11 Sites To Rock Your Virtual Assistant Biz

November 13, 2017

Are you organized? You have ideas and the skills to manage a small scale business? Are you familiar with social media and how blogs works? If yes then you could work as a Virtual Assistants to busy entrepreneurs.

Most business owners are busy and are in need of VA to do certain task like Replying mails, Data Entry, Social Media Management, Website Management, Research, Customer Service and More!

I have already written a post on becoming a VA, if you need some more guide then check it out! Today I will be posting lists of sites you could find job as a freelance VA!



1.Elance/Odesk
You can find jobs with this sites as a VA.

Entrepreneurs post their needs and freelancers Bid on chance to work for them!

Bidding for jobs may work well for some profession but some top VA sees it as a time waster because entrepreneurs use such platform to get a job done at a cheap rate.

2. Craigslist
Craigslist is another platform that worth trying, people see Craigslist as a place to buy miscellaneous things but Craigslist can be a good source of freelance job, you can find VA jobs on Craigslist.

You can easily browse for local offerings if you prefer something in-office, or you can search by major cities if you prefer working remotely.

3.VANetworking
VANetworking is a social network for VAs.

It's crowded with VAs sharing tips with each other and also entrepreneurs looking forward to hire VAs.

4.HireMyMom.com
HireMyMom is for WAHMs, if you're one, this site will work for you as I have heard nothing but good about this sites.

In addition, it's a paid membership site, so you pay to use the site.

5.PeoplePerHour.
PPH is a popular site that has been connecting freelancers and clients.

You post your services, set your hourly rate and wait for customers to come. Or search for clients who needs your services and submit your proposal (hourly).

6.WAHM.com
WAHM provides jobs for everyone, male or female, mom or dad. Even though WAHM stands for 'Work at home mom'.

They provide a job board for remote workers.

7.TaskRabbit
They offer remote jobs that's perfect for VAs.

If you’re over 21 and live in a city mentioned in TaskRabbit’s directory, apply to research, vacation-planning and usability-testing jobs.

8.Zirtuals.
They works as an agency for VAs, assigning them to clients. They pay a minimum of $10 an hour for part-time work; however, they only accept applications from United States residents.

9.Upwork.
Upwork is a popular site that connects VA with clients.

You can also find VA jobs using Upwork.

10.Amazon Mechanical Turk
Amazon Mechanical Turk is a market place for jobs called human intelligence task.

You can do jobs like cleaning  data, collecting website information and phone numbers, categorizing items, creating and moderating content, or getting relevant feedback, such as product feedback.

11.TaskArmy
This one is superb and organized with friendly user interface. It's one of my favorite.

I however advise you start with small task that doesn't have high price. Starting with task of $5 isn't bad!

Final Thoughts

Those are sites to find jobs as a freelance VA. Hope you found it useful?

In addition you shouldn't neglect social networks like Twitter, maximize your 140 characters (it has been increased to around 250). Post your services and stand a chance to find the Busy entrepreneurs and work for them. It's less competitive this way.

Have you ever hired someone online? What website or service did you use and what have your experiences been?

Are you organized? You have ideas and the skills to manage a small scale business? Are you familiar with social media and how blogs works? If yes then you could work as a Virtual Assistants to busy entrepreneurs.

Most business owners are busy and are in need of VA to do certain task like Replying mails, Data Entry, Social Media Management, Website Management, Research, Customer Service and More!

I have already written a post on becoming a VA, if you need some more guide then check it out! Today I will be posting lists of sites you could find job as a freelance VA!



1.Elance/Odesk
You can find jobs with this sites as a VA.

Entrepreneurs post their needs and freelancers Bid on chance to work for them!

Bidding for jobs may work well for some profession but some top VA sees it as a time waster because entrepreneurs use such platform to get a job done at a cheap rate.

2. Craigslist
Craigslist is another platform that worth trying, people see Craigslist as a place to buy miscellaneous things but Craigslist can be a good source of freelance job, you can find VA jobs on Craigslist.

You can easily browse for local offerings if you prefer something in-office, or you can search by major cities if you prefer working remotely.

3.VANetworking
VANetworking is a social network for VAs.

It's crowded with VAs sharing tips with each other and also entrepreneurs looking forward to hire VAs.

4.HireMyMom.com
HireMyMom is for WAHMs, if you're one, this site will work for you as I have heard nothing but good about this sites.

In addition, it's a paid membership site, so you pay to use the site.

5.PeoplePerHour.
PPH is a popular site that has been connecting freelancers and clients.

You post your services, set your hourly rate and wait for customers to come. Or search for clients who needs your services and submit your proposal (hourly).

6.WAHM.com
WAHM provides jobs for everyone, male or female, mom or dad. Even though WAHM stands for 'Work at home mom'.

They provide a job board for remote workers.

7.TaskRabbit
They offer remote jobs that's perfect for VAs.

If you’re over 21 and live in a city mentioned in TaskRabbit’s directory, apply to research, vacation-planning and usability-testing jobs.

8.Zirtuals.
They works as an agency for VAs, assigning them to clients. They pay a minimum of $10 an hour for part-time work; however, they only accept applications from United States residents.

9.Upwork.
Upwork is a popular site that connects VA with clients.

You can also find VA jobs using Upwork.

10.Amazon Mechanical Turk
Amazon Mechanical Turk is a market place for jobs called human intelligence task.

You can do jobs like cleaning  data, collecting website information and phone numbers, categorizing items, creating and moderating content, or getting relevant feedback, such as product feedback.

11.TaskArmy
This one is superb and organized with friendly user interface. It's one of my favorite.

I however advise you start with small task that doesn't have high price. Starting with task of $5 isn't bad!

Final Thoughts

Those are sites to find jobs as a freelance VA. Hope you found it useful?

In addition you shouldn't neglect social networks like Twitter, maximize your 140 characters (it has been increased to around 250). Post your services and stand a chance to find the Busy entrepreneurs and work for them. It's less competitive this way.

Have you ever hired someone online? What website or service did you use and what have your experiences been?


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