100+ Tasks a Digital Business Manager Can Do For Your Business (Project, Team & Systems Management)

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DBM this, DBM that… but what’s all the hype really about? 

Before we discuss what a Digital Business Manager can do for your business, let’s talk about what a DBM even is!

A Digital Business Manager (aka DBM) is the caretaker of a digital business, and offers services such as team management, project management, and systems management, with a generous side of accountability-buddy-sideline-cheerleader-friend mixed in for their clients. 

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A Digital Business Manager becomes your right hand in your business – they essentially grow to take your place running behind the scenes so you can focus on the big, needle-moving tasks. 

📋 Who Needs a Digital Business Mananger? 

How do you know if you need a DBM? Here’s a short quiz to see if your business is ‘DBM ready.’

  • ✅ You have a small team of at least two people (not counting yourself!). 
  • ✅ You find yourself getting caught up in answering questions and checking in on projects for hours a day. 
  • ✅ You feel like if you weren’t around for a day, your business would catch on fire and burn down. 
  • ✅ Your business systems are a M.E.S.S., and you’re constantly misplacing important files and forgetting small tasks.
  • ✅ You have a project management tool, but you aren’t sure how to use it efficiently.
  • ✅ You feel like your business is at a standstill because you don’t have enough time to focus on the ‘next step.’ 

If you checked at least two of these boxes, it’s safe to say that you could probably benefit from hiring a Digital Business Manager!

Every business that wants to scale and grow needs some sort of operations person handling the day-to-day projects, teams, and systems.

You can’t do it all alone, and you shouldn’t have to!

Let a trained professional support you every step of the way to your goals. 

👩‍💻 Project Management 

The first tier of a Digital Business Manager is project management.

Project management includes any new or ongoing projects in your business. 

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And as I love to say, ‘a project without a plan is just a dream.’

Here are some ways a Digital Business Manager can help your business with project planning.

  1. Be the main point of contact for clients of an agency

Do you have an agency?

A Digital Business Manager can be your new buffer between you and your clients. They will deal with the small questions and pass the essential information on to you. 

  1. Conduct a risk analysis for an upcoming project

Every project comes with a bit of risk for your business. A DBM can analyze this risk and present it to you and any other persons involved. 

  1. Create a cost estimation for a potential project

New projects can get pricey – but with a DBM, you can be prepared with an estimated cost, so you don’t break the bank. 

  1. Create and maintain project timelines

Do you ever have projects that take 3x longer than they are supposed to? A DBM will keep everyone accountable and oversee all of the moving pieces, so your projects get done on time. 

  1. Develop and project plan the launch of lead magnets

If you want to grow your email list, the #1 way to do so is to offer free content! A DBM can develop and plan your lead magnet launch to grow your email list easily. 

  1. Handling PR partnerships
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Public Relations is a job in and of itself. A DBM can help you keep up with all of your partnerships and help you pitch for new ones. 

  1. Help audit and maintain online courses

Anyone with an online course knows how important it is to keep everything up to date and in perfect working order.

A DBM can help you brainstorm new content, plan additions, and fix any current issues in your courses. 

  1. Host a kick-off call for a project and get everyone on board

Kick-off calls are essential for the successful start of a project.

They ensure everyone is on the same page and everyone knows who is doing what.

A DBM can host a killer and informative call while getting everyone hyped for your next project. 

  1. Keep track of change requests and ensure the documentation is clear and straightforward

Of course, not everything is set in stone when you first start a project. If you (or someone else) want to change something, a DBM will keep track of every request and document it for later use. 

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  1. Keep track of the quality of work & fulfilling requirements

A DBM essentially becomes a buffer between you and your team, which means they can look at all of the pieces and make sure everything is in tip-top shape before it reaches your eyes. 

  1. Keep track of timeline and project status

One of a Digital Business Managers’ main jobs is to close loops.

They will be on top of what projects are not started, in progress, and most importantly, finished in your business.

