“How am I going to get my first client” or “How do I find them?” These are just some of the most common questions asked by those people who wanted to become a virtual assistant. Needless to say, the very first consideration of anyone starting a virtual career is the presence and existence of clients.
You may be the most skillful virtual assistant in the face of the virtual world, but if you lack strategic ways in finding your first client and more clients in the future, you will realize that any administrative, web designing, customer relations, and anything a VA does, all these skills are nothing. Therefore, before knowing how to handle your clients, it is important that you find them in the first place. And how is this feasible? The following are the 2 top suggestions:
1. Make it possible through press releases – Announcing that you are offering a virtual assistance service, gained recognition in your specialized field, or have been through different seminars and trainings as VA through press release submission is one good way of letting people know that you have services to offer and you mean real business.
Oftentimes, exerting your effort in more ways than one such as this is deemed of great weight in making your business known to vast numbers of possible clients.
2. Social networking with a twist – There are people who are into social networking not just for the mere reason of connecting with friends and acquaintances, but they also use these networks as effective vehicle for the service they offer. Sending announcements to your online community makes it possible to get more clients from your network.
There you have it, two of the top most suggestions a budding virtual assistant can do to find his very first client. So, before plunging headlong into the brave new world of virtual assistance, these two suggestions will certainly help you stumble upon that most coveted client.
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Kim Beckers is a successful Virtual Assistant with more then twelve (12) years of real world experience offering Administrative, Internet Marketing and Bookkeeping Services.