FAQ, Services

I’m Not a Business Owner, Can I Still Work with a VA?

The short answer: ABSOLUTELY!

The longer answer: Utilizing the expertise of a Virtual Assistant is not just for those who own a business. Anyone who has needs a VA can meet should feel comfortable working with a VA. Each VA will offer a different set of services and packages.

Some VA’s only work with ongoing retainer clients, some only offer set hourly packages, some only work on one-off projects, and some offer a combination of service packages. In doing your VA research, you want to make sure the person you’re interested in working with offers a service structure that meets your needs and budget.

So, how can you—a non-business owner—utilize the services of a VA? Here are just a few examples:

  • Designing Christmas cards, party invitations, ‘thank you’ notes, etc.
  • Editing posts for your hobby blog
  • Creating a calendar system to manage your family schedule
  • Creating a portfolio website to enhance your resume
  • Updating the content on your wedding website
  • Creating your wedding website
  • Book formatting for self-published authors
  • Video and audio editing for podcasters and/or YouTubers

This is a very short list of items a VA can help with, and it depends entirely upon your needs and the specific VA you want to work with. There are VAs who specialize in tech automation, interior design, working with indie authors and podcasters, graphic design… almost anything you can think of, there’s a VA who specializes in it; you just have to find the right VA.

If you have a project you’d like some assistance with—whether you consider yourself a business owner or not—I’d love to talk with you about how I can help. I offer a range of project, hourly, and retainer packages to meet a variety of needs. Take a look at my services and packages, and then reach out to me and let’s see how we can work together!

~Christine Gabriélle

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