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Outsourcing cuts your cost, lets you concentrate on your Core area

Outsourcing cuts your cost, lets you concentrate on your Core area

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  • 1. Put Your Web 2.0 Marketing Empire On Autopilot How To Leverage Other Folks Time and Skills To Quickly Build Your Online Business/ Marketing Empire
  • 2. What You will learn?
    • What is outsourcing and why outsourcing is the best way to “Get the Job Done” cheap and fast.
    • How to identify tasks that you can easily outsource.
    • The types of tasks that you can outsource.
    • What online outsourcing resources are available to help you reduce the time you spend working in in your business.
    • The step by step process on using freelancers to build your online/marketing empire
  • 3. Why should you listen
    • We were just like most of you
    • We work with outsourcers all of the globe
    • We have perfected a model that works
  • 4. Outsourcing
    • Hiring “cost effective” specialist to complete specific task that you don’t have the time or skill to complete
    • Get rid of the small things and focus on the big things
    You should spend more time working on your business not in your business
  • 5. 2 Big Questions That You Must Ask Yourself
    • Do I want another Job ?
    • Do I want to manage a success business?
  • 6. What Advantages Does Outsourcing Give You?
    • You can take back control of your time and work on things you are good at and enjoy
    • Allows your business to grow at a much faster pace
    • Stops you from being the biggest problem in your business
  • 7. The Problem With Most Small Businesses You You You You You You You
  • 8. When Is The Best Time To Start Outsourcing?
    • When you know what your objectives are?
    • When you know results you want?
    • When you have the money?
  • 9. 2 simple questions to ask yourself identify projects you need to outsource Do I currently have the skill set to complete the task I need done? Can someone else do the task cheaper than I can do it myself (How much is your time worth)?
  • 10. How To Determine What To Pay For Your Projects
    • Look at what others are paying for similar jobs
    • Set your budget
    • Negotiate for lower price
  • 11. What tasks should you outsource?
    • Routine tasks
    • Tasks that can be automated
    • Tasks that you are unable to do
    • Sample Tasks
      • Setting up websites and blogs
      • Designing website graphics
      • Writing content – blog posts, autoresponder emails,
      • Virtual Assistant - bookkeeping, mailings
  • 12. Online outsourcing resources
        • http://www.elance.com
        • http://www.guru.com
        • http://www.odesk.com
        • http://www.rentacoder.com
        • http://www.getafreelancer.com
  • 13. How it works?
  • 14. How to create your project requirements Be specific: to the point and concise Be thorough: state exactly what you want and the results you expect Be clear: communicate in a way that is understandable
  • 15. Project Requirements…continued Overview: what the job is and what you are looking for What are the deliverables: end result you are looking for The time frame: 24 hours, 5 days, a month Communication Method: updates and status Your Budget: how much you are willing to pay
  • 16. 3 Things To Include In Every Project Description Specific deadline Payment terms Detailed description of the project and expected outcomes Notes: When possible provider examples of what you want the provider to produce (i.e.., URLS of websites you like)
  • 17. Post The Task On The Outsourcing Site(s) Notes: When possible provider examples of what you want the provider to produce (i.e.., URLS of websites you like)
    • Sign up for an account on one of the Outsourcing sites
    • Do some research
      • Review the skill categories
      • Take a look at what other people are paying for similar tasks
    • Post your Job description
    • Typical Items Asked:
      • Length of time for job posting to remain open for bids
      • Cost range (or specific amount)
      • Desired skill set(s)
  • 18. Review Bids From Potential Providers Notes Bids from potential providers should begin to come in almost immediately, if not re-look at the description you posted
    • Review provider’s samples, ratings/comments.
    • Provide responses to any questions (ask any questions you have).
    • Decline unsatisfactory bids.
    • Negotiate terms (if necessary) with the provider you want to select.
    • Accept the provider.
  • 19. Select The Best Provider’s Bid
    • After the review process accept the best provider’s bid
    • Communicate with the provider to insure that everyone’s on the “same page”
  • 20. The Provider Completes The Task
    • Communicate, Communicate, Communicate
    • Review the providers work at each step and provide feedback and clarification.
    • Stay in contact with the provider on a regular basis.
    Notes If the project is a website (i.e., blog, landing page, etc.) make sure you view the site using different browsers (i.e., Mozilla, IE, etc.)
  • 21. Review The Completed Project
    • Thoroughly review the completed project make sure the provider has fulfilled all the terms outlined in the project description.
    • DO NOT release the final payment until you are satisfied that all the terms have been fulfilled.
  • 22. Pay the provider
    • Release the final escrowed funds.
    • Fill out the comments and rating page for your provider
  • 23. Breaking Through The Smoke And Mirrors