Virtual Done Well is a virtual assistant company based in the Philippines. They specialize in supplying virtual assistants to small and medium sized companies in Australia.
The company is headed up by Rob O’Byrne. All of their VAs are based in the Philippines, and they have been in business since February 2012.
About Virtual Done Well
The company is fully owned and managed by Filipino entrepreneurs. All of their virtual assistants are based in the Philippines and work out of their company offices in Davao to maintain a cohesive company culture and quality of work.
The company directive at Virtual Done Well is to form long lasting relationships with their clients by matching up full-time dedicated virtual assistants.
Their website states they work with Australian businesses and, ‘carefully selected ‘external’ clients’. So the Australian market is clearly their area of specialization, but they work with clients all over the world.
It makes sense since Australia and the Philippines are in similar time zones so it can make communication and work scheduling a little easier.
Virtual Done Well offers a wide range of professional business services including;
- Internet Marketing
- Virtual Assistance
- Web Development
- Social Media Marketing
These are just the titles of the packages they offer. Within these titles they provide a long list of the services you would expect from the job titles.
As with any virtual assistant provider, the more questions you ask and the more specific you are with your requirements, the better the understanding you will get about how well they can match you with an assistant.
The company always aims to match clients with the most suitable virtual assistant, creating a “win-win situation,” as they call it.
Virtual Done Well Intro Video: Why Outsource?
Plans and Pricing
Virtual Done Well have several plans to choose from, all of which are monthly plans for a full-time virtual assistant. Their prices are in Australian dollars, but I will give you the approximate American equivalent at the current exchange rate.
- Internet marketing virtual assistant – starts at $750 AUD ($545 USD)
- General virtual assistant starts at $997 AUD ($725 USD)
- Web development virtual assistant starts at $500 AUD ($360 USD)
- Bookkeeping virtual assistant starts at $1,500 AUD ($1,090 USD)
- Social media marketing virtual assistant – price upon request.
With a general virtual assistant working out at around $4.50/hr this is within the industry norm for a Filipino virtual assistant.
The plans on their site don’t seem to offer the flexibility to pay for less than a full-time VA. Something to think about before committing to a plan.
Virtual Done Well Alternatives
With no shortage of virtual assistant companies based in the Philippines there are a number of alternatives. For office-based staff, I’d take a look at Carve or VA Staffer.
If you’re comfortable with a home-based worker and doing the recruiting and screening yourself, OnlineJobs.ph is the place to go. And finally, if you want a hybrid of the two, with some upfront recruiting help but the ongoing cost-savings of a solo virtual employee, check out Zen Virtual Assistants Finder.
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