VAUsing a virtual assistant (VA) can save hours from your work week, but knowing which tasks to delegate can be difficult. It doesn’t matter if you’re just starting out or continue to grow your business. Most virtual assistants are contract workers and even freelancers, who do their jobs from home. They tend focus on tasks that are similar to those of an executive and marketing assistant, and then some…

So, what could a VA have done for you and your business this year? Maybe some social media marketing, email marketing, blogging/SEO, customer service, and maintaining content management systems…

Email marketing is the modern form of a letter. Having someone who knows what types of images and videos to add in can really make all the difference in your open/click rate!

Need a writer, blogger, and SEO specialist to express news about your services and products? Blogs are the second highest noticed social media posts on the web. Getting the word out is important, especially when you have someone who can summarize it with bullet points, numbers and sub headings to get your audience to actual read.

Do you have a large amount of phone calls and emails piled up that need answering? Customer service assistance is the best way to go!

As for social media marketing, so many platform accounts can be created such as on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, etc. This can lead to more networking, which can mean more collaborations and even expansions, if you have someone with industry knowledge of posting types and times.

So now, that you see the many positives that a VA could have done for you this year will you hire one in 2019? Do you need a writer, marketer, or admin? If so, then please feel free to contact us by clicking right HERE. We have great virtual assistants that can make your work load light! In the meantime, please feel free to like us on FACEBOOK, then go and follow us on TWITTER.