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When choosing your Virtual Assistant, make price a secondary consideration. Find someone you can work well with, who offers great customer service, prides themselves on the standard of work they produce for you and is able and willing to take on more and more tasks as the relationship progresses.
Avoid cheap and cheerful! Your own business prices are not the cheapest on the market because the expertise and quality you deliver comes at a price.
It will feel to you as though there are far more minutes in a Virtual Assistant’s hour than you ever remember getting in an employee’s hour, because the time you will be paying for is 100% productive. So look for quality and value—it's an investment that will literally put money back in your pocket.
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- What is a Virtual Assistant?
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- What is the difference between an employee and a Virtual Assistant?
- How quickly can a Virtual Assistant turn work around?
- Do Virtual Assistants adhere to confidentiality agreements?