The front-line of success today is engagement, and you do have time for it. You can find many services that will do your bookkeeping, scheduling, purchasing, even research and a multitude of other tasks for you, but you are the only one your customers or readers want to engage with.
During my early twenties I was a stock manager for a clothing company. My stockroom staff were both trained in shipping/receiving as well as excellent sales people. Often when a new hire started, it was hard for them to understand that their highest priority was on the salesroom floor. If customers were around they needed to be engaged in conversation and making sure their needs were being met. The stock room could wait.
The salesroom floor where we greeted every customer with a welcoming smile and helpful attitude was called the front line. I enjoyed working with the best of these stockroom employees because while they were helping customers they were also constantly checking to see if tables needed to be restocked or stacks straightened. They were also the first ones to know if sizes could be found at the request of a customer.
They had time to both do the work behind the scenes and still engage with customers. So do you. There is no shortage of tools to keep us connected with customers and plenty of resources available to teach you how to use them efficiently. Besides if you are passionate about what you do you will never tire from talking about it and in the process you will be building a tribe of sneezers, those they can help but tell all their friends about your gadget, book, window cleaning or cupcakes.