Just back from a two week family holiday in Florida. Phew! Scorchio!! 😉 Here’s an article I wrote about outsourcing. Let me make this clear, everyone should be doing it!!
How To Outsource Your Work To Leverage Your Time
Learning how to outsource your work is not difficult at all. Most people believe that it takes lots of time to find a good outsourcer. It’s really not that hard to find somebody online who can provide articles, web copy, submission, site building, graphic design, and all sorts of different services.
On Fiverr.com, you’ll find many people offering all sorts of services for only $5. Some people offer graphic design services, articles, Facebook fans, and almost anything that you can think of for only $5.
You may be shocked at how many services you’ll find on this website.
No matter what you’re looking for, you can find a great outsourcer through Craigslist. On these classified ads, you can write about what you’re looking for and what your requirements are, allowing you to find clients that are going to actually help you accomplish what you want.
On Guru.com, you can post a job just like you would on CL, but this site allows only outsourcing work to be offered, and the nice part is that they put the money in escrow when you find a service provider.
Guru.com is very much respected in the outsourcing industry, and I guarantee that you you’ll find a great outsourcer from this site.
Freelancer.com is the world’s largest freelancing, outsourcing, and crowdsourcing marketplace for small business. With over 8 million users, you can hire a freelancer to do your contract work at a fraction of the cost. Whether you need PHP developers, web designers, or content writers, you can outsource jobs within minutes. Browse through hundreds of skills including copywriting, data entry, and graphic design or more technical areas like coding HTML, programming MySQL, and designing CSS
This is a great site by Chris Ducker about how easy it is to outsource to the Phillipines. There is a lot of free stuff to read, including an ebook about expected salaries. It’s a real eye opener.
Elance.com and Odesk.com
These are two very popular sites with many people and are huge! Many people with all sorts of talents wanting work. These work like ebay in reverse. You post your project and then those who think they can do it post a reply including how much they will charge. It’s great fun!!
Now that you’ve found a great person who you can outsource your stuff online to, it’s now time to give them what you’re in need of. Make sure that you outline perfectly what you’re looking for in their services, and try to always give them what they deserve. They usually won’t ask for any big fees, and you can be sure to find somebody who will be willing to work for less and still offer more. Videos are a great way of teaching your outsourcer the ropes. Watch this space for a project I’m working on that will help you do just that!
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