Hi friend! If you’ve landed here, I’m guessing it’s because you’re looking into how to become a virtual assistant and what virtual assistant service you can offer! In the early stages of my business, I was exactly where you are: researching virtual assistant jobs and looking up what services package I could create for my business.

What I learned was that to be a general virtual assistant, you needed to know how to do A LOT of different things. And as a full time working mom who REALLY wanted to leave my 9-5 job, I just didn’t have the time to learn it all. I could know a little about a lot, or a lot about a little – meaning I could know a little about all the different things a general virtual assistant needed to know, or I could NICHE into one area and become an expert in that one thing. I bet you can guess which route I chose 🙂

In the dynamic landscape of virtual assistance, IMO, one service takes center stage for its demand, income potential and overall flexibility: Pinterest Ads Management! Let’s dive into all the reasons why Pinterest Ads Management is the #1 service you can offer as a virtual assistant.

#1 Virtual Assistant Service – Pinterest Ads Management

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Increasing Demand for Expert Pinterest Ads managers

As more and more businesses begin to diversify their marketing efforts, online advertising is becoming a HIGHLY sought after discipline. And in my experience over the last 5 years, business owners want an EXPERT in each discipline. Meaning, they don’t want 1 person who can manage their ads on Facebook, Pinterest, TikTok, etc.

They want an expert in each field. Why? Because what works on Facebook from an ads strategy doesn’t work on Pinterest. They’re different and a one size fits all approach doesn’t work. Ever. I’ve had SO many clients come to me after working with an agency that promised big results but instead, lost lots of money

Additionally, Pinterest Ads are an untapped market for A LOT of industries. While the cost of Meta Ads continues to increase, business owners are looking for ways to diversify their ad spend and get better results.

If I had a penny for every time a client said they were shifting dollars to Pinterest because they were over Facebook…

How much money can you make as a Pinterest Ads Manager

Pinterest Ads Management opens the door to substantial income potential for virtual assistants. Again, this is a highly sought after skill right now and because of this, those who master this craft can charge a premium for their services!

With this virtual assistant service, you’re tapping into a lucrative market. The income potential in Pinterest Ads Management goes beyond traditional virtual assistant services, providing a rewarding opportunity for those looking to elevate their earning capabilities.

Curious about exactly how much money you can make, even as a brand new Pinterest Ads Manager? I created a guide to break it all down for you!

Freedom and Flexibility as a Pinterest Ads Manager

Are you looking for more flexibility from your current 9-5? Do you want to work but still be able to spend time with your kids and shuttle them to all of their activities?

This was me too!

I’m gonna let you in on a little secret.

Managing Pinterest ads became the most profitable service within my business. How is that?

Because expert ads managers are in demand, I can charge a premium. And because of the way the ads algorithm works on Pinterest, it takes less time to manage. Your clients are paying you for your value, not your time.

After I niched into Pinterest ads management, I was able to travel for over 45 days with my family! Taking 45 days of vacation would have been UNHEARD of in my old corporate life. But not only did I have the time, I also had the money.

This kind of work-life balance is what I dreamed about early on when looking for the best virtual assistant service.

And if you need more convincing….

Offering Pinterest Ads Management as a service can be highly profitable for several reasons:

  1. Recurring Revenue: Pinterest ad campaigns require ongoing management, optimization, and monitoring. This creates opportunities for recurring revenue, as clients often sign long-term contracts or retain your services on an ongoing basis.
  2. Competitive Advantage: By becoming a specialist in Pinterest Ads Management, you gain a competitive advantage over general digital marketing agencies that may not have specialized knowledge in this area. This is HUGE! I’ve had SO many clients come to me, after a general digital marketing ad agency lost them $1,000’s on Pinterest because they were trying to manage campaigns as they would on Facebook. And, It’s. Not. The. Same.
  3. Pricing Flexibility: You have the flexibility to set your pricing structure, depending on the level of service you offer, allowing you to cater to a range of clients from small businesses to large enterprises. I share the MINIMUM you should be charging, even as a beginner, inside my guide!
  4. Scalability: As your expertise and reputation grow, you can expand your client base, increase your pricing and potentially hire additional team members to manage larger portfolios.

I want you to know that I don’t share all of this lightly! I know how overwhelming it can feel when you’re starting out, especially when it comes to the different services you can offer as a virtual assistant. If you want to learn even more about how I got started, check out this blog post!

If you’re curious about exactly what niching into Pinterest Ads management is all about, grab the guide below where you’ll learn everything you need to know about being a sought after Pinterest Ads Manager, how much you can make and answer FAQ’s. I’ll also tell you common mistakes to avoid PLUS the most lucrative client niches for Pinterest Ads Management and where to find them!

I’m so passionate about what offering this service has allowed for my family. So much so that I want to share it with the world! I’ve been in your shoes and it doesn’t have to be hard. You can do anything you put your mind to. If you have questions, send me a DM over on the ‘gram. I love connecting with new entrepreneurs!