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Start Here: Delegate these tasks to create more free time

As an entrepreneur with goals for a growing business, you’re probably always on the lookout for ways to get more done in less time. If your hours are valuable and time freedom is high on your list of priorities, keep reading. Here are some things you can begin delegating right now to take back more of your time while continuing to nurture your business.

Where to start: Delegate these tasks to create more free time

Copywriting: Blogs, emails, social media captions, lead magnets, and so much more. If you have a blog title idea but not much free time, you can make sure it gets done with the help of a Virtual Assistant or other team member. The same is true for email marketing campaigns. Your virtual assistant can help to quickly create first drafts and generate ideas for copy throughout your website and media.

Research: Virtual assistants can conduct research on a variety of topics, including market trends, competitors, and potential customers. If you need details to make important decisions but don’t have hours to dedicate to research, getting some help is a great option. You can continue moving your business forward in an informed way while using your work hours to focus on higher level tasks.

Customer Service & CRM: Entrusting some of your customer service tasks to a team member allows you to provide better a better customer experience while also responding more efficiently. If you’re not already doing so, using a CRM software can help you keep track of your leads and interactions with customers.

Bookkeeping and Accounting: While you’re leading and driving your company, your virtual assistant can help handle bookkeeping tasks such as reconciling accounts, generating invoices, and tracking expenses.

Social Media Management: Social media is a crucial aspect of modern business, but it can be time-consuming to manage. Delegating social media management to a team member or virtual assistant allows you to focus on growing your business.

Data Entry: Data entry is a repetitive and time-consuming task that can be easily delegated to a team member. Tracking information such as receipts and expenses or filling in spreadsheets part of the administrative workload that can easily be shifted to someone else to free up some of your time.

Email Management. A virtual assistant can help organize, manage, and respond to your emails. A virtual assistant can help make sure that important emails get prioritized, helping you to stay on top of things. In addition, they can help plan email marketing campaigns, analyze results, and help anticipate any support you might need. 

As a small business owner, having the right support means you can find extra hours in your day while staying focused on growth, all of this without sacrificing work-life balance.  Embracing the power of delegation can help you scale your business without sacrificing your health or happiness. 

But how will you know when it’s time to start letting go of some of the admin tasks? Start by reading Signs That It’s Time to Start Delegating for more information.

Virtual Assistant & Online Business Manager