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So I put up an ad for my services about two weeks ago. I made sure my services were affordable ($5 per hour) and I got into great detail about the services I offer but no one has contacted me yet. Its starting to get frustrating but I don't want to quit. What should I do? I tried networking and promoting my services but nothing is quite helping it!
Hello VA Community, RE: Does Blogging and offering a checklist build a customer base? Relatively new with blogging, have about a month experience with it, I have established a schedule from the get-go that I feel can be managed on a weekly basis. I'm wondering how successful is blogging and offering a checklist has helped you establish a customer base. I'm getting ready to post another blog "Startup Checklist - My ride to this point." I started off sharing my personal experience leading me into launching my own business, and ending with now I’d like to share my version of a startup checklist to get you started on your business adventure, etc. Looking forward to receiving your feedback on how successful or not this has been for you. Many thanks in advance, Angela
Hello, I wanted to ask what do you other virtual assistants do when you offer a platform for clients to keep track of their work. Here is my question: I have seen other VA's recommend that its good to use a project based platform. I use asana with the recommendation of Tawyna when I first started my business. The thing is when clients want to keep track of their work, I send them an invite to do so via this platform. In most cases, they do not know how to use this platform. A. I am considering offering an additional fee with their task when they order, then let them have the option of having a PDF guide/video, should I add an additional fee then have the option for them to; 1. Buy the PDF or video (this will be priced differently) 2.Have a free session with them 3. Allow them to learn on their own
I promised my client, who owns a cloud based virtual desktop, I'd do some research within the VA industry about benefits. Would some of you please chime in. Let me know how you think a virtual desktop on a private server could help your VA business. The way it works is you log into a virtual desktop that's backed up and stored on a cloud server. It's not Google, Amazon or some of the big names it's a smaller company. Not only can you log into the desktop but your client can too. We're just looking for some simple key benefits it could provide the VA industry. Also let me know if you currently use a company similar to this. Thank you.