101 Tasks you ll grow out of it pdf Outsource to Virtual Staff to Grow Your Business! One of the biggest misconceptions of working with virtual staff is that one employee can do everything for you. Super VA Myth’, and I’ve busted it over and over again! Not in the real world, and not in the virtual world.
In order to effectively use virtual assistants to grow your business, you need to hire for the role, not the task. Something that I say all the time. A team that will work together to achieve what you’re aiming for as a business owner. It’s with this in mind that I decided to put together this list of tasks that you can outsource to virtual staff to grow your business more effectively. It’s important to acknowledge and appreciate that no one person can handle all of these different roles. It’s about using what you’ve got at your arsenal, to get what you want out of your team building and outsourcing. This is that one person that you can lean on to help you, day to day, more so than any other employee.
Schedule Management Tasks One of the biggest time-suckers in the land of entrepreneurship is email. I was trapped in Outlook for up to 7-hours a day. Working with a GVA to handle your email, as well as things like your calendar is essential to becoming more productive as a modern-age entrepreneur. Organization Tasks We live in a world of flashing lights, buttons and other things that distract us consistently throughout the course of our working day. Being organized is about as important as being productive. VA’s can help you systematize and put processes in place to help your business become more organized.
Check out my VSF Academy, too! So, working with a VA to help grow and market to your list is a complete no-brainer in my book! The same can be said for my podcasting. ROLE: CONTENT WRITER Outsourcing your content is not something I suggest you do often. Especially if your brand is attached to it. However, if you’re doing a lot of online marketing, especially if you’re involved with niche site creation and promotion, or even bigger, more authoritative sites, it pays to save time on creating all that written content, by teaming up with a good selection of virtual writers. What used to work doesn’t anymore.
And what works today might not work so well tomorrow. However, create solid content and you’ll be off to the races immediately. But, what happens after you’ve marketed and promoted your new blog post, or podcast episode via social media? Web Marketing VA in place will enable your content to be positioned and marketed in a way that will bring in consistent, long-term traffic. ROLE: WEB DEVELOPER When I launched my first blog in 2009 it was a mess. I use that term as loosely as possible, trust me!