  1. Liaise and host check-in calls with clients

If you have clients, you probably know how messy it can be to keep track of who is meeting when.

A DBM can help you organize your calendar, and even host calls for you – all you need to do is show up! 

  1. Manage a community on Facebook, Slack, or Discord

An extra, knowledgeable hand is always nice – especially in a 1,000+ person Facebook group.

A DBM can answer questions, respond to feedback, and share fun gifs, so everyone in the group is attended to. 

  1. Manage a live launch of a new online course

I’ll say it – launches are stressful!

But a Digital Business Manager will be right in the mud with you, helping every step of the way- from planning to promoting to launching.   

  1. Manage and coordinate joint venture partnerships

Get the word out about your digital product or service by teaming up with other people in your industry.

A DBM can help you plan joint venture partnerships so you can spread the word. 

  1. Manage and keep track of a content calendar

Do you remember the content calendar that you haven’t looked at in a week?

A DBM will help you stay on top of your publishing dates and keep the calendar updated for your team. 

  1. Manage and project plan the launch of an evergreen funnel

It’s time to go evergreen, but it’s a lot of set-up work.

A DBM will help you plan all of the moving pieces and manage the entire building process. 

  1. Manage an affiliate program and affiliate relationships

Who doesn’t love a good affiliate program?

You get paid to share something you already enjoy!

A DBM can help you manage your affiliate program for your online business, as well as any affiliate relationships you might have with other businesses in your industry. 

  1. Manage the content production and output process

From your daily social media post to your weekly email newsletter and your monthly blog post, a DBM will oversee the entire process and make sure every piece of content is looking A1 – and going out on time 😉.

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  1. Manage the project budget

Where is all of your money even going? Your DBM knows!

A Digital Business Manager can keep track of where your budget is going- and where you could potentially save some money. 

  1. Manage your clients’ communication

When you have many people involved in your business, it is hard to keep track of who needs what.

A DBM can help you organize all of your communication means with outside parties and filter out information that isn’t relevant. 

  1. Monitor the status of projects and ensure projects stay on timeline

Not started? In progress? Need review? Wait, what is that task?

A DBM monitors the status of every ongoing task in a project and keeps everyone working on those tasks accountable – so all of your projects get done on time. 

  1. Offboard clients for an agency

When it’s time to let one go – or a one-time project is complete – a DBM can design an entire offboarding process so you can wave goodbye with ease (and potentially a glowing testimonial) 

  1. Onboard clients for an agency

And when it’s time to open the doors, your client’s onboarding will be a breeze.

A DBM can set up a thorough onboarding system to get all of the information you need to have a smooth transition into a beautiful work relationship.

  1. Plan a content calendar

Say goodbye to “what am I going to post today?”.

A DBM will help you plan your content weeks in advance, so you always know what’s next.

Say hello to ‘mental space.’ 

  1. Plan the development and launch of a website

As in www.stop-stressing-about-every-single-thing.com

A DBM can coordinate the little details from your web developer → graphic designer → promotion so that you can focus on the big picture. 

  1. Project plan and launch a blog

10 Reasons to Hire a DBM?

A blog is a sure-fire way to drive traffic to your website. If you have been thinking about starting one – but don’t know how – hire a DBM to guide you every step of the way. 

  1. Project plan and launch a book or ebook

Whether it’s detox recipes or sales copy templates, ebooks are a great way to bring some passive income.

A DBM will help put together all of the pieces and make your next ebook idea a digital reality. 

  1. Project plan and launch a membership platform

Are you ready to build a more exclusive community for your followers?

A DBM can help you plan and launch an entire membership platform where you can share your wisdom and directly support those who need it. 

  1. Project plan and launch a new online course

Online courses are launching almost daily – and for a good reason! An online course is a perfect way to share your knowledge, teach others on a larger scale, and bring passive income.

A DBM can help you outline your course content, get a timeline together, hire the right help, and most importantly – keep you accountable.

