Using an alternative title for Virtual Assistant will help your potential clients understand what you do and will impact how they perceive you and your Virtual Assistant business.
You may have heard me say don’t use Virtual Assistant as a title for yourself or your business. That’s because Virtual Assistant is NOT a title, it’s an Industry. It’s like the coaching industry. Both are diverse and are not cookie cutters.
They’re made up of different sets of experience and expertise. When you call yourself a VA people either think you’re an admin or have no idea what it means. Not to mention calling yourself a VA doesn’t really tell anyone anything.
So, What’s An Alternative Title for Virtual Assistant?
Well, that depends on the services you’re offering in your business. Your title is part of your overall marketing strategy. It needs to be clear to your target audience what you do and how you can help them. So you can see it’s important to use something other than VA.
Tune in to learn:
- Why using Virtual Assistant as a title limits you.
- Examples of titles you can use instead of VA.
- Tips on how to figure out your own alternative title for Virtual Assistant.
Please also read my blog post, The 12 Virtual Assistant Mistakes You Should Avoid At All Costs – Especially If You’re A New VA! if you want to know more about some of the most common errors a lot of new Virtual Assistants make.
Thanks for listening – Susan
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