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Anticipating Your Client’s Needs

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Being a good VA has a lot to do with understanding and anticipating your clients’ needs. I’m new to being a VA, and was assigned my first client just a few months ago. Working with my client has been very rewarding. This client is a life coach, who provides career and success coaching. She’s led an interesting life, and has overcome many challenges to get to where she is today.  She is consistently nice and pleasant, and that inspires me to do anything I can to help make her successful.  My key focus here has been on growing her business.

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November 27th, 2013 by Kenrick Harris, Dedicated VA | No Comments »

10 Things To Do Before The End Of The Year

As 2013 winds down, the clock is ticking on getting this year put to bed and getting ready for 2014. With less that two months left, it is a good time to do these end-of-year tasks and make a plan to make next year successful. Here are 10 things to get accomplished by year’s end, many which your Virtual Assistant can help you with.

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Is Your E-commerce Site Ready For Cyber Monday?

Even if online sales are only a small portion of your retail business, every company with retail products should be taking advantage of Cyber Monday this month. The Monday after Black Friday has become a large sales day for e-commerce sites and you want to ensure that your site is ready for increased traffic. In 2012, an estimated 167 million U.S. shoppers made purchases online last Cyber Monday.  While large companies have been preparing for the onslaught of holiday cyber-shoppers for months, it is not too late to do quick check of your site to ensure that you are ready.

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For Unexpected Events, Get Expert Outside Help

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Many small businesses outsource tasks outside their expertise, such as accounting, payroll, IT and web hosting. Outsourced work can be steady, occasional or seasonal depending on the nature of your business. But there are times when businesses, particularly small businesses, face an unexpected events that their staff or consultants are unable to handle. In the event of unplanned challenges or even emergency situations that require expert services, consider using outside resources.

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Social Media And Customer Service With Your VA

 

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One of the many things our Virtual Assistant staff at CVA can master for your business is social media. There are more than 500 social media platforms out there to match a host of interests. Having a targeted social media plan in place will help you engage your customers, promote your brand, and keep your marketing current. Using your VA to implement that plan will allow you time to focus on other aspects of your business.

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November 20th, 2013 by Client Advocate Team | No Comments »

Devising A Weekly Strategy For Your VA

With the holiday season approaching, many people are beginning to start planning for their big holiday meals. Thanksgiving for most families includes an elaborate, large meal, so making a detailed list of what needs to be done, prioritized, is essential to pull it off. Most people will have a list of things to do every day for the week prior to make sure all the cleaning, shopping and prep work is done ahead of time so that when Thanksgiving arrives, they can focus on making a fabulous meal. This same strategy can be used to plan your week with you Virtual Assistant, to ensure that each week goes smoothly.

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