Collaborating with your business to oversee the content presented on websites and blogs. Taking responsibility for creating, editing, posting, updating, and occasionally cleaning up outdated content.
Don’t have the office space, supplies, or equipment for someone to come INTO your business?
THEN YOU NEED AN ONLINE BUSINESS MANAGER!
I have more than 30 years of administrative experience and have worked in positions such as executive assistant, and office manager/supervisor. For 10 years, I also owned and managed a busy small business.
Let me be your Consultant and help you and your business
I can help in lowering costs and increasing office profitability by streamlining your office procedures and processes for better efficiency.
Having worked successfully on two major construction projects requiring the handling in excess of 100,000 documents each, I am very capable with both manual and digital document control using Microsoft Sharepoint and HP-TRIM.
Helping your business get and stay on track, these documents are a ‘must have’ in any business. I can help you develop anything from OHS and Environmental policies right through to your company’s Mission Statement.
An Online Business Manager (OBM) is a self-employed business operator providing professional administrative, secretarial, and minor technical help, from a home office, saving you money on office space and setup.
What is a Content Manager?
A content manager is someone who oversees the content presented on websites and blogs, and may also be responsible for creating, editing, posting, updating, and occasionally cleaning up outdated content.
What does a Content Manager do?
A content manager’s job involves researching, sourcing, writing and editing interesting content to be published for members and readers.
Putting in place simple office procedures and systems, which are quite often overlooked as they are not direct to business revenues, can ensure that the office runs smoothly. Improving business systems will allow the business to work in an efficient manner which in turn brings fewer frustrations, lower costs, more time, and value to the business.
Clients have access to deeper levels of expertise than would be financially feasible for them to retain in-house on a long-term basis. As well, clients can control their expenditures on consulting services by only purchasing as much time as is desired.
Policies and procedures are designed to influence and determine all major decisions and actions, and all activities take place within the boundaries set by them. Procedures are the specific methods employed to express policies in action in day-to-day operations of the organisation.