Once I finally decided enough was enough and invested in myself and a coach, that was when things really began to transform.
As a virtual assistant (VA) or social media manager (SMM), like many other flexible work arrangements, you have a choice to make about how to price your services.
Qualifying leads means making sure they are a good fit for your services, they have the budget to invest in you, and they are ready to begin working with you. Basically, you are filtering out the leads that wouldn’t lead to clients for whichever various reason before you get on the discovery call with them.
Something has felt off for you, and you can’t really put your finger on it. You thought you were super aligned with your business, but you woke up one day and realized things felt completely off! What the heck?! What do you do to get things back on track?
For those of us out there who feel a little camera shy, the introduction of Reels may have come as a bit of an unwelcome guest. Especially when Instagram started favoring the accounts that were using them (yikes!)
Having a solid self-care strategy in place for you and your business is what could mean the difference between an aligned and thriving business, and one that is totally burnt out. So, if you’re ready for some super-essential self-care tips that will help you to avoid burnout, let’s get to it!
You are starting out on your Virtual Assistant or Social Media Manager journey, and are looking for support in building out your packages and offers. Welcome!
As a new VA, Social Media Manager, or service provider, I know how focused you are in trying to find new clients, but have you thought about what you will do once you have them? How you will give them this feeling, of knowing they made the right choice in working with you?
A hot topic since day one of Instagram has been “how do I grow my account?”. And while you can find a million resources giving you tips like “post stories every day” or “use hashtags”, I wanted to share with you some things I’ve learned over the last few years about growing your Instagram, in ways that truly matter (so, as business owners, in ways that help our businesses grow).
As 2020 has wrapped up and we begin a fresh new year, it felt only right to launch this blog with a post of reflections from the last year. As some of you may know, 2020 was the year I graduated from college, started an aligned, Social Media Management business, grew my team (during a pandemic!), among other things I can honestly say I am really proud of.