In virtual assistance industry, it is very likely that the less you pay for your assistant, the more it will cost you for the remedy of an unsatisfactory task. However, seldom are virtual assistance service providers ready to admit this, insisting that alluring low price and state-of-the-art service can come side by side. Uncovering some providers’ low-price tags, you’ll see how they cut costs in the following aspects:
1 venue for workplace: A lot of virtual assistants are home-based freelancers.
2 less recruitment costs: face-to-face interview might be skipped; Generally speaking, one assistant has to do multi-types of work ranging from data entry to WordPress design.
3 “thrifty” on communicational cost: they are cautious about extra expenditure generated by long phone calls and video conference.
Disadvantages caused by above factors such as project delay, failure in communication and lack of focus will generate extra cost for clients, namely, you have to spend more time in order to achieve expected results.
However, some virtual assistance service providers, like Bpovia, are dedicated to providing first-rate service rather than participating in price biding competition. Our services are better with reasonable price. We boast 3 advantages over other companies:
1 Thanks to team work and project based cooperation, we achieve higher efficiency with each one doing the task he or she is good at. For instance, VAs take care of clients; graphic designers work on innovative creation and web programmers focus on site construction and maintenance.
2 Because we work together in the office building, Bpovia is more of a well-structured company rather than a group of home-based freelancers.
3 With Skype, international phone line and video conference operating simultaneously, effective and timely communication with our clients becomes our prestigious advantage.
As the Chinese proverb goes, Cheapness bargains no fine goods; fine goods are not cheap. It is cost performance ratio that rules. And Bpovia is just the kind of provider you are looking for.
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