It's nearly impossible to have an online business of some sort and not run across the need to do something with code.
You need code to add a Facebook pixel to your site. You need code to add SumoMe or other social sharing services to your site.
Online courses are all the rage right now in the online entrepreneur world. People love that they can learn from experts around the globe with the click of a mouse and they can be a solid source of passive income.
If you’re an expert in your field, it’s probably not too difficult to come up with great content that would easily create a course and sell. But what if you aren’t a super technical person or don’t want to mess with putting everything together?
A few years ago, when my oldest was born I decided that I needed to figure out a way to both contribute to our family and be available for my kiddos, whenever they needed me.
It took a bit of trial and error before I found my sweet spot. I worked with Apple, Inc. as a tech advisor from home briefly and also tried my hand at a couple of different sewing businesses.
None of the options I tried seem to work. Either they were not a good fit for my family or just not a good fit for me. Let’s just say, sewing is a great hobby for me to do twice a year…
The world of virtual assistance can seem like there’s a shroud of mystery surrounding it. How do you find VAs? How much does a VA charge? How does a VA charge for their services? The list goes on…
My goal is to try to remove the vale and make things as crystal clear as I can. Today I want to tackle: How VAs charge for their services & how much you can expect to pay.