For those of us that have considered taking a risk and venturing out on our own to start our dream business, one key step we’ve needed to seriously consider is how are we going to advertise to our target audience? Of course there are big money marketing solutions, but for most of us on a penny-pinching budget, we need something effective, yet cost efficient. My intent for this blog will be to focus on two forms of battling advertising methods, and which of these may be the best for your new start-up business: Facebook vs. Google.
Recently, I posted a (3) part series on deciding whether a Virtual Assistant (VA) was the best choice for your personal life or small business. I thought I would follow-up to this series and further emphasize some other activities which Virtual Assistants are very helpful with. It’s the big Q2 for most of us, and we’re heading into the nicest part of the year, summer! Hiring a VA might free up some summer time which could be better spent on family activities or just making time for you!
Have you ever worked with someone that always seemed irritated or agitated? You never know at what point they are just going to snap at you? Eventually, we find that it doesn’t take too long for that attitude to rub off on everyone else’s attitudes as well.
As you’ve previously learned how to define your master list of tasks (Article – Part I), let us now take a further look at how we can manage and track such tasks.
There are many ways to manage and track lists of tasks, all depending on what is going to best suit your needs or temperament. Here are some ideas to get started with your task management mission.
Is it possible to need a Virtual Assistant (VA) for a matter other than business needs?
We normally think of Virtual Assistants as personnel needed to accomplish business requests on a small or large-scale basis, but what if you needed someone to help you with the “smaller things in life”?