Are you looking to offer virtual assistant services in 2024? Or maybe you’re looking to up-level your virtual assistant service offerings?

If so, it’s a great time to decide which virtual assistant services you’ll offer to your clients.

It’s truly important that service providers, especially virtual assistants, are always learning. The world – both online and offline – changes so rapidly and you need to keep up.

Staying on the cutting edge of what business owners and potential clients are looking for is vital.

You should also keep in mind that all virtual assistant services that you can offer are not created equal. They are not all “Generalist VA” services that you can easily package up.

However, the beauty of being a business owner is that you get to choose what you offer, how much you charge, and who you offer it to.

So, when you are clear on these three points, you’ll be in great shape.

Most of these virtual assistant services are premium. Not all of these services should even be considered “virtual assistance” as you become an expert at your craft.

The right clients will pay you what you are worth. Do not undervalue yourself.

If you’re just getting started, you can find clients who will invest in your services while you are learning specific systems for them. That’s a lovely spot to be in, but don’t stay there forever.

When you become an expert, it’s important to know and be paid what you are worth. I know that I’ve said that already but it bears repeating.

Let’s dive in.

WHICH ONLINE BUSINESSES ARE LOOKING FOR VIRTUAL ASSISTANT SERVICES IN 2024?

  • Course Creators
  • Influencers
  • Podcasters
  • Online Store Owners
  • Real Estate Agents/Brokers
  • Business Coaches
  • Consultants
  • Startups
  • Bloggers

The list goes on but you get the idea!

APPS TO KNOW & LEARN

Here are a few apps that you should get to know as we move into the new year.

EXPERT SERVICES TO OFFER

When you offer these expert services, you need to charge a premium rate. You should also have experience in these areas and be able to share previous results with potential clients.

  • Bookkeeping
  • Email Marketing
  • Podcast Management
  • Pinterest Management
  • Launch Management (for course creators, especially!)
  • Social Media Management
  • Ad Campaign Management
  • Blog/WordPress Management
  • Facebook Community Management
  • Virtual Event & Webinar Management

MARKETING & TECH SERVICES

These are some of the tech skills you should know when offering the expert services I’ve mentioned above.

  • Sales Funnels & Landing Pages
  • Email Campaign Design
  • Content Creation
  • Copyrighting
  • SEO/Blog Post Writing
  • Graphic Design
  • Email Marketing Automation
  • Facebook & Instagram Ads
  • Linkedin Ads
  • Google Ads

VIRTUAL EVENTS & WEBINAR SERVICES

Zoom and Google Hangouts both have become household names in recent years. But did you know businesses have been using these for years to generate income?

Many businesses have pivoted or exponentially expanded their virtual event offerings. These events take a team to pull off which means there is so much opportunity in offering these as a virtual assistant service.

  • Event Planning
  • Live Event Representation
  • Editing
  • Proofreading
  • Transcription
  • Appointment Setting
  • General Research
  • Customer Service
  • Webinar Setup
  • Live Webinar Assistance
  • Live Chat Support / Help Desk
  • Webinar Platform Configuration

GENERAL VIRTUAL ASSISTANT SERVICES

Offering services as a “Generalist VA” is a great place to get started! There will always be a need for these types of administrative support as most businesses need them to function!

  • Customer Service
  • Live Chat Customer Support
  • Email/Inbox Management
  • Scheduling & Calendar Management
  • Invoicing / Collecting Payments
  • Calendar Management
  • Transcription Services
  • Writing/Updating Resumes
  • Travel Research & Booking
  • Data Entry
  • Proofreading
  • Personal Tasks

I NEED THIS!

 

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