5 Secrets to Hiring a Virtual Assistant
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5 Secrets to Hiring a Virtual Assistant

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Anna Runyan

Anna is the founder of Classy Career Girl, named by Forbes as one of the top 35 most influential career sites of 2014. She helps millions of women design and launch their dream careers, businesses and lives through her website, online courses and social media channels.

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Tom - May 23, 2016

Anna,

BIG POST!

However, we have one addition to make that may help your audience when hiring…

We just spent 6 months recruiting Filipino VA’s to our new marketplace:

http://virtualvalley.io/

So that entrepreneurs can hire awesome VA’s in just 5 minutes and 7 clicks (no one has anytime to recruit anymore!)

Anyway I am off to share this with my closest 9k Twitter followers 😉

Thanks
Tom

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Mitch Compo - March 25, 2020

The virtual assistant may be working from the same city or from the other side of the world. Their time is very flexible meaning a VA can work according to the needs of the client. Whether the task is for few hours a week or a full time job of 40 hours a week, the rate per hour or per project basis pricing varies and will greatly depend on the skills of the virtual assistant.

I love the part that you invest some time on training with your VA. This is one way to make them feel comfortable in doing business with you. And the key in maintaining an excellent client-virtual assistant relationship is through an exceptional communication from both parties.

Aside from training your VA, I found this write on how to efficiently work with virtual assistants.

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