Last week we blogged about the importance of thinking differently.
We discussed the Sharing Economy, whereby people from around the country collaborate daily. We mentioned the difference between hiring a full-time assistant and contracting out part-time, project-by-project assistant work (which, by the way, could be done by someone on the East or West coast; in the North or South).
Today we are going to elaborate on the concept of hiring virtual talent. First, we must define it.
What is virtual talent?
Virtual talent consists of freelance workers from around the United States who provide business owners with the support they need to bring their businesses to the next level.
What are virtual talent services?
The services run the gamut, but here are some examples:
• Word processing
• Professional organization
• Editing and proofreading
• Non-profit support
• Desktop publishing
• Calendar management
• Bill paying
• Internet commerce
• Personal assistant
• Legal and paralegal services
• Author assistance
You don’t necessarily need a full-time bill payer, nor do you need your travel booker to be around from 9 to 5. And it’s extremely rare (if not impossible) that you could combine all of the services in one person’s full-time job.
So what’s the answer? Hiring virtual talent.
If you hire virtual talent through us, you’ll rest assured that your contractor is competent and pre-approved by our staff. We have so much talent in our database that wants to help you build your business today.
What are you waiting for?
Call 952.921.8813 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.