Comparing an Administrative Assistant vs Virtual Assistant is like comparing apples to oranges. Kind of similar, but not really. The differences between an administrative assistant and a virtual assistant are subtle, so pay attention! The main difference is the location
“Hire a Virtual Assistant”. Those simple words can make a small business owner ecstatic or crazy (even crazier then they already are) — all depending on their experience with this increasingly popular administrative help. However, once a small business
Hours, days, weeks months and sometimes even years can be spent trying to grow or develop a business. But how you spend your valuable time could actually end up hindering your company from becoming successful. Hiring a virtual assistant can
Written by M. Shannon Hernandez Founder of The Writing Whisperer, Author & Speaker, and World Traveler I have some honest words for you, based on personal experience: If you are trying to grow your business, and you are doing it
Delegating tasks to a virtual assistant can free up time for more strategic-focused goals—and relying on a virtual assistant can ultimately cut costs. Regardless if you’re a a professional, business leader or Entrepreneur, chances are that you’ve got all kinds
Many business owners need assistance to help manage their workload and so, many choose to engage a personal assistant. However, have you ever thought of going virtual? Maybe not, if you’re not even sure what a Virtual Assistant is. It’s
With the advances of technology, it is becoming easier for businesses to outsource some of their administrative tasks, without the need of having an on-site person. A VA is able to provide administrative support to businesses all over the world.
Using a virtual assistant can shave hours from your workweek, but knowing which tasks to delegate can be tricky, whether you’re starting or growing a business. Most virtual assistants are contract or freelance workers who do their jobs from home
1. You’ve missed out on opportunities because you forgot to follow up. 2. You’ve sent out letters, articles and other important correspondence with spelling or grammatical errors. 3. You haven’t sent out your regularly scheduled newsletter in several months. 4.
By Kevin Kruse Contributor at Forbes Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. When you outsource work to others, you free up the time you need to work on your passions. Most of the small business and solo professionals