How it should work

Sales

Hiring a Virtual Assistant with a vision to enhance your sales volume is one of the first, yet most important hires that you can make as an entrepreneur. Until you have someone on your team that you can delegate specific tasks to, many business owners will continue to waste valuable time and energy on activities that don’t actually contribute to the growth of their business.

The key difference between a “solopreneur” (someone who is the only person in their business) and a business owner is a team!

As a business owner, one doesn’t do everything by themselves. They build systems and employ people to perform tasks for them and achieve desired results. These are necessary steps to building a scalable business that continues to grow, even when you are not on the clock.

Whether you hire a single Virtual Assistant or you build an entire team of virtual staff, outsourcing to remote team members can have a significant impact on your productivity and the growth of your business.

Here are some of the main duties a Sales Virtual Assistant can perform and help your business reach new heights:

Direct Sales

  • Make outbound calls to prospects and existing clients
  • Conduct prospecting research on new & existing niche markets
  • Prepare sales proposals
  • Answer the clients queries
  • Conduct SWOT & Competitor's analysis
  • Prepare Sales Reports
  • Attend Trade shows/webinars

Email Marketing Campaigns

  • Personalise your messages
  • Segment your subscribers
  • Send mobile friendly emails
  • Test copy, design and buttons
  • Automate email campaigns when possible

Content Marketing

  • Figure Out the Best Content Channels and decide on content types.
  • Create and manage Content Calendar
  • Create, Distribute and Market the Content
  • Measure the results and prepare reports

Social Media Campaigns

  • Research, strategy and implementation of social media programs.
  • Managing, monitoring and maintaining social media sites and consistently updating content and design.
  • Coordination of all social media activities within designated response times.
  • Researching, data scraping and compiling content into editorial calendars.
  • Editing/designing social media pages.
  • Writing rich content blog posts. In some cases this may be the role of a copywriter who works closely with the social media marketer.
  • Prepare polls and competitions to engage audience

Digital Marketing, SEO & SME

  • Building an SEO strategy specific to the objectives of the clients
  • Content marketing, writing and editing content
  • Link building, rank tracking, keyword research and writing meta tags
  • Experience with various web optimisation tools
  • Performing competitor analysis and technical audits
  • Performing analytics to gauge website's health check

"Making a customer experience investment should not be considered a business cost, but a sales opportunity. The pennies that go into developing a better customer experience will come back to you ten times over in sales"

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