57 Virtual Assistant Jobs you Can Easily Delegate to a VA

57 Virtual Assistant Jobs you Can Easily Delegate to a VA

In order to achieve your business goals, you have to hire the right people to do the right tasks. Notice the emphasis on the word right? That’s because business owners, especially those who own microbusinesses, can easily be caught up in the dilemma of trying to do the job of one team. While business owners try to wear many hats, some tasks slip through the cracks or some become redundant. This could cost money, time, and other resources.

Most business owners get burnt out handling all the different roles required in a business at all times. This could lead to costly mistakes. This is why enlisting the help of the right people, like a superstar virtual assistant, is essential to achieving the business you want.

Many virtual office assistants have multiple virtual assistant skills sets that make them perfectly fit for micro and small enterprises who are bootstrapping their operations. Business owners should also plan to scale. So, as their businesses grow, they can add more people to take on specialised tasks.

Here are some virtual assistant jobs that you can delegate:

Manage your email and schedule
1. Going through email and managing Spam
2. Creating /updating a CRM or database
3. Answering Customer Service Emails /Tickets / Chat Support
4. Sending of Greetings eCards, Event Invitations, etc.
5. Managing your calendar
6. Appointment Scheduling
7. Travel Arrangement and Planning
8. Reminder Services

Organise and Store Files
9. Cloud drive Organisation
10. Data Entry
11. Creating / Managing Spreadsheets
12. Preparing keynote Presentations

Administrative work and Mirco-Blogging
13. PDF Conversion, Splitting and Merging
14. Transcription of Video and Audio Files
15. Simple eBook Layout / Formatting
16. Preparing Online Meeting Minutes
17. Report Creation
18. Forms Creation
19. Document Template Creation
20. Online Research
21. Data Mining & Development / Lead Generation
22. Blog Publishing Management
23. Moderating Blog Comments
24. Adding Tags & Images to Blog Posts
25. Online receptionist Duties
26. Voicemail Checking
27. Sending Client Invoices
28. Basic Bookkeeping
29. Personal Errands (Purchasing Gifts Online, etc.) – make sure these can be done virtually
30. Project Management & Training Tasks
31. Project Management Between You and Team members
32. Preparation of Training Materials
33. Training of New Virtual Staff
34. Deadline / Deliverables Tracking
35. Social Media Management Tasks
36. Creating Facebook Fan Pages / Groups
37. Posting and Scheduling Facebook Insights
38. Promoting Facebook Pages
39. Collating and Interpreting Facebook Insights
40. Creating a Twitter Account
41. Managing and Increasing Your Twitter Following
42. Schedule Tweets and Track Mentions and Hashtags
43. Create and Manage LinkedIn Account / Profile
44. Create Pinnable Images on Pinterest
45. Scheduling and Tracking Pins
46. Create and Manage YouTube Account
47. Upload Videos on YouTube
48. Moderating YouTube Comments
49. Uploading Videos to other Video Sharing Sites / Social Media
50. Answer inquiries and Messages on All Channel & Profiles

Marketing Tasks
51. Create Slideshare Presentations
52. Creating a New List in Email Marketing Software
53. Cleaning up and updating your subscribers lists
54. Creating and Scheduling Broadcast Emails to Promote Content
55. Editing Follow-up Emails and Auto-responders
56. Creating Email Newsletters
57. Editing / Proofreading Emails

These are some of the tasks that virtual assistants can do for you. There are other specialised roles that virtual assistants can also do like: Audio / Video Editor, Content Writer, SEO / Web Marketer, Graphic / Web Designer, or Web Developer. All these tasks can be accomplished remotely so you can absolutely hire virtual assistants for these.

If you are a business owner, how about hiring assistants for these roles, instead of tinkering about and trying to learn these yourself. It could save you time, resources, and precious sanity!

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Kristy Smith is the energetic Founder, Director & Driver of Virtual Elves, a business that helps you feel in control, well educated and understanding of how to work with a Virtual Assistant, among other things! She loves the water, is a mean cook and loves being social! Connect with Kristy on Facebook
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