Are you using social media to market your virtual assistant business? Social media is free, but if you aren’t using it correctly in your business, it could be costing you more in time than you are getting out of it. The best way to grow your VA business is to create and nuture relationships with your audience of potential clients – and doing this online is both convenient and cost-effective, when you do it right. Here are a few tipsRead More »7 Tips to Market Your VA Business Better On Social Media
If you are still struggling to get that first Virtual Assistant client (or that first great client), this is what you need to do. One of the things many Virtual Assistants struggle with is getting their first client. There is so much anxiety around getting clients – especially that first one – that we can often be overcome and get paralyzed. And nothing happens. We try to adjust our services. We try to adjust our rates. We apply for countlessRead More »How I Landed My First Virtual Assistant Client
If you are struggling to find Virtual Assistant clients, this article is for you! When we start our Virtual Assistant business, most of us don't realize the work involved to get clients. We meticulously launch our website, get business cards printed, and expect the clients to start calling. Or we expect to join job boards and fill our client roster easily. That's not always the way it works. In fact, most of the time it's very different. While writing blogRead More »3 Simple Ways to Get Clients for Your VA Business
Getting clients can seem overwhelming until you look at the numbers. The idea of getting clients is often the most daunting part of your Virtual Assistant business. As support professionals, the thought of selling ourselves comes up in conversations as not a very pleasant task. And it often seems like something that will be never-ending. It’s something that many Virtual Assistants don’t do well as a result. When I ask VAs how many clients they need, they often don’t evenRead More »How Many Virtual Assistant Clients Do You Actually Need?