If you’re looking for a virtual assistant or are wanting to become a virtual assistant, this is the ebook for you!
HoJo has been a registered seller on Teachers Pay Teachers since 2009, becoming a premium member in 2011. She became a virtual assistant in 2015.
This 26 page ebook outlines her story, duties a virtual assistant (VA) can complete, tips for both the VA and the teacherpreneur, tips specific for the teacherpreneur when considering hiring a VA, and tips for the virtual assistant who is just getting started.
This ebook is meant for the teacherpreneur who has not yet hired a virtual assistant and the aspiring virtual assistant who has not yet had any clients. While those who have experience hiring or being a VA may find the information in this ebook valuable, it is set up more for the novice.
Tips for both parties are broken into the following sections:
→ considering a trial period
→ having an agreement
→ handling deadlines
→ getting approval before going live
→ ending services
Topics for the teacherpreneur include:
→ spending money to make money
→ how much services may cost
→ ideas for finding a VA
→ questions to consider before hiring a VA
→ giving honest feedback
→ that it’s ok to ask questions
→ paying in a timely manner
→ responding to correspondence promptly
→ not having to “give away” the key to your TpT store
The new or aspiring virtual assistant will get information on:
→ finding work
→ how to handle people who reach out to you
→ guidelines on how much to charge
→ communication tips
→ deciding how to set up billing
→ how to actually bill clients
→ handling confidentiality
→ coming up with routines and organization
→ providing ongoing communication
→ how to avoid overbooking and handling it if it does happen
→ tips to just get started
→ tax ideas
→ loving your VA work
The best part about this ebook? You will be given access to a secret Facebook group just for teacherpreneurs and virtual assistants who are seeking one another. Instructions for accessing this group are included on page 23 and 24 of your download.
The Facebook group includes copies of the contract Heather uses (although she is a lawyer, so definitely do your own homework!). As of September 2018, there are over 80 people in the group - allowing you to network, ask questions, and learn from others.
If you are considering leaving the teaching profession to work from home, this may be a good fit for you. Read this ebook to find out how becoming a virtual assistant and helping others improve their TpT stores will be a good teaching alternative. You can earn thousands of dollars each month - oftentimes while still being a stay at home mom to your own child/ren.
If you have any questions before buying or after, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me via my Q&A tab.
If you’re a teacherpreneur with a blog on the Blogger platform, you may also be interested in my ebook about Search Engine Optimization for Blogger blogs that can be found HERE!
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Looking for even more great teacherpreneur resources? This blog post is FULL of great ideas!
Thanks for looking!
~Heather aka HoJo~