Do you get so many emails that it’s hard to stay focused on the important things? Or do you miss responding to new enquiries because you’re just too busy dealing with actual work in your business?
That is where a virtual assistant can come in. At Summerfield Admin Services we work with you to ensure you’re happy with the level of access and the types of emails you’d like us to respond to. We keep your customers happy and that in turn keeps you happy. You pay for our service by the minute so if there is only 2 emails one day, then we only charge you for dealing with them. At the end of the month, we total up all the time and charge you accordingly.
We had one client who had so many emails from a lead management company that she often missed important work emails from clients. We were able to set up a separate folder for these emails and automatically put them into this folder making it much more manageable. Her inbox went from 1500 to 300. Now she is much more productive and if she wants to follow up on one of the leads, she can go to that specific folder.
Most emails comes with a calendar so we can also help manage your appointments ensuring there are no clashes and that you are prepared for your next meeting. Set up reminders for actions to help you prioritise your to-do list.
They also have a contacts manager. Do you have a list of business cards just sat in a pile? We love to get you organised to input all the names and any notes you have about the service that company provide. It’s all easily searchable. No more hunting for that number – it’s all there at your finger tips.
These are small changes to help you keep on top of the admin. There are obviously many other things we can do to help you get organised. Check out our blog on top tips for email management.
If you would like to know more about getting organised and making the most of your time, contact us for a free 30 minute consultation to see how we can help you. firstname.lastname@example.org
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