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Guide to Hiring and Using Virtual Assistants

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As a small business owner, your prime objective is to make money. Did you know that by attempting to perform every task related to the operation of your business yourself, it may be costing you up to 40% in lost revenue?

According to statistics by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), the average small business owner spends up to 40% of his or her time on routine administrative tasks. Track your time for a week and see how many hours you are spending on unproductive, time and energy draining busywork - many owners find the 40% figure to be a conservative number!

According to most business experts, approximately 80% of your time should be focused exclusively on performing activities that create the most value and profits. The more time you can spend planning, strategizing, marketing, networking, and creating and delivering your revenue-producing products or services, the greater your business will grow and profit.

The demand for services from Virtual Assistants has seen a steady increase in recent years as business owners seek ways to run and grow their businesses using support services that are flexible and cost effective. Virtual Assistants can offer many benefits but it can sometimes be difficult to differentiate those that are reputable from those that have set up to make easy money without the relevant experience, skills, or systems to do the job effectively.

But in what may ultimately be a wonderful addition to your business, there are some things to know and consider before working with a professional Virtual Assistant.

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