Selling Virtual Assistant products is a great way to scale your business. It can be something as simple as an information product like an actionable to-do list to help you earn passive income and leverage your time.
Creating Virtual Assistant Products Should Be Uncomplicated
Most people believe that putting together Virtual Assistant Products isn’t something they can do or it has to be something really complex in order to work. Believe it or not, that is not the case. In fact, the simpler it is the better. It just needs to get results for the person who purchased it.
My very first information product was a $19 dollar e-book and checklist on email marketing and why you needed to build a list for your VA business. I remember what it felt like to get that first sale when I wasn’t working. It was on a weekend while I was enjoying life. I thought, wow I can get used to this!
I was so used to working to get paid I almost felt guilty. (It’s a mindset issue that I still deal with today… all those years of hearing you can’t make money unless you’re sitting in front of your computer).
So if you’re interested in learning more about scaling your business by selling Virtual Assistant products be sure to listen to this podcast.
If you’re looking for additional ways to scale your VA business, please read my post, Ready To Scale Your Virtual Assistant Business? Here Are 9 Ways To Change Things Up.
Thanks for reading and listening – Susan
P.S. If you want to specialize in in-demand skills and learn how to offer them as a service to become a known Specialist and get those higher-paying clients, I recommend you have a look at my Techie VA Training Vault. You can try it for USD 5 for 5 days and see if it’s for you.