Ever Hired A Warrior Who Then "Wowed" You With Their Work?

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Have you ever outsourced something to a fellow
Warrior... and they did a phenomenal job for you?

If so, who was the Warrior, and what service
did he or she perform for you?
#internet marketing #hired #warrior #work #wowed
  • Profile picture of the author chrisgarrett
    I was impressed with Justin Michies WSO Secrets report, I know that isn't quite what you asked, but on the basis of that I would recommend
  • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
    Karl Warren of ECoverNinja.com fame did such an outstanding job on my last mini-site that he's on the top of my list when I need a mini-site done. To top it off, his customer service was nothing short of phenomenal.

    • Profile picture of the author asinGer
      I didn't really hire Steven Wagenheim, but he did me a favor..and the result was nothing short of spectacular. Other Warriors that have come through in the clutch are: Michael Oksa, Sagar Mehta, and Noah Fleming, just to name a few.

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