Most businesses ask us, “What can a VA do for me?” so I made a list. Here are 30 tasks a VA can do for you.
1. Marketing - keyword research / google adwords / squeeze pages / landing pages more on marketing
2. Website - basic design / content & product management / layout / Wordpress / Wix more on web development
3. Data entry - more on data entry
4. Email management - creating folders / filters / auto responders / detox
5. MailChimp - setup / email campaigns / scheduling / list management
6. Internet research / data mining more on internet research
7. CRM management - from creation to updating - Data entry more on data entry
8. Basic bookkeeping / Accounting
9. Sales - inbound / outbound / assistance more on sale assistant
10. Typing up notes
11. Minute taking during meetings
12. Video editing - basic editing / uploading
13. Social media - set up / maintenance / content / scheduling posts / creating groups
14. Social media marketing - Facebook / Twitter / Instagram / Linked-in more on social media marketing
15. Screencast videos of processes / systems
16. Forum engagement - commenting / monitoring
17. Craigslist ads
18. Photoshop - basic layout / design / image resizing / adding logo or watermark
20. Phone work - inbound / outbound more on live agent
21. Event coordination - finding venue / attendee management
22. Invoicing - sending / follow up / outstanding
23. Calendar management - scheduling / meeting reminders
24. Powerpoint presentation - research / layout
25. Travel - accommodation arrangements / research / trip planning / booking flights
26. Lifestyle management - buying gifts / sending flowers / restaurant reservation
27. Customer follow up / retention
28. Newsletter - layout / research / scheduling
29. Team / Project management
30. Graphic design - basic layout of infographics / logos / banners / fliers / ads
This is not a comprehensive list, the limit to what a VA can do for you is only your imagination and drive to find ways to make your processes more efficient. Having a virtual assistant will save you time and money so you can focus on growing your business. Visit TaskBullet.com and let’s get you started.
Virtual Assistant vs. Employee:
Sure, you could hire an employee to help you with this work, but do you really have enough small sales tasks to fill up 40 hours per week or even 20 hours per week every single week? If not, that employee will be spending down time on your dime.
With a virtual assistant you pay for the hours you need and nothing more.
You’ll save money by not having to provide employee benefits, office space, office supplies (computer, desk, coffee and so on) or any of the other things that come with full or part-time employees.
Your virtual assistant will come with his or her own supplies, a strong education (TaskBullet assistants have university degrees) and a deep professional background.
In addition, when you hire a virtual assistant from TaskBullet you are also assigned a project manager to ensure that everything runs smoothly.