NOTHING!!!! I mean that - DO NOTHING NOW!!! Your baby girl is just finishing junior high and sounds like she has talent, and is already in club volleyball.
The best thing you can do is to educate yourself (which is exactly what you are starting now by sending me your question - Great Job!). I suggest you visit my collegevolleyballcoach.com website for some of the older posts, which will have a wealth of information about recruiting and training (and also my Inside College Volleyball book). You may also want to consider joining NCSA Athletic Recruiting because they have a wealth of information (no kidding, I was blown away by what they have for families), and as it is a one time membership fee, it makes sense (and dollars) to join early to maximize the value.
By educating yourself about all the To Do's and Don'ts, along with the various NCAA rules and terms, you will be in a more comfortable position to manage the process when crazy college coaches start sending your VolleyPSA emails.
If you really want to prepare for the upcoming recruiting craziness, prepare by focusing on developing talent in a positive and consistent manner. Talent will create opportunities. In terms of developing talent, this current time frame from the 8th grade to end of the sophomore year is critical; these young players can make huge gains in ability within proper training environments. Again, Talent creates Opportunity.
My saying is that Freshman is Free and Sophomore Go Slow. Don't get ahead of the game now. Just get educated and support your VolleyPSA by encouraging a positive environment to become a better player. Too many times, I see VolleyFamilies get so into the development of talent, that it easily burns out their VolleyDaughter. Positive and consistent is the key to developing talent; better to practice a couple times a week over the summer, than slam a 5 day super intense camp three times a month on a developing player.
I believe that the Fall of her sophomore year is the time to start reaching out to collegiate coaches with her contact and player information (along with a short skills video).
I really caution VolleyFamilies against starting outreach efforts before their sophomore year, just because there is so much which can change about their VolleyPSA and about collegiate athletics, along with the fact that keeping up an intense recruiting effort for 4 years can just wear families out!
Using the Freshman year is a barometer for the recruiting future is a smart move. For instance, if your VolleyPSA is getting a bunch of contact emails from mid-major NCAA Division I programs, then this is a de facto evaluation of her skill sets and her being in the "view" of college coaches. If her Freshman club season passes, and she does not have any emails from colleges, then you will need to create her being 'seen' by reaching out with video/contact information her sophomore year and making sure you are reaching out to her appropriate level of potential college play.