How to Find The Best Outsourcers

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HI Guys,

I know this question has possibly been asked dozens of times here, but I'll ask it again.

I'm trying bring on-board one maybe two outsourcers who can do the 'usual' stuff.(link building, article and press release submisssions, etc, etc),

I've been down the ODesk route, but I wasn't too impressed with my experiences there (although maybe I made the wrong choices in the first place )

From what I gather, many marketers have great success outsourcing to the Philippines, but I haven't found an efficient way to tap into that market.

Any suggestions, or advice?

Thanks

Glen
#internet marketing #find #outsourcers
  • Profile picture of the author David Braybrooke
    This thread might help you Glen. http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...-workload.html

    I have found Elance to be worthwhile!
  • Profile picture of the author bradstern
    Have you tried Staff.com? They've got a good database of full time remote workers that you could choose from. You can browse by skill so you can only hire the specific ones for the job you need done.
  • Profile picture of the author watsonovedades
    Odesk all the way
    • Profile picture of the author Inspired, Inc.
      Originally Posted by watsonovedades View Post

      Odesk all the way

      Yup... I second to that... But I always post my job as fixed price... it's better than the hourly contract..
  • Profile picture of the author celente
    Elance and fiverr....

    once you master these, and know what you need done, and learn how to explain your tasks like you are talking to a 5 year old...lol.... you can cut out 90% of your day to day boring routine tasks. :-)
  • Profile picture of the author Sarevok
    I think elance is your best bet. The last dude I hired on Odesk totally blew me off (And I wasted $300 in fresh leads as a result) and the guy had a decent rating.

    Elance it is.

  • Profile picture of the author jutipum
    Recommended Odesk and fiverr
  • Profile picture of the author Niranpr
    It's depend my your work.
    If I want quality work and want to hire specialist I go to Odesk.com
    (odesk is good for me because I love pay per hour )

    If I want normal work like proof reading, video recording, etc I using Fiverr
    (Almost $5 per job)
  • Profile picture of the author Elle Davies
    Try:
    Elance
    Guru
    Micro job sites (Fiverr, Fourerr etc)

    If you've had bad experiences on oDesk, make sure you go for a contractor that has good references or positive ratings so that you know what you're getting.

    Maybe even check out the WSO section and see if anyone there is offering a service that you could use?
  • Profile picture of the author gcbmark20
    Hi Glen you can try these:

    traffic generation:
    ContentDivas.com

    marketing tasks:
    123employee.com

    very affordable service:
    HireMyMom.com

