Who Can Use A Virtual Assistant

Who Uses VA’s? If you’re like me when I started thinking about becoming a VA, you may be wondering “What type of businesses invest in using Virtual Assistants?” Perhaps you are even considering hiring a Virtual Assistant yourself and are wondering “Could I hire a VA?” And quite honestly any business owner, who has administrative responsibility, can leverage their business on VA’s. Especially these industries Authors, Coaches, Entrepreneurs, Accountants, Medical Offices, Realtors, Lawyers, and Financial Services.

What does a VA have to offer? VA’s handle many administrative task (i.e.  email management, data entry/organization, and travel arrangements) and more often than not offer speciality or “niche” services and solutions like social media marketing, graphic design, project management, website development, product launch, and the list goes on… Ultimately, your VA is your personal support. Some one who is there to hold your hand or offer solutions to your challenging tasks.

Benefit of using a VA? Many use a VA for cost efficiency. Virtual Assistants provide their own office equipment,  internet/phone services, training, sick/vacation/holiday pay, taxes, and insurance, which certainly puts more money in your pocket.

***If you are not in one of the mentioned industries listed in the first paragraph, I’d love to chat with you to see if a Virtual Assistant would support your business needs.

About OliviaOHara
Olivia O'Hara Solutions makes me a WAHM & entrepreneur with online marketing, website design, biz automation and more. When I am not working away on my Mac, I enjoy running, movies, making jewlery and being outdoors with my family- particualrly in the summer! Working from home positions me to create a business around my family's lifestyle and not fit them into my career.

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