Virtual Assistance

Need Virtual Assistance?

Most of us can use some virtual assistance. Let’s face it, busy people just don’t have enough time in the day to get everything done. That’s a very common theme among productive people around the world, from the endless work of the small start-up, with too few resources – to the busy executive trying to manage his or her packed schedule.

3 Signs You Might Need Virtual Assistance

  1. You’re blogs take forever because you’re still doing your own research.

It’s PROVEN that businesses that blog get more traffic sales than those that don’t. It brings a personal engagement with the reader. Imagine actually having all the information you need before you blog, because the research has already been done by your virtual assistant.

  1. You’re out looking for new business instead of working your leads.

So instead of making the call, or email to your prospects, you’re out there trying to find people to contact. You’re looking tirelessly on websites, you’re looking up business directories, and you might even be so stuck in the past you’re looking through yellow pages. If you’re doing that, you definitely need some virtual assistance to help you collect that valuable information and put it into your customer relationship management (CRM) tool (or spreadsheet if you’re still in 1990’s).

  1. You are your own secretary.

Seriously? How much is your time worth, how much would you pay a secretary? Well, it’s pretty difficult to hire a secretary, you’d need to have office space, and you’d have overhead costs like phones, chairs, desk, not to mention a mandatory 7.5% social security payment, state unemployment insurance – who knows what type of regulations the government will think of next to make it nearly impossible to grow your business. Shoot we have companies like Buffer going completely office-less, 100% remote companies will continue to grow as the costs of doing business grow. With virtual assistance for your secretarial / administrative work you’re ahead of the game, most things can be broken down into instructions, calendars and email can be remotely managed, and with most every business software being cloud based – you’re all out of excuses for being your own virtual secretary.

Since August of 2015 I’ve expanded our team from an administrative skill set, this is empowering not only our own business – but our clients by providing voice services, and stronger customer relationship management (CRM). Our goal is to provide you with affordable and scalable virtual assistance for your ventures.

Ready for some virtual assistance?

 

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Jeff J Hunter
Jeff J Hunter
CEO & Social Entrepreneur at VA Staffer
Digital Marketing Strategist with background in Information Technology, Project Management, and Business Process Outsourcing. An expert in content marketing, search engine optimization (SEO), and dependent on Virtual Assistants to survive.