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  1. Project plan and launch a podcast

Who doesn’t have a podcast these days? If you are ready to let the world hear your voice (literally).

A DBM can help you find exactly what tech you need, plan episode content, and recruit guest speakers. 

  1. Project plan and launch a SaaS

Are you tech-savvy but lacking in management skills?

A DBM can help you plan and launch your SaaS, so all you need to do is focus on creating the software itself. 

  1. Project plan and launch a Youtube channel

PSA: Youtube is NOT dead.

A DBM can help you create a filming and editing schedule, publishing schedule, and brainstorm ideas to make your content binge-worthy. 

  1. Project plan and launch an online community

It’s time to bring people together!

Whether it’s in a Facebook group, Slack community, or any other apps on the market, a DBM can help you organize a plan and host a successful launch for all of your people. 

  1. Project plan and manage an online summit

Grab all of your industry superstars and let’s host a virtual party summit.

A Digital Business Manager can help you get the gang together and organize the entire summit, so get your welcome speech ready! 

Online summits are a great way to share your message and reach new audiences.
  1. Project plan and manage the launch of a coaching service offering

Business, life, health, whatever your specialty is – a DBM can help you manage your clientele, create a promotion plan for your services, and brainstorm special offers to boost your business. 

  1. Project plan and manage the launch of a mastermind

Boost your business – while helping others boost there’s.

A DBM can help you plan ice breakers, fun activities, and talking points – while also helping you recruit members and manage communication. 

  1. Roll out a new feature for a SaaS business

It’s one thing to launch a service, but a completely different thing to continue changing it for the better.

A DBM doesn’t just specialize in launching your new SaaS service but also in managing the updates and rollouts of new features. 

  1. Set milestones and deadlines for projects

Someone has to do it – ya know, keep track of what needs to be done when.

A DBM keeps projects on track and oversees the completion of the first, second, and final stages of each one. 

  1. Set up an email management/newsletter software

One of the best ways to stay connected with your audience is through email newsletters.

Whether it’s weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly, consistency is vital in writing, editing, and scheduling emails.

A DBM can help you manage all three of those and brainstorm new strategies and topics for future ones.

  1. Set up an onboarding workflow and automation for new clients

Tired of digging through your desktop to find your contract, invoice, and info sheet for every single new client?

A DBM can help you create an entire onboarding workflow, start to finish, including things like a welcome packet, contract templates, and canned emails, so all you need to do is press ‘send.’ 

  1. Set up and manage a project management tool

If you do not have a project management tool yet, this is your sign!

A Project Management tool is a must-have in an online business – it keeps track of who is doing what by when, so no more back and forth emails that somehow end up ‘lost’ anyway.

A DBM can help you set up and oversee your PM tool, so you can focus less on the day-to-day and more on the-what’s-next. 

👥 Team Management 

The second tier of a Digital Business Manager is team management.

Team management goes hand-in-hand with project management because to manage a project, you often need the communication skills to manage a team along with it.

So, why not have someone who can do both? 

Hiring (and Firing!) Help

43. Set up a job description & hiring form for recruitment

Ready to hire but don’t know where to begin?

A DBM can help you write a killer job description and create an easy-to-use hiring form, so you can find your next rockstar. 

44. Run and review paid trial tasks with potential new hires

A great way to hire is to have your top candidates perform paid trial tasks so you can see their handiwork in action before you fully commit.

A DBM can help you brainstorm tasks, answer questions, and help make the final decision.

45. Create a team brief for incoming new hires to review company policies & culture

A team brief covers all of the details about the company policies and culture, so your new team member can start on the right foot, and so you don’t forget to tell them something important.

A DBM can help you comb through exactly what is needed to know for all of your new hires.

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46. Develop an onboarding system for new team members

When it’s time to hire, you want to be prepared for your new team member.

