It seems too good to be true, working from home without investing a ton of money up front and make a real income? Let me tell you, it’s possible and easier than you think if you’re willing to dedicate some time to learning a few skills!
When I first decided to be a stay at home Mom and care for my children during the day instead of bringing in an income, I would have killed to find something I could do on the side. Something that I could make a little money working at home during nap times or a little in the evening.
Let’s be honest being able to stay home is a huge gift, raising our kids is important but what if you could do both? What if you could work in those hours that the kids are entertained or sleeping?
The world today is hugely digital and online. With blogging and online business booming, it only makes sense that virtual assistants are in high demand. I personally have a couple VA’s that work for me and almost every blogger that I know has one as well. Crazy, right?
There’s so much that has to be done with any business, including this. We need help! Finding great VA’s who are trained and know how to step in and do what’s needed is HUGE.
Make $1000 a Month Working From Home
Write Content for Bloggers
As bloggers get larger or want to cut back the time they spend creating content, they often look to hire out some of the work. Hiring writers or content creators to do everything from writing posts to creating recipes or photographing activities. This can be a great area to work because you can do these tasks on your own time as long as you meet the deadlines.
As a content creator, you’re able to charge anywhere from $25 to $100 + for great articles, recipes, etc.
Social Media Scheduling
It may seem like bloggers and online influencers are always on social media when in fact they actually are scheduling their content to go out at all times. Learning the different social media platforms and how they work is important as this is usually one of the first tasks that get hired out. You’ll need to learn to schedule on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and how to effectively post on Instagram.
VA’s are paid anywhere from $7 an hour upwards of $25 an hour. This will highly depend on your skills and how hands on the client need you to be.
The endless email is something we all complain about. Having the ability to step in and organize an inbox, respond and draft emails professionally should be something you take the time to learn too.
This is similar to Social Media Scheduling for hourly wages.
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