Business,  Good habits

I’m Giving You $100 to Try My Favorite Personal Assistant

Running a business by myself is hard. A few months ago I realized I needed an assistant. I hired an on-site assistant, but I didn’t have enough work to keep him busy. So, naturally, I decided a virtual assistant would be better. I had no idea where to get one, though.

Amazingly enough, I got an email from the creator of Fin around the same time. Fin is a virtual assistant that you can text or email tasks to, and the task gets done super quickly. I was skeptical, but I gave it a try.

My first task for Fin was to add a long list of subscribers to my Constant Contact list. I know, I know. I need to get this automated, but I haven’t yet. Anyway, since I hate it so much, I passed the task off to Fin. All I did was email Fin what I needed done and *boom* done. I have to say, I was super impressed.

I’ve been using Fin for several months now and haven’t found a single glitch to complain about, except that it is hard to keep track of how much tasks cost. Be sure to check your billing page to keep up with things.

Here’s some of my tasks that have been completed:

fin personal assistant

Curious and want to give Fin a try? Sign up using this link and you’ll get a $100 in credit to use. There’s no catch. You can use the credit and never use the system again, if you like, because you don’t need to sign up for a subscription or anything. If you use my link, I get a credit on my account, too, so we all win.

Have you tried Fin? Let me know what you think!

I've been a DIY, lifestyle, tech and health writer for two decades. Dang, that makes me sound old...Anywhoo, feel free to follow me on Twitter. I'm @alinabradford. Real original handle, huh?

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