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Episode #262: How To Train An Office Manager To Manage Your Facebook and Instagram

How To Train An Office Manager To Manage your Facebook and Instagram Podcast Episode Featured Image


Are you ready to have their office manager not just take over their social media but do it right? Social media can be hard to run and staying on top of the constant changes that come with it is even harder. Do you have the time to keep up with it or learn everything you need to know to gain the right numbers?

That is why I made this podcast for you. I want to tell you exactly what your office managers need to know to take over your Facebook and Instagram. The project that is making you feel like you are being held back. You should not have to continue to feel this way, there is another option.



Biggest Takeaways

There are solutions and resources and I am going to tell you all about them… and… how to train your office manager to utilize them and learn everything they need to to keep your social media up to your needs.


What To Focus On

Social media is always changing and needs to constantly be relearned. However, there are some things that should always be followed if your office manager is going to successfully take over your Facebook and Instagram.


Utilize Resources and Train

Using the resources you have to stay on top of your social media is good but that does not mean your should stop training your office manager on how to use it for your business. There is so much more to look at than what you post and so much more to know that can be easily delegated to your office manager and I am going to tell you how.


Real Results

Do you want your social media to be even easier than passing it off to your office manager? What about not have to spend the time making sure your brand is followed perfectly? That is why I offer Better Marketing with Bella, to really help set you up for success because your success is my success.

It is so important to maintain your brand and keep positive energy with your social media and Better Marketing with Bella can help you do that. See what some of the members have to say and check out the website.



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Show Highlights

  • What you need your social media manager to focus on Facebook and Instagram [11.10]
  • Train your office manager and use your resources [13.40]
  • How BMWB has helped so many businesses [18:56]




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How To Get A Business Phone To A Pet Sitting Office Manager

To all of my pet sitting business owners with staff – this one’s for you! Are you considering hiring an office manager? Or maybe you’re just going away on vacation for a week or two and need a temporary office manager to fill in? Either way, you’ll need to consider how to get your business phone to your pet sitting office manager. This can be tricky and complicated.

So, today I’m going to break down some of the best ways you can get your business phone to your office manager without the hassle!

How To Get A Business Phone To Your Pet Sitting Office Manager

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Temporary Solutions

If you are looking for a temporary solution, you don’t have to make a permanent move. It might be as simple as forwarding the business line to their cell phone. Or you can even physically give them the business phone. Keep in mind these solutions are only short term. They can also sometimes be a way to do a “trial run” to make sure your potential office manager is right for the job.

If you do this, don’t forget to make sure that their voicemail is personalized for the business! You want it to say something like “Thanks for calling Bella’s Pet Sitting.” You don’t want your clients to know that their call is being directed somewhere else. Keep in mind this is only a short term solution.

Permanent Solutions

If you need a permanent solution, I do not suggest handing a phone back and forth. Even physically delivering a phone to your pet sitting office manager can be messy. There’s too much room for error here. You need to set up a permanent system.

There are a number of companies such as Grasshopper,, and RingCentral, that do a “phone tree system.” With this you can redirect a line to many different people depending on where you want it to go.

Since our offices are virtual, this is probably the best way to direct client calls. You really want it to be a cloud based system so you can text if you need to text (even though I don’t recommend it!). You also need to have a record of all communication between all lines. Plus, they have useful features such as transcribing voicemails, the ability to use your computer/tablet, and more.

What About Google Voice?

Ah, Google Voice. Super popular among pet sitters for sure, and I even used it regularly in my own business! What I’ve learned is that it’s really nice for sole proprietors if you’re trying to separate business and personal.

But when your business and operations grows bigger and bigger you will eventually outgrow Google Voice. It’s a good stepping stone but I don’t recommend it long term. It’s a great program for being free, but if you’re serious about bringing on a long-term office manager you will need a more sophisticated software.

Phone systems are really smart these days. Clients calling won’t know they’re in a phone system. They won’t hear things like “Press one for this and press two for that” – unless you want it that way!

Overall, you want your phone system to be able to adapt to YOU and your business. So, do a bit of research and choose the company or solution that will best fit your needs. You’ll be glad you did!

If you’re still unsure about taking the plunge by giving your employees a business phone, be sure to check out this blog I wrote here addressing your concerns.

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