Free Pricing Strategy Lesson from our EA to VA Course

VA Pricing Lesson

Thinking about becoming a virtual assistant? It’s the dream role, right? You take your well established skills and work for yourself. Those who would have previously been your boss are now your clients! The mindset shift alone is incredibly tempting.

But we hear from VAs over and over again who are unsure how to get started. They have so many questions, especially about money.

Questions like…

  • What should I charge?
  • Do I use hourly rates, daily rates, packages…
  • Is my VA business scalable?
  • How do I invoice clients?

So we are giving you access to a lesson straight out of our EA to VA: The Essentials of Building a Virtual Assistant Business course.


🆓 Pricing Strategy Lesson

The EA to VA course is filled with awesome resources to help you build the foundations of your VA business which includes a lesson on pricing strategy.

Register below to get access to this lesson do ⤵️

Inside the lesson you will learn…

  • What to charge your future clients
  • How to get to that golden number
  • How to scale your business to make real BANK!
  • Easy plug and play templates

And if you are thirsty for more, we will be opening the doors to our membership soon enough, and you’ll be able to get your hands on the full course.

  • What it truly means to be a business owner
  • Setting goals and milestones to success
  • The pages you MUST have on your website
  • Bonus: Utilizing Instagram for business promotion

And if that wasn’t enough, you will also become part of our amazing Officials Community with whom to build your support team.

Sign up below to get your free lesson

2 Comments

    Sham

    Amazing! This is hopefully going to open up a few more doors for me! Thanks for sharing,very much appreciated xxx

      Lauren Bradley - Founder

      Of course, Sham! We hope it is helpful. xx

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