You’ll simply need to produce the content and hand it over to your VA, and he or she will take care of the rest. This one task can save you 30 minutes or more on a daily basis, per article upload.
Creating Property Pages – A WordPress VA can help you create individual property pages for your real estate website, especially if you’re using a real estate focused WordPress theme like WP Residence. Individual property pages can be helpful for SEO, even if you are already getting property pages created automatically through an IDX or VOW data feed.
Creating Team Profiles – A WordPress virtual assistant can create individual agent or team member profile pages for your company, and add new pages as you bring on new people. This can be quite easy with many themes that specifically have agent or team member pages integrated into the CMS.
Revamping Old Content – A WordPress VA can help you reformat legacy content into your blog’s current style. For example, you might have some embarrassingly ugly articles from years ago that you wish to modernize into the crisp, clean style you currently have. Your WordPress VA can go through your entire blog and reformat all legacy articles and save you a bundle of time while he or she is at it.
Link Building – A WordPress virtual assistant can help with both internal and external link building. He or she can help add internal backlinks to new and existing articles in your blog, and also reach out to webmasters of blogs with related content who may be interested in linking to your article or blog.
Blog Management – One of the most important WordPress virtual assistant services that a VA can do is to manage a master spreadsheet containing a row for each page of content on your blog. This row should have columns for various tasks that should be done, such as adding a dedicated video or infographic to the page, or whether the page has been re-formatted a certain way. This way, your VA can help you control the chaos and give you a snapshot of what still needs to be done on your blog.