Curious about the type of services you can offer as a new virtual assistant? Looking to add a new service to your existing menu of VA services? Want to pivot from specializing in a particular service to one that’s a better fit for you and the clients you want to attract?
I got you boo! You’re going to love this list of service ideas!
Is it scary and uncomfortable to break up with a client? Yes.
Are you the only virtual assistant on the planet who has ever had to let a client go? Absolutely not.
At some point in your VA journey, you will probably need to do this. But it’s ok, I have some tips for you to make it as painless as possible!
I interviewed Becky Linot from Tech Side Simplified, a tech expert and mom of four kids. Becky’s main focus is helping clients with ConvertKit, Squarespace, and Thinkific. She shares how she got started as a virtual assistant, where she finds clients, and the business tools she can’t live without.
If you’re thinking of starting a virtual assistant business, you’re probably wondering what programs you should be familiar with. Here are the programs I use the most, and why knowing a bunch of programs isn’t the most important part of being a good VA.
Feeling nervous about getting hired as a virtual assistant? You may think clients are looking for VA’s with the most software knowledge, but that’s usually not the case. See what clients are really looking for when hiring their ideal VA.
It can feel really uncomfortable when a client asks a question you don’t have an answer to. I mean, you don’t want to look foolish, unprofessional, or not get a job you want, right?
There’s a way around this sticky situation. I cover what to say and how to turn this problem into an opportunity to impress your client.