Virtual Employee – Can You Afford It?

Getting a virtual employee for your business is the best way to do business in this era of tough competition. In terms of finances and assistance, the virtual employees hired by you will definitely perform at par in comparison with the other employees.

So Why A Consider Virtual Employee?

Virtual employees work in teams and they use team collaboration software’s to conduct as well as manage the daily business. Virtual teams are primarily consisted of staff members, supervisors, clients and partners with outsourced professional in general cases. They provide small businesses a valuable and cost effective team to work with.

Virtual employees or we can say virtual assistants do not make you spend hefty financial resources on them. Unlike the real staff and employees they don’t demand your contribution for unemployment insurance and payroll taxes like stuff. You don’t even need to invest too much for hardware to let them settle down in your office. They work on internet and that is where you can have the maximum output from.

When you hire a virtual employee you actually utilize four underlying benefits of this act.

Benefits would be like hiring no-employees, members may be anywhere, but would certainly work for you; you can get real time communication with them, and last is that you will attain ease and efficiency in everything they do.

Want Your Own Virtual Employee?

For small business owners MyPhoneRoom has just became a windfall gift. MyPhoneRoom is an easy way for substituting and simplifying calling. It is a dialer cum contact management software which employs professional staff to contact the businesses’ contact leads.

It’s not like that you would be having a “hands-off” approach to your leads this way. It is an outsource-calling method similar to virtual employees that utilizes internet to conduct the given task. When a customer fills the contact form on the site, that information is used by MyPhoneRoom to scrutinize the prospects.

The scrutiny of leads to be contacted is done on the basis of their area of interest. The scrutinizing in the initial phase helps in cutting down the cost of making unworthy calls to leads if any. With the help of this amazing tool the executive can speak to genuinely interested leads only and can leave the unqualified and non-serious prospects aside. Virtual Employee is a tool that certainly brings down the overall operating costs for the business for sure.

Remember, the main reason so many businesses fail is due to a shortage of cash flow. If the business was breaking even or in profit all the time then businesses would never shut down. This isn’t the case though. To many work and do everything burning out the owner, you. When you get burned out the very first thing that pops up is “is this worth all the hassle and work?”. For those who are in the red or only breaking even working for free is not their idea of financial freedom. Plan for your business from the start and build like a real business and not a hobby but actually employing at least one virtual employee to do some work for you.

The Tedious Work For A Virtual Employee

Calling and screening leads is a boring but necessary task. You can NOT build a business selling products or services if you plan to avoid people. People are your source of income. Connect with qualified individuals and let your virtual employee do the sifting and sorting for you. By doing this, you can then maximize your time and build faster.

Don’t think a virtual employee is for the rich, get with the times and check out how I personally use to never speak with another tire kicker again.

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7 thoughts on “Virtual Employee – Can You Afford It?

  1. Lawrence Tam says:

    cost per week minimum is the monthly cost /4. I believe the pro level is like $25/month

    all the rest is based on usage.

  2. wendell says:

    Hi Lawrence. What would you say is the cost per week for MPR for you?


    1. Lawrence Tam says:

      email me and let’s talk about what I’m spending to get you a better idea

    1. Lawrence Tam says:

      [email protected]:disqus  – i would recommend you watch the entire presentation here

      they are doing a buy 1 get 1 free for the next couple days for my guests. After logging in and watching call 800-222-8289in terms of cost it’s what you use plus a monthly fee. Most pay $30. I pay $50 per month. in the last week they did 377 calls for me. You only get charged for REAL people. If they say no or yes. you never get charged for bad numbers or international numbers (they are opening up new regions but for now USA and canada, some bahamas) or even fake numbers. I generate my own and buy their opportunity leads which are dirt cheap and respond better then some of my own funnels.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Great post.  I’ve used other similar systems and was not that satisfied with the results.  How do you like my phone room and the results you’ve received?


    1. Lawrence Tam says:

      @jrobberson:disqus  if you go and check out any of my personal trainings like my bootcamp or my internal team trainings you will always see that I will always recommend my phone room. If you have some leads or no leads you will always need a way to connect and close.

      the only people i would not recommend this for are those who are full time and are fully outsourcing their traffic. if your doing your own traffic and are not on the phone 5-6 hours day then it’s a no brainer to screen your leads.  I think for the next couple days my phone room is doing a buy 1 get 1 free account and I’m pushing it right now to my internal teams to use this to build theirs.

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