Delegate, Focus, and GROW Your Business

Name Five Things That You Didn’t Get Done Last Week

It happens even to the most industrious and organized business owners. There just is not enough time in the day, week or month to get everything done to run your company. This is especially true for small business owners that are trying to manage all aspects of their business while trying to stimulate growth in their company. If you look back at last week, what things were on your to-do list that did not get crossed off by COB Friday? Were there five or more? If so, maybe it’s time to delegate some of those tasks to a Virtual Assistant.

Customer Service Tips for Your Small Business

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A good customer service team is important to any small business, whether you handle your customer service yourself, or if you depend on an assistant or a small team to manage it for you. Either approach, managing customers is vital to your business’s continued success. The best sales person can sell a product or even themselves to anyone, but it takes a great customer service approach to retain that customer. By working with a virtual assistant, you can make your customer service personal and worry free.

October 15th, 2014 by Client Advocate Team | No Comments »

How to Organize, Prioritize and Delegate


“The bottom line is, when people are crystal clear about the most important priorities of the organization and team they work with and prioritized their work around those top priorities, not only are they many times more productive, they discover they have the time they need to have a whole life.” Stephen Covey

When I first begin to work with any client, my initial question always is, “What is your goal?” This is important because I use that goal to organize and prioritize tasks. I want my client’s business to thrive, grow and evolve into the business of their dreams. So I go in with idea of freeing them to live that dream, by helping solve their problems. With one client in particular, the biggest problem was organization, creating priorities, and delegation of tasks. She spent so much time on her business, she had no time for herself.

October 15th, 2014 by Claralynn Schnell, Virtual Assistant | No Comments »

Is It Time To Do A Content Audit On Your Website?

We have all heard that content is key when it comes to SEO. Although algorithms come and go, keeping content fresh and relevant is always important to rankings on search engines. A true content audit digs into your website, ensuring that all the right information is there, and tools are working as they should. Even if you are not tech savvy, there are some tasks you can perform to audit the actual content that is currently on your website.

4 Rules for a Successful Product Launch

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One of the many talents our Virtual Assistants have at CVA is helping our clients prepare and create a successful product launch campaign that inspires and grows their business. Using the right formula determines the success of any launch, and here at CVA we encourage and implement the best strategies to ensure that success.

October 8th, 2014 by Melissa Forte, Virtual Assistant | No Comments »

Communicating Effectively With Your VA

Having a dedicated Virtual Assistant can save you time and money, allowing you to focus your expertise on your business. However, small inconsistencies in communication can reduce your VA’s ability to be as efficient as possible. The trick is to pass on what you need done to your VA in a way that is concise and complete, leaving both of you more time to get on with your day. Here are a few tips on communicating with your VA in way that allows them to get the most work done for your money.

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