No matter whom you are or what you do, you cannot be all things to all people, particularly with regard to your online presence. That’s where outsourcing comes into play. In true cause and effect style, the quality of your online content will impact…
I’m often chatting with potential clients who are looking for a VA for the first time. There are things they don’t ask (that they really need to know) or they ask me what else they need to know. So, here’s a few of the top questions you NEED to ask a Virtual Assistant before contracting with them.
Working with a Virtual Assistant can be a fantastic addition to your company or your home. However, as with anything, there are positive and negative experiences. To help you have a positive experience, here are our top 5 tips for working with a VA: Have you worked with a Virtual Assistant before? What was one
When you take a few moments and consider what the actual cost of having an employee, you will see that having a VA is the way to go (see chart below). You only pay for the time on your projects, not chatting with co-workers, bathroom breaks, or personal emails. You don’t have to worry about
When looking for a Virtual Assistant, look for one who is actually in business. Those who work on the side show a lack of business commitment that can present conflicts and trouble for you in the form of longer turn-around times, poor communication, conflicting commitments, interruptions, and even periods of unavailability. Consider these questions: How
A Virtual Assistant can do nearly anything you need. The Internet, faxing, telephones, instant messaging, and email makes it extremely simple to stay in contact and pass your duties to a VA. Every VA offers varying services, so it’s important to check with them on what they can and will do for you. Also, listen
Virtual Assistants (VAs) are becoming the wave of the future for businesses, whether they are small startup companies or large corporations. VAs are even becoming more popular for individuals planning weddings, parties or need help with their personal finances. A VA is someone who provides office support from an off-site location. Each VA has different