We’re all busy throughout the year but the holidays seem to add undue stress to our lives and our businesses. No need to stress, call on a virtual assistant to get you through the holidays and start the New Year off on the right foot.
1. Design custom holiday cards
Want to stand out from the crowd? Let your virtual assistant design a custom holiday card that’s sure to impress your clients.
2. Organize and maintain mailing list
Do you often miss the opportunity to send holiday cards, or any other mailings, because your mailing list leaves a lot to be desired? Let your virtual assistant organize your contacts and maintain them on a regular basis.
3. Send out holiday cards
You’ve got your cards and your list is ready to go. Let your virtual assistant sign, seal and deliver them to the post office while you spend your valuable time on revenue generating tasks.
4. Event planning
Whether you’re planning a corporate party or a personal gathering you can get overwhelmed with all the details. Let your virtual assistant handle the many details associated with your holiday event planning.
5. Travel arrangements
Trying to get home for the holidays or have guests coming to visit you? Let your virtual assistant make flight arrangements, hotel reservations, and coordinate transportation.
6. Gift buying
Finding the perfect gift for the client who has everything can be a real nightmare. Let your virtual assistant arrange for the perfect gift that will make a lasting impression.
7. Give yourself some time for you while your VA keeps your business operating
Give yourself a gift this holiday season – some time for yourself. Let your virtual assistant keep an eye on your email and voice mail while you enjoy some much needed time with family and friends.
8. Jump start the New Year by working with your VA to plan marketing strategies
Now is the perfect time to start planning your marketing strategies for the upcoming year. Let your virtual assistant help you strategize and re-energize your business growth with a solid marketing plan.
© 2003 Kelly Poelker
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