Ever wondered what a Virtual Assistant (VA) does? We’ve listed ways a VA can help with your business so that you can free up your time to grow your business.
A VA can set up & manage your social media. Twitter is an amazing tool for business and having a Facebook page has become near essential, a virtual assistant can help you manage your social media presence.
A VA can take care of your invoicing. All you need to do is keep your diary up-to-date & then share those diary entries with your VA, who can use the information to create all your invoices for you and post or email them to your clients. That would surely save you a great deal of time.
A VA can chase invoice payments & send out other reminders, gather the information and monitor the responses then pass the important information back to you.
A VA can create properly set up word templates for your invoices & letter heads. Templates that automatically update time, dates and totals cutting down the time spent on those repetitive monthly tasks.
A VA can research potential clients, run those Google searches and collate the useful information.
A VA can transcribe podcasts, or anything audio/video for that matter.
A VA can do letter preparation & mailing outs through a service like Snailmailr.com
A VA can help you to organize your ideas and thoughts into task lists using Evernote.com
A VA can send out newsletters using online tools like constantcontact.com or mailchimp.com
A VA can turn business cards into outlook entries. Networking is critical in most businesses. Putting information from business cards into your Outlook address book helps you stay organised . Who really has the time to do this? We can collect those business cards and email you online business cards that can be easily uploaded into your Outlook.
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