What online software(s) do you need as a virtual assistant to make the most of your time and your client’s time? Below is my short-list of must-have online tools to make the most of your working relationship with your clients.
You have a website, you have some testimonials, you have a list of services that you enjoy doing and know how much you want to charge, but now you need to fill your client list.
One of the best ways to fill your client list is to start blogging and from what I know about most of the virtual assistants out there is they have no idea what to blog about. This post will help you generate the ideas that are right in front of you.
So tell me if this sounds like you.
You’re blogging, you’re Facebooking, you’re Twittering.
You’ve finally put up that fancy, dancy photo of your freakishly beautiful mug (seriously girl, I’m jealous) and you’ve updated all of your profiles on EVERY SOCIAL MEDIA SITE IN EXISTENCE to let the world know that you’re open for business.
I've talked before about how the best way to grow your business is by choosing a niche. And yet many VAs still worry that by choosing to focus on just one target market, they'll be closing the door on lots of potential clients. Although it may seem counter-intuitive, it's a fact these days that if you're trying to target everyone, you actually end up getting far fewer clients than you would if you had actually gone after a much smaller group.
If you're wondering how to get clients (and keep them) for your VA business, say hello to content marketing.
I went to a content marketing hackathon this past Sunday here in Israel. It was hosted by the notorious Neil Patel. For those of you that don’t know what content marketing is, you’re not alone. Most virtual assistants don’t know much about marketing, in general, let alone content marketing