Wednesday, September 7, 2016

How to use Virtual Assistants

It's now easier than ever for small businesses to outsource many of the functions and tasks that are not necessarily your core competency. From back-office functions like bookkeeping, to creating written content for your online sites, "hiring" a virtual assistant may be your best option. 

The internet and other technologies make it easy to leverage the specialties of others, without having to actually hire an employee. By "hiring" a Virtual Assistant - meaning that you engage them for a specific project or task at a predetermined rate and for a specific period of time - you accelerate the growth of your business without the full burden of having to increase your payroll expenses. 


In the latest episode of The How of Business, Gina Horkey introduces the Virtual Assistant business model and also shares productivity tips to help you start and grow your small business.

Some highlights from our Interview with Gina:
  • Virtual Assistant services she offers include e-mail management, customer services tasks, marketing activities, website or blog management, and social media management.
  • Gina offers tips for those who are hesitant to consider outsourcing their e-mail management to a virtual assistant.
  • In this episode Gina also shares tips & advice for getting better organized, including shorter to-do lists, grouping like tasks, using virtual assistants, an organization tool like Trello.
Read more at the Show Notes Page

Listen to this interview with Gina Horkey: [Listen on iTunes[Listen on Stitcher]

 
The How of Business show is a podcast dedicated to helping you start, run and grow your small business. Our show features topic episodes and interviews with other successful entrepreneurs. 

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