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(UPDATED MAY 3, 2021)
Do you want to know how to become a virtual assistant but you don’t have any experience?
I have good news for you! You can absolutely become a virtual assistant with no experience.
Freelance virtual assistant (VA) is one of the best work-from-home jobs out there and one of the most popular too. There’s lots of different types of work you can do as a VA and lots of virtual assistant jobs you can get as well.
When you work as a VA you typically work for several different clients, so you can create lots of different income streams by simply working as a virtual assistant. This is also one of the freelance careers that I believe will continue to thrive even if PRO Act is passed in the U.S. But the best part? A freelance virtual assistant career is quite lucrative.
Virtual assistant training program Fully Booked VA (formerly known as Horkey Handbook) says their students earn an average of $25 per hour upon graduation and then about $75 to $100 as virtual assistant specialists. You can do this too!
Keep reading and you’ll find out what Fully Booked VA has to say about how to become a virtual assistant with no experience.
How to Become a Virtual Assistant with No Experience
Q. A virtual assistant is a freelancer who assists large and small businesses by performing various types of online work for them. What kind of person makes a good virtual assistant?
A. What I hear from clients over and over is that they’re looking for a virtual assistant that is:
- a self-starter
Q. There are so many different types of work you can do as a virtual assistant. Can you tell us what some of the most popular are?
A. Depending upon your skills and interests, you’re almost guaranteed to find a type of virtual assistant work that you’ll enjoy and that clients will need you to do! Here are a few examples:
- customer support
- processing online orders and refunds
- website design
- WordPress maintenance
- real estate
- graphic design and layout
- calendar management and travel arrangements
- content creation for blogs and ghostwriting
- editing and proofreading
- content research
Fully Booked VA teaches you how to do five different kinds of virtual assistant jobs – writer, social media manager, email manager, project manager and real estate virtual assistant.
You can get more ideas for work you can do as a VA with this list of 275+ virtual assistant services you can offer.
Q. What is the average virtual assistant’s salary?
A. New graduates of Fully Booked VA virtual assistant training earn about $25 an hour with no experience.
After they’ve been working a short while, they make what the average North American virtual assistant earns – $35 to $50 per hour.
Many of our graduates end up specializing in certain types of VA work. As virtual assistant specialists, they earn about $75 to $100 per hour.
Q. What do you see happening in the future for the career of virtual assistant?
A. The career of freelance virtual assistant is not anything that’s going anywhere. This career is just growing and increasing.
More and more employers are seeing the value of using virtual assistants. The capabilities and possibilities of working remotely are always expanding. Increasing numbers of VA services are being needed.
Freelancing was on the rise even before the pandemic. Wanting to earn more money and have more job security, people then started coming to Fully Booked VA in droves.
The best way to have security is to build something for yourself and be in charge of your financial and personal destiny rather than counting on something that may not be there for you tomorrow.
Fully Booked VA teaches you how to do that by showing you how to work for yourself in a lucrative field doing a variety of services you can offer to a variety of clients so you will always have a job and always have money.
Q. Fully Booked VA used to be called Horkey Handbook. What can you tell us about Fully Booked VA and how it’s different from your previous virtual assistant training program?
Fully Booked VA is not just virtual assistant training. It’s an entire system.
Horkey Handbook sold all of our virtual assistant courses individually. Then we decided it will help people more if we package them all together and add more information and support. Now with Fully Booked VA you get:
- all five virtual assistant courses
- specialization tracks
- lifetime access to the VA foundations course
- live weekly group coaching
- printable templates, workbooks and trackers
- a membership community
- virtual assistant certification
- lots more.
You’ll see exactly you get with Fully Booked VA here.
Q. How does your course teach me how to become a virtual assistant with no experience?
Fully Booked VA doesn’t just teach you how to become a virtual assistant and send you on your way. We come with you for your whole journey.
With Fully Booked VA you can become a virtual assistant with no experience because we’ll give you the training, the support, the tools and the job leads that will set you ahead of other VA’s. We offer you a step-by-step system from start to finish where you:
- learn virtual assistant skills
- get your VA business up and running as quickly as possible
- scale your business
- get quality client leads
- have a fully booked client roster
- be able to niche down and specialize so you can turn your service-based business into a lucrative career
Fully Booked VA also gives you all the support you need with:
- group coaching
- weekly trainings
- the Fully Booked VA community
Fully Booked VA grads have more than everything they need to get started, find clients, and earn excellent money as a virtual assistant.
Now you know how to become a virtual assistant with no experience. Get started in this lucrative and secure freelance career by enrolling in Fully Booked VA right here today!