25 Tasks You Can Delegate to Apex Virtual Solutions

One of the toughest challenges for a business owner after they’ve retained the services of a virtual assistant company is figuring out what the heck to delegate. Our team has compiled a list of 25 different tasks or projects you can delegate to our team.

  1. Update your website
  2. Write articles based on criteria you provide to our team
  3. Filter through your email to ensure that you don’t miss anything important
  4. Call and confirm your appointments
  5. Create a link building campaign to increase your website  traffic
  6. Design your social media profiles to match your company branding
  7. Online research
  8. Set up your CRM software and prepare training videos
  9. Write an e-book based on your criteria to give away as a freebie to your prospects
  10. Phone prospecting
  11. Create an email marketing campaign
  12. Transcribe your recorded meetings or events
  13. Design your logo
  14. Pre-screen prospective employees
  15. Schedule reservations
  16. Design and order your company business cards, postcards and brochures
  17. Data entry
  18. Setup and manage your bookkeeping software
  19. Make dinner, hotel or car reservations
  20. Prepare an online marketing plan
  21. Manage your social media profiles
  22. Manage your online calendar
  23. Pay your bills online
  24. Write a press release for your business
  25. Design an online advertisement piece

Are you ready to give it a try? Apex Virtual Solutions is an Atlanta based Virtual Assistant company specializing in online marketing, website design and virtual administrative support. Contact us today at 866-874-3647 for a no obligation consultation or visit us online for more information at www.apexassisting.com.

3 thoughts on “25 Tasks You Can Delegate to Apex Virtual Solutions

  1. suji Reply

    Nice article. This one could really help in guiding clients on what tasks to outsource. This is also good in marketing.

  2. Damaris Conger Reply

    These are some really good tips. I hadn’t thought about a few of the points that you mentioned but it makes perfect sense.

    • Trena Stubbs Post authorReply

      Thanks for the feedback Damaris. A good rule of thumb when trying to find tasks to delegate is to ask yourself “is it necessary for the person to be in your office to get things completed?” Most of the time the answer will be no. Technology is so amazing that it allows us the ability to do almost any type of the work from virtually anywhere.

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