Create Your Virtual Assistant Benefits Flyer™ + Stand Out In The Crowded VA Space

A Virtual Assistant Benefits Flyer is more than just a piece of paper—it’s your secret weapon for showcasing the value and solutions your services and products offer. In a world filled with noise, traditional marketing tools like business cards and brochures won’t cut it anymore. If you’re ready to truly stand out from the crowd, I highly recommend creating a Benefits Flyer.

Virtual Assistant Benefits Flyer 101

Forget about just handing out your title and a business card or brochure – in today’s world, people want to know what you can do for them. That’s where the Virtual Assistant Benefits Flyer comes in.

Many folks don’t fully grasp what a Virtual Assistant does; they might think it’s just administrative work. But as you know, the term covers various services, from answering phones to programming.

I’ve been using a Virtual Assistant Benefits Flyer for years at networking events; let me tell you, it’s a game-changer. Instead of focusing on who you are, it hones in on what you can offer your audience. It’s not just a piece of paper; it’s a conversation starter and a standout piece in a sea of business cards.

Here’s the kicker: unlike business cards that end up in a pile on someone’s desk, your Benefits Flyer won’t fit into that stack. It demands attention and gets noticed.

Ready to create yours? Here’s how:

#1 — Brain Dump: List all the benefits and solutions your services provide your target market. Think: saving time and money, earning more, peace of mind, freedom, and business growth.

#2 – Bullet Statements: Condense your list into 3-5 bullet statements highlighting the most compelling benefits from your brain dump.

#3 – Create A Flyer: Use Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, or any other tool to create your flyer. Opt for a size larger than a business card, like 4×6 or 5×7. Add your logo and contact info.

#4 — Print Them: To test them out, start with a small batch—no more than 20—and print them yourself or go pro.

#5 — Put Them Everywhere: Keep copies in your car, purse, and briefcase everywhere.

#6 – Update As Needed: As your business evolves, so should your flyer.

How To Use Your Virtual Assistant Benefits Flyer:

  1. Take them everywhere with you!
  2. Leave them at local businesses when running errands; you might snag a client or two.
  3. Ditch the business cards at events and use your Benefits Flyer instead.
  4. Use it as a conversation starter. Grab attention with one of your bullet statements and reel them in with your expertise.
  5. Get out there and let your Benefits Flyer do the talking for you!

Check out these awesome Benefits Flyers crafted by some of my amazing clients! Click the link below to download and get inspired.

Click here + download the Free Benefits Flyer Checklist

Are you using a Virtual Assistant Benefits Flyer or something similar? How is it working? Don’t forget to leave a comment if you found this information useful – I’d love to hear from you!

Thanks for reading! – Susan

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  1. Hazel

    Hi, I love the idea of a benefits flyer.
    I can’t seem to see the samples, the links take me to the home page?

    • Susan Mershon

      Hi Hazel, sorry about that. I’ve updated the links so they work now. Let me know what you think.

  2. Donna O'Reilly

    Great, practical and ‘why did I NOT think of that’ advice. I need to get enough money together so that I can sign up for one of your on-line courses. You will be hearing from me soon…. take care…

    • mersuz0013

      Awesome Donna, thank you for the response. Can’t wait to see you in one of my programs.

    • Yvonne Jansky

      Hi Susan:

      I tried to click on the 2 samples of Flyers and it keeps taking me back to your main page. Are they no longer posted?

      Thanks, Yvonne~

      • Susan Mershon

        Hi Yvonne, sorry about that – I’ve updated the links and they’re working now. Let me know what you think.

  3. Christy

    I love this idea! I am going to my first networking event later this month and can’t wait to try it. Thank you Susan!

    • SE Mershon

      Thank you Christy – let me know how it goes!

  4. Kim Orsag

    What a great idea! I’ve used what I call my “One Sheet” that includes my services and expertise on an 8 1/2 x 11 printed flyer. However, I really like this benefits flyer idea. Thanks for sharing Susan!

    • SE Mershon

      Thank you Kim for posting. I love my Benefits Flyer and use it for all my local networking events.

  5. T. Camille Mitchell

    As an emerging Virtual Assistance provider, I find this information highly useful. This will now become part of my marketing implantation plan. Thanks a lot!

    • SE Mershon

      Thank you Camille. I’m glad you found it useful and congrats on your emerging business.

  6. Jen

    Excellent tips Susan. I’ve definitely kept the larger ‘business cards’ aside. It works. I agree, tell them HOW you will help them. Let them know the How and Why (you).

    • SE Mershon

      Thank you Jen 😉

  7. MJ Escobar

    I love the benefits flyer. Great tip. It’s a great way to convey much more information than a business card ever could! Thanks!

    • SE Mershon

      Thank you Marla – I found it much easier to connect with potential clients than a regular old business cards 😉

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