Small business owners are responsible for every aspect of their business. At times, it may make sense to outsource certain responsibilities so that more time can be spent in activities that advance your business. One option is to work with a Virtual Assistant, yet many people aren’t sure exactly what that entails or how it could benefit them. Come hear from a Virtual Assistant about when to look for a virtual assistant, what tasks to assign a virtual assistant, what a virtual assistant is not responsible for, fees associated with a virtual assistant, and how you could potentially incorporate one into your business.
Carla Deter is the founder of Socially Your Virtual Assistant/Consultant, located in the Washington, DC area. Her ‘solutions not services’ include supporting small business owners, entrepreneurs, associations, attorneys, realtors, busy executives and more. She has 15 years of experience in the executive support role, writing, and communications; resume writing, publishing and managing multiple projects. She has designed and executed marketing and communication campaigns for social media and events promotions. She has consulted with various business industries about online marketing, social media management and overall online presence opportunities. Recently she was quoted by The Consultant Network based in London, England about 10 Ways You Can Get More from Your LinkedIn profile. Carla is a LinkedIn Profile Writer for DC based company, LinkedIn Profile Services LLC. She holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing and communications from Frostburg State University as well as other certificates relating to her administrative support role. She is currently working on article submissions to the Huffington Post about the multiple uses of a Virtual Assistant. Carla can be found on LinkedIn at: http://www.linkedin.com/in/carladeter/ and Twitter: @fxvacarlad as well as contacted at email@example.com.
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