10 Ultimate Steps To Start A Freelancing Business


Not everyone dreams of getting stuck in an 8 or 9-5 job. Many people now want to have more control over their lives, including how long they’ll work a day and where they’ll work. One way for people to have this freedom is by starting their own freelance business and offering various virtual assistant services to different companies.

Many freelancers already had a head start before the pandemic struck and are already established in the industry. Competing with such veterans will keep newcomers from making a profit as they find themselves having a hard time getting any clients. Many people will likely start out by registering on a freelancing website, looking for clients to bid on projects, and waiting to see if they’ll get hired. In most cases, the clients will look for the most experienced freelancers they can afford.

A starting Filipino virtual assistant looking to start a freelancing business needs to define their goals first and decide whether it will be a side gig or a full-time job. People looking to become full-time freelancers will need to set up accordingly and invest in more resources than part-timers.

Freelancers must also look for a profitable niche and a more unique client base to offer services to. This is possible by asking for referrals for clients and focusing on providing one form of service to the client.

For more information on how to start a freelancing business, see this infographic by OVA Virtual.