You're most welcome. I'm glad that helped.
Thank you also for taking the time to visit our site. Going to our business on virtual assistance, yes, it is a fairly new and growing industry in the online market nowadays. As more and more companies are beginning to do business online, virtual assistants are increasingly becoming in demand.
A virtual assistant does a range of duties, which may include managing your emails, doing administrative and general office tasks, handling your social media accounts, online marketing services, answering phone calls, updating websites, writing articles and a whole lot more. Essentially, the duties of a virtual assistant depends on the needs of the clients and on the specialty or expertise of the VA.
Small business owners, specifically those who have online businesses, are typically the people who use the services of virtual assistants. Virtual assistants help these small business owners by freeing up their workload so that they can focus their energy on tasks that would bring in money to their business instead of using up their time doing administrative tasks.
However with the number of virtual assistants nowadays, it becomes difficult to choose the right one for you. It always pay to do a background check first. And I'd suggest you go for a VA firm than a freelance one.
Itís scary to hire a freelance VA as they might get sick, have emergencies or just generally disappear and leave all your projects hanging! With a VA firm, you can be assured of stability, both in terms of the VAs and technology.
Anyway, what specific advise would you like to have? Just let me know and I'd be more than willing to share some insights. Best of luck to your postgraduate thesis and to your future little one.