Wedding photography season is in high gear as spring and summer wedding mania sets in and brides are stressing about every single detail but are you there for them?
Virtual Receptionist Los Angeles
There were a few years, not so long ago, where, as a business owner, I would pick up the phone to make sure it was still working. Now, it’s seems like it keeps ringing all the time.
Have you had the need to bring one of your animals to the Vet lately? I have and here’s what I have found. At most vet’s offices you will almost always find an overworked receptionist trying hard to handle the waiting room, the phones, making pet tags, checking in patients and more. With all […]
When running a business from home there can be some unique challenges. On common complaint is because you work out of your home, there are friends and relatives who still don’t understand that you do actually have a real job. They figure if you are home, even if you are in an office in […]
Almost all small businesses begin as solopreneurs. Someone decides they can offer a better product or service or they get tired of the corporate grind. It doesn’t matter why, let it suffice to say that most businesses start small.
It’s that most wonderful time of the year. Once again. How did the Holidays come ’round again so soon? It baffles the mind. No matter whether it has come too quickly or not, it’s here and we have to do our best to get through the Holidays with as little stress as possible.
There are times when all of us wish there were more hours in a day. Enough hours to get all of our paperwork done and be home at a reasonable time. Hours dedicated to working out and attending our children’s athletic events. Perhaps more time to simply sit quietly and think. Maybe, just maybe, […]
How can a virtual receptionist help to build customer relationships? Let’s discuss. We are all familiar with the old adage, work smarter not harder. But how can you as a small business owner get everything done and have time for family and work? We have an idea about that. How about using Virtual Employees. For example […]
I remember a time when voice mail was all the rage. You never had to miss a call from a valued person, they could simply leave you a voice mail. At first it was kind of wonderful, because you could return people’s calls if you missed them. But then, it got bad.
What does good customer service mean to you? Does the quality of your customer service really matter that much to the success of your business?