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Three Tasks a Virtual Assistant Can Do for You

Owning your own business requires a lot of hard work. You have so many things on your plate. If you are spending more time on the little stuff and not enough time on your passion and making money, you could use a Virtual Assistant (VA). A VA can handle a number of daily tasks many of which are not fun for you to do anyway.

1. A VA can manage your email. If your inbox is overwhelming you, a VA can sort it, answer what they can, and forward anything requiring a personal response to you. This is especially helpful if you have more than one email account. Many business owners have different accounts for different aspects of the business. A VA can take over all of them for you.

2. Social networking and blogs are the latest technology for marketing you business. It can be a time-consuming endeavor. A VA can manage your social networking sites, post your updates and information, and reply to messages sent to you.

Your blog posts can be uploaded on a regular schedule by a VA. You can write your content for multiple posts and have your VA post each one on the date you specify. If you don’t like to write you can also hire a VA to write the blog posts for you.

3. Customer service is a large portion of every business that sells products or services. A VA can provide customer service via email and/or phone. Handling questions, payment problems and providing general sales information can all be done by a VA.

Passing these tasks off to a Virtual Assistant will allow you more time for the activities you prefer. You can take time off, spend time with your family, follow your passion, and do things to make more money. After all, you started your own business to do what you love, make more money, and have more time for you. A VA can get you back to doing all those things quickly and easily.

September 27, 2009 - Posted by | Virtual Assistant


  1. Love this! You can save someone so much time and help make everything so manageable. Keep this information coming!

    Comment by Ginger | September 28, 2009 | Reply

  2. I’m now working as a virtual assistant, I just come to here and all is new to me. I must get familiar with social medias and blogs. As for me, a VA must deal with a lot of information, too much small things to do.

    Comment by lucy | December 4, 2009 | Reply

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