Best Tasks to Delegate to a Virtual Assistant

10 Best Tasks to Delegate and Why

Focus on your passion, let your VA handle the rest.

top 10 tasks to delegate to a virtual assistant

Given that we Virtual Assistants aren’t normally hawked in a State Faire booth by some loud-mouthed, greasy-haired announcer proclaiming that “This handy little device slices, dices and crawls on its belly like a reptile!” – you may be trying to figure out what, exactly, we can do to enhance your business. This is especially pertinent, since we do not cost “One thin dime, one tenth of a dollar!”  Before you write that check, know how the power of the human tool, the ability to delegate to a Virtual Assistant, will take your business to the next level.

You have a successful business because you are excellent at doing whatever it is that you do. Congratulations! That is something of which you should truly be proud. As your business expands, so does the volume of around-the-business tasks that need to be handled. You should be doing what you do best and leave the rest to us at Virtual Assistant Israel. It’s time for you to delegate! The list of what can be delegated may be endless, but since nobody wants to read an endless blog post, I’ll give you a run-down of the Top Ten Best Tasks to Delegate. (I hear the drum roll, don’t you?)

1. Correspondence

Writing to clients; answering emails; phone calls to clients, suppliers and service providers.

2. Calendar / datebook

Scheduling appointments, booking meetings between multiple parties.

3. Blog writing

Just show me your style and let me run.

4. Social media

Posting on all your regular sites, plus coming up with the post material and keeping track of retweets / friending / answering questions, playing the game.

5. Reward program

Thank you gifts for referrals, holiday season cards.

6. Event planning

Finding a venue, a/v equipment, refreshments, nametags and other logistics to make your event shine.

7. Website updates

Daily quote, checking statistics, updating photos, headlines, and  on your website.

8. Travel arrangements

Including whether you prefer chicken or fish, window seat or aisle.

9. Research

Pricing, potential partnerships, local statistics, trends, competitors, and more.

10. Editing / proofreading

Your blog, articles, grant proposals, email drafts, correspondence, and anywhere you put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard).

I promised you a Why. That part is easy. Sit back a minute and put your feet up. Make yourself really comfortable. Now, close your eyes and imagine how much you would be able to get done – how much your business could expand – if only you could concentrate on the raison d’être of your business and leave all the associated, peripheral tasks in the dust. That’s Why.

AvielaSubmitted by Aviela