Photographers- Need an assistant but fear the affordability factor?

  • Have you been cramming sessions, social media updates, email management, edits, ordering, and everything in between just to get it all done?
  • Do you have administration tasks that don’t need you doing them?
  • Would it be nice to open the shop with very few client and potential customer inquiry emails?
  • Are most of your packages and customer questions repetitive?
  • Do you have standard info and requirements that you ask of each client?
  • How about those follow-up calls? They take up your time too, right?
  • Do you think that it is too costly to hire an in-house Assistant for your small business?
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If you said YES to any of these, we have the perfect solution for you…

Have you ever heard of a Virtual Assistant? Well, a virtual assistant is someone who works remotely from their own office to help busy people like you get things done! Without all the fuss of taxes, insurance, supplies, vacation pay, and standing around waiting for emails. It’s such a waste of your money! We know!

Virtual Assistants can manage email accounts, follow-up with clients and potential clients, schedule appointments, schedule social media updates, make edits to your website, and more…

Here’s why you should hire Virtual Administrative Assisting to be your Virtual Assistant…

  1. We understand that you as a photographer need to direct your energy into photo sessions, so you can focus on your clients and enjoy your job- capturing smiling faces and unique personalities.
  2.  We also know that it is important to keep on top of the daily and weekly administration tasks, so you don’t get behind.
  3. You can $ave with Virtual Administrative Assisting by  up to 85% compared to an in-house Assistant.
  4.  Virtual Administrative Assisting is your support team to the end.

We will be offering photographer packages uniquely created for you to get your administration tasks done. Want to know just how affordable having an assistant can be? Fill out the form below…

In addition, 

For a limited time, you will get 2 FREE hours of work if you can agree to terms and conditions upon sign-up. And, if you refer other photographer colleagues, receive 1 additional hour free per referral. And be sure to tell them to state who referred them, so you can get credit. Or link them back to this offer by copy and pasting the above URL into your email, social media post, ect 

Terms and Conditions: Must agree to 10 hours minimum 1st month. No monthly hour requirements after the first month. 50% paid up front. Inquire for rates.

If you want to get more information fill out the form above or email Olivia at olivia.ohara21@gmail.com . We look forward to meeting you and finding solutions that work for you!

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3 Tips To Becoming More Productive in 2013

It’s the start of a New Year and one of my goals is to become more productive. Not only for the sake of my clients project efficiency but for my growing business as well. It takes a lot of energy and time to start a business and keep it maintained as a solopreneur, yet business requires massive results from efficient productivity to be successful.

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I believe through efficient productivity management my results will increase in 2013. So, I asked myself “How am I going to become more productive this year?” I’ve been reading many other posts about productivity- from how to get more out of your day to actually getting stuff done. And here’s what I decided the key pieces to becoming more productive were going to be for me…

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#1…Stop hesitating. Take action with my ideas because thinking about them over and over again distracts too much time from my ability to get things done. If I have an idea, I am going to write it down, brain storm some major points, and plan a time to work on implementing it into my business. Once the idea is in progress, I will be able to mold it into a more valuable piece with any feedback from colleagues and collaborators, and additional information I stumble upon during its progress.

#2…Create simple milestones and build on them. When creating new projects, it can get overwhelming because you can have that stuck factor set in. This stuck factor can take up time just like hesitating with ideas as explored above. It’s easy to want to plan out projects in one setting but sometimes it simply isn’t possible. I plan to write down my ideas in the moment and come back to my task manager and add milestones as I think of them.

#3…Get Motivated and Inspired. Sometimes when I get stuck on one project then try to move on to something else, I still feel stuck. This can be a time sucker for sure as well. So to ensure that I don’t waste anytime with clients and my Virtual Assistant business, I will do something to benefit my personal, home, or family life. Perhaps take a break to switch out the laundry, read a book to the kids, or even go for a run (but that would require me to invest is a treadmill though, since it’s a chilly winter in the Midwest). I believe that doing this more often- even if I am not a rut- will benefit nicely anyway.

I’ve let you in on what my productivity tactics will be…How are you going to boost your productivity in 2013?  Do any of these tips appear in your plan of action?

I’d love to see your key strategies in the comments below!

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