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Save On Training Costs With A Virtual Assistant

Training is a large expense for businesses, whether it is training new personnel or increasing skills within existing staff. Not only does it cost money for training hours, it can also pull staff away from their regular duties, putting strain on productivity. While training is a necessary part of business, there are times when outsourcing certain tasks and projects can be more cost efficient than doing internal training.

Hiring A Trained Virtual Assistant

One of the many benefits of using a virtual assistant is that these professionals are already trained and experienced in many of the more advanced skills you need to run your business. While your existing staff may have many attributes that make them valuable, they may not be knowledgeable in different types of software, online applications and marketing that are needed in today’s ever-changing business environment. Some of the tasks that many of our virtual assistants help our clients with include:

  • Social media marketing. Your VA can assist with all your social media marketing such as Twitter, FB, LinkedIn, Pinterest and any other medium.
  • E-commerce set up. Our virtual assistants can help you with your shopping cart set-up and management.
  • Learning new technology. Such as Infusionsoft, JigsawBox, Aweber and many others.
  • Telesummit planning and set up. We offer Telesummit jumpstart packages as well as ongoing assistance for your Telesummit applications.
  • Website SEO, content and design. No need to hire or train internally to manage your website. Our staff can help you with all aspects of your website, from SEO to management and implementation of design and new content.

The benefit of hiring one of our talented virtual assistants is they are already trained and know the newest technology that can help your business grow. Keeping up with this technology takes continuous training, however it is not training that you must provide as we ensure that you are matched with an assistant that is already trained in the skills you need for your business.

Whether you need help with a one-time project or ongoing technical assistance, using a virtual assistant that has the skills you require can save both time and money for your company. Not only does it save on training costs, you also do not need to assume the tax responsibility of another employee or benefits that may be required. It can be a great way to get the skills you need to improve your business and revenue base, fast and efficiently.

photo credit: OTA Photos

Posted on January 6th, 2014 by Rachel Braam, Office Manager

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