Here, there and everywhere you see discussions on ‘what type of VA’ are Virtual Assistants? Many have discovered (or created) a niche business by servicing a particular type of client, or by providing a particular type of service.
Is one better than the other? Not that I’m aware of. My own personal focus over the years has been supporting Business Coaches and Professional speakers, as well as not-for-profits. They all need exactly the same skillset to support them through maintaining databases (membership lists or client lists), updating websites, organising public events (workshops, networking events, training sessions, committee meetings) and so on. It’s a line of work I enjoy doing. And there are many other things that VAs can do that they enjoy doing.
I’ve written about niching before but not specifically on the types of niches. You can see some of my posts here:
So, I thought I’d do a series on Niche Virtual Assistant practices, focusing on either skillsets or client types and encourage you, my readers, to add comment or suggestion on the niches that should be covered here. Please leave a brief comment here – I will contact you for more information and add it as a post with a link to your site if you would like.