How to Develop a Signature Service for Your Virtual Assistant Business
Creating a signature service for your business is a scalable, and as Tasha Booth says, “template-able” way to have a specific offering for your potential clients as your business finds growth. In her exclusive training for Support Squad members, Founder and CEO of The Launch Guild agency, Tasha Booth is sharing strategies for defining and pricing your Signature Service.
- How does the signature service start to emerge
- How do we develop our systems to support growth with our signature service
- Where our services can offer the most impact value for our clients
- Common mistakes made by VA’s around signature services
- How to price your services accordingly
- Leading and growing your team around your business’s signature service
This month, Support Squad Members will receive:
Canva Tutorial- How to Create Engaging Videos on Social Media (that make you STAND OUT!)
One of the quickest and most powerful ways to gain the Know-Like-Trust factor with your clients is through video! In this Canva training, I’ll show you how to create short, engaging videos that will make you stand out on social media.
....plus all of the past content inside the membership!
What is The Support Squad Membership?
An Ongoing Support System for Building a Profitable Virtual Assistant Business
In-depth training from industry leaders + a library of templates & guides + live group coaching
Meet the creator of The Support Squad...
I'm Sharon Nissen,
virtual assistant coach and the host of The Support Squad Podcast.
Back in 2016, I was a bored and broke stay-at-home mom with a desire for so much more.
No college degree + spotty resume = VERY limited options for work. But the idea of slaving at a 9-5 and earning barely enough to cover childcare KILLED MY SOUL!
Then came the turning point: A friend told me about virtual assisting and I knew it was exactly what I was looking for.
See - I’ve ALWAYS been a smart, creative, and driven person, but the typical college path and 9-5 corporate job just never appealed to me. (Sound familiar?)
As I learned more about virtual assisting, I was SO excited to find I could do creative work that I loved - on my own terms.