I’ve worked as a virtual assistant for almost 10 years. I’ve worked with Internet marketers, well-known and just-starting-out bloggers, and online business owners. I wrote a popular eBook about how to get started as a virtual assistant. I manage a Facebook group (that I created) full of new, experienced, and aspiring virtual assistants. So, rest assured that when you work with me, you’re getting someone that has lots of experience with all things “virtual assistant”.
Who I Work With and What I Can Do
If you’re a blogger, an online business owner, a network marketing professional, or a creative business owner, I want to work with you! You are my people. I know your businesses. Here’s a sampling of what I can do for you (and have done many times for others):
- Help you create and manage your blog and/or website
- Manage your email inbox, social media accounts, affiliate program, advertising, and email marketing
- Help create and repurpose your blog and/or website content
- Help plan and implement online events and product launches
- Light audio, video, and image editing
- Help organize your business and put systems in place
- Project and team management
- Provide all of the occasional administrative help you may need, like booking travel arrangements, sending cards and gifts, time-consuming data entry, and transcription
- Whatever else you’re desperate to offload so you can work on the things only you (as the CEO of your business) can do
That’s not an all-encompassing list. If there’s something you need done that’s not mentioned above, get in touch here (or send an email to lisa -at- lisamorosky -dot- com) and run it past me. I’m sure it’s also something I can help you with.
How I Work With Clients
I’m all about streamlining systems and keeping things simple in regards to the way I work with clients. My preferred method of communication is email and/or Facebook message. I strive to get all tasks done within 48 hours of them being given to me (but, if that’s not possible, we’ll work together to figure out an acceptable due date). I use all of the resources at my disposal, and the culmination of all of my experience, to really help my clients to the best of my ability.
Here’s How Much It’ll Cost You
“So, what’s it going to cost me?” – that’s what you’re thinking now, right? Well, I keep things simple there too. Clients purchase a package of hours upfront, and then I bill everything I do for them (to the minute) against those hours. Hours expire a year from the purchase date. When the hours are close to running out, I let the client know and they can decide whether or not to purchase more hours (and this is when a timesheet can be requested as well). Because of the nature of the work I do, there are no refunds. Easy peasy. I’ve been working this way for several years and it really works for everyone.
Below you’ll find my rates for 1 hour, 5 hours, 10 hours, 20 hours, 40 hours, and 60 hours. The more hours you buy, the cheaper the hourly rate.