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FAQ

 

Here I will provide a few questions and answers that may be going through your mind.  However, I realize people, companies, needs etc. are unique. 

I would be more than glad to offer a 15 minute consultation to discuss your need for a Virtual Assistant.

1) We connect

2) You let me know the scenerio of a project, task etc.

3) I let you know how I can help and how we can work together.

 It's that easy!  Contact me today! carla@sociallyyourvirtualassistant.com

 Thanks,

Carla


What is a Virtual Assistant?

Who uses Virtual Assistants?

How will my Virtual Assistant communicate with me?

Is a Virtual Assistant affordable?

How does a Virtual Assistant save you dollars?

Will my Virtual Assistant be invested in me and my company?

Do you have a question of your own you would like answered?

What is a Virtual Assistant?

  1. How does a Virtual Assistant work?

    A Virtual Assistant, also know as a VA, is an administrative professional who assists other professionals from a remote location.  VA's are contractor's, not employees.  They can be contracted for small, one-time only projects, or large projects that span several months.  VA's save their clients time and money by providing their own equipment, training and office space.

    Virtual Assistants are entrepreneurs and one of the hottest home- based businesses, who provide administrative, technical or creative and sometimes social assistance to clients from a home based office. • Virtual Assistants are independently-contracted business owners, not employees. They work out of their own offices, manage the work from their clients and how it is carried out, set their own rates, as well as operating standards and policies.

    Virtual Assistants help small businesses expand their business instead of dealing with daily duties. Virtual assistants are cost effective because you only pay them when they work. Since they are independent contractors, they are also tax deductible.

     



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Who uses Virtual Assistants?

  1. Could I use a Virtual Assistant? Sure.

    Everyone can use a virtual assistant in one way or another.  Small and medium sized businesses, entrepreneurs, non-profit organizations, speakers, coaches, traveling business people, doctor's, lawyers, real estate agents, independent distributors and busy individuals use virtual assistants. Start-up Businesses, Overwhelmed Business Owners, Businesses that are advised to by their Business Coach, Small-Corporate.

    Working Parents who have an event coming up in their life, working parents who want to have help w/o hiring a Nanny, Busy & Overwhelmed Individuals,  Individuals that just need a little help to free up time to do other tasks within their day.



  2. Why should I use a virtual assistant?

    By contracting a VA, you'll have more time to develop you business, spend time with family or to just have some free time to relax.  The time you loose on administrative tasks is valuable and a virtual assistant understands that time can be used to work on building your business.


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How will my Virtual Assistant communicate with me?

  1. Communication with virtual assistant.

    Communication is important and maintaining an effective relationship is paramount to getting a job done the way you want it to be done.  We communicate via telephone, email, skype or other ways ways such as instant messaging programs, text messaging, and conference calls.


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Is a Virtual Assistant affordable?

  1. How does hiring a Virtual Assistant alleviate additional expenses?

    Yes! The cost savings is two-fold: financial and emotional.

    When you hire an employee, on top of a salary or hourly wage, you have a ton of things you need to administer (payroll, benefits), many things to buy or lease (equipment, furniture), you have to deal with a variety of insurances (workers' comp, unemployment), pay your share of taxes, conform to Federal mandates (OSHA, ERISSA), and you have to share space well (no more working in your pajamas!). It's expensive and can be grueling.

    Virtual Assistance was never intended to be the low-cost alternative to getting administrative support. It was intended to be, and absolutely is the most convenient alternative to having on-site employees provide that support. As a result, VAs set fees based on the value they create for clients; the higher the value, the better the VA's compensation.

     

     

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How does a Virtual Assistant save you dollars?

  1. What are the financial benefits?

    No need to share office space, or find additional office space for an employee, no need to buy additional office equipment and create expensive overhead, no need to deal with the administration details associated with payroll, payroll taxes, insurance, benefits….

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Will my Virtual Assistant be invested in me and my company?

  1. Why wouldn't I work with one of the secretarial services I've seen around town or even Craigslist?

    If what you want and need is the most basic secretarial support, then you might just want to work with a local secretarial service or a freelancer you find online.

    If, on the other hand, you want the benefit of working with someone who really wants to know you, your business, your customers, and who wants to be deeply involved in your success, you'll want to work with a VA.

     

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Do you have a question of your own you would like answered?

  1. Please reach out..I would be glad to answer any question to the best of my ability.

    Contact me at carla@sociallyyourvirtualassistant.com

    or reach out to me on one of my social sites. 

     

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