Small Business Tips and Tricks
As a Virtual Assistant, marketing and admin are my specialties. Every week I write a new article full of tips to help small business owners and sole traders maximise their business potential.
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This week I am going to give you three actionable steps on how you can start thinking about your social media more strategically with an eye toward creating a social media calendar.
Ask a small business owner what platforms they are using for their marketing and they’ll mention social media. Ask a small business owner what tasks fall through the cracks when they get busy and they’ll mention social media. See the problem?
Free courses generate leads and let you engage with them, while paid courses have the added benefit of a second income stream. But can sole traders launch an online course without burning out or going insane?
I’ve created a checklist with over 30 things you can do to make sure your website, social media, and admin processes are 100% online-ready for Christmas shoppers.
Did you know that you can hire a Virtual Assistant for short-term projects? Basically any situation where hiring an employee would be overkill because you only need an extra pair of hands for a few weeks or months. Like these examples.
A Virtual Assistant isn’t a substitute for you being at work, but they can help manage that wall of work that seems to face you whenever you log back in after a week off work. Here are just some of the tasks a Virtual Assistant can do for you while you’re on holiday.