At Virtual BizNest we highly emphasize the effectiveness of delegation in improving business owners’ lives and their bottom line. Effective delegation streamlines their workflow, allows them to concentrate on the important matters at hand and their true strengths, while their Virtual Assistants handle the rest of the tedious tasks. However, for busy entrepreneurs who delegate to Virtual Assistants and have room to breathe, once they sit down and start focusing on what they do best, they might find themselves wondering: “what DO I do best?” To focus on your strengths and unique abilities you need to know what they are in the first place. Don’t worry, though, VBN is here to help you figure that out!
Virtual BizNest’s VAs keep on exceeding their clients’ expectations. Once again, we have more praise from another satisfied business owner who went from struggling solo to finding relief thanks to our Virtual Assistant’s services. Here is Francine Rivera’s glowing client testimonial where she commends Arno for his exceptional capabilities. Good job, Arno! (more…)
For many enterprising individuals, stay at home orders did not slow them down as they were able to pivot and continue the hustle. Many communities have seen a flurry of small businesses emerge, leveraging e-commerce, delivery services, even developing their own apps. A lot of these are run as home businesses, which reduces overhead costs and allows the entrepreneurs flexibility in balancing work and life. Nonetheless, this setup has its fair share of drawbacks, from juggling a variety of tasks while running a household to work from home burnout. Thankfully, there is a way home businesses can enhance their operations, boost their productivity while at the same time make life easier for the business owners. They can do this by making use of Virtual Assistants! (more…)
Many businesses and organizations have shifted to remote work. Virtual Assistants and their clients alike are now working from home. It seems like remote work will be here to stay as part of the New Normal. And while initially, work from home seemed cozy and comfy, months later it has become a bit less rosy. According to CNBC, “over two-thirds, or 69%, of employees are experiencing burnout symptoms while working from home.” Yikes. Working remotely has gone from a perk to a fact of life with its fair share of challenges that have to be overcome. So here is how you can beat work from home burnout:
Running a startup ain’t easy. Doubly so in the fast paced world of the media industry. That is why one of Virtual BizNest’s new clients, Tamara Park of StoryNow, sought our services and made good use of her new Virtual Assistant’s abilities. Our VA proved to be an invaluable asset to her business, which is why she provided this glowing client testimonial.
Recently in cybersecurity news, there was a massive hacking attack that targeted the tech firm SolarWinds. In turn, the hackers got access to all sorts of sensitive material and were able to target the firm’s clients. These include many Fortune 500 companies as well as government agencies like the US Treasury, State Department and Homeland Security. Yikes. So what kind of cyber sorcery did the hackers use to hit this tech firm? According to Business Insider, they might have accessed SolarWinds’ network with the password… “solarwinds123.”
So one newbie-level mistake, the equivalent of using “password” as your password, may have resulted in what Wired calls the biggest espionage hack on record. So this should serve as a reminder for everyone to take cybersecurity seriously. While foreign state cyber operatives might not target the average Virtual Assistant-hiring SMEs and startups, it still pays to prioritize security. Here are some tips to bolster your digital defenses and prevent any possible disruptions and headaches down the line: (more…)
Content creation is a crucial component of building a business’ brand identity and recognizability. It is how you get potential clients or customers engaged. With content, you can then convince them of the quality of your products and services, ultimately generating transactions and returns. However, while business owners know their startups in and out, they might not be the most skilled or capable of articulating why their companies are so awesome. Their blogs and galleries can be full of content that is impassioned and creative but nonetheless need some improvement. So why not leave it to the pros? Specialist content writer, visual and graphic designer Virtual Assistants can take your content marketing up to a new level.
Entrepreneurs struggling to stay on top of their startups are often short on time, especially parents who are also self-employed and balancing work and family. For most business owners, it seems like there aren’t enough hours in a day. But there is a way to fit in all the work that needs to be done and have time left for yourself, your family and loved ones, and even have time to pursue your passions, go to the gym or take a vacation. The trick lies in time management, pruning unnecessary activities and focusing on what’s most important. At Virtual BizNest, we specialize in helping business owners stop wasting time and get the breathing room they deserve. So here are the superfluous and time-wasting activities you need to reduce:
Business is growing. You are shifting to eCommerce and have made an online store for your website. More customers are discovering your products and services on the Internet. Online traffic and transactions are increasing. The returns are rising. But maybe your Virtual Assistant is struggling with the growing demand? If they are operating solo, this is a real possibility. But fret not, Virtual BizNest’s staffing solutions can help you with Virtual Teams best suited for scaling up your operations. (more…)
In this client review, Jorge Salinas of Thunderhorse Movers expresses his appreciation for Virtual BizNest’s outstanding. The moving industry is quite a challenging field especially in these times, which is why business owners such as Jorge need any edge they can get. And that’s what VBN provided.
Jorge Salinas of Thunderhorse Moving