What does a virtual assistant do?
The examples that fall under this category are endless: bookkeeping, data entry, research, creating reports, compiling to-do lists, handling appointments and calendars, etc.
You don't want your social or personal life to fall through the cracks. A VA would be able to help by booking personal appointments or tickets, arranging for gifts or cards to be sent to loved ones, or being reminded of special occasions and personal commitments.
Social Media Tasks
There's a lot of admin work in social media. This includes community management, like replying to messages and comments, engaging with influencers and other accounts, and posting on your behalf.
Customer Service Tasks
Our VAs are trained to be highly skilled in communication and community management. This includes handling emails and messages with your clients or customers on your behalf to build a strong connection and a reputation of being supportive and reliable among your customer base.
You don't want to get a graphic designer for every little thing, but you also don't want to compromise on aesthetics. Your VA is experienced with Canva, Photoshop, and popular video editing software to deliver basic designs for banners, social media templates, presentation designs, and basic editing for videos or reels, etc.
Coordination and Liason Tasks
Communicating and coordinating between multiple team members is both time-consuming and draining. Your VA can take on the responsibility of coordinating between different team members, following up on tasks, and reporting back to you, so you're always in the loop.