10 Services You Can Offer to Clients as a Virtual Professional

You wanna work from home but still not sure what services to offer?

I’ve been there. I badly wanna be my own boss and work at the comfort of my own home, but I wasn’t sure about what value I should give to my future clients. After months of search, trial and error, I finally ended up with a work that fits perfectly for my preferences.

Finding the right job that you’ll focus on is important for many reasons, and one of the most important reasons is you get to keep yourself and your client happy and satisfied with your work. It’s a win-win for everyone.

So how are you gonna know which services you can focus on giving of?

For starters, look at your past and present work experiences. What jobs did you do in the past? What portfolio can you show? These experiences will automatically serve as qualifications for these areas of work. So, if you’ve been a customer service representative before, you can definitely pursue virtual customer service projects. If you were a graphic designer, you can apply for graphic design job offers.

Another way to know is to find out what you’re good at and what you really love to do. You can basically pursue anything, as long as you take the path to be knowledgeable about the work. Maybe working from home will reconnect you to the passion that died when you decided to be an adult and enter the “real world”. You might be an accountant but you know from your heart that you’re an artist, and you always wanted to pursue digital drawing and graphic design for a long time. In this career trail, that shift is totally possible. The world is open for your real talents. So tell me now, what are you good at?

For specifics, here is a list of job categories we have in Work with Juana that can help you decide which services to offer:

  • Administrative Services – project management, data entry, organizing, e-mail management, scheduling, appointment setting, etc.
  • Writing – article writing, scriptwriting, transcription, copywriting, blogging, etc.
  • Digital marketing – SEO, social media experts, content marketing, e-mail marketing, etc.
  • Translation – English, Spanish, Japanese, Mandarin, etc.
  • Customer Support – voice or nonvoice
  • Design and Creatives – graphic design, video editing, web design, etc.
  • Web, IT & Software – web developers, IT specialists, WordPress experts, programmers, etc.
  • Lead generation – e-mail, social media, telemarketing, etc.
  • Financial Services – bookkeeping, accounting, financial analysts, etc.
  • General Virtual Assistance –assisting your clients in various tasks, depending on what you will both agree with. Most likely they are combination of the services mentioned above.

If you think that you can’t find any skill that fits you, or you feel like you’re not competent and pro enough to be hired and you want to improve your skills, you don’t have to worry. Just keep setting up your business. As you do, find the time for learning. You can always learn your way to a service skill you would like to offer. For lists of learning tools, browse our homepage.