Virtual Receptionist Services

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1 Simple Trick to Reduce Business Costs by $35,000

For most small businesses, a full-time equivalent (FTE), in-house receptionist is cost prohibitive. The salary for one falls somewhere around $39,000 annually. And even if you opt to hire a part-time receptionist, the cost is going to be around $25,000—and the receptionist will not be available during certain work hours.

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The Biggest Problems Solved by a Virtual Receptionist

Solopreneurs and small businesses have overflowing plates. It is difficult for them to keep up with the demands they face. And if they are not careful, they can find themselves spending most of their time answering incoming calls and responding to texts and emails. Add the responsibilities of personal lives—getting kids to school, music lessons, and to before- and after-school activities, running errands, scheduling time to spend with your partner—and things can become very hectic and stressful for small business owners and solopreneurs.

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How Does Live Web Chat Work? 4 Small Business Use Cases

Customer engagement is king when it comes to business success. Introduction of digital engagement channels such as live web chat makes it possible for small businesses to compete on a level playing field with much larger counterparts when it comes to delivering delightful experiences to customers.

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25 Tasks to Outsource to a Virtual Assistant

Virtual assistants can be a huge benefit to small businesses that often are inundated with administrative tasks and responsibilities. Hiring full-time or even contractor is often beyond the financial reach of a small business.

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How a Live Virtual Receptionist Can Increase Your Productivity

If you’re thinking only full-time solopreneurs and freelancers are affected by the demands of flying solo, think again. Today’s gig economy is rapidly transforming the definition of work, and many professionals are hanging out their shingles for part-time work in the evenings and on the weekends. 

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