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How to become a Pinterest Virtual Assistant

Imagine working from home. It’s honestly the dream, right? To be your own boss, managing your own time and schedule, and to no longer have to sit in traffic on your daily commute.

For just over 2 years now, I’ve worked as a Pinterest Virtual Assistant full-time. I have had the freedom to create a flexible schedule, decide my own worth and enjoy life with my family and friends. 

I want you to have that exact same freedom, so here’s all you need to know about becoming a PVA: 

 

What does a PVA do?

A Pinterest Virtual Assistant is someone that helps their clients grow their business through Pinterest. Pinterest is a fast-growing market that lots of businesses use to drive traffic towards their website. The main tasks a PVA does involves sharing client’s blog posts, designing pins, creating Pinterest reports & strategies etc. 

 

Who can become a PVA?

The best thing about becoming a PVA is that there aren’t any restrictions on locations or countries, so anyone can do it! It’s the type of job that you can do in your spare time as a side-hustle or take up full-time. 

 

How much can I make as a PVA?

Each Pinterest VA has their own unique packages and rates, and these generally range from US $200 to $1,000 per month. The range you make as a Pinterest PVA depends solely on the amount of time you are willing to invest in working.

 

How can I get started as a PVA?

Getting started as a PVA demands that you put some things in order. These things are important because the level of orderliness and details you put into your profile would determine how well things go for you on the job. Here are some of the things you need to do:

  1. Set hourly rate (I recommend $40 to $50 per hour for new VAs)
  2. Set Your Services (what services will you offer?)
  3. Define your dream clients (what is your niche?)
  4. Choose hours (get clear on your capacity to take on clients)
  5. Watch this FREE training on how I made Pinterest my job (and you can too!)

Are you ready to take charge of your future and work as a PVA? Let me know in the comments! I’d love to support you and help you create a job that suits your lifestyle. 

Kate x