My 30 Day Blogging Challenge continues.

The tag [TIME SAVED] shows you where a Virtual Assistant (such as Virtual Hand) can save you time by doing these elements. This allows you to do what you love in your business as well as what you are good at.

 

A Virtual Assistant is a real person!

We wanted to get that clear to everyone first and foremost. For those that are already utilising the services of a VA you can vouch for the fact that we are real people. We are not computers, we are not pieces of software producing work automatically, we are not an automated answer machine.  We provide support for small to medium sized businesses and individuals with a very personal touch.

It is down to each client and their VA how they wish to have their business relationship. If you work within the same geographical area, it is not uncommon to have regular face to face meetings. If you are a little further afield, the wonderful invention of video calling can bring even long distance business relationships together.

Some clients like to leave their Virtual Assistant to it! A quick email with instructions here or a text message there, suits their busy schedule and can often result in them only ever really having one initial meeting to get the ball rolling. Others prefer regular communication and a chance to build up a PA/VA relationship that eliminates that ‘virtual feeling’.

From our headquarters, we can assist you with everything from PA support, marketing assistance and technology [TIME SAVED].

How do you get to meet your VA? 

Before you decide to work with a Virtual Assistant (and this will be the best decision you ever make), it’s crucial that you ‘meet’ with them. You want to make sure that you are a good fit to work together. Your potential VA will want to ensure that they can provide you with the support you need and the attention you require.

You can start by making an enquiry with me, Michelle at Virtual Hand. I would love to meet with you to discuss your needs. My team and I  would like to be the VAs that you can turn to.

We like to keep our presence real in a virtual world.

Here cometh the end of Number 24 – Communication

Here’s a link to the Start in case you missed it.  https://virtualhand.co.uk/starting-a-challenge/

Do have a look at all the other blogs I have written on Using a VA or Training specifically; you never know what you might find.

Employing staff is a whole new ball game with its own set of rules. Working with a VA is an option that a great many business people are turning to. Check out my book on How to Hire a Virtual Assistant. Available on Amazon by clicking here.

Connect with Michelle on other platforms too: Learn how you can work with Virtual Hand; how your business can grow and how you can communicate better with your audience.

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