The 3 Things Your Virtual Assistant Website Needs

I didn't have a website when I launched my business in 2007.  My first client landed in my lap so I really didn't need one but as time went on, I figured out I needed a website. Hey, you're working virtually and folks have to get to know you, right? 

I do recommend this:  don't get bogged down in a multi-page website when you're just starting out.  Add pages as you go.  Just launch enough pages for folks to get to know who you are and don't become paralyzed with the idea of having to create a perfect, 25-page website. Start simple.


Okay, let's get started.  Here's what you need on your first website.  Ready?

Services page

This is where you'll show the world what you can do and what services you'll offer clients. Should you include pricing?  Well, there's two schools of thought about that. Some say be as transparent as possible and include pricing. Others believe by not sharing prices, it gives you the opportunity to negotiate terms with potential clients. I'm a fan of door #1 (being transparent) because most clients I've worked with want to know pricing upfront.  List general services as well as high-end packages, giving potential clients choices,

About Me page

It's hard to get to know someone virtually and the About Me page gives a glimpse into the real you. This is your chance to show your personality.  Are you funny and witty? Let that shine on your About Me page. Keep your ideal client in mind when you're putting together your About Me page. For example, if your target client happens to be Christian bloggers, an About Me page filled with salty language is probably not going to fly.

If you need some help putting the About Me page together, sign up for this download that walks you through the process.


Contact Me page

You've put together your Service page, your About Me page highlights the real you. You want potential clients to get in touch with you, right? Have a Contact page set up, for cryin' out loud!  It can be something as simple as a page with a form. Or a page with an email address or a phone number. Make it simple for your potential client to get in touch with you.

Seriously, that's all you need on your first website. Don't overcomplicate it. You want to get launched ASAP, right? Keep it simple!


Regina Lewis

Regina's passion is helping a new generation of virtual assistants launch their new business or take their business to the next level.  When she's not working at the local ministry, blogging or tinkering with Squarespace, she enjoys spending time with her family, watching "Downton Abbey" to the point that it irritates her boys and people-watching from her front porch.