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Need a website to help launch your virtual assistant business?
You’ll love the themes we have selected here.
Each theme is gorgeous and specially designed for VAs with plenty of customization tools included for personal branding. You’ll find that these themes are more than just fancy templates, they have features that can help you land more clients and grow your business too.
Make sure to check out our personal branding themes for a few more options.
Virtual assistant WordPress themes
Want your site to look awesome on mobile devices too? Don’t worry, we’ve only included fully responsive WordPress themes in this collection.Here are my top picks for best virtual assistant WordPress themes for 2019.
1. Revirta by Ancora Themes (Themeforest)
Revirta is a beautiful template for virtual assistants. This theme really stands out due to the quality of its premium design.
The Montserrat font is used masterfully throughout the template with varying weights to create contrast. The color palette is pretty simple and easy to update via the Customizer as well. There’s a nice balance throughout allowing the green color to serve largely as an accent to highlight elements like call-to-action buttons.
Revirta is already compatible with the upcoming Gutenberg editor to be released in WordPress version 5.0. It’s also compatible with the GDPR policy.
You’ll have no trouble customizing this theme thanks to all the customization settings, and the Visual Composer page builder plugin which comes bundled for free with Revirta.
2. Miller by ThemeREX (Themeforest)
Miller is a great theme to promote yourself and your services as a virtual assistant. It has a professional design that will help build trust with any business owners who visit your site.
The layout of Miller is unique. Its menu is always kept hidden and accessible via a mobile menu button in the tiny right sidebar. As you scroll down the homepage, the sidebar navigation lets visitors know how far down the page they’ve made it. However, this doesn’t have to be a single-page theme. Visitors can click through to other pages and posts on the site with more traditional sidebar layouts.
One feature you’ll appreciate in this theme is the demo importer. This allows you to take the data from the demo site featured in the screenshot above and quickly import it to your site to recreate the demo immediately. Editing a finished site is usually much easier than starting from scratch.
3. Virtua by TemplateMonster
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Virtua has a great aesthetic on laptops, tablets, and mobile devices. It’s built with the Redux Framework which helps power themes with lots of customization options and layout settings.
With Virtua’s admin options panel, you’ll be able to easily change aspects of the site like the colors, fonts, text size, and more. Virtua also has a page builder powered by Redux which allows you to make custom templates from an assortment of pre-designed page components.
Virtua is also built with the popular Bootstrap framework for styling its pages. Developers familiar with customizing Bootstrap themes will have an easy time customizing this premium VA theme with code thanks to this smart design choice.
4. Hello! by StudioPress
Hello! has a strong emphasis on personal branding allowing you to really sell yourself as a VA. It has a handful of templates available to help you create important pages for your site like an “about” page and contact page.
Navigating through some of these themes, it can be a bit intimidating to figure out all the content you may need. Hello! does a nice job of keeping things simple. You can design a custom homepage with just a few images and some copy and get great results from your site.
While Hello! doesn’t have a full page builder like some other themes in this collection, it does contain a nice assortment of customization options. You can change the colors, pick from a handful of layouts, and utilize multiple widget areas.
5. You by ThemePlayers (Themeforest)
You is a theme made for, well, promoting you! Please don’t be distracting by the fact that the screenshot above advertises handyman services. This template doesn’t have a demo site set up specifically for VAs, but with different images and copy it can be easily adapted.
A cool option included in this premium theme is the ability to choose between a multi-page and one-page theme design. Most sites you visit would qualify as being “multi-page” sites. The difference with a single-page site is that there is only a homepage. There is still an ordinary menu, but each of the menu links leads to a different section on the homepage rather than another page on the site.
The homepage itself is extremely customizable because You has a page builder and seven pre-built designs to choose from. The pre-built homepages are powered by Visual Composer, so you can use any of them as a starting point and then change out the text, images, and add/remove any sections you want.
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Excited to try out one of the themes above on your site?
All of the themes featured here are beautiful and could work great for your VA website. Out of all the templates, Revirta and Miller are my first recommendations because of their exceptional design quality.
If you’re not sure where to begin, start with those two themes before checking out the others for more features you may need for your site.
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