Have you wondered how to get your foot in the door as a social media manager, content creator or digital marketer?
Do you have any idea what you should do with your unique talent and job experiences and what services to offer online business owners?
Are you nervous that you might have giant gaps in your digital marketing knowledge and you may not be hireable?
Do you need a network to help refer you and connect you to clients and other contractors?
Most freelancers struggle with these same issues.
I’m here to help you fast track your learning, get your freelance business going and get you hired as a digital media virtual assistant.
After freelancing for 11 years, I’ve noticed six common traits among VAs who are successful and turning down clients.
… And if you already have skills in your neon fanny pack, and you’ve had some success in your career, but it’s not just enough to give you the income freedom you want. I can help.
I’m not saying this to be pompous. The fact is, I need you too. Because my network NEEDS good VAs.
With the world going virtual, my inbox is literally bursting with great clients looking for online specialists:
.. All the things bigger, better and more established clients need and just don’t have the time to do.
But they can’t find the right people.
They want someone who gets it and who can take any one of those tasks and run without being micro-managed. (Which doesn’t seem like it would be hard to find this magical person, but yet it is.)
(Note: these aren’t entry-level tasks, if you are looking for transcription, call-center, Upwork and invoicing jobs, I’m sorry but this isn’t for you.)