Here is a quick list of things a VA can do to help your business:
Bookkeeping: Pay Bills, Invoice Clients, Collect Receivables, Track Expenses, Bank Reconciliation
Database Management: Set up a Client database, Assemble and sort all of those business cards into a database, Converts data to switch databases
Marketing; Marketing plan and calendar set-up, Newsletter, brochures and email campaigns design, Business Promotion, articles, news releases, interviews, Customer Satisfaction, surveys, reviews and monitoring
Social Media: Facebook Ads, Google Adwords, Instagram Stories, Twitter, Linked In, Blogs, Website optimization, SEO, Branding, emails gathering, chatbots
Human Resources: Places ads, monitor response, Sets appointment, Provides New Hire Paperwork, onboarding
Research: Finding new products, vetting, trends, how to’s, general information
Project Management: Coordinate subcontractors, suppliers, employees, and sites, Research, Order, monitor shipments, arrange delivery of products, Data Presentations, Classes, Webinars
Live Events: Site, Platform, Guest Arrangements, Hotels, Food, Vendors, Marketing, Registrations, Communication, Tickets, Monitor, Q&A, Tech support
Administrative: Emails management, Calendar, Appointment Setting, Social tasks(thanks yous, holiday cards), Travel research
But why a VA?
A VA allows the business owner to scale up their business without the added expense and risk of a employee.
The VA is only paid for the services needed, there is not the added expense of employee taxes, paid time off or sick leave.
A VA is already trained and able to work with you and adapt to your systems.
A VA will free up your time so that you can go back to focusing on what is important to you.
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