Virtual Assistants can…

  • Help you set up your website/blog.
  • Set up your email list.
  • Transcribe voice memos you record on your phone, and then email them to you.
  • Fix problems with your iTunes account using a screen sharing application.
  • Spend hours comparing and contrasting all the hotels in the San Francisco Bay Area and present you with a categorized list of the Top ten, their features and then book the one you want for you.
  • Unsubscribe you from pesky mailing lists that just won’t stop.
  • Send out emails that say “Hi, this is {insert your name here}’s assistant” which always impresses friends and family.
  • Do myriads of brain-numbing online research for you.
  • Help you balance your business budget using a free tool like Outright.
  • Find great keywords for you to use in specific blog posts.
  • Do simple SEO on your website/blog.
  • Do research to help you, help your kid with the math homework that you don’t understand.
  • Go through your business or personal voicemail using a service like Grasshopper, handle basic matters and forward any pressing issues on to you.
  • Upload photos to Flickr.
  • Tag photos in Flickr and add those pesky, time-consuming descriptions to each.
  • Delete Facebook friends that aren’t, really your friends.
  • Act as a recruiter or head hunter when you are looking to fill a position.
  • Find you an apartment or house when you move cities.
  • Set up meetings for you with the spots you like the most and double check your budget on something like Mint.com to make sure you can afford it.
  • Research the best school for children.
  • Research links to printable worksheets for students (i.e. worksheets for addition, worksheet for adjectives).
  • Research a specific topic and write a draft blog post in my blog on said topic.
  • Find the lowest air fare for an up coming trip.
  • Organise your email & delete the 30,000 “archived” messages you have that are keeping your gmail down, man…
  • Respond to email/ticket support requests for your business.
  • Create several templates for sending out sales letters.
  • Do letter preparation & mailing through a service Snailmailr.com.
  • Transcribe podcasts, or anything audio/video for that matter.
  • Proof read your documents.
  • Edit your website, documents or important emails for proper grammar.
  • Create newsletters.
  • Create flyers.
  • Do data entry (thank goodness… because you know you don’t want to be doing that!)
  • Can create charts and graphs out of your spreadsheets.
  • Look for contractors/plumbers/pest control in your area.
  • Update your website.
  • Fulfill product orders (electronics products that is).
  • Prepare stunning powerpoint presentations.
  • Organize your ideas and thoughts into actionable lists using Evernote & then BasecampHQ.
  • Update address/contact lists
  • Do market research for a new product or business.
  • Manage your facebook fan page and interact with your fanbase.
  • Respond and retweet interesting things on your Twitter account when you’re too busy.
  • Do live chat support for your web business.
  • Follow up on business leads.
  • Send flowers to your wife using Interflora.com.
  • Organize your day and week using something like Google Calendars and then sending you an email/text a half an hour before each meeting/engagement.
  • Give you fashion advice as you model outfits in front of your web cam for your VA to act as a real-time hotornot.com.
  • Tell you that it’ll get better when you’re having a terrible day (p.s. lots of VPA’s call you “Ma’am” or “Sir” which always makes me feel special!)
  • Create a financial projections sheet for your business.

What can’t virtual personal assistants do? They can’t grab you a cup of coffee (over-rated) or pick up your dry cleaning (do it yourself, lazy!). Another great thing is that ANYTHING you can virtually imagine a VA can do or learn to do in time.

 

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