5 services a virtual assistant can provide direct sales leaders

As a top-level leader in your direct selling business, you need to spend more time developing leaders, building a sales organization, and running your personal business. While you can do anything, no one can do everything. Here are 5 tasks you can delegate to a trained virtual assistant who can collaborate and partner with you for the success of your business.

Electronic newsletters. Are you having a hard time sending an email newsletter to your clients, your monthly appreciation report to your team members in a timely manner? A VA can contribute its experience to create a newsletter with relevant and timely information that reaches its clients. This could be a template configured in Constant Contact that can be updated with new content for each new edition. This can result in more consistent sales, bookings, leads, and referrals. It can also help you recognize the successes of your team members on a consistent and regular basis with a team recognition report.

Personal website update. A VA can keep the content on its website up-to-date and relevant to its clients and team members. This may include timely news applicable to your current promotions and programs and online party settings.

Calendar management. Let your VA not only manage your appointments on your calendar, but also keep track of the deadlines for promotions and programs that are relevant to your clients and team members. Your VA can use Google Calendar to manage its appointments and deadlines and you have the ability to sync it with Outlook.

Host packages and host services. Give your VA the contents of your host package. Decide if all or part of it can be shipped virtually and what time frame you want it to use when booking a new party. That email can be followed by a submission of all non-electronic information. A virtual assistant can also set up reminder phone calls for hosts using an automated service like PhoneVite. It can also provide you with PhoneVite reports on the number of confirmations received and the success rate of each call. Pre-party phone calls have been shown to increase both attendance and outside requests.

Team building meetings and teleclasses. Your VA can help you with live meeting team training content. This could include creating brochures, brochures, and agendas. You can also configure teleclasses for your team with all the options you are looking for. This may include emailing your team members with teleclass information, sending email reminders, and any documents that may be needed for training or teleclass.

Working with a virtual assistant works best when you form a long-term collaborative partnership. The best virtual assistants are those who fully understand your business as much as you do. They are not there for a single project; they see the big picture and can think long term. They know that when their business is successful, their business is too. It can be difficult to put aside some of your administrative tasks in your business, but the more you can delegate to your VA, the more time you have for the things you love to do and the things you are good at. When you can focus on what you do best, your business life and personal life become more enjoyable.

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