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How You Can Make Money as a Virtual Assistant

How You Can Make Money as a Virtual Assistant

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Many times being frugal just isn’t enough and so you find yourself wondering how you could make some extra money each month.  Let’s face it.  Frugality only stretches so far and if you’ve done everything you can to bring expenses down you may need some extra help.  I call any work from home businesses, ‘side hustles’.

While many people want only part-time work you can also make a full-time job out of being a virtual assistant.  The amount of hours and clients you want to take on is entirely up to you.

So what is a virtual assistant?  It’s someone who can do their work from anywhere in the world.  All it takes is a computer, a phone, small office equipment, and a few skills.  First I should explain that not all virtual assistants offer the same services.  Should you decide to become a virtual assistant you can offer the skills you are interested in and ones in which you have some experience.  There are over 50 services a virtual assistant can offer but below are some of the more popular ones to give you an idea of how simple this business can be.

Launching your VA Biz can be overwhelming and confusing.

But it doesn’t need to be!

Email Management – Keep a client’s inbox cleaned out and answer the ones you have training in.

Customer Service – Follow up with customers and send thank you card, etc.

Research – Do research online for blog post and webinars.  Gather statistics, etc.

Slide Presentations – Make powerpoint slides for webinars and videos.

Social Media Management – Manage Pinterest, Facebook, and other social accounts by posting pins, post, tweets.

Content Writer – Write a blog post for clients, autoresponder messages, and product reviews.

What if in the next 30 DAYS you could start a successful

virtual assistant business!

Website Support – Answer support tickets on products sold, etc.

Data Entry – Maintain databases such as putting business cards into an Excel spreadsheet or other data entry.

Blog Comments – Maintain comments on the blog by answering and filtering out spam that gets through.

Transportation – Make hotel and travel arrangements for clients.

Transcription – Transcribe notes from a meeting, or transcribe webinars into pdf documents for clients.

Virtual assistants ARE in demand.

You should CASH IN on this trend!

As you can see there are many ways to offer services as a virtual assistant.  You work from home and set your own hours in most cases.  It doesn’t get much better than this!

The one thing you really need to be successful as a VA is to have a mentor and one of the experts I recommend is Gina Horkey.  Her handbook on becoming a virtual assistant walks you through every single step from where to start to get clients.

I’m sure you want to know more of the details on this so here is a link to Gina’s site that will explain this business much better than I can.

Good luck.  See you at the top!  Check out 30 Days or Less to Virtual Assistant Success by Gina Horkey.  You’ve nothing to lose and everything to gain!

Let’s Get this Party Started!

 

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