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Spend little to set up a VA business and even less on overhead.
If you already have:
low-cost long distance
all you’ll have to buy to set up your virtual assistant business is a website. To purchase a website that provides everything you’ll ever need in a VA website, you should plan to spend between $300 and $600 to have it set up and under $25 a month to host.
You get to do something you love.
What are you passionate about? Whatever it is, you’ll be able to create a VA (virtual assistant) business around it.
You can get retrained in only 90 days.
That’s right. In only 90 days, you can have your new Virtual Assistant business set up and ready to bring in clients. And you can do it all from the comfort of your own home via teleclasses (those are classes held over the phone) and the internet.
If your job has been outsourced or is no longer in demand, it may be time to get retrained in a new career. Or, perhaps you’re a returning veteran (or a military spouse) who needs a new opportunity. Or, maybe you’re a retiree who needs some extra income or is simply bored and needs a new challenge.
Do you know how to:
- Write complete sentences
- Communicate well over the phone and by email
- Use the computer and internet (I’m not talking about programming here. I’m just talking about having basic computer skills such as knowing how to use Microsoft Word and how to do research on the internet.)
If you answered yes to the above, my Expert Virtual Assistant Training program can guide you through setting up your own Virtual Assistant business so that it’s ready to bring in clients in 90 days or less. This hands-on training program doesn’t just teach you how to set up your business. I personally take you by the hand and guide you step by step through the whole process. I coach you and answer all your questions along the way.
If you answered no to any of the above questions, and you need to brush up on your skills, there are inexpensive resources to help you do that quickly. You’ll find the online training programs I recommend on the Expert VA Resources page on my website.
What’s keeping you from starting your own Virtual Assistant business? Email me at email@example.com or post a comment here and tell me.
To your Virtual Assistant success,
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