Services & Packages


I offer a number of marketing, and administrative services to suit your individual requirements. Working with a Virtual Assistant has many benefits, as I work on a self-employed basis, saving you money (as you only pay for the hours of work you require, plus there are no employment costs such as PAYE, NI, holiday or sickness).


I offer regular marketing and administrative support (see below for more details).  


If there is a service that you would like, that is not mentioned below, please contact me to discuss.

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Marketing support services

We all know how important it is to keep the content of our website up-to-date and to communicate regularly with our followers.  But, finding the time to do this is an issue I hear from clients all the time.  I provide a range of marketing support services to help you reach your audience on a regular basis and keep your content fresh.  Packages I offer include a combination of blog writing (along with sourcing royalty-free images or from paid platforms if you prefer) and social media management.  I worked with the Social Media Manager at Psychologies magazine for just over a year scheduling all the content for the magazine across their social media channels, so have experience of doing this on a daily basis:


Marketing package 1 - £550 per month

  • 1 x blog or article per month
  • 1 x email newsletter per month
  • 1 social media post per week
  • 1-2 social media platforms


Marketing package 2 – £1250 per month

  • 3 social media posts per week
  • 2 social media platforms
  • 2 email newsletters per month
  • 2 blogs or articles per month


Social media support - from £1500 per month

  • Creating social media graphics to go with your captions
  • Scheduling social media posts
  • Monitoring comments on social media accounts
  • Replying to comments on client’s behalf
  • Monitoring social media inboxes
  • Replying to messages received via social media
  • Maintaining social media accounts
  • Blocking trolls


If you have a particular marketing task you need support with, that isn't listed above, do get in touch and we can discuss a bespoke package.  


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Editorial services

Over the past 6 years I have worked with a number of top national magazines.  I began my work for magazines as Psychologies magazine’s Food & Living Editor, and Features Writer.  I also supported former Editor, Suzy Walker across various aspects of the publication.  Suzy was a freelance Editor so required support managing her business providing editorial content for the magazine.  Her work included interviewing high profile names including as Ruby Wax, Brené Brown, Katie Piper and 'The Iceman' Wim Hof and I supported her with finding guests to interview, and liaising with them on timings and logistics.

I also currently work with Editor of Top Santé and Platinum magazines, Katy Sunnassee (I also worked with Katy when she was acting-editor of Women's Fitness magazine).  Again, Katy is a freelance Editor and I support her with various aspects of her business, including some features writing and collation of top picks shopping pages featuring new product launches in the health and wellbeing sector.

I offer an Editorial Services package for Editors or clients that require these bespoke services.  But, if you require some but not all of the below, please do contact me and we can discuss a more tailored package:

Editorial Services package - £1500 per month

  • Research for articles
  • Sourcing prizes from PRs for competitions/letters pages
  • Collating and compiling top picks and shopping pages
  • Sourcing recipe books for features and editing recipe content
  • Sending contributors/PRs a PDF of their features
  • Sourcing images from contributors or from stock image platforms
  • Managing contracts & invoices from contributors
  • Liaising with PR agencies for content on specific themes
  • Sending out media requests for features
  • Researching celebs to be featured and liaising with freelance journalists and agents
  • Researching other experts to contribute to magazine features

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