How to Increase Your Productivity using Virtual Assistants

Virtual Assistant

Businesses are looking to outsource key services, and instead of hiring full-time assistants, many are looking for virtual ones. As a virtual assistant, you’ll perform office support duties, such as word processing, data entry, bookkeeping, and research, from your home.

Think about the expertise you can offer and what types of clients you’d like to cater to. Having specialized skills will make you stand out from the competition. Depending on your experience level, you may consider taking a virtual assistant training course, like one from VAClassroom. Find out more and connect with the virtual assistant community through the International Virtual Assistants Association.

Watch the full video here (1hr 14min 56sec Total Run Time)

During the KW Family Reunion 2014, Aaron Armstrong, Owner of the Armstrong Real Estate Group with Keller Williams Realty, shares with us an insightful presentation about Using a Virtual Assistant to Increase Productivity in a Real Estate office. He focuses on how to work with a Real Estate Virtual Assistant to maximize the benefits and efficiency. He also provides a guide to those who do not have a Virtual Assistant yet, including a short live call to his personal Virtual Assistant to check on updates for the day.

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