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Simple Tips for List Building to Get New Clients

We hear things like, “The money is in your list,” but what does that mean for you and your virtual assistant business? Simply put, it means that you can grow and get new clients in your virtual assistant business by enticing people to sign up for your email list—and then connecting with them. It doesn’t […]

Attract Clients into Your Virtual Assistant Business with Your Web Copy

You’ve worked hard on creating your virtual assistant website. Now how do you get more clients to notice it? Watch this short video for tips on how to write copy for your VA website that will attract more clients and make them want to work with you! Ready for new clients for your virtual assistant business? […]

Specialize in Your Virtual Assistant Business and Get More Clients

Here’s a question I’m asked a lot by new virtual assistants: “I don’t really know what types of services that I want to offer in my VA business. Can’t I say that I kind of do everything? Then I’ll be sure to bring in all kinds of clients, right?” I have a better suggestion than […]

Become A New Client Magnet!

How do online business challenges help you amp up your virtual assistant business? How can you become a New Client Magnet? Watch this short video and find out the answers:   Are you ready to take me up on my dare? Are you ready to become a New Client Magnet? Let’s do this! Join us […]

Different Ways to Deliver Your Free Gift – Doable 14

Today’s post is a guest post from my friend Stacey Myers. She’s come out with a fabulous new book called Build Your List with 30 Daily Doables. In order to get the word out about this valuable list-building resource, Stacey is going on a blog tour, where she shares one doable item per day on […]

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Blogs with Info for Virtual Assistants

I know it’s easy to go into information overload when you’re starting your virtual assistant business. There’s so much out there online. Who can you trust? I’ve given you a helpful list before of websites that you can check out for our industry, filled with people I feel you can trust who also give really […]

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Are You a Professional Juggler?

Have you ever had those moments in life where you’re juggling so many balls that some are bound to drop and you feel like you can only really concentrate on one or two of them? You might be juggling your full-time job, starting your virtual assistant business, family, kids, personal stuff and countless other things. […]

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Getting Started Series Part 6: Legal Aspects of Running Your Own VA Business

    Grab the audio version of this post here:   Hi, it’s Alicia here at newVAadvice.com and I’m back with another segment in the Getting Started series. Today, we’re going to talk about the legalities of owning your own virtual assistant business. It’s very likely that by now you’ve realized you have some amazing […]

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25 Things About Alicia

I got the idea to write this blog post from my friends in one of my mastermind groups. (Note: That’s an affiliate link.) They pointed out this post by Paul Taubman where he gave his audience a glimpse into who he really is. Tracy Roberts suggested that we take a minute and write one of […]

One Place You’re Not Looking for Clients

Trying to figure out where to find your target market and whether that’s online or offline? In this video, I share an often overlooked way to connect with potential clients for your virtual assistant business. This tactic is not necessarily difficult, but it may be outside of your comfort zone. Take a look and see […]

Should you call yourself a Virtual Assistant?

In this short video, I address a very controversial topic in our industry. Should you use the term “virtual assistant” in your business name or to describe what you do? Watch the video to get my take on the subject:   Video reference notes: Narrowing down your target market Knowing what problem you solve for […]

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My Word to Guide 2015

Over the last two years, I’ve adopted the practice of choosing a word that will serve as my theme for the year to come. I love this idea so much more than making resolutions. And I’m so glad my business coach, Kelly McCausey, reminded me to share this with you. When I start thinking about […]