A DBM can design and implement an entire process for onboarding new team members, from collecting basic information to adding them into the appropriate Slack groups.  

47. Interview potential new team members and shortlist for the client

Need to hire but don’t have time to sit through hours of interviews?

No problem!

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A DBM can interview the first round of candidates, and shorten the list even more, so you only have to carve out time for the final round.

48. Develop a training system for new team members

Training new team members thoroughly is extremely important, and not emphasized enough.

A DBM can help you develop a complete training system, with SOPs, company information packets, and FAQs so every new team member is prepared to succeed.

49. Develop an offboarding system

And when it’s time to move on, make letting go easy and clean.

A DBM can develop an offboarding system so when the time comes, you don’t need to worry about what you need to do. 

Communication Management 

50. Create a communication plan for the internal team. 

Communication plans are essential because it keeps every member of the team on the same page about who to talk to when and how.

  • ❓Do you have weekly meetings on Zoom?
  • ❓Do you only communicate through Slack during the weekdays?
  • ❓Who does your copywriter message if something goes not go as planned?

A Digital Business Manager can create a detailed communication plan that everyone can turn to in times of need. 

A DBM can create a detailed communication plan that everyone can turn to in times of need.

51. Manage the day-to-day of a remote team

Dreams do come true – no more spending hours of your day answering questions!

A DBM is your buffer and your team’s new go-to person to ask all of their questions too, so you can work without getting distracted every time a red dot appears on your Slack. 

52. Host 1:1 weekly calls with each key team member to check-in

If you like keeping a close-knit team, hosting 1:1 calls with your core team members is a great way to do so.

While this is time-consuming, a DBM can step in and check-in for you, so you can keep tabs without denting your schedule.

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53. Hosting weekly team catch-ups, status updates, and check-ins

Weekly check-in calls are great, especially in the middle of a big project or launch.

The key? Keeping them short, sweet, and on topic – a DBM can host structured and quick check-in calls so you know that everyone is on the same page without taking up too much time away from actually working.

54. Conduct 1:1 quarterly performance reviews with the team

Quarterly performance reviews are not only the perfect way to shine a light on areas of improvement for your team members, but also for the business as a whole.

A DBM works closely with every member of the team, so they are in the perfect spot to do 1:1 feedback sessions with the team. 

⚙️ Systems Management 

Systems make the world go round.

The third tier of Digital Business Management education is systems management. 

61. Auditing and optimizing existing business processes

Are you so far in your business you don’t even know what could be better? You and every other CEO!

A DBM is the perfect fresh set of eyes to go through the ins and outs of your business and optimize old systems and processes.

62. Auditing and optimizing existing business tools

And the same goes for tools! New online business tools are being released like podcast episodes. You shouldn’t try every single one, but a DBM can give your tools an upgrade into the 21st century. 

63. Create a client onboarding system

Onboard a client as easy as *enter name* and *press send*.

A DBM can implement an entire onboarding system so you can easily track leads and onboard them into your CRM. 

64. Create SOPs for a business

AKA Standard Operating Procedures.

SOPs are extremely important for training new team members and delegating tasks.

They document the step-by-step process of doing a specific task from start to finish, so you don’t have to explain how to do one thing five different times.

A DBM can create dozens of SOPs for your business, so everyone is on the same page. 

65. Implement a Curriculum Tracking System

Are you a course creator? Do you use Airtable?

*see more productivity tools we love for online businesses here!*

A curriculum tracker is great for keeping track of the progress of any course you are creating.

A DBM can design a custom curriculum tracker for your new courses and help you stay accountable during the creation process. 

66. Implement a customer support ticketing & tracking system

Don’t get lost in the sauce – the customer service sauce.

A DBM can design and implement a thorough customer support ticketing and tracking system so you know precisely what issues are arising in your business. 

67. Implement a system for managing an inbox and incoming emails

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When was the last time your inbox hit zero? Serious question!

A DBM can implement a system that will help keep your inbox organized and a place to go for all your future emails. 

