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What Is Your Least Favorite Business Task?

They always say small business owners wear many hats and it happens to be true. While larger businesses may have multiple departments to handle accounting, human resources, sales and finances, a small business only has one department head – themselves. If you are one of these business owners, there is no doubt that some of these tasks are not fun for you. Whether you dread your weekly bookkeeping chores or responding to the endless stream of emails, almost every business owner has a task that they would rather not do. Instead of procrastinating, why not delegate these tasks to a Virtual Assistant?

10 Annoying Tasks to Delegate to a Virtual Assistant

The fact is, if you hate to do a task, you probably are not the best person to do it. While you may not be able to afford to hire a full-time bookkeeper or a marketing expert, you can still get help doing some of the tasks that irritate you. Here are 10 tasks that our Virtual Assistants can take over, giving you more time to focus on running the other aspects of your business.

  1. Data entry. Stop wasting your time inputting information when you could be using your expertise to grow your business.
  2. Social media posts/management. Let a VA keep your social media pages up to date.
  3. Customer call backs. Enhance your level of customer service with the help of a VA for customer support.
  4. Email management. Save time every day by untethering yourself from your inbox.
  5. Drafting reports. Have your VA create professional reports for your next sales presentation.
  6. Digital marketing analytics. Stay on top of your digital marketing with the help of your VA.
  7. Bookkeeping. Let your VA take over inputting your data to keep your bookkeeping current.
  8. Blog management. Your VA can help manage your blog for the best results.
  9. Manage email campaigns. Our VAs are experts in Aweber, Infusionsoft, Mailchimp and many other types of email marketing software.
  10. Update website content. Don’t let your website become outdated – use our website design and development options.

Of course, this is just a small list of what a Virtual Assistant can do for you and your business. Almost anything an onsite administrative assistant could do such as make travel arrangements, manage your schedule or help with hiring, our team can take care of for you as well. Give us your least favorite business task and get back to doing what you do best – running your business!

photo credit: Sunshine Lady !

Posted on October 13th, 2015 by Rachel Braam, Office Manager

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