Virtual assistants are entrepreneurs who specialize in business support services and provide support to entrepreneurs, freelancers, and small business owners, helping them with administrative and procedural tasks.
Virtual Assistants work remotely from their own home office, and are classed as independent contractors, rather than employees. This means that the business owner is not expected to pay for employment taxes, benefits, equipment, or overhead.
Virtual Assistants do a wide variety of work, and can help with anything from data entry and calendar management to phone coverage, website updates, email marketing, and more. Having the help of a Virtual Assistant, a trained expert in these tasks, can prove invaluable to a small business owner and save them countless time and resources.
Look at some ways that Virtual Assistants can help you.