When To Hire An OBM (Online Business Manager)
The business you started is your baby. You coddled, encouraged, fed, and watched it grow into the thriving place it is today.
Now, your baby is ready to stand on its own. BUT you need to be prepared as a business owner.
Here are some questions to ask yourself before you decide you need an OBM:
Does everything feel like absolute chaos?
Are your employees unable to work efficiently to complete their tasks?
Are you stuck on finding new ideas or techniques?
Does your business feel outdated?
Are you constantly at the office, with no free time?
If you answered yes to any one of these questions, well, STOP MAKING EXCUSES.
Make the decision to push the immense possibilities of your business.
Build An Investment
Hiring an online business manager is one of the best investments you will ever make for your business.
Why? They invest and inhale themselves into every nook and cranny of your business. If you invest in an OBM, they will invest just as much time and energy back to you.
That worth is more than just money. It’s what will keep your business going.
What else do they offer? Every experienced online business manager will have multiple skills to pass on to you. They will have programs, productivity tools, and expertise to make sure every project runs nice and smooth, dealing with any issues in advance, and keeping track of every little thing you need done.
An OBM is your partner in crime, and they guide your business to be better.
How is this any different from employing a manager in-house? Well, an OBM isn’t an employee. They are a contractor, which means you can try them out first. You can see what the fuss is about, and establish them with just a few hours a month. There are no financial or legal obligations. Plus they already have an office set-up at home, which means you don’t have to deal with any additional costs or time to do it.
Even if they are virtual and working at home, that doesn’t mean they will be any less effective with your team. Nowadays it’s incredibly easy to keep in touch whether that’s through Skype, email, instant messaging, calling, or by text.
Don’t lose out on all the money-saving, virtual perks. Hire an OBM for all the right reasons.
Where do I start? Start by writing down all the services you need handled. Is it tracking sales and web traffic? Managing employees and projects? Operations management like marketing or your website?
Once you’ve got an idea, take our free evaluation and propel your business on the right track!