A UK small business shouldn’t stay at the same level forever. In fact, if you think big, it shouldn’t stay as a small business. Your aim should be to grow your business eventually.
Happy weekend to everyone! Any plans for today? Well, mine is to give you a few bits and pieces about the offline aspect of your UK online business.
TGIF! I hope you’re doing good with your UK home business. If you’re still looking to improve it, here are two tips to increase engagement. This is in continuation of the infographic just this Wednesday, which is about starting your business at zero cost. (If you missed it, click here to catch up). Read more
As a business, certainly you would want to make yourself known. That goes for every business owner, whether it’s a UK small business or a big-ticket international corporation. If you own a small business, you have an even greater motivation to do so. People must know that you exist, of course, before they can buy from you. Read more
This week’s infographic series is on easy, no-cost methods of beginning a UK home business. Today, we’ll talk about starting one at the price of nothing. Read more
Are you planning to start your own UK online business? If yes, then you have made the right choice. An online business is both convenient and flexible. However, just like any other business, you need to find a niche. It should be one that suits your personality and passion. The success of your online business will depend on that niche. Read more
I’ve been talking a lot about Clickbank UK recently: how to pick products, using statistics, and even understanding that thing called “Gravity”. I’m quite confident you learned a lot of things that you can apply to your own UK online business. But I haven’t told you yet what “affiliate marketing” really is. Read more
I hope you’re all having a great Sunday! Keep on relaxing; you’ll need all the strength you can get for the week ahead to lead your UK online business to success!
It never hurts to feed your mind every so often though. In case you missed yesterday’s Author’s Pick, you can always read it again here. One of the things mentioned about setting up your UK online business is hiring a virtual assistant.
Virtual assistants can give you a heap of relief, especially with administrative and clerical work. In other words, the stuff that you’d rather not do yourself. That way, you can focus more on growing your UK online business and taking care of your clients.
So without further ado, here are some of the perks of working with virtual assistants.
1. Hiring a Virtual Assistant Saves You a Lot of Money
VA’s get paid only for the hours they work, so if they only want to work 4 hours a day, you only pay them for 4 hours of work a day. Also, you don’t have to pay for additional equipment like desks, chairs, and computers. VA’s provide their own hardware. Additionally, you don’t have to spend on additional benefits like paid leaves, health insurance, taxes, and others.
You’ll get to save a lot of money while still getting the services that your UK online business needs.
2. Virtual Assistants Provide Great Quality of Service
VA’s always have a reputation to keep, so they always strive to provide a good quality of service to their clients. Since they only get paid for the hours that they work, they have to be productive so they can earn (not just by showing up to the office every day). For this reason a VA may even perform a lot better than a traditional employee.
They always meet your expectations. Sometimes, they even exceed your expectations.
On top of that, many VA’s usually specialise in a particular field. They train themselves and gain experience in that field. So essentially, hiring a VA means hiring someone who is highly qualified and knowledgeable about what they are doing.
The best part is that you can have this service for a fraction of the cost of a regular employee!
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