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VA Short-Term Outsourcing: It’s not a Like a Marriage for Pete’s Sake

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I love being a VA

I love being a VA. My days are full, my projects are challenging, and my clients diverse.

But what I have found is that many people are reluctant to reach out to a Virtual Assistant because they are leery about long term commitment.  Kinda like;  “I only have a couple things I need help with,” they fret. “I can’t commit to a 6 month contract at this point.”

What many of these potential clients don’t release is that, I (and many other VA’s) are more then willing to do many “mini projects” and month. I personally enjoy the break from my normal workload to do something fresh and new.  Yes, I would prefer to have a sign contract in place , but if someone comes to me and simply needs a “quickie” project like a new Facebook Timeline cover, Tweets written for a one-time event, or even a quick review of their overall social media strategy, I am more than happy to oblige and details/payment can be worked out accordingly.

Need a handful of quality Tweets created based on a project, launch, or event? NO PROBLEM.

Need a quick review of your currently social media platforms so you can tweak and improve? GOTCHA COVERED.

It’s a “win/win” my by book as well. The client gets work done that promotes and assists in  the growth of their business  (without breaking the bank) and I get great “filler work” that I enjoy doing. As an client looking for short-term VA work, you can expect to have to pre-pay in advance and a list of expectations and tasks in writing is a must as well.

A Side Bit Of Advice for VAs: If you are open to the idea of taking on “mini” or short term projects, I would suggest you keep those projects within your skillset and get payment upfront. Also get a clear understanding of the project entails in writing including due dates and expected outcomes.

So if you have a few projects/issues that are holding you up from the growth of your business, set a budget, and do some checking for a reputable source or VA to help you get over these hurtles and get on with your success. I can help, or I also highly recommend checking into IVAA and VANetworking for a list of qualified and reputable VA’s.

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BUT WAIT! I am excited to announce that I am running a very special (limited time) sale for those folks who need quick VA help without a long term commitment.

It’s time for the  Virtual Assistant Services Block-O-Time Sale!

Here’s a very special opportunity to get 3 hours of Virtual Assistant services in the field of social media, writing, and blogging for your business. And at 2013 rates! Go HERE for more details and to lock in your 3 hours of valuable Virtual Assistant Service time.


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