Become a Successful Virtual Assistant (Va): Even as a Beginner: Learn the Business Side of Getting and Keeping Clients & Ditch Your Soul Sucking Job (Paperback)
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Have you ever wondered how much money the virtual assistants (VA) make & what type of jobs they typically do? If so, you are not alone. This is one of the rapidly growing industries with tons of work outsourced by small to big companies. Even the solopreneurs are taking this as a profession.As a VA, you can make money by working from anywhere across the world. So long as you have an Internet connection and a Smartphone or a computer, you can work as a VA. I wish I had written this book back in the year 2017 when one of my friends was struggling to make good money as a VA so that he could have a smooth transition being a VA. But now he and many other VAs are making more than $3000/month+ and are traveling all around the world, living a digital nomad life.Hi, my name is Abhi and Co-Founder & CEO of a Facebook specialized advertising company Digital Pexel, I hire VAs for almost all of my work, like data entry, email response, appointment scheduling and more and I was VA even before my journey of entrepreneurship has started. Most of the companies out there hire a VA for both short-term & long-term projects and you can encash this opportunity. If all of this sounds exciting to you, then read on because I've got a lot more to train you on. So you might be wondering that all this sounds good, but who exactly is a virtual assistant (VA)? A virtual assistant (typically abbreviated to VA, also called a virtual office assistant) is a person who provides support services to other businesses from a remote location and provides professional, administrative, technical, or creative (social) assistance to the clients remotely from home or own office and not from the client's location.It's a win-win situation for both you and your clients, as you being a VA can charge variable pricing from client to client depending on your skills and client's project. Whereas the client is also benefited from virtual assistants as VAs are independent contractors rather than employees. Clients are not responsible for any employee-related taxes, insurance or benefits, except in the context that those indirect expenses are included in the VAs fees. These days, clients also avoid the logistical problem of providing extra office space, equipment or supplies. Clients pay for 100% productive work and can work with virtual assistants individually, or in multi-VA firms to meet their exact needs. What does a Virtual Assistant Do?You might be thinking that it sounds great to me but does a VA actually do? The answer is pretty simple; anything that is done online can be done by a VA. A VA can do anything that's done by support except bringing a coffee;)If you are excited to know more purchase this book, which you will help become a perfect VA and earns some real money as VA.