Delegate, Focus, and GROW Your Business

Don’t Wait for the New Year to Start Delegating

Are you an entrepreneur? Congratulations!! Busy is your middle name.

As rewarding as your business can be, it can also get overwhelming! You have to juggle the phones, scheduling, billing, find new clients…the list goes on.

Have you thought of getting a Virtual Assistant (VA)? There are services out there to help you grow your business, reap the rewards and make you change your middle name from Busy to Bahamas. You shouldn’t wait until the new year to start delegating!

What Does a VA Do?

The list is actually pretty extensive.  Take a peek at some of the tasks a VA could do for you.

  • Social Media: Develop a customized plan, with content, blogging and posts to keep you in the spotlight. It can be challenging to keep social media up to date when time is of the essence.
  • Website Development and Design: Design and develop a website, including graphic design and shopping cart for online purchases. You need the content fresh, relevant and accurate.
  • Marketing: Implement a personalized campaign, including consultation. That’s not all though. A VA can generate leads. YES!! Generate leads!! It’s so important to know your brand is seen over your competition.
  • Administration: Answer phones remotely, schedule appointments, data entry, sending emails. This makes it so your calendar is up to date and synced, so you don’t miss any important correspondence.
  • Special Projects: Manage your business start-up, rebrand your business or launch a new product. Especially if your short on time, this could be the way to expand your business when you’re ready.
  • Back Office Support: Process orders, follow up, delivery confirmations. All of the things that eat up your time that could easily be taken care of by a VA.
  • Customer Support: IM coverage, help desk and communication with your clients. Whether your clients reach you by chat, phones or email, you will be assured that they are being taken care professionally.

If it’s just you, or if you have a hole you haven’t yet filled in your staff, it can get very stressful. That’s why Virtual Assistants are the way to go. A VA is not a permanent employee; you’re free to move on when the service is no longer needed.

It’s convenient and more importantly, professional, helping you look polished to your clients. It’s a great way to get a product or service off the ground and may save you some sleepless nights.

Don’t know where to start? Get more information HERE

photo credit: Oneras

Posted on November 24th, 2016 by Rachel Braam, Office Manager

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