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I also have ran across clients in need of financial recordkeeping.
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Most of my clients are looking for REVA (Real Estate Va), SEO or Content Manager.
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Most of mine would be either 1SC, Infusionsoft or Virtual Events.
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For most of mine it is social media and general office tasks like POs, sales, email, customer, employee or vendor relations. It use to be writing, but I have been slowly moving away from that.
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Mine seems to change weekly I have a lot that want their paper files scanned, organizing data, research, Quickbooks, newsletters, e-mails, last month I had a transcribing project. This month I am doing a lot of Quickbooks and research. I have never concentrated on only one or two services.
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Mine is web design and I'm loving it! :-)
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Im noticing that database creation and cleanup and Promotional/Marketing consulting (I can come up with ideas for others but sometimes I cant for myself) are big demands for me.
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Social media is not my expertise I have people that help me with mine. What I use the most are QuickBooks, Invoicing, Newsletters, Scanning, Data Entry.
The majority of what I do most is what my clients hate most.
I am just starting out and trying to determine my services. When you do client data entry how does that work - do they supply you with the information they want in a database? Do they send you their data base to enter information? And how do they send you the data? Is it via e-mail? Faxed? Snail mail?

What kind of turn around time do they expect?

Thanks for your patience with all my questions.
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For most of mine it is social media and general office tasks like POs, sales, email, customer, employee or vendor relations. It use to be writing, but I have been slowly moving away from that.
What does it entail when you handle email for clients? Are you answering their e-mail for them?
Also when you handle their social media - what does that mean - are you posting comments for them daily on facebook and twitter or are you handling an event or ad campaign?
Thanks for your answers
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Gravics,

You may want to take your individual questions to the appropriate category such as Business Development or Social Media or Email. I say this not be offensive in any way because you have good questions. But you will open up the questions to more people and receive more responses given that this thread is about the most asked for services.

While I am quite sure my colleagues here will be pleased to answer your questions, if you want to get a broad perspective, try the categories I mentioned.

Another good thing to do is to poke around other virtual assistant websites who specialize in social media or email management, for example. You will see listings of services which explains what a particular VA will handle. When I was starting out, this type of research was a big help.

Good luck!

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