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Looking for fun new virtual assistant services to offer clients?
In this post, I’ll be going over niche skills you can offer as a VA that have a track record for commanding higher rates.
Each of these services do require some speciality knowledge in order to get started, but keep in mind that you can learn all of the skills necessary with the help of a course, online training or mentorship.
I’ll be scattering free and paid resources you may find helpful for each niche, throughout this post.
When I first started offering virtual assistant services like graphic design and website management, I was charging about $25 per hour.
With some Pinterest experience under my belt after having taken the popular course Become a Pinterest VA Today, I started to exclusively offer pin design and Pinterest account management to new clients.
By specializing, I was able to increase my going rate to around $50-100 per hour.
In my personal experience, offering Pinterest services was both extremely fun and profitable. Not only do you get paid to play on Pinterest, but you also get to see your clients businesses really take off.
As a Pinterest virtual assistant, you can help clients with things like:
- Scheduling pins using Tailwind
- Setting up a Pinterest business account
- Designing pins that match your client’s branding
- Optimizing your client’s Pinterest account
- Setting up rich pins
- & more!
If you’re interested in offering Pinterest services, be sure to sign up for this free workshop hosted by the creators of Become a Pinterest VA Today. Gina and Kristin will be discussing what a Pinterest virtual assistant is and how to become one.
Another great resource from Gina and Kristin I recommend checking out are their student success stories.
In these success stories, you can see how course alumni landed their first client, what services they offer, how much they earn each month and more! Some stories share really helpful advice and tips on avoiding common rookie mistakes as well.
Also, be sure to read Gina and Kristin’s personal journeys to becoming virtual assistants over on their blog! Each of their resources serve as massive inspiration and are a great way to delve deeper into the niche itself.
Facebook Ad Management
If you love social media marketing and optimizing ads for clients, then this may be the perfect new addition to your service menu.
I know multiple people from all over the world who offer Facebook ad management services to their clients. When you have some training and a case study or two in place, you can begin charging between $1000-2000 per month per client.
As a Facebook ad manager, you can help clients with:
- Designing branded ad graphics
- Ad copywriting and messaging
- Creating an optimal offer for your client’s business
- Setting up and troubleshooting FB ads
Mike Yanda and Bobby Hoyt are the creators of the infamous Facebook Side Hustle course. It’s a detailed training that includes video tutorials of everything you need to know about becoming a Facebook ad expert.
From the technical training to finding your first client to designing your first Facebook ad. They don’t hold anything back.
The course co-creator, Mike Yanda, previously mentioned in an interview that his digital marketing agency was brining in over 5 figures every month. If there’s anyone you want to learn this specific skillset from, it’s Mike and Bobby!
Click here for more information on how to make money from home as a Facebook ad manager.
Do you enjoy keeping an organized inbox? This is a wonderful skill that many entrepreneurs and bloggers could use help with.
A common struggle amongst business owners is managing their email. It can get so full of inquires, newsletters, and junk mail that eventually it becomes too overwhelming to sort through it all.
This overwhelm results in business owners spending a lot of time and focus doing something they may not love as much as creating content, for example.
Because of this, it’s common to see businesses hire out customer service and email management.
The course Email Management for Virtual Assistants from Horkey HandBook is a complete training on this service.
The course covers how and why to use labels, filters and other features to organize your client’s inbox. It also covers business advice related to pricing your services and how to overcome common obstacles.
Included in the course are templates, worksheets and other resources to help you thrive as an email manager!
Rachel has been offering email management and customer service help to entrepreneurs for a few years now. After creating a full time income from home as a VA, Rachel teamed up with Gina to offer this course detailing what she’s learned and how her success can be emulated.
In the same vein as email management, project management is a wonderful service option for natural planners and organizers.
Offering project management requires a lot of back and forth communication with clients, so if you love to work with people, this could be a great fit for you.
Hailey, the co-creator of the course Project Management for Virtual Assistants is a great example of how you can succeed as a PMVA. She left her corporate job after the birth of her son and started her own virtual assistant business.
In her first year, Hailey was able to bring in over $3,000 per month working part time hours.
If you’d like to learn more about what a project manager is, how you can become one, what you can charge and where to find clients, you may be interested in Hailey and Gina’s new course.
In it, they provide video lessons, worksheets, and templates to help you begin offering this service asap. As an added bonus, Hailey takes you by the hand with a live client walkthrough to show you what a great client experience looks like.
Offering writing services as a virtual assistant can be a very lucrative business move. Especially if you naturally love to share your thoughts and findings with others using written word.
Gina from Horkey HandBook actually began her online business journey as a freelance writer and virtual assistant.
In under six months, she was able to bring in a full time income of $4,000 per month. Within eight months, she was able to leave her corporate job.
This shift gave Gina the opportunity to spend more time with family, take awesome vacations, and have the freedom to work on her own terms.
If you’d like a step-by-step training on how to become a paid freelance writer, definitely check out Gina’s signature course: 30 Days or Less to Freelance Writing Success.
What virtual assistant services do you currently offer in your business? Were you able to find one in the list above that you’d like to add to your service menu?
My hope is that no matter where you are in your freelance business, this list gave you some new ideas on profitable services you can start offering to clients.
And if you feel like you could still use some more ideas, just click the button above to sign up for your free copy of 150+ Services You Can Offer as a Virtual Assistant.