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Gigantic List of Awesome Assistant Websites

Updated: Jun 30, 2021

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I created my website for many reasons, one being that I had a hard time finding many websites geared towards assistants that share best practices and resources.

I’m sure most of you know about the larger websites, but since I published my website I have come across several not so obvious ones run by others in our field. There is such much that we can learn from each other, so finding others that have put their knowledge out there is always exciting!

Here are the hidden gems as well as larger websites geared towards assistants that I have found:

This is a great website geared towards assistants in New Zealand. Check out the Resources tab for articles and previous newsletters. There are even job postings as well as an events calendar.

The blog posts are great and I like that a lot of them share the author's personal experiences and what she learned from those.

There are lots of great articles, a school finder, job listings and more.

This is mainly a training company but they have a few great blog posts and free downloads.

This Flipboard site has loads of wonderful articles from great authors.

This site requires a membership to access their information.

This is an awesome Facebook group lead by a talented friend of mine that I recommend checking out if you are an administrative professional in Austin, TX. It's a group that is growing fast that is expanding from a once a year event to more networking options. Their Facebook page also posts links to informative articles.

​This website has an extensive blog that packs in almost 20 years of knowledge!

This is a membership site that also includes a forum and templates.

This is an association that requires a paid membership however they do have great articles under their Free Info tab.

The Association for Healthcare Administrative Professionals is a membership site, but there’s a great list of resources and other information geared towards admins in the healthcare arena that can be accessed without a membership.

This website packs in great templates, e-books, webinars and more as well as links to her other related websites.

This speaker has a wonderful blog; all articles are relevant to those in the assistant field.

This is a membership site but there’s a wonderful blog that can be accessed for free.

This website is jam-packed with tons of great articles! They also have an extensive list of job openings (the last time I checked there were 1200 listings all over the US and Canada).

I am a fan of the blog on this site.

This is a wonderful new blog with great tips for assistants. It's in Spanish so if that's not a language you are fluent in, simply open the site in Chrome you can use the Google Translate feature to switch it to English.

This website pulls together articles from various sources on a variety of subjects, but you can narrow them down to ones geared towards assistants.

This is a lifestyle website geared towards assistants.

This is one of the first blogs I found right away when I sought out articles and she keeps a great running list of online resources, conferences and more.

This is a wonderful new website that is geared towards helping those in our field to become a superstar assistant.

The founder has a great blog as well as a fantastic podcast and often includes guests that are large proponents of the assistant field.

This is a nice blog with tips from a Silicon Valley EA.

This website has a wonderful blog that those in a VA role would enjoy.

She is the guru for top assistants! I’m a huge fan of not only her blog and podcasts but of her Be The Ultimate Assistant conference.

This website has a great blog and list of resources (check out the Freebies tab) that those in a VA role would enjoy.

This is a membership site for career EAs, however they do have links to free articles.

​This website has great insights from an experienced A/E/C administrator on how to grow professionally and personally in an admin role.

This is a wonderful blog by one of my friends that is a fantastic EA. Her articles are under the Musings & Discoveries tab and she also lists great resources under the Recommended Sites & Resources tab.

What I like about this website is not only the blog and recommended resources but the ability to read articles from back issues of AdminAdvantage and PA Enterprise magazines.

The blogger was the winner of PA of the Year at the Executive PA Magazine in 2013.

This VA has some great blog posts.

This is a membership site. For those who are seeking free information, they do have a great list of PA networks to check out.

I’m a big fan of this blog. The founder knows the importance of knowledge sharing and her lovely personality shines through in each article.

There are not only great articles but wonderful resources to help assistants stay up to date with tech, travel tips and much more. I also love the “Real Careers” section, which details interviews with administrative professionals from around the world.

This website has loads of fabulous articles, a large compilation of associations geared towards assistants and much more.

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The creator of this website posts fabulous articles for both the assistant and person they support.

This site has a great blog as well as recommended resources for administrative professionals.

Although this site seems to be down at the moment, I’m including it just in case it becomes live again. The author has great articles and videos, so fingers crossed it’s not gone for good!

This is a membership group for VAs but they have a great blog posts that can be accessed for free.

This is a great blog with helpful tips. The author does a great job of injecting humor and I always smile whenever I read her posts.

This website shares one EA’s journey in her current role as well as wonderful tips.

This admin guru has stellar tips in her blog.

​This is a great website dedicated to helping administrative professionals form and build relationships that support career success. I'm a huge fan of these information-packed articles!

This blogger uses Facebook to publish her posts; check out the Notes tab to find them.

This blog provides a candid view into one EA’s journey supporting high-level executives. It’s been around since 2009 and is packed with great posts.

This website has a great blog that those in a VA role would enjoy. I did a blog swap with the founder and she is absolutely brilliant and full of fabulous tips!

​The founder is a powerful champion of the PA profession and the blog on her website has insightful articles and tips geared towards assistants. She also is a guru in the arenas of social media and personal branding.

This website has a great blog that those in a VA role would enjoy.

This website has a blog that those in a VA role with a focus on the Real Estate industry would enjoy.

This company has been around for several decades. They not only have a super active blog but they offer lots of awesome free webinars to subscribers.

This website not only offers all sorts of valuable tips but they have numerous events all over the US.

There are lots of great articles geared towards administrative professionals in this website’s blog.

This is a large networking group for office professionals in South Africa. They post helpful articles (scroll down to the bottom of the page to access the Articles button).

This website has lots of articles as well as a list of upcoming courses, events (they seem to all be in the UK), links to recommended services and more.

This company has events in the UK. Check out their News tab for wonderful articles.

This website is mainly for their events and awards but they do post articles.

This is a magazine geared towards PAs. Their website is a great resource for venue research, job postings as well as free articles.

This website has a great blog that those in a VA role would enjoy.

This website has a newsletter and digizine for subscribers as well as events.

You have to sign up to access this site but it’s free. This website mainly provides several lists of resources. What I appreciate the most is that each resource has been recommended by an assistant and includes the reason for their recommendation.

This is a membership site for networking events in New Zealand. They post helpful free articles and have a job portal that appears to be in the works.

Peggy has worked in a variety of administrative roles. Her blog posts pack in lots of valuable insights.

There's a fee to access the entire site but you can sign up for a free subscription to get their monthly newsletter sent to your inbox.

This is a wonderful influencer who runs several trainings for top EAs around the world. I really love how his blog is raw and relatable.

This is a new membership website aimed at providing extensive resources all in one place. Although it looks like the Resources tab is not up and running yet, it’s one I will be keeping an eye on.

This website is jam-packed with countless articles. The founder also puts on great events, with a brand new virtual summit in the works.

This site has a great blog. They also offer a training program to further your career.

This VA’s blog has great advice for assistants across the board.

This website has a great blog that those in a VA role would enjoy.

This site is a great resource for job postings and articles.

​This VA website has a great blog, forum, useful information under the More Info tab as well as a list of events in the UK.

This website has a great blog that those in a VA role would enjoy.

The founder of this website created a wonderful Slack channel for admins to connect in real-time. I also love the extensive events calendar, which contains events all over the world from a wide variety of organizations.

This website has great articles and it appears there are courses (or possibly links to courses) in the works.

This is great website for admins in the London area and beyond. It has a great blog, Facebook group and is focused on knowledge sharing amongst our peers.

This website has a great blog as well as handy free resources that those in a VA role would enjoy.

This is a great blog for those in the VA arena. The site also offers courses and conferences.

This is an active forum for those in a VA role.

This website has a great blog that those in a VA role would enjoy.

This website is packed with advice, recommendations for great tools and well as VA job leads and more.

This website has a tab dedicated to articles for assistants (which the link provided directs you to).

She has a stellar blog as well as a nice running list of PA networking groups.

This blog has awesome articles from a brilliant EA in Australia.

When searching for great websites for assistants, I have also noticed that companies that work a great deal with assistants have blog posts that provide great tips. This list is on the shorter side due to the fact that I want the focus of this article to be on sites that have their main focus on assistants and administrative professionals. However, here are some great ones I have found so you can see a few examples:

This company developed a time management tool for executives and their blog has several articles assistants can gain a lot of value from.

This venue booking company has a blog with specific pieces targeted towards their #ProudPA theme. The advice in those articles ranges from public speaking to workplace bullying and more.

This website helps with venue bookings and has a great blog. Some articles are about how to take meeting minutes, what makes a great PA, event management tips and more.

This staffing company has numerous articles geared towards administrative assistants as well as general helpful career advice.

This company has events for several industries and has great articles in their blog geared towards executive support.

This placement firm has loads of articles geared towards admins in their blog.

This travel booking website has great travel-related articles geared towards admins.

I hope this list helps you find valuable tips and resources from those in our field as well as from those who are advocates of support professionals. Besides direct websites, be sure to browse LinkedIn groups, Facebook groups, and other social media channels to find your favorite sources of information.

If you have a favorite website that's not listed, please comment below or reach out to me through my contact page.

I also recommend checking out my most up-to-date compilation of websites geared towards assistants.

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