The day you decide to launch your new virtual assistant business is an exciting day.
You have visions of creating a new income stream, ditching your 9-5 and/or being your own boss. We don’t blame you. It’s pretty awesome (most of the time).
And although there’s plenty of work out there for hard-working and reliable VAs, it’s still important to create an above average first impression. And more often than not, your first (or second) point of contact with a potential client is via your website. For that reason alone, it’s vital that you start things off on the right foot — that means a great looking logo and consistent branding.
As appealing as side-hustle income and calling your own shots might be, logo design and business branding probably aren’t something you’re stoked about. And let’s be honest, spending days, weeks (or months) trying to draft your new logo or select your ideal brand colors and font combination isn’t necessarily the smartest way to spend your time.
(Hint: 90% of your time should be spent prospecting for clients, not perfecting your logo or website. But having a website is sort of important too…)
So this is a topic we’re are going to take a closer look at today. Basically, we’re going to teach you how to pull together some basic branding elements (including a simple logo), so that your VA website creates an awesome first impression — without taking up a ton of your (prospecting) time.