As a busy small business owner or solopreneur you wear a lot of hats.
And, trying to keep up with marketing and managing your business on top of giving your best to your clients may eventually lead or burnout. Take your time back by passing off some of those tasks to a virtual assistant.
A virtual assistant, or VA, is a remote worker who provides administrative, creative, or technical support to clients. VAs are self-employed and work independently, often from home. Thanks to the internet and advances in communication technology, virtual assistants are able to provide their services to clients located anywhere in the world.
There are many advantages to working with a virtual assistant. First of all, VAs are usually more affordable than hiring a full-time employee. Additionally, virtual assistants can be hired on a project basis, which means you only pay for the work that you need to be done. And because virtual assistants work remotely, there is no need to provide them with office space, health benefits or equipment.
My clients are busy service-based female entrepreneurs who want to attract more of their ideal clients online and don’t have the time or technical know-how to reach their income and business goals.
Specifically, I work with Coaches, Therapists, Consultants and Practitioners and can help you:
If you are thinking about hiring a virtual assistant, there are a few things to keep in mind. First of all, it is important to find a VA who is reliable and has a good work ethic. It is also important to make sure that the VA you hire has the skills and experience needed to complete the tasks you need help with. Finally, be sure to set clear expectations and communicate frequently with your virtual assistant to ensure that they are meeting your needs.
I’ve had a 25 year career in corporate sales. In addition, I’ve been working online supporting my husband’s small business for more than 10 years. I value service and quality so you’ll never have to worry about being ghosted or having unfinished projects.
This package is right for you if you’re looking for someone to take all the social media and lead generation tasks off your plate while keeping in touch with your newsletter subscribers.
Newsletter and Blog Management:
Including copy editing, design, graphics creation and, posting (content not included).
Including slide Presentations, ebooks/workbooks in Google docs, Canva, MS Office.
Social Media Graphics Creation in Canva & Post Scheduling:
Includes Hashtag research for IG, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter (content not included).
As a small business owner, you may not have the time or know-how to manage the technical aspects of your online business. Includes everything in the Virtual Assistant Services package plus the services below.
Including Landing Pages (WordPress, Leadpages), Sales Page Creation &
Email Automation Sequences.
Creating newsletter pop-ups:
And connecting to your auto-responder.
WordPress updates, maintenance:
Updating plugins and running backups.
This package is right for you if you recognize that content is vital for SEO but don’t have time to keep up with fresh content every month. Can be combined with Pinterest VA Services.
Formatting existing blog posts:
Including sourcing & adding images, creating graphics in Canva.
And on page SEO.
Blog content research:
And cross reference with keyword bank.
OR 2 New Blog Posts per Month:
Done for you content.
OR YouTube to Blog Posts:
Converting YouTube videos into blog post content.