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A Virtual Assistant? Now What

You’ve made the decision. You’ve made the commitment. And now you have a Virtual Assistant. What next?

If you’re like most of our customers, you have a mile long ‘To Do’ list. And if you’re like most people, at least half of the items on that list are things you keep putting off because they’re not your favorite things to do.  So now it comes down to deciding what you feel comfortable delegating to your brand new Virtual Assistant.

Virtual Assistants can do so many things to help you cut down on that ever growing To Do list. We can do your scheduling, your emailing, your customer service, manage your blog…   You name it. For today, though, let’s just talk about passing off your scheduling.

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Stumble Upon, I don’t get it – how does it work?

We have clients all the time that hear from others how they should be doing something else (besides the many things they are already doing) or who see someone else doing something that seems to be generating some success for them… but they don’t understand what to do or why. We get questions similar to this one:

“Stumble Upon: I don’t get it! How does it work?”

Well, let me take the time to answer that for you:

“How do you want it to work?”

Seriously, there are a dozen ways to use Stumble Upon and similar sites. It all depends on what you want to get out of it and how much time you have to devote to it.

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To delegate or to partner with? Decisions Decisions.

What a title eh? Let’s talk about Virtual Assistants for a second and what they can be.

  • A virtual assistant can be someone who follows instructions for specific tasks.
  • A virtual assistant can be someone who takes a goal or objective by the horns and runs with it to do anything needed to get the job done.
  • A virtual assistant can be your partner and collaborate with you on short and long term goals and objectives.
  • A virtual assistant can be a project manager, online business manager or staff manager and be the buffer between you and other employees – so that you have one person reporting to you, not dozens.
  • A virtual assistant can manage or operate a specific department – similar to ‘outsourcing’ (i.e. your human resources department or sales department).
  • A virtual assistant can work under your internal staff to handle excess work to be off-loaded as needed.
  • A virtual assistant… can pretty much operate in any way you want, but what is important is that you understand what the best option for you is.

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