We have a team of experienced assistants who have skills ranging from data-entry and bookkeeping to writing and marketing so we are able to pair up our clients with a perfect assistant for their business.
Trusty Oak has proven time and time again to be a professional, reliable and responsive virtual assistant service for our small business. We desperately needed help with invoicing, translating documents from English to Spanish, scheduling and social media posts but did not want to hire multiple resources to perform those duties. Trusty Oak was the perfect solution to our problem.
Amber is fantastic. Not only does she get the job done every single time, but she proactively goes above and beyond to ensure she saves me as much time as possible. I highly recommend Trusty Oak.
I have worked with Amber on several website projects and her work is top notch. I am amazed by her attention to detail and her ability to drive a schedule. If you want something done well, and fast, Trusty Oak is what you are looking for!
It took a while to open to the idea of a PA – as a new business owner, I thought I could do everything. Well, I was wrong! Letting go of the things I don’t know how to do, or don’t do well at all and handing them to Trusty Oak helped me immensely. They take care of my website and social media and much more, and leave me time as the business owner to do the stuff I’m good at.
Now I know TopMac and Trusty Oak have to go together.
Working with Trusty Oak has been an absolute pleasure. After several failed attempts with other VA firms, I have finally found a responsive, trustworthy, dependable assistant. Elisabeth is resourceful and creative, adding much more value than the bare bones inbox and calendar management I was looking for. If you’re looking for a fractional assistant you can trust from day one, I highly recommend you work with Trusty Oak.
Once, I had a client that apparently couldn’t find my business’s website. She told me, “I tried to look for your website, but I couldn’t find it on Google. I could only find some big corporation with a similar name.”
That “big corporation” was my company of two, thirdbreath.
One of the first things we do when we decide to start a new business is name the baby. Not only is it a big decision, it’s typically a permanent one so you want to feel great about the name you land on. Naming your startup can be challenging, so we’re sharing the story of how Trusty Oak got its name and providing you with some guidelines to ensure you choose a business name that serves you well for years to come.
One of the earliest examples of content marketing was Benjamin Franklin’s “Poor Richard’s Almanack.” It was a yearly publication Franklin used to promote his printing business and printed more than 10,000 copies a year (a pretty significant feat considering this was colonial America).