68. Implement a testimonial tracking system

You need social proof for your business to scale – and that comes in the form of glittering testimonials! But when you have many clients, customers, or students- how do you keep track of them all?

A DBM can set up an outstanding testimonial form that *magically* re-directs all of the answers into a perfectly color-coded and easy-to-use spreadsheet “à la Airtable

69. Report on business metrics and KPIs monthly

Business metrics and KPIs are a surefire way to tell exactly how our business is doing, down to the last blog post.

A DBM can create monthly reports of all the numbers to see what’s hot, what’s not, and what the right direction to head in next is. 

70. Reviewing existing tools and optimizing

When was the last time you updated your Project Management tool? 2001? 😳 A DBM can make sure you are always using the right tools for your business and you. The best tool is one that you will use! 

71. Run a time tracking audit of the team and client

PSA: You can time track without micromanaging.

Time tracking is a great way to see what is taking up the most time in your business, so you can implement new ideas to ultimately save time through automation and systemizing.

A Digital Business Manager can run a time tracking audit of you and your team and report back on which areas of your business could be improved. 

72. Set up a Dashboard in Google Data Studio

The only way to use your data is to be able to see and interpret it.

A DBM can set up your Dashboard in Google Data Studio so you can do more with your data. 

73. Set up a digital file storage system

If you are still storing your files on your desktop, you need a DBM right now.

A DBM can move all of your important files online (so you never lose them) and organize them into usable folders, so everything is easy to find. 

74. Set up a Facebook Pixel

A Facebook Pixel can capture all of your audience data from your Facebook business page to use for future ADs. Aka important if you want your ads to make you money!

A DBM can get your Facebook Pixel up and collecting data ASAP. 

75. Set up and maintain a CRM

If you’re juggling many clients and/or customers, a CRM tool is a necessity. A DBM can set up and personalize your CRM, so all of your customers feel accessible.

76. Set up Google Analytics tracking on a website

Analytics is the name, and number tracking is the game.

A DBM can make sure all of the back-end tracking measures are in place so you can see who is looking at what on your website (and maybe what they are missing?)

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77. Set up hiring systems

If you are hiring a lot, it is ideal to have a system in place to become a no-brainer. A DBM can set up a hiring system that can last you years or just whenever you need to use it. 

78. Set up a process for creating SOPs

Yes, a DBM can create SOPs. But what about an SOP for creating an SOP? Absolutely!

The best people to develop the SOPs are the people who do the task – so hire a DBM to create an SOP process so you will have SOPs for years to come. 

79. Setting up an SOP Bank for a client

And speaking of SOPs, where do you put them all?

A DBM can set up an SOP bank where all of your SOPs are organized, searchable, and categorized. You can find exactly what you are looking for with just the click of a button!  

80. Set up automations where possible

Are you tired of spending money on data entry? I’m tired for you!

A DBM can come in and see where you could be saving money and time by having an automation in place. 

81. Set up a system for lead generation

Time to turn those followers into paying customers! Whether it’s through a freebie or to book a call, a DBM can create a lead generation system that will easily let your potential leads fall into your funnel. 

82. Setting up automation tools

Calling your new BFF, Zapier! Zapier is an automation tool that can zap information from one app to another in the blink of an eye (or the speed of a zap?).

A Digital Business Manager can help you set up your Zapier and implement automation tools where needed throughout your business. 

83. Track and deliver weekly/monthly reports

So you can always know exactly what’s going on in your business.

A DBM can oversee the metrics, KPIs, project statuses, and to-dos and deliver you a weekly, biweekly, or monthly report covering everything you need to know. 

Ready to hire a digital business manager?

Our Digital Business Managers are trained in project, team, and systems management as well as digital business and finance basics through the DBM Bootcamp.

🤔 Strategy 

A bonus of hiring a Digital Business Manager is you now have someone to work closely with you on your business goals and strategies.

