3 Time-Saving Tasks MemberGate Site Owners Should Delegate to a Virtual Assistant

Nowadays everyone is looking for ways to save time; this is especially true for small business owners. As a business owner, keeping your site up to date is important and a Virtual Assistant can help you with this task.

Three time-saving tasks that a MemberGate Site owner can delegate are:

  1. Uploading, adding and editing content to your site: Simply send an email to your Virtual Assistant with the new content attached, and the task will be completed by the time you think about it again.
  2. Uploading and adding video to your site: Your webinar or video has been recorded. Now what? Email it to your Virtual Assistant who will upload it to enhance your site with visuals.
  3. Uploading and maintaining member plans: The hard part, deciding what your membership plans are, is over. Now you can have  your Virtual Assistant add them to your MemberGate site.

These tasks can be time consuming and sometimes technically challenging for MemberGate site owners, but can be easily and quickly completed by a virtual assistant specializing in MemberGate.

As a virtual assistant who specializes in MemberGate services, I’d love to help you save time and get more members. Contact me today for a free consultation to find out how I can help you.

A Quick Look at Top 3 Formatting HTML Tags

Three Formatting HTML Tags Every MemberGate Owner Should Know

Are you are a MemberGate owner and is HTML tags foreign to you? It can be very helpful for you to know some of the basics about HTML in case you ever have to make an emergency “fix” to your site or so you can understand what your webmaster is doing. And it’s really pretty easy once you see it in action.

Here are the top 3 most commonly used HTML codes:

  1. Paragraph is used to start a new paragraph. Use <p> to indicate the start of a new paragraph, and </p> to indicate the end of that paragraph.
    • Here’s an example:
      • <p> How is the weather today?</p>
  2. Bold your text by putting <strong> in front of the first thing you want in bold and </strong> at the end of what you want to be in bold.
    • Here’s an example:
      • Will you be getting <strong> snow</strong>?
      • Result is: Will you be getting snow?
  3. Add a single line break by using <br/> as a code by itself.
    • Here’s an example:
      • Will you be getting <strong> snow</strong>?<br/> Be Careful!
      • Result is:

Will you be getting snow?

Be Careful!

Want to know more commonly used formatting HTML tags? I’ll email you my free cheat sheet “10 Commonly Used Formatting HTML Tags”. To request it email me at andrea@timesavingva.com.