If you’re looking for someone to help you with your business and decided to go with a virtual assistant, do you know where to start looking for one?
Unlike the traditional business world where you simply place an ad for an administrative position, things are different when hiring a VA because you’ll have to look online to find the right person.
Virtual Assistant Directories
There are a few ways that you can find the right virtual assistant. The first is to look locally. You can check out places like Google My Business, LinkedIn and Local.com for candidates in your area.
You can also look at virtual assistant directories. Most likely, virtual assistants who are seeking clients will be listed on sites like these:
Other VA Directories
Another option is to look at directories for certified virtual assistants. For example, like the International Virtual Assistant Association.
The IVAA is a well-known website for virtual assistants. Search through their directory. When a VA joins becomes a member, they have to fill out a detailed form about their experience, skills, certifications, etc.
You can also contact them with information about the type of services or support you need.
And you can also search through these sites:
Virtual Assistant Training Network
If you’re an author, blogger or solopreneur, I can help. I’m available to provide you with virtual assistant services. As your VA, I can:
- create content for your blog
- set up campaigns on social media to boost your posts/page
- prepare newsletters for your mailing list
- create content for your social media profiles
- engage with your audience on your behalf
- keep your WordPress website updated and maintained
And if you’re just getting started, I can:
- get your new website up and running
- set up your social media accounts
- create your mailing list and campaigns
Read more about how I can help you.
Wrapping It Up
In closing, finding the right virtual assistant simply means researching through well-known virtual assistant directories who will have all the information you need to select the perfect VA.
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