Once you make the decision to start up as a Virtual Assistant, you need to identify the services that you want to provide to clients. To do this, a good start is to look at your previous jobs and identify the tasks that you enjoyed doing and what you were good at.
Some of the services to consider initially are:
Arranging appointments and co-ordination of meeting documents. You can also be the point of contact for their clients.
Arranging any type of large meeting or event – product launch, AGM, seminar, Christmas party or other celebration.
Clients can dictate what they want and then email to their VA for transcribing. One thing to remember is the industry standard for transcription is that it can take up to 4 hours to transcribe 1 hour of audio.
This can include sending out mail shots, desktop publishing and sending out press releases.
The internet is a great resource that VAs can navigate very quickly and easily to search for relevant information for clients.
This can include creating a database from scratch, cleaning up a database or maintaining client database on a regular basis.
Planes, trains and automobiles! You can arrange all travel requirements for your client and can include liaising with Travel Agents for family holidays.
Social Media Management
Help clients keep their blogs, Facebook and Twitter accounts up to date. This is proving to be a service that continues to grow in popularity.
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