What is a Virtual Expert® or Virtual Assistant?
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In reality, a VA is what you make it out to be
In a very basic sense, a Virtual Assistant (VA) is something like an Office Manager or an Executive Assistant. In reality, a VA is what you make it out to be.
Becoming a VA provides you the freedom of being your own boss while doing work that you love. A VA is an independent contractor who supports other business owners and professionals with the services they provide them.
VA’s can typically be categorized into two groups: Creative and Techie.
A VA is a business owner. You can work from anywhere, on your own schedule. As the Owner of your own business, you get to help other business owners earn more in their own businesses, which helps you in yours. It’s a win-win situation!
Most general admin VA’s in North America cap out at $25 an hour for the work they perform. A VA is considered a generalist, while a VE (Virtual Expert®) is considered an expert in their area. VE’s can earn over $45 an hour, depending on their specialization, skills, and knowledge.
- Social Media Manager
- Editing and Proofreading
- Writer (copy, ghost, etc.)
- Graphic Designer
- Newsletter Management
- Project Manager
- Product Launch
- And more!
- Customer Relations Manager
- Website Builder
- Website Maintenance
- Marketing Manager
- Online Course Builder
- Excel Spreadsheets
- Video and Audio Editor
- And more!
Who is your Ideal Client?
In the Expert VA® Training, you are matched with a Coach who will help you evaluate your skills so that you can package them. You are taught ALL the nuts and bolts of how to find, get, and keep clients. This is from business basics to keeping it running by attracting more clients on a regular basisBook A Discovery Call
Who Is Looking For You Right Now?
- Real Estate Agents
- Health Professionals (medical, dental, chiropractors, etc.)
- Alternative Health Professionals (health coaches, acupuncturists, nutritionists, etc.)
- Contractors (construction, landscaping, plumbing, etc.)
Keep in mind that your ideal client will be even more specific than just what area they work in. Narrowing down your ideal client and target market are items that are taught in the Expert VA® Training program.