18 / January / 2023 : 11-05

Start Your Home-based Virtual Assistant Business on Maternity Leave

Starting a virtual assistant business is a great option for moms on maternity leave who have administrative skills and want to work from home. Here are the steps to get started:
Determine your services: Decide what services you want to offer as a virtual assistant. This can include tasks such as email management, scheduling, social media management, data entry, and more.
Set your rates: Determine how much you want to charge for your services. Research rates of other virtual assistants to ensure that your rates are competitive.
Create a website: Create a website to promote your services and showcase your skills and experience. Include your rates, services offered, and contact information.
Network: Reach out to your existing network and let them know about your virtual assistant business. Join social media groups and online forums to connect with potential clients.
Market your services: Use social media, email marketing, and other digital marketing strategies to promote your services to a wider audience.

Set up your work environment: Create a dedicated workspace in your home where you can work without distractions.
Get the necessary tools: Invest in the necessary tools to do your job, such as a computer, internet connection, and software.
Starting a virtual assistant business requires hard work and dedication, but it can be a rewarding and profitable venture for moms on maternity leave who want to work from home.
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Published on 18 / January / 2023 : 11-05
Published by Liana Aloyan

Journalist, columnist. Liana studies at the Faculty of Russian Philology of Khachatur Abovyan State University. She has been working at Yelaket (Yelaket.am) news agency since 2019 as a journalist and columnist. Writes articles about business and marketing. Liana is a member of "Media association" since 2020.

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