Work From Home as a Virtual Assistant
What you'll learn
- Determine if being a virtual assistant is right for you
- Learn what you need to do before opening for business
- Set your business policies and set yourself up for success
- Learn how to set your rates
- Prepare your business for launch
- Create processes for the day to day running of your home based business
- Successfully launch your business
- Some experience in a business office setting
- Knowledge and ability to use a computer
- Knowledge and ability to use online technology (i.e. browsers, email, cloud storage, etc.)
Thanks to online technology, working from home is a real possibility. With the growing numbers of entrepreneurs working from home, the demand for individuals who can provide administrative support virtually via those same technologies has grown as well. Starting your own virtual assistant business is easy, but starting a successful virtual assistant business requires a bit more. This course is designed to give you the edge, sharing processes proven to help build a successful virtual assistant business.
Who this course is for:
- People who would like to start their own small business
- People who would like to work from a home office
Tina Marie Hilton is owner and virtual online technology assistant at Clerical Advantage and it’s Girly Girl Geek Designs website services and has been successfully providing services to clients across the U.S. since 2007. She has also coached and instructed virtual professionals in comprehensive ways to build success in their businesses since 2011.
Tina Marie is an expert in the virtual assistant industry. That expertise has been utilized through her association with the following:
Faculty Member at Solo Practice University – teaching a course for solo attorneys on how to find and work with a virtual assistant/virtual paralegal effectively.
Team Member at the Alliance for Virtual Businesses - web designer and instructor.
Co-Founder at Start Blogging Today – providing training for businesses and individuals in the area of blogging for business.
Her writing on the subject of virtual assistance also appears in the book “Social Media for Lawyers” by Carolyn Elefant, Esq. and Nicole Black, Esq. She is listed as a case study in attorney Stephanie Kimbro’s “Virtual Law Practice: How to Deliver Legal Services Online”.
She has also been interviewed numerous times by the likes of the Paralegal Mentor, Vicki Voisin, the Virtual Assistant Forums, A Virtual Perception Podcast and many others. Her experience and expertise in the industry was featured in the article “Virtually Yours” in the November 2011 edition of the Carolina Paralegal News. She has also been a guest speaker at the Online International Virtual Assistants Convention for several years running.