While the origins of Thanksgiving are not native to the Philippines, MyOutDesk’s hard-working Virtual Professionals understand and appreciate the spirit of being grateful for one’s blessings. Aside for the company-wide outreach that we organize each year, our Virtual Professionals in their respective regions take the holiday season to give back to their communities to those […]
Be Ready To Work With A Virtual Assistant
Virtual assistants provide a wealth of benefits to you and your real estate company if the collaboration is executed properly. If you are trying to decide if a VA is right for you, you need to keep the following tips in mind to make sure you make the most out of your newest addition to the team.
Communicate the Duties and Responsibilities
A virtual assistant typically doesn’t require extensive training, but you will need to spend some time with them just as you would an in-house team member. Don’t expect them to come fully equipped with your systems and desires understood, you will need to communicate your needs and expectations. Creating daily lists and goals, with deadlines, will ensure the most important tasks are completed in a timely manner. Read more
This is a great article featuring MyOutDesk along with a few of our clients speaking about how they create leverage using Virtual Assistants.
The article is well balanced and offers both pros and some cons that are important to share. The clients in this article are some of our longest tenured and referral partners and we appreciate their support.
Here is the article in an image form, click on the image to expand it or you can download the PDF version by clicking here.
Do you spend a lot of time organizing and attempting to execute a marketing strategy that you’re not equipped for? Do you have the time to do your social media engagement, website updates, and the creation of flyers and other collateral?
Chances are you, the answer to all of those is the same…you don’t have the time, nor the expertise to execute on it all. PLUS, isn’t your job to sell homes?
Last we checked, real estate agents weren’t “marketers.” Check out this infographic to see more of what your Marketing Virtual Assistant will do for you here: Read more
First introduced into the mass media in the late 1990’s the Virtual Assistant or VA has widely become popularized in this new dawn age of technology. In a nutshell, a virtual assistant is someone that works from home and completes any given task via the computer and or internet.
The typical virtual assistant can have a variety of backgrounds. Skills that are sought for by employers are; administrative and executive assistant, web page design, data entry, office manager, real estate services and transaction coordinators just to name a few.
Virtual assistants can be either self employed and work on their own, or they can work for a virtual assistant placement agency. This is an agency in which they work for and the agency will then do the placing for them. One such agency for example, is Myoutdesk.com.