With the 24th of November just around the corner, Black Friday is now fast approaching and many businesses are scrambling to get noticed during one of the biggest sales events of the year. If you haven’t already locked in your Black Friday Sales marketing plan, don’t panic! With the help of virtual assistants, your remote team can help you stay on top and stand out.
Video clicks have increased by 400% in the past three years and, if you’re not harnessing the power of video in today’s date, you could be losing out on a significant portion of your business!
Inspired to get a collection of videos recorded, but how do you take your videos from ‘meh’ to ‘wow’? We’ll tell you everything you need to know to get your videos edited and played repeatedly online.
With the expansion of online workspaces, the option of hiring a VA is becoming more and more attractive for business owners but it does come with it’s fair share of challenges. Communication lapses, long learning curves, cultural differences and so on. So how do you overcome such challenges to build a strong long-term relationship with a VA?
Bringing in a new guy or gal into your team is an exciting time – you’re ready to watch your business grow.
Here’s the thing though – you want new employees who will help that growth continue. No one wants the next person they bring in to slow that growth down.
You might have heard that the Australian minimum wage has increased by 3.5% effective July 1 2018. For small businesses around the country, this could mean that hiring new staff is out of the question, and many will be looking for an alternative way to meet their growing business needs.
When it comes to your business, there’s usually something (or too many things shall I say?) that you can outsource.
Let’s face it, you and I both know that Richard Branson wouldn’t be sitting in front of his desk answering emails, writing content and editing videos. He’s probably at Necker Island thinking of the next big idea. So as a business owner, why should you?