Virtual Assistants

Sooner or later, everyone reaches the point of burnout, when they simply crave a solid vacation. It’s great to take a break once in a while, but you most likely can’t afford to leave your company unattended. This is where virtual assistants come in. Hire one and, after the training period,  leave them to do all of your chores while you’re gone.

This is our list of the best virtual assistant services on the market.

Discover a service, primarily targeting small business owners, physicians, real estate agents, real estate investors, etc. offering both technical and non-technical virtual assistants.

If your startup operates or targets the US market, there’s a service offering American virtual assistants to help complete your tasks. They’ll cover everything you need, from email management and scheduling to social media management and data entry.

On the other hand, if you want a cheaper alternative, there’s a matchmaking platform that offers virtual assistants from overseas, primarily the Philippines, skilled with great English proficiency.

Similar services offer even a bigger directory of remote workers from over 180 countries across the world. They cater to entrepreneurs, SMBs, and even eCommerce businesses, and their workers are neatly trained in completing time-intensive tasks such as document creation and web research.