The easiest way to maintain a virtual assistant (especially multiple) is to create a well-detailed document or video showing what and how a task should be handled.
I also noticed that virtual assistants do best with tasks that require you to move a piece of data from point A to point B.
When it came to something more creative such as writing or designing something, they often performed poorly.
In these areas, you should spend a bit more to have an experienced virtual assistant from the USA to complete the task.
Anyway, this has been my experience with virtual experiences and other startups across a wide variety of industries are using VA's as well to reduce costs.
What are you waiting for?
Go catch those trends?
This post was written by Dejon Brooks