We came to write this blog off the back of our weekly blog title idea that we share with our social media followers, but upon having a quick look back through our previous blogs, we realised we'd uploaded the same blog exactly a year ago – what a happy coincidence! If...
If you’ve never worked with a Virtual Assistant before, the idea of doing so can be daunting. You’re either used to taking on every aspect of your business yourself and may be reluctant to hand over control, or you’ve previously utilised the skills of your in-house staff and have delegated to them, meaning you’ve still been able to oversee their work physically.
All businesses begin as an idea. Some never become much more than that, while others snowball into something much larger than expected.
If you follow us on social media, you may have heard the news – our Managing Director, Lisa, is representing The Edwards Company as a finalist in the West Midlands PA Awards!
As the COVID-19 restrictions begin to lift, it’s likely that you’ll be thinking about transitioning back to office work and what that might look like for your business.
Considering the varying degrees of impact the pandemic has had on all businesses, a back to office transition will look different for everyone, and there’s no real way of knowing exactly what it will look like until it begins to happen. For you and your business, that may stir up some anxieties about how the process will work and whether you’ll be able to navigate through it as successfully as possible.
Here at The Edwards Company, we help small start-up businesses get up and running with creative content that converts. We offer a range of copywriting packages, but our most popular by far is the ‘Small but Strong’, aptly named for its ability to create a powerful online presence, without breaking the bank.
It’s no secret that spring is the season for change. Winter is long gone, the sun is re-emerging from its hibernation, daffodils are popping up anywhere and everywhere. We think that makes it the perfect opportunity to blow out some of those content cobwebs to give your company website the boost it needs to bloom. We’re talking the whole shebang – new copy, new focus, new targets, and most importantly, new opportunities for success. A Content Spring Clean, if you will!
Creating engaging, valuable content for your business blog is a full-time job. You want to post as regularly as possible to drive engagement and boost exposure, but coming up with multiple fresh ideas all the time can be challenging.
You may find that, around this time each year in particular, you’ve used up all your best ideas and are waiting around for inspiration to strike. We know all too well that sometimes, it just doesn’t.
Sometimes situations can arise (a global pandemic, for example) that can impact your business; staff shortages, lockdowns and the furlough scheme have all meant that many companies over the last year or so have reached out to Virtual Assistants for credit control support.
Does anyone else feel like they’re still somehow trapped in March 2020? Schools are closed, stay at home orders are back in place, meetings are over zoom, and social distancing looks set to stay for the foreseeable future.