Travel research and arrangements: have your VA research on destinations, hotels and fares, specify the details and present you with the top options.
Ordering supplies: develop an office supply inventory spreadsheet. Instruct your VA to order supplies and track inventory (and spending) as needed.
Professional reading curation: give your VA a list of keywords and ask her to search for related blog posts, articles, podcasts and videos for later review.
Business research: most important business decisions require time-consuming research. Your VA can conduct the initial steps and, if appropriate, prepare reports.
Presentation development: send your notes to your VA and ask her to convert them into a PowerPoint or other type of presentation.
Social media updates: your VA can update your social media accounts and respond to communications.
Obtaining quotes: need to purchase a product or service? Your VA can request quotes from suppliers on your behalf.
Hiring: your VA can place job ads, sort through applications and help you check references or run background checks.
Reputation defense: ask your VA to search the web for mentions of you or your company. If she spots negative content, she can notify you so that you can address the issue.
Website updates: your VA can update your websites with fresh content, make corrections and manage links.
Blogging: regularly updated blogs get more readers. Have your VA post relevant content when you don’t have time to write a post.
Charitable giving management: your VA can research charities and provide you with information so that you can choose which charities you wish to support. VAs can also field requests from charitable groups who would like you to sponsor their events or activities.
Personal shopping: have your VA do your personal shopping online for you.