Finding the right talent to fill your personal assistant role(s) can be tough. It can be a real pressure to find the “right” candidate and if you are not actively involved in recruiting it can be difficult to know exactly where to start – or indeed where to finish in finding the right professional. You may have a list of requirements you expect from your personal assistant but in such a sensitive position it can be difficult to find a candidate you can trust. For this reason, many people choose to outsource their personal assistant recruiting to an external agency.
No business is too big or small to use a PA, and with recent technological development with the internet, the new era of PA’s has come in the form of virtual assistants. Virtual assistants work remotely from their own home but undertake the same duties a normal PA would, and this can offer a cost effective alternative for smaller business who need help. So, what does a PA do? Some of the duties a personal assistant may undertake include email and calendar management, organising transportation, call handling, research and event planning. As an independent contractor, you might also use a PA for basic bookkeeping and invoicing your clients. If you are trying to build an online personal brand, PA’s can also help with managing your social media profiles.
Most Executive Assistants don’t work a typical 9 to 5. They have to be ready and willing to help out when duty calls. And since Executives are never truly off the clock, their “partners in business” never clock out either. Most EAs never repeat the same day twice; that makes an EA’s schedule variable, but incredibly exciting. They might start one day at 6 AM and end the next day at midnight.
Executive Assistants can expand their roles as they develop new skills. So EAs can stay in the same role for a decade, but essentially do a different job every single year. Since EAs pitch in to help in any way possible, they are constantly exposed to opportunities to develop new competencies. This means they can expand the tasks they help with to incorporate their new skills and interests. And since an EAs work is really never done, the possibilities are virtually endless.
Rulai also integrates with most messaging channels, customer service software, enterprise business software, and cloud storage platforms. You can either build a Ruali chatbot from scratch with its drag-and-drop design console and let its AI adapt to your customers or you can implement a pre-trained chatbot that has been fed data from your specific industry.
Imperson builds chatbot solutions, which through conversation, naturally automates the customer journey. An authentic customer chat experience is provided by this conversational bot. Imperson helps you from setting the goals of the chatbot to identifying the correct voice and personality. The platform offers an integrated analytics platform of real-time feedback to improve performance with a completely controlled solution.
Imperson is one of the leading agencies in enterprise chatbots that support text, audio, video, AR, and VR on all major messaging platforms. Its full-service creative studio deploys and hosts your bot, and provides an advanced analytics dashboard including real-time insights to improve performance. They also monitor your chatbot's performance and continuously customizes it based on user behavior.
Amazon Alexa, Apple Siri, Microsoft Cortana, and Google Assistant are all, to some extent, chatbots. A chatbot is a special computer program using artificial intelligence (AI) that conducts a conversation with people, either via auditory or text input. This is precisely what you do when using Alexa and the other products mentioned. However, none of these apps are as advanced as many other chatbots – they really only give predetermined answers to questions that people ask, rather than using much AI to learn from conversations.
MobileMonkey is an all-in-one chatbot platform using AI technology. The platform supports web chat, live chat, SMS and Facebook Messenger bots, and omnichannel marketing. Although it’s not built specifically for the real estate space, MobileMonkey has many realtors that love the platform, as well as all the features the other chatbot platforms on this list have, and more.
This tool allows you to respond to chats in an estimated time of 15 seconds, offering optimal customer service. Jivo Chat offers visitors a non-invasive chat with personalized messages. In this way, if the potential client decides to start a conversation, you or your agents will receive an immediate notification on their mobile or computer to answer this question.
The easiest way to make an intelligent chatbot is to sign up for one of the platforms we have covered here. You can use the tools they provide to make a chatbot that will meet your needs. Most of these platforms cater to non-coders. For example, Botscrew allows you to create, update, train, and analyze the chatbots results on the go with a simple, user-friendly interface. Many other platforms also cater for non-technical users. Some, like ItsAlive and Pandorabots, target more technical users.