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What Is A Virtual Assistant?

"A virtual assistant (or VA), is an independent contractor providing administrative, technical, or sometimes creative assistance to clients, usually to other independent entrepreneurs and solo and small business practices, such as that of a lawyer or realtor. Virtual assistants work from their own office (hence "virtual"), thus making it a fairly popular (and growing) profession. It is estimated that there are about 5–8,000 virtual assistants worldwide."

Definition from Wikipedia

What Are Some of the Advantages of Working With a Virtual Assistant?

  • Save money on payroll - No employee taxes or benefits to pay

  • Save on production time - Virtual assistants are self-employed so you only get billed for the hours they work or the projects they complete for you

  • No office expense - Virtual assistants provide their own office and equipment saving you $1000s of dollars of budget

  • No training costs - Virtual assistants are already trained computer professionals and are skilled in many computer applications and other skills

  • Best use of your office support budget - A VA has a vested interest in your success because they want you as a regular customer and they want your referrals

  • Support 24/7 - Hire a VA to work for you days, evenings or weekends - flexibility suited to your needs

Why Should You Consider Hiring A Virtual Assistant?
  • You own a small business and can't afford full time administrative support and you don't have available office space
  • You're a business owner looking for flexibility in working with marketing, sales presentation or other skilled administrative professionals on a seasonal timeframe
  • You need help with a short-term business project and time is of the essence - no time to train a new employee
  • You're a business manager who wants to take advantage of working with experienced professionals through virtual communication resources (i.e., fax, email, net meeting, instant messaging, etc.)
  • You're a busy real estate broker working from home or a small office and you need affordable administrative support without the added expense of employee taxes, benefits, etc.
  • You just started a new business and you need to work with experienced business professionals who can get you up and running quickly without the added expense of an employee
  • You just relocated to a new city and you need office support right away for existing projects

Virtual Assistants work well in supporting:

  • Real Estate Agents/Realtors

  • Entrepreneurs

  • Insurance Agents

  • Physicians

  • Speakers, Coaches

  • Independent Professionals

  • Contractors

  • Executives

  • Entertainment Industry

  • Marketing Consultants

  • Web Based Businesses

  • Startup or Small Businesses

  • Telecommuters

  • Attorneys

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