I’m so excited to share with you this replay of the recent Facebook Live Q&A with Hannah Dixon where we talked about how to start as a VA.
It’s been so much fun experimenting with Facebook Live and it’s definitely something I’d like to do much more often.
In April I spoke to Hannah Dixon, a high end VA (virtual assistant) who also trains others to start a career as VAs. It was such an honour to welcome Hannah in our group and for all the girls to be able to ask her real time questions about working and travelling as a VA.
If you’re considering a career as a virtual assistant watch the video below and write down all the tips Hannah shared. If you’d like to learn more and start your own VA career, you can join Hannah’s VA Starter Kit online course or sign up to her super popular 5-Day VA challenge here.
- Which platforms are there for freelance VAs and should you be using them?
- How to use Facebook groups and relationship marketing to find your dream client
- What kind of skills do you need to become a VA?
- What kind of work do VAs do?
- How to market your strengths as a VA
- Different ways to price your services
- How to transfer your offline work experience to online VA work
- How to deal with contracts as a freelance VA
Hannah’s shared her Top 5 tools with us that she likes to use to keep herself organised as a VA. All of these tools have free versions, so you can start setting yourself up right away.
- Trello – free project management tool
- Slack – free communication tool
- Toggl – free time tracking tool
- Buffer – free social media scheduling tool
- Canva – incredible (free) graphic design tool
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