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Technology Gives Authors One More Option When Book Marketing Online

Contact: Stephanie Fish
Phone: 330-754-0542

Opportunities are all around us, thanks to today's technology. When an author looks outside their four walls for marketing solutions, they welcome a new breed, Virtual Assistants, who assist with all of their online book marketing needs.

New Philadelphia, Ohio (July 2010) Virtually assisting business owners is not a new concept, however, the internet has opened a new way virtual assistants are conducting business, by providing services for authors who need help with marketing their newly published book.

Authors are using the internet to reach a broader spectrum of readers by means of outsourcing to virtual publicity assistants. By contracting with a virtual publicity assistant, an author is able to spend their time networking and working on their next book, while the virtual publicity assistant handles all of their online marketing and networking needs.

One such virtual publicity assistant, Stephanie Fish owner of Buckeye V.A., who has been helping authors since 2005, can take your newest published or self published book and help conduct online book tours while researching possible podcast interviews. Another popular online marketing task that is outsourced is that of publishing articles and press releases to the correct media outlets, insuring that your target audience is sure to view your information.

Fish has been providing services to well-known authors such as Diana Ennen and Jill Hart, who have recently published their new book written specifically to Christian Work At Home Moms. Ennen, contacted Fish, to virtually assist her with their social media marketing needs.

When searching for your publicity virtual assistant, Fish recommends the following:
Use search engine terms such as: “virtual authors assistant”, “virtual publicity assistant”
Ask another author if they use a virtual assistant and see what they recommends
Once you find a virtual assistant, read their testimonial page to see who they've assisted and what type of work they have performed.

Virtual publicity assistants are able to take your online marketing goals and help your business be seen by your target audience. After all, it’s the authors responsibility to let their clients know that they are here, ready to serve their needs. To learn more about the online book marketing services that Stephanie Fish offers, please contact her at


Stephanie Fish, owner of Buckeye. V.A. Helps authors with their online book marketing tasks. Taking small steps daily leads to great exposure tomorrow. Visit Buckeye V.A. Online today for more information on how to outsource to Fish.

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