One of the things I’ve been wanting to focus on (but just don’t have a lot of time to do) is to offer my readers find new ideas or ways to make extra income. One of those ways I’ve showed you is how to become a paid virtual assistant. Let’s face it, who doesn’t want to make extra money on the side these days? If you ever wanted to take your freelancing career to the next level, I highly recommend becoming a virtual assistant.
So I’m bringing it back today and I’m so excited because I will be able to share with a you a valuable FREE resource for those of you who are seriously considering becoming a virtual assistant, plus at the end of this post, there’s fantastic giveaway: a very helpful, comprehensive course to help guide you step-by-step and get you started as a successful virtual assistant – in 30 days or less!
I’ve been so amazed at all the great opportunities out there for virtual assistants to thrive. I’ve seen so many of my friends who are now making real income as a paid virtual admin doing the tasks they love, or utilizing the skills they already have. It truly is a great way to get started as a freelancer, develop your skills and gain a deeper understanding of online entrepreneurship as a whole – all while providing a valuable service to your clients and making a decent income for yourself.
Why Consider Becoming A Virtual Assistant?
Here are proven facts about virtual assistants:
- There has been a 95% increase in demand for VAs in the last three years
- The average North American virtual assistant earns $35 to $50 per hour (with some going as low as $25 per hour and others as high as $100 per hour)
- A recent survey by Upwork shows 69% are happier freelancing than working in a regular office-based position
150+ Services You Can Offer As A Virtual Assistant – And Get Paid For!
My friend Gina Horkey, who is a successful freelance writer and runs a virtual assistant business herself, offers a FREE and downloadable list of 150+ services you can offer as a VA – and get paid for!
Here are just some of the services you can offer to get paid as a virtual assistant:
Administrative Support – such as data entry, managing your client’s calendar, making travel arrangements, booking appointments
Blog/Website Management – such as moderating blog comments, updating or removing old/unwanted posts, tracking metrics
Finance – such as bookkeeping, processing payments and creating invoices, handling basic payroll duties
Online Marketing – such as creating newsletters and sales pages, managing giveaways and promotions, designing fliers and brochures
Social Media – such as promoting posts on the client’s social media channels, replying to social media mentions and comments, sharing videos and articles for promotions
The list is long and I can’t list everything here. But I think it’s really a valuable list for those of you who are looking to supplement their current income part-time or even looking to work full-time as a virtual assistant. If you want access to the full list, just GO HERE to download your own copy for FREE! It’s truly an amazing list. I’m a super busy blogger, but after seeing the list, I now have a gazillion ideas on how I can expand my services to include some of the ideas I found from this list which I know I can do. Now I just really need to find time to be able to do them.