84. Collaborate on overall business strategy with business goals

Developing a business strategy that aligns with your business goals will become the roadmap to your business’ success.

A DBM can work with you to identify and manage risk, take advantage of opportunities, and make more efficient use of resources.

They’ll be your nifty sidekick helping you fight off distractions so your business moves in the most optimal direction.

85. Create an email list building strategy

Like any good, long-term, fruitful relationship, it takes time and effort to develop trust.

The same applies to building your email list. In this day and age of marketing, email subscriber lists are a valuable asset.

Email is one of the best ways to reach potential customers and It’s also a good way to stay top of mind with existing clients. Marketing through email is much more personal than other advertising channels, which makes it more likely for customers to become loyal and trusting with your brand.

A DBM can help you develop this strategy and the content for the necessary email sequences. – because lets be honest – Do you have time for that?

86. Create and execute an overall digital marketing strategy

This may not come as a surprise to you at all, in today’s world, it is almost impossible to survive without a digital marketing strategy for your business.

There are many pieces of the digital marketing puzzle that you need to consider as you develop this strategy. 

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A DBM can help you with the following and more key players in your digital marketing plan:

budget, keyword research, goals and objectives, target audience, social media strategy, SEO strategy, content creation plan, and analytics tools, and the many different marketing channels available.

87. Develop a content strategy

Content, content, content! Content is E-V-E-R-Y-W-H-E-R-E and rightly so – it is effective in sharing your business with the world.

There is no reason you should be left alone trying to figure out what content to share in your business.

A DBM can help manage when, how much, and what type of content your business is producing.

88. Develop a quarterly promotional calendar 

The most costly part of a promotional calendar is your TIME.

The goal of a promotional calendar is to get customers to buy your product, right?

A DBM can help you plan compelling promotional content that will interest and excite your audience. 

89. Fulfill on a full content audit

A content audit is a way to identify your strengths and weaknesses. It also provides a roadmap on how to create better content in the future. Fresh eyes are your best friend when reviewing your current content. 

A DBM can help audit and provide you with an overview of your current website, blog, and social media channels.

90. Research and develop ideas for potential new products

Innovation is key to the success and forwards momentum of your business.

A DBM can be your eyes and ears on the ground with competitor research, testing your new ideas, and turning your existing product or service into many other revenue streams. 

91. Reviewing ad reports and making decisions about advertising scaling or strategy

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Oh the ever-changing world of paid advertising you need to keep your eye on your ad metrics and ad spends – it’s almost a full-time job.

A DBM can be in charge of evaluating your ad metrics and reporting back to you so you can determine what needs to be changed based on performance. 

92. Strategize a virtual summit

A virtual summit is no small task.

If you are going to successfully host a virtual summit for your online audience you need to start planning – yesterday.

With a DBM you can hand over the project planning and confidently plan your summit content knowing you have a super unicorn in the background researching the best hosting platforms, networking with potential guest speakers, creating a schedule, help with marketing your summit, and more.

Does it sound like time for a virtual summit? 

93. Strategize the development of a sales funnel

Would you like more paying customers?

Yes?

Well, you need a strategically planned and tested sales funnel that nurtures potential customers down a carefully thought out funnel leaving them super warm and fuzzy and ready to buy whatever you’re selling.

If the thought of doing that alone sends your head into a spiral then you can hire a DBM to help facilitate this process with you.

From attracting email leads to upselling and one-time offers.

94. Strategize the development of an evergreen webinar

What’s relevant now, is not always relevant in the future, unless we’re talking about an evergreen webinar funnel!

With longevity in mind, an evergreen webinar is designed to give value to your potential customers – over and over and over again.

A DBM is the perfect hire for a business needing help project planning the creation of their evergreen webinar from developing ideas and content to researching tools and launching.

💸 Money, Money, Money

Ok, so a business NEEDS to be making money – it can’t run on good vibes and pixie dust as you already know.

