McClure Virtual Business Solutions Social Media Management Services
At MVBS, in addition to our general administrative services, we also offer social media management services for businesses and professionals. The following is a list of our services:
Daily posts – on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or like sites. You provide the sources or we can do it for you! If you desire us to do the research we will submit a week’s schedule worth of content in advance for client approval prior to posting.
(We offer discounted monthly rates however, these packages may also be purchased on a weekly basis)
Blog Posts – We all know that blogs are the go to places for industry information these days and MVBS will work with you to manage your blog on a regular basis. Again, you provide the content (notes, outlines, etc.) or we will do it for you.
(We also offer discounts for multiple weekly posts!)
Social Media Combination Prepaid Packages – Combination packages are available at a discounted rate on a customized basis.
For example: 2 Facebook posts a day and 2 weekly blog posts could be available at a packaged price.
Content Writing for Online Publications – Need a ghost writer because you’ve been meaning to write that industry article for some time now and just can’t seem to find the time to do it? Send us the information or topic and we will research and write it for you! Now is the time to get working on your plans to becoming known as your industry’s expert/go to person.
For more information and pricing on our social media and blog management services, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our August Client of the Month is Gayle Morales, Realtor with Keller Williams North Central Massachusetts. MVBS assists Gayle with business development services on a project basis. Gayle decided to become a Realtor because she extremely enjoys working with people. It gives her great satisfaction helping her clients with one of the most important decisions in their life, the purchase of a home.
Her work experience has helped her to prioritize and be organized in the work place. She has a great understanding of the importance to remain calm in crisis situations and work well with people. She is talented and resourceful in handling any situation that comes her way. Gayle’s focus is always on a win – win outcome. She has been college educated in the Business industry has been told that she is hardworking, thoughtful, patient, practical, sincere and honest. (and we at MVBS can vouch for that! 🙂 )
Gayle’s motto is “My goal is to help you achieve your goal”.
To find out more about Gayle’s services and your local real estate market, contact her at Gaylewithkellerwilliams@yahoo.com. She’d be happy to answer any questions you may have!
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So you have signed on with a Virtual Assistant, now what? Having a VA can be one of the best financial decisions you do for yourself and your business but if you do not approach it in the right way, you can end up wasting both you and your VA’s time as well as your financial investment. The following is a few ideas to keep in mind when utilizing your Virtual Assistant to ensure you, the Client are receiving satisfactory results:
1. Make sure you are utilizing a firm with a team of Virtual Assistants
This is important in order to eliminating any possibilities or circumstances where you may have an urgent task and your assigned VA is unavailable unexpectedly. A firm that works within a team structure has other team members to direct you to and fall back on when they are unavailable. No missed deadlines makes everyone happy and ensures peace of mind.
2. Give precise instructions
Communication is key when interacting with your Virtual Assisstant. Since you do not interact with your VA in person and they are not in your particular business’ office setting, it is important that you give your VA as much information as possible. Once you have a task for your Virtual Assistant, make sure you are clear and to the point when requesting assistance from your VA. One good way to avoid miscommunication is to request your VA respond to your request with their game plan on how they will complete the task at hand. It is also important to let your VA know what the task is for or about so that you both are on the same page as to what is expected or needed.
3. Conduct Damage Control
When assigning tasks to your Virtual Assistant, it is important to set deadlines or give desired completion dates/times. Another good damage control system to implement is to request status updates every few hours/days, (depending on the type of task), or request that your VA submits updates at specified times that work for both of you.
If you keep the above items in mind when utilizing your Virtual Assistant, you can be confident that you and your VA are on the same page and you both can feel comfortable and strong in the results of the Client/VA relationship. McClure Virtual Business Solutions understands that the idea of hiring a Virtual Assistant can be a little unnerving as you have to trust someone you never met (most likely) with the details of your business and livlihood. We are sensitive to this fact, which is why it is Team MVBS’ philosopy to approach our Client’s businesses as if they were our own. For more ideas on how to get the most from your VA and what to expect from a VA relationship, contact us at email@example.com.