Today I wanted to share some services you can offer as a virtual assistant. These are things you may already know how to do and didn’t know you could monetize, or you can learn how to do these things to then offer them as services.
A lot of entrepreneurs are great writers, but don’t have the time to proofread all of their content before it goes live. If your favorite subject in school was English, proofreading is a great service to offer. You’ll spend your time reading through content, making edits and making sure it all is spelled and laid out correctly.
Pinterest management is becoming an even more popular skill every day. Pinterest is an amazing platform for all bloggers, and people are willing to pay to make sure they are getting the most out of it. Take some time to educate yourself on best practices for Pinterest management, and then get out there and offer your services!
This service requires some knowledge of google or Facebook ads, but luckily both platforms have great guides to their ad programs. Facebook has a paid program you can take to earn a certification, but Google’s is free. They are both pretty intensive so prepare to dedicate some time, but once you have those certifications you’ll be able to offer this skill and earn some money.
If you are knowledgeable at all about accounting and bookkeeping, you can offer that service as a virtual assistant. Even if you’re just keeping track of all their expenses and income and plugging them into a program that does everything for you (quickbooks or freshbooks), that is a service you can offer.
There are so many opportunities for virtual assistants, and you can start putting your knowledge to good use while earning some money.