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Is anyone using or have any insight in using virtual assistants? Anyone research virtual assistants? What are your thoughts on virtual assistants? Hints, tricks, thoughts wanted.

One reason I am looking into this is related to having a live operator. I would like someone to be able to answer screen calls for me. I think it is important to answer every call that comes in. I want a live person vs. leaving a voicemail.

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@frstbubble I have been going through the process of setting something up. At the moment I am using an answering service but it’s not ideal as there is no consistency on how the calls are answered and limited knowledge of your business and technical inquiries. If you can afford it I would spend the extra money on hiring one individual.
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@Snap Thanks, for the info. I am finding in my research that VA and answering services are two completely different things. I did see one VA service that you can have your VA working for you 8 hours a day. This might just be the ticket.

I don't need one right now but it may become necessary soon.
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They are but VA can answer phones too and may be able to work out a monthly retainer / hours on the phone and have them track the time.

My operators place orders too. I have an online order form for residential real estate that they fill out with the client which is pretty straight forward and are instructed to take a message for commercial work, inquiries or any other calls. I get the order in a confirmation email in between jobs and try to contact them ASAP with availability. Saves me a lot of time lost over the phone.
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