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How A VA Can Help With Outbound Communications

Are you struggling with growing your small business? Do you feel like you need more hands in order to accomplish what needs to be done? Fortunately, you can find help from a Virtual Assistant that specializes in “all things administration.”

If you’re fostering a growing list of clients for your business, it can be difficult to keep track of whom you need to follow up with and when you need to follow up with them. You don’t want to lose a client because you were busy helping others and their needs fell off your radar.

That being said, it can be difficult to keep track of all your clients on your own, especially if you’re constantly trying to bring in new clients everyday. Here are a few tips about how a Virtual Assistant can help you with your outbound communications:

Book Appointments 

No matter what product or service you’re selling, your priority should be keeping your clients happy. In order to do so, you have to keep an organized account of when and where you have scheduled meetings with certain people. If you have a lot of clients to keep track of, a Virtual Assistant can take the weight off your shoulders and make sure you can keep everything straight with relative ease. 

Confirm Client Meetings 

If you schedule meetings with clients a month or two in advance, it can be helpful to follow up in the days leading up to that meeting. If a client has forgotten, it can be advantageous to remind them of their prior commitment. Even if your client cannot make it to the meeting, following up the week before can help you reschedule your week accordingly. 

Follow-Up With Customers 

Once a customer leaves your sight, it’s nice to find a way to get feedback about your product and their feelings towards it. This takes time, and if you’re running a business largely on your own, it’s most likely time that you don’t have. This is why you can hire a Virtual Assistant to perform follow-up phone calls to get an assessment of your product in the minds of your customers. This can also help you make improvements to your product moving forward. 

Onboard New Clients 

When you start working with a new client, there may be a list of essential business information that must be exchanged. Rather than spending the time recording this pertinent information, you could employ a Virtual Assistant to create an aesthetically pleasing spreadsheet of all necessary information for quick and easy reference in the future.

At VA Team, we consider outbound calling to be one of our CORE services. We have experience working with a number of clients from a diverse range of industries. All of these clients have a unique set of needs and preferences.

Our consultative process is designed to help us understand your business’ specific needs. This helps us to ensure that the core services defined for you will be tailored to your distinctive taste.

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