If you have a business you need to know where money is going, where it needs to be spent, and how much is left.

This is a skill many Digital Business Managers have learned through their training.

95. Create and monitor monthly Profit and Loss statements

Money coming in and money going out – but is there more money coming in than going out?

Your business needs to monitor this regularly to understand where you stand financially. 

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A DBM can be the finance fairy that creates this tracking sheet for you. Plus be the one who monitors it on the regular, reporting to you bi-weekly or monthly.

We’d say this is a non-negotiable in a successful business. 

96. Develop a business budget

A budget is a master plan that your business needs. It helps you make decisions, like hiring someone or investing in a new service or tool.

It’s not enough to just have a vision for your business or an idea of what you want to do with it. You also need to know how much time and money will be necessary to make it happen.

A DBM can help you take control of your finances by deciding how much money to spend each month on different areas of your business such as advertising, customer acquisition, marketing campaigns, labor costs, etc.

97. Do in-depth analysis into profit per revenue stream for a business to determine what has the greatest ROI

When we know which parts of our business are bringing in the greatest ROI, we can spend more time, energy, and resources developing it.

You guessed it – a DBM can figure out this for you, so you can think big and work on the ideas side of your business.

98. Do an in-depth analysis of business expenses and figure out where to cut costs

When you have a DBM you can hand over these important but often ‘less interesting’ to a business owner tasks.

Remember, a DBM is there to manage your business with you and making sure you know where you can cut costs is extremely important if the need arises. 

99. Set up of payment processing for products

There are many different ways of setting up payment processing for your business.

You can decide on what type of account you want to have with your bank, and if you want to use another third-party service provider like PayPal or Stripe.

A DBM can research and implement this for you ensuring that your money lands up in your bank account 😉

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100. Set up the Profit First system for a client

Profit-first systems are often used by small businesses, entrepreneurs, and individuals looking to improve their finances.

This system will help you to understand where your money is going, what pockets it’s coming from, and how much of it is coming in. It will also allow you to see how much cash flow is available after operating expenses are paid.

A DBM can create a tracking system for your business to monitor this closely so that you get paid too! 

🙌 A Few More Digital Business Manager Tasks

101. Plan and execute a team retreat

Bali anyone? Save up and host an in-person meet-up for your remote team.

A DBM can help you organize, plan, and book everything, so all you need to do is make the hard decisions (like beach resort or city adventure?) and show up.

102. Run and manage an internship program

The best way to give back is to teach.

A DBM can help you run and manage an internship program for anyone in your industry looking to gain experience and make connections. 

103. Develop a system for payroll & internal team invoicing

Oh yeah, your team doesn’t work for free?

No worries, a DBM can help you systemize and manage everyone’s payroll and invoicing so your team gets paid on time, every time

104. Handle approvals and feedback needed on projects for team members

How does only seeing something when it is complete sound to you? 🤩

A DBM can oversee approvals and feedback for the rough draft stage of a project, so it is close to perfection by the time you see it. 

105. Delegate strategy and project plan to remote teams

Would you rather just outsource entire projects and call it a day?

No worries.

A DBM can help you put all of the strategy and project planning in comprehensive writing, oversee the project’s progress, and update you periodically, so you can focus on other things – like running your business.

😅 Phew! We could go on, but we’ll save the rest for another time.

🤷‍♀️ Is It Time for You to Hire a Digital Business Manager? 

If you read through any of these tasks, and thought, “Wow! I could really use help with that…”, then I think you’ve answered this question on your own!

As we said, every business that is growing fast needs a Digital Business Manager on its side. 🦸‍♀️🦹

If you’re ready to hire your dream DBM, check out our full directory of certified Digital Business Managers here to find your perfect match. 

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Want ALL the juicy details on how to work online as a digital business manager?

Check out my FREE intro class which goes over what exactly a digital business manager does day-to-day, how much I make as a DBM, my 5-step plan to get you started and more!