Virtual Assistants can perform pretty much any task that an onsite secretary can do assuming that he or she has the right technology in place. Virtual assistants can add exponentially to your time each day. In some cases, it can be almost like duplicating yourself so that you can focus on what earns your business money, allowing the VA to work on the tasks that are necessary but do not necessarily produce income. Here is a list, not comprehensive by any means, of various tasks that a VA can do along with the technology that helps them perform these tasks.
Social Media – Many virtual assistants are social media specialists. In fact, VA Classroom has a social media certification program specifically designed for virtual assistants to work with small business owners. A virtual assistant who specializes in social media can schedule your Twitter tweets and Facebook posts in HootSuite (3 times a day, 4 times, etc.), grow your Facebook likes, add followers for you on Twitter, design your Facebook landing page and so much more! Read More→