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8 Tasks your Virtual Assistants (VAs) can do!

Imagine you are the founder and the core of your business. As such, you will most likely drown in so many tasks that you’ll either burn out by trying to do everything or you won’t be doing anything well at all.

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You don’t have to do everything yourself! Better yet: You SHOULD NOT be doing everything yourself.

There are some tasks that you may not like doing because you might not know exactly how to do them; or they might be too time consuming or repetitive and boring.

Simply put, as the founder of your business, your time is valuable and limited.

You have to choose what to tasks are most important so you can focus on them.

What about the other tasks? Delegate. Hire a Virtual Assistant.

8 Tasks your VA can do!

  • Data Entry
    This task is probably the most repetitive and boring one. But important data that needs to be transferred to a spreadsheet or database is required by any company. A VA can help you and finish this in no time!
  • Social Media Management
    Using social media is an effective way to reach more customers, build your audience, and market your product. However, maintaining your social media accounts is time consuming because you can easily get distracted or it may end up being very repetitive and boring to a point where you don’t want to do it anymore. Hiring a VA with social media marketing skills would take this task off of your plate. They can spend an hour or two a day managing and keeping your social media accounts up to date.
  • Email Management
    Your inbox can easily suck you in and waste your time without you even noticing. Most people check their inbox first thing in the morning and not realize that hours have passed before they finish going through all their emails. They could have spent those hours on other, more important things. When you have a VA, you can share your password with them using a tool like Lastpass and have them sift through your email before you do. They will act as a gatekeeper in this capacity and you can provide a template for responses for generic or common emails or have your VA delete the spam and unimportant emails. This way, when you look at your inbox, only the more important emails are left and you’ll be in and out in no time!
  • Lead Generation
    Lead generation is very important for most businesses but it gets repetitive and time consuming. You can do is create a SOP for generating leads – a set of qualifying questions, a set of protocols and procedures to follow, etc. Then get a VA to generate your leads for you. In doing this, you ensure that when it’s your turn to talk to the leads, they are mostly warm and hot leads. No more cold calling. No more pre-qualifying. Your VA can screen your prospects and forward to you those that are already qualified to be your clients/customers.
  • Voice Support
    Being ready to assist your customers is important. This shows them that you are taking care of them and that you want to help. But you can’t do this efficiently all by yourself, simply because you have other things to attend to. A VA can help you out with this by being the first voice customers and vendors hear. He/she can handle the more generic calls and only forward to you the calls that are extremely urgent and really need your personal attention.
  • Tech/Website Help
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Some people are good with tech. Some are not! You don’t have to be good at technical things, it’s too easy to get stuck fiddling with settings and design and all that stuff.

You can hire a VA with tech skills to help create your website, keep the settings up to date, troubleshoot your computer problems, etc.

  • Content Creation
    Whatever business you’re running nowadays probably needs a website. And a good website needs content. If you’re natural born writer and if you have the time to write, then good. If not, a VA with writing skills can write the content for you. She or he will save you from staring at your monitor searching for content ideas. After the initial setup of content of your website, your VA can post a couple of times a week on your blog in order to keep your website updated.
  • Get the To-Do’s off your plate
    Now that you have all these tasks to delegate to your VA, you also have to know that delegating the right way can make your VA even more productive. It’s simple: Just make sure that the tasks you provide you VA are as detailed as possible. Give them an overview of the general thing that you want them to do, like “Write a blog post.” Then give more detailed sub tasks, like “Write something on topic#1. Research and add a suitable image. Post to WordPress. Share on social media.” This will give your VA a clear-cut view of what they need to do so they can execute their job faster and more efficiently. These 8 solutions are just some of the things from an endless list that you can assign to a virtual assistant. You will be amazed at how easily you can find someone that has the skills that suit your needs.

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