I’m Sarah Douglas, a virtual assistant and social media strategist. I help small businesses and “mompreneurs” manage their social media accounts, website, and admin tasks. With my diverse background and skillset, I can offer services tailored to my client’s unique needs. I’ve worked in various industries, including hairdressing, dance teaching, cafe management, barista work, content creation, and admin assistance.
To stand out in a competitive industry, I decided to take a proactive approach to networking. Instead of sending generic DM pitches, I focused on building a more personal connection with potential clients. By taking the time to learn about their business and find out how I could help them, I established trust and long-lasting relationships with clients. I believe that building relationships and establishing trust is the key to success in the virtual assistant and social media world.
My colleagues describe me as an attentive sympathetic listener, practical and realistic, easy-going, and level-headed. I strive to understand things from different perspectives and aim to maintain a positive and inclusive work environment.
I am most proud of my ability to provide my clients with the best possible service without overstretching myself. Through my organizational skills and ability to manage tasks effectively, I can prioritize my client’s needs and make them feel well-cared for. Additionally, I have learned to set better boundaries for myself, which allows me to maintain a healthy work-life balance and spend quality time with my family.
To sum it up, I am a virtual assistant and social media strategist who offers tailored services to small businesses and “mompreneurs”. I prioritize building relationships and trust with my clients, strive to maintain a positive and inclusive work environment, and pride myself on providing exceptional service while maintaining a healthy work-life balance.
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