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How to be a virtual assistant, how to set up your virtual assistance business

What to include in your Client Agreement

Setting up as a Virtual Assistant is relatively straight forward. First you decide to go it alone. Then you decide if you’re going to...

Landing the right clients

Whether a new VA or one with heaps of experience, it doesn’t matter. We’re all in the same boat when it comes to landing...

Accreditation. Do you need it?

This week the buzz on the VA industry forums and social media is about “accreditation”. I noted a series of tweets that claimed that...

Who’s Your Who?

Close your eyes. Done that? Good. Now I want you to picture your ideal customer in your head. What do they look like? Where...

The Virtual Assistant Guide to Marketing

Whether you’re a new Virtual Assistant getting started with your marketing efforts, or an established VA looking to do it better, this guide is...

5 reasons why clients won’t be hiring you

How do I get clients? or Why can’t I find any work? These are two of the most common questions asked on forums. Getting...

How to target the clients you want to work with and...

When first starting your Virtual Assistant business, it’s likely you won’t care too much who your clients are, what they do or what they...

5 Budget Marketing Tactics to Get New Clients

What does every Virtual Assistant want? More clients, right! But often we don’t have the budget to advertise our services, so that our business is seen...

How to start an email list to grow your VA business

Successfully running your VA business is not just about getting on with the day-to-day stuff. In order to sustain it you’ve also got to...

How Big Is Your Prospect List?

You do have a prospect list don’t you…? And not just five or ten contacts from previous work, or through friends and family. But a big...

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