How Working with A Virtual Assistant Can Increase Your Output and Your Income
Updated: May 15
Let Me Ask You a Question: How much time do you spend on admin/social media/blogging/emails/organisational tasks?
I would guess that a lot of those jobs easily take up at least 50% of your time and that’s probably a conservative guess if you run a reasonably small business and don’t have many members of staff. Now let me ask you another question:
Why did you start your own business? I’m guessing the answer was not to spend all your time dealing with admin, posting to social media, researching the competition and generally getting bogged down in the day-to-day grind of running a business? I’m guessing it was to do what you have a passion for doing and make money along the way. I Do the ‘Grind’ for You So, here’s where a virtual assistant comes in. We specialise in taking those nitty-gritty, day-to-day bits of running a business off your hands so you can actually get on with what you enjoy doing and what actually makes you the money! I Streamline things for You
As a one off, or regularly.
For example, let me get ahold of your email account, organise folders and filters and generally clean it up so you don’t spend a day going through unnecessary emails and are left with what really matters. I can also work on some email response templates for you if you would like some standard responses so that you always come across as professional and efficient. I Research for You
And this can cover a lot of ground, so here are just a few examples of what we could save you time:
Where you can run an event/caterers/speakers etc.
Competitor’s pricing/appearance/goods comparisons
How to make your business more sustainable (e.g. researching into more eco friendly packaging or manufacturers).
IT options for your business – booking systems/email systems/social media schedulers.
This list is far from exhaustive and is just here to give you an idea of what your Virtual Assistant can do so you don’t have to.
What if your VA Can’t do Everything?
Then here’s an extra bonus: if your VA can’t do all the jobs you need doing, it’s likely they know a VA who can and can even subcontract for you or at least provide a recommendation if you need a variety of skills on your team. Sounds good doesn’t it?