Virtual Assistants

A virtual assistant (typically abbreviated to VA, also called a virtual office assistant) is generally self-employed and provides professional administrative, technical, or creative (social) assistance to clients remotely from a home office. Because virtual assistants are independent contractors rather than employees, clients are not responsible for any employee-related taxes, insurance or benefits, except in the context that those indirect expenses are included in the VA's fees. Clients also avoid the logistical problem of providing extra office space, equipment or supplies.
Posts about Virtual Assistants
  • 9 Tasks a Virtual Assistant Can Complete for a Business Coach

    …, confirming appointments, updating your website, proofing your blog posts, managing multiple social media accounts, paying bills, updating your CRM, preparing newsletters, etc. Hiring a virtual assistant (VA) will allow you the time you need to get to know your clients, learn about their businesses and provide them with the support they need…

    Apex Virtual Solutions- 15 readers -
  • #MarketingNerds: How Delegating, GTD, and Virtual Assistants Can Help Your Productivity

    … for companies that want potential customers to find them faster. In this episode of Marketing Nerds, we cover: What the GTD methodology isHow Stephan stays organized with GTD, tools, and his virtual assistantsWhy you should delegate as much as possible Most of the resources we mentioned: To listen to Marketing Nerds with Stephan Spencer: Think you have what it takes to be a Marketing Nerd? If so, message Kelsey Jones on Twitter or email her at kelsey [at] searchenginejournal.com. Podcast: Download Subscribe: iTunes| …

    Kelsey Jones/ Search Engine Journalin How To's- 3 readers -
  • Virtual Assistants For Increased Income: How to Buy Time

    … Feeling overwhelmed with all you haven’t gotten done yet? Who hasn’t wished they could clone themselves? There is a limit to what any one person can accomplish alone. At some point, if you want to grow your business you must delegate some of your work to someone else. That is where Virtual Assistants come in. What is a Virtual Assistant (VA…

    Gail Gardner/ Growmapin How To's- 28 readers -
  • 5 Content Marketing Trends to Follow Right Now

    …, but a streamlined processes that saves you time. After hours spent trying to streamline my own content marketing practices, here’s what’s worked for me: The Content Cascade The Content Cascade is a technique pioneered by Brian Massey of taking a rich content asset like a webinar and using that asset to create a cascade of content like shorter…

    Relevancein Content- 19 readers -
  • A Wake-up Call for Your Service Based Business

    … to have a few straight shooters in our circle that will give it to us with no filter. If you want to know the truth about your business, here are some tips. Join a local small business group. You can find them on sites like Meetup.com. Building relationships with other entrepreneurs is a great way to connect with people that you can bounce ideas off…

    Apex Virtual Solutions- 9 readers -
  • An Epic List of 100 Growth Hacks for Startups

    … on Viral Content Buzz and JustRetweet. Then offer those credits for others to retweet your Twitter posts. 12. Virtual Assistants Use oDesk and hire a low-cost virtual assistant to go to the websites of your ideal customers and fill out web forms and collect/send emails. Elance and Freelancer work as well. Warning: This is a little spammy, so make sure…

    Search Engine Journalin Social EMail Twitter- 19 readers -
  • Monthly Growth Report – October 2014

    … Forum Why I Am Not The CEO Of A Multi Million Dollar Business The Seven Types Of Virtual Assistants That Grow Your Business One of the big surprises of the month was a sharp decrease in traffic right around when all the Google PBN stuff was happening. Although I keep this blog squeaky clean (no link building whatsoever), it lost a lot…

    Dave Schneider/ Self Made Businessmanin Google- 7 readers -
  • The Seven Types Of Virtual Assistants That Grow Your Business

    The following is a guest post by my friend Craig Hewitt, who has recently started a staffing business at OutsourceHound. OutsourceHound solves the problem of finding reliable, skilled developers for projects, which require Ruby on Rails. In my experience there is no “One Size Fits All” solution to outsourcing a part of your business.

    Tarek Hossain/ Self Made Businessman- 13 readers -
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