Your clients can be a great source of referral income. New clients that come to you through referrals will trust you more with their projects and are likely to pay you more because of that trust. If they like your work, they will be grateful to your client for sharing your name. So, how do…

Read More

You’ve hit a point in your virtual assistant business where you need help leveling up. The problem is there’s no message that pops up on your computer screen with the words, “Hire a coach/mentor”. You have to figure out when you’re ready for a coach on your own. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t small…

Read More

When a potential client hires you, it’s easy to get excited. It’s fun to work with new people on different projects. But don’t let your enthusiasm get the best of you and blind you to possible problems. Smart virtual assistants look at the first few weeks of working with a new client as a test…

Read More

Once you’ve spent time working as a virtual assistant, you’ll get potential customers coming to you. This is exciting because you’ll spend less energy and time on marketing and more on simply serving your customers. But just because someone reaches out, you shouldn’t automatically accept them into your client roster. VAs should always take the…

Read More

You know you should be blogging but you’re not sure what to talk about. So, you don’t post and your blog becomes a ghost town. Or you might be a virtual assistant who blogs frequently on unrelated subjects. When potential clients visit your site, they see a mixture of posts on different topics with no…

Read More