Melissa Calvert is currently working as a Marketing Strategist and Academic Writer at Crowd Writer. She has work experience as a virtual marketing assistant to big corporations. She likes to share her work experiences online.
Whether you are a business owner, a real estate firm, or just a cook at home – getting a virtual assistant can be a significant factor contributing to your success. From delegating traditional assistant tasks like clerical duties, marketing assistance, web designing, and many more, a virtual assistant is your one handyman designed to provide support. And not only do they offer professional help, but they also do so efficiently sitting at home and working remotely, saving you the cost of office equipment and dedicated workspace.
According to a study conducted by Tiny Pulse, 91% of these virtual assistants work better and more efficiently when remotely located. This goes on to show that virtual assistants can prove to be a great marketing asset to have when strategized accordingly.
Hence, let’s find out what designated tasks can be assigned to a virtual marketing assistant for getting the most out of them.