Going out for lunch with someone who’s extremely busy can be a pain in the . . . yes, you know which body part I’m talking about. In my experience, they’re almost always late. But in my friend’s defense, she does have a pretty hectic schedule as she oversees all aspects of her business.
My recommendation: Get a Virtual Assistant (VA).
And it only makes sense. As your entrepreneurial endeavors take off, it will (naturally) become more difficult to effectively manage your business while ensuring you still have a personal life.
Here are 10 things a highly competent VA can do for you:
Manage your calendar and schedule appointments,
Gather information and provide reports,
Produce presentations and simple graphics,
Generate leads for your business and make sales calls,
Manage/Administer sales process,
Arrange your travel,
Make and receive calls when you can’t,
Follow up on your behalf,
Format letters and business documents,
Even provide customer and technical support to keep your clients happy!
If you have a website, you can even hire a VA who has extensive SEO knowledge to create and implement SEO strategies to drive more traffic into your site.
With the company I work with, $1300 (all inclusive, with no hidden fees) gets you a full-time, highly competent, English-speaking Virtual Assistant, who can help you take your business to the next level.
If you have any questions, feel free to send me an email or private message. I'm here to help.
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