About Social Boost Virtual Assistance
As small business growth is exploding worldwide, there is an urgent need for business help and marketing support for entrepreneurs.
Technology has been one of the most powerful avenues in information dissemination, promotion of products and services, business transactions and even in leisure and lifestyle explorations.
The world wide web is a breakthrough in the information technology industry, as everybody is going in that same area of productivity, Social Boost Virtual Assistance (SocialBoostVA) came up a Social Media Services for Micro and Small Business Enterprises.
To empower and help entrepreneurs establish a presence on social media networks and the Internet and gain a foothold in the rapidly emerging frontier of the digital industry.
To help small businesses harness the power of Information technology through social media management and marketing.
To provide quality and affordable social media services and help our clients and employers to have more time and grow their business.
Our Social Responsibility
Support us in our advocacy, every time you buy from us, you help us give 20% of our income to church donation and community development programs including feeding and gift giving the urban street children and livelihood trainings and support for their mothers.
Meet the Founder
Mr. Oliver Bugarin manages Social Boost Virtual Assistance (SocialBoostVA). He is a Small Business Owner for over 2 decades.
He is Social Media Manager, Freelance, and Filipino Virtual Assistant. His team includes family members and a network of Filipino freelance social media managers / virtual assistants to help him accomplished social media services.
Here are some reasons why we are in Virtual Assistance Services and the present business development trends.
Sixty-one percent of small businesses are investing in social media marketing based on Clutch.
Despite their restricted budgets, small companies are leveraging digital marketing channels. Moreover, they plan to invest more in the future. Because 62 percent of small business owners have one, owning a website is by far the most common. Social media is the second most frequently used digital advertising channel with 61%, followed by 39% email marketing.
Nearly 50% of tiny companies spend $10,000 or less on digital advertising annually, based on Clutch.
Small businesses and start-up statistics emphasize that they invest up to $10,000 in digital marketing on an annual basis due to the restricted funds that companies have. In addition, an in-house team is the most prevalent resource they use. 43% of SMEs use a team of in-house staff to concentrate on digital marketing, while 39% of SMEs use marketing software.
Most tiny companies do not invest in marketing content.
The study conducted by Clutch.co discovered content marketing to be the most underestimated channel for digital marketing. Content marketing is not used by a whopping 80% of tiny companies. This implies that one in four companies misses the chance to leverage the most cost-effective channel in SERPs to build brand loyalty and spike ranks.
Based on Iron Paper 92 percent of small business owners believe that having a website is the most efficient approach for digital marketing.
The use of SEO also enables 89 percent of small business owners. The statistics on small business development for 2019 show that combining these two strategies is indeed the most significant component of a successful digital marketing strategy.
Based on Indeed, 56 percent of tiny companies believe it is their greatest challenge to find excellent talent.
More than half of small business owners are struggling to find the correct worker. In addition, 35 percent of participants observed finding it easier now than five years ago to find staff, while 24 percent said it was difficult than it was ten years ago.
Most small business owners do not have a college degree, according to CNBC.
Most company owners are dropouts or have never gone to college. Actually, only 26 percent of owners of tiny businesses have a BA. In addition, 20% graduated from high school but did not go to university while 5% did not even complete high school.