You’re ready to put yourself out there and create a virtual assistant website, but you need some inspiration, right? I’ve got you covered with over two dozen of the Best Virtual Assistant Websites around.
Finding fellow virtual assistants who have amazing websites is a great way to envision what you want your site to say about you and your service.
So after a ton of research, below are the most professional, clear, and unique virtual assistant website examples I could find.
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If you’re already familiar with website domain names, hosting, and themes, feel free to skip down to the list of best virtual assistant websites below. If these terms are new to you, let’s get familiar with these terms first.
What to Know About Website Domains, Hosting, and Themes
First and foremost, figuring out what all those terms mean will go a long way in helping you design your website.
Website Domains: — Your domain is your website’s address. For instance, the domain for this site is TheCommonCentsClub.com. You can buy a website domain from several different places, I use NameCheap for websites I’m not ready to design and host yet.
Website Hosting: — Once you have your domain name, then you will need a place to host it. A host is your website’s house. It is where it lives on the internet so that it can thrive. I use Siteground for The Common Cents Club.
Website Theme: — Once you have your domain name and you have your host set up, you’ll need to pick a theme. The theme provides the look and feel of your website. It’s the design of your house. I use Divi through Elegant Themes. I have heard good things about Thrive Themes, Beaver Builder, Elementor, Astra, and Genesis framework too — although I have not used them myself.
Website Security: — Securing your new website is just as important as securing your home. Depending on which host you use, you should be able to get an SSL certificate from them (it’s free with Siteground). This turns your website’s URL from http:// to https://. That “s” makes a big difference and can help you avoid the “Not Secure” warning by the domain search bar, which looks unprofessional for any business website.
- If you need a step-by-step tutorial of how to get your virtual assistant website setup on the web, check out my free guide for setting up a new website for beginners.
Website Content: Make Sure Your Website Answers These Questions
Now that we have the boring stuff taken care of, let’s get into the nitty gritty and fun part — your freelance VA website content and design!
If someone is looking to hire you as a virtual assistant to grow their business, your website tells them a lot about you and can make or break your chances of getting hired.
Let’s pretend I’m looking to hire you. Does your website tell me these things?
- What do you do?
- How can you help me and my business grow?
- How can I contact you?
- What does the process of working with you look like?
- What are your rates?
- How do you accept payment and when?
- Who have you helped before and how?
Major Freelance Website Mistakes to Avoid
There are lots of websites out there that have a lot going for them but they’d be a lot better if they avoided some major mistakes.
Here are 5 of the common mistakes you’ll want to avoid:
- It’s all about you
- It’s unclear what you do
- There are ads on your home page
- There are pop ups asking for email addresses
- It’s unclear how to contact you
Now let’s see some of those awesome examples in action. Even if these don’t avoid all the freelancer website mistakes, they still have a lot going for them. Remember, done is better than perfect!
Best Virtual Assistant Websites: Examples for Inspiration
Here are great examples of websites for virtual assistants to inspire you as you build yours:
- Camille Farey – Website Designer
- Jessica Skelton – Website Designer
- Neapolitan Creative – Branding Strategist
- The Coffee Date – Social Media Consultant & Designer for Bloggers
- Desk Divvy – Branding and Design
- Rachel Kamath – WordPress Developer & Logo Designer
- Mallory Herrera – Website Designer & Virtual Assistant
- Sandee Virtual Solutions – Virtual Assistant & Graphic Designer
- Nicole – Virtual Assistant
- Ranay B – Administrative Assistant and Designer
- Stephanie Mead Creative – Social Media & Ad Manager
- Katie Harp Creative – Pinterest Manager
- Abigail Giuffre – Pinterest & Social Media Manager
- The Social Tinker – Blog & Social Media Manager, Editor
- Harley Raptor aka “The Accounting Warrior” – CPA
- Magnolia Virtual Solutions – Bookkeeper & QuickBooks Trainer
- Jenn Bays – Online Business Manager for Photographers
- Miranda Nahmias – Digital Marketer for Female Entrepreneurs
- Hey Susan Elizabeth – Online Business Manager
- Tara Bosler – Copy Writer
- Patti Haus – Copy Writer
- Lauren Wrighton – Podcast Editor
- Lemon & Lime – Virtual Online Business Solutions
- Afterwords Communications – Freelance Editor
- Val Breit – Freelance Editor (This is my site from when I started freelancing. I get compliments on it within editing requests all the time, so I had to include it!)
Remember, while it is your website, ultimately, it’s about how you can serve your client and help them achieve their goals. And if your website doesn’t turn out the way you imagined, like the gorgeous web designers listed above, that’s totally normal. As long as it’s not cluttered, confusing, or gaudy, done is better than perfect!
Extra Website Resources:
- Donald Miller has a great video explaining the essentials of any good business websites and a makeover his team did, so you can see it in action.
- Canva is a free tool you can use to design your virtual assistant logo. You can use the Pro Version Free for 1 Month to download transparent versions of your logo.
Go Build Your Awesome Virtual Assistant Website
The thought of designing a website might excite you or scare you to death as it did me. Never fear. It’s just one more step in getting your virtual assistant business up and running so that you can quit a job you hate, be your own boss, spend more time with your family, and work on a flexible schedule that works for you!
Doesn’t that sound amazing? Then get your website out there and make your virtual assistant dreams happen!
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Do you have any virtual assistant websites you recommend? Share in the comments below!