20 Things Your Virtual Assistant Can Do For You

17457270_sThe time has come. Your business is expanding and it has become a struggle to balance the managerial commitments and mundane tasks. While hiring an in-office assistant seems like the next logical step to fulfilling your business needs, consider venturing into the virtual realm. Your virtual assistant has the capacity to handle many of the tasks that are slipping through the cracks, and at a discounted price when compared with an in-office worker. While weighing your options, consider the following list of assignments that a virtual assistant can handle for you:

  • Social Networking for your business
  • Blog and Website Maintenance
  • Customer Inquiry management, both through the phone and e-mail
  • Database management
  • Calendar/Appointment management and meeting set-up
  • Basic Accounting
  • Online Bill Pay set up
  • Invoicing Clients
  • Projec Management
  • Reordering Supplies
  • Market Research
  • Travel Planning
  • Website Management
  • Recruiting
  • Data Entry
  • Newsletter campaign set-up and execution
  • Grant Writing
  • Searching for New Leads/Clients
  • Virtual Reception
  • PR and brand management

This list is extensive and varied. It demonstrates just how much you can get done with a virtual assistant. The virtual assistant has no doubt set up their home office in a professional manner. This allows for work to be done in a relaxed atmosphere that is a catalyst for him or her putting out their best work. You can now focus on face time with current and potential customers/clients for your business. Make sure you maintain a clear channel of communication with your virtual worker and you will wonder how you ever got along without them. Feel free to Contact us if you need help in locating a trust worthy Virtual Assistant.

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  1. Hi, What does it cost to hire a virtual assistant? Do I pay by the hour? How much? I’ve been advised to hire a VA from a 3rd world country (like the Phillipines) for about $2 an hour, but that doesn’t sound like a good idea to me. What does it cost to hire someone in the US?

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