When you think about spring cleaning, you generally think about your surroundings- -your home, your car, the backyard. Most business owners (including you), need to spring clean their digital “house”.
Digital clutter is a reality that we all deal with on a daily basis as we conduct much of our lives and business dealings electronically through computers, tablets and even on our smartphones.
Sometimes digital cleaning is about restoration. Spring may be the right time to get online accounts back in order. When is the last time you went through your Amazon wish list, worked on organizing your social media accounts or revisited learning how to use them correctly?
Dealing with digital clutter or digital restoration is a great task to take on in your own business or to offer as a virtual service. Feeling empowered by your digital world instead of bogged down by it can help you be more efficient, more productive and ultimately more successful.
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Assisting with event planning is a service many clients need help with. There are many parts of the event planning process that can be done with the help of a virtual assistant.
Events planning can include online events, video based or webinar style events, and events that are held in conference rooms, hotels, or event centers. In this blog we will be discussing tips for planning an event or training at a physical location. Regardless of what kind of event you are helping to execute, there are a lot of questions you should ask your client early on in the planning stage in order to assure a successful partnership.
Listed below are some key questions you should discuss with your client before starting to work together.
The good news: Virtual assistance is quickly growing in popularity.
The bad news: A large part of the population doesn’t know virtual assistance exists.
The opportunity: You can help educate those people and may be just the solution they need!
Try this. Tell new people you meet that you are a virtual assistant. Chances are many of them will have a blank smile on their face. Their eyebrows may raise a little, and now and then you’ll get a little nod of the head. That seems to be the universal look for “Huh. That sounds interesting but I wonder what it is.” Guess what… That’s also the look of opportunity. You can be the person to introduce virtual assistance, and if they realize that they or someone else they know could benefit from a virtual working relationship and the services you provide, you have found a new client or referral source.
Of course you will need to be able to explain what a virtual assistant is in a way that they can...