Today’s business trends are blogging, social media networking, and yes; virtual support. Many small businesses see the benefits of using a virtual assistant to complete their tasks. As a matter of fact, business owners see that while they are very busy managing, marketing, and promoting; it is beneficial to have someone to handled their administrative tasks. Virtual assistants can help entrepreneurs manage tasks and complete their tasks. Virtual assistants work extra hard to impress and display their skills because they know some entrepreneurs are apprehensive about outsourcing than hiring staff. Their perception of a virtual assistant is low quality work, unavailable when needed, or just prefer a staff. But, others see the benefits like wages, whether to hire someone as W-2 or 1099 employee, not paying taxes, and less paperwork to deal with like reporting wages, filing employee forms, paying quarterly taxes, etc. The lists of disadvantages can go on and on. Upon an entrepreneur selecting the right Virtual assistant, he/she should consider the work tasks they need help with, location preference, the specification of availability, and most importantly – qualifications. There are Virtual Assistants available with credentials and qualifications. Entrepreneurs, try it out and see!