5 Places to Locate Virtual Assistants for Hire

By , Certified Online Business Manager/Social Media Manager

Solo-E Certified Solo Entrepreneur Expert

Sophie Zollmann - Certified Online Business Manager/Social Media Manager

Virtual Assistants can be found in a number of places online, but if you’re not looking in those places you won’t be able to find them. One thing about Virtual Assistants is that they know it’s valuable and priceless to place themselves in the exact locations where their market is. Here are a few suggestions for finding a Virtual Assistant that meets your needs.
 
1. Social Media
 
Social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn are perfect locations for Virtual Assistants. Twitter offers numerous searching tools to make it easier to find them. Facebook offers fan pages and groups for Virtual Assistants and you can locate them through these places. LinkedIn offers groups as well as searches for specific job titles and descriptions.
 
2. Forums
 
There are forums specifically designed for Virtual Assistants and for business owners to find each other. You can read posts made by Virtual Assistants looking for work or you can make your own post and give details about the type of Virtual Assistant you’re looking for and the tasks you’re looking to outsource.
 
3. Guru.com

Guru.com is a website where business owners can post jobs they need filled and freelance workers can bid on these jobs. Everything is done through the site so there is no problem with money and you know everything is real and legitimate. As a business owner, you need get the best price possible, but it’s also important to know the person you’re considering will get the job done. Guru.com is the perfect place to list your jobs and find Virtual Assistants to take them on and help you reach success.

4. Elance.com

Elance.com is another site that allows you to list your jobs or tasks and have others bid on them. You can save a lot of money using these sites because people will bid low to get the job. Even though you have to share a portion of your profits with them, it will be worth it when you’re tasks are completed. You’ll end up saving money in the process.

5. Ask Other Business Owners

Some business owners would be more than happy to help their Virtual Assistants grow and that means recommending them to others when the opportunity arises. If you know other business owners, ask them if they use a Virtual Assistant or if they can recommend one to you for your needs. You can also make posts on social media sites asking for suggestions.

A Virtual Assistant can help you grow your business or make sure you get everything done in a day. When you know where to look for one, you’ll be able to find the right one for you. These locations will help you to begin your search.

Sophie Zollmann of SophieZo Virtually There For You is a Certified Social Media and Online Business Manager committed to working with online entrepreneurs to get them back to working ON their business not IN it. They are able to focus on growing their business, taking great care of their clients, and having more time to enjoy life outside of their business. Find out more at http://sophiezo.com

© Copyright 2012 Sophie Zollmann

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