Listen To My Latest Podcast Episode:
4 Ways to Use Story to Connect in your Marketing with Lindsay Rogers - Ep #76
Listen To My Latest Podcast Episode: 4 Ways to Use Story to Connect in your Marketing with Lindsay Rogers - Ep #76
Thinking about leveraging a virtual assistant to help you with the pitching process, but unsure what (or how) to delegate without having to redo the work yourself? It is possible to entrust this process to a VA or member of your team without a big PR budget or relying on generic templates that will go straight to the trash bin.
In part 2 of this two episode series (see episode 73 for part 1 filled with tangible strategies) you’ll learn from Emily Reagan, a self-proclaimed jill-of-all trades when it comes to digital marketing and techie skills (and gal behind many of my virtual stages booked in 2020).
Emily shares 7 ways to involve a VA and personalize the pitching process to get more YESes with less overwhelm. Learn how to delegate the actual writing of a pitch, the admin work of the process you might not even be aware of (but could suck up your precious time), and how to finally get yourself organized on the back end of pitching and which tasks you should keep as your own. Plus there’s a free google sheet template to help you track all your progress, just for our listeners.
About my guest, Emily Regan
Emily Reagan is a self-proclaimed jill-of-all trades when it comes to digital marketing and techie skills. She’s worked as a behind-the-scenes digital media implementer and virtual assistant for a decade for online biz owner clients. She’s a mom of four, Air Force wife, and founder of the Digital Media VA Crash Course, where she teaches women the digital marketing skills to get hired online as a unicorn virtual assistant.
Grab Emily’s Podcast pitching & tracking tool for VAs HERE here
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