Small Business Success - Prepare for an Uncertain Future

More than half of small businesses fail within the first five years. How can your company beat the odds? Here's how to expect the unexpected and prepare your business for the unknown.

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A Virtual Receptionist Might be Just What You Need

The phones are ringing, the email is pinging and the web messages keep coming in. You can’t keep up and you need help, pronto.

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5 Reasons Hiring a Virtual Assistant Was My Best Business Investment: Medical Professionals

Medical professionals across specialities are realizing the value of using virtual assistants to help them run their businesses, provide top-notch customer support to patients, and more.

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How a Virtual Assistant Can Help Your Business Drive More Profits

We've all heard the adage about working smarter instead of harder. But how do you adopt this mindset when you're drowning in a sea of operational tasks? With the help of a virtual assistant, you can increase your company’s profit potential by refocusing your time on the things that matter most.

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Control Freak? How Delegating Can Give You More Control

We understand the desire to control all areas of your business, but you can't realistically do it all. Here's how to delegate certain tasks and actually gain more control over your business.

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Too Busy to Grow? Free Up Your Schedule With Some Virtual Help

All those tasks are important, but that doesn’t mean you have to do them all yourself

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5 Reasons You Need to Stop Answering Your Phone

Congratulations! You’ve launched your new business and now it’s time to get operations humming along smoothly. So, what’s the next step?

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Focus and Scale: How Third Parties Can Help Your Small Business

We’ve all heard the saying, “Jack of all trades, master of none.” As a small business owner, it’s a statement that might make you chuckle a bit — you’d love to be a master of one single thing, rather than try to learn about all of the minutia of running a company.

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You Need a Virtual Assistant, Here’s Why

Too much to do and not enough of you to go around? Too many distractions (think email, social media, text messages) keeping you from checking things off your to-do list?

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The Intelligent Office Guide to Virtual Assistants: Human and Digital

Recently, a new type of assistant has emerged — virtual digital assistants (VDAs). VDAs are “automated software applications or platforms that assist the human user through understanding natural language in written or spoken form”.

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Is Great Customer Service the Best Policy

Most business owners spend countless hours searching for ways to acquire new customers. Unfortunately, few dedicate as much energy to keeping the ones they already have.

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Working Intelligently

We've all heard the saying, "work smarter not harder." While good advice, this concept isn't always easy for entrepreneurs who like to control everything about their companies.

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Is Ageism a Problem in the Startup World?

In countless business arenas, age can quickly turn from a major asset to a significant liability.

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The Most Unique Ways to Use a Virtual Assistant

If you'd like to streamline your daily operations and shave valuable hours off your workweek, learn some creative ways to offload tedious but critical responsibilities.

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Why Every Accountant Could Use a Virtual Assistant

Accountants spend endless hours looking for ways to save money for their clients. Unfortunately, many fail to recognize some effective ways to cut their own operational costs. By allowing accounting entrepreneurs to offload critical tasks, a virtual assistant can drastically increase productivity and allow professionals to focus on the things that matter most.

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14 Ways Virtual Assistants Can Help Freelancers Stay Organized

Being a freelancer can keep your schedule packed 24/7. But, regardless of your industry, a virtual assistant (VA) can help you manage all areas of your workload, so that you stay productive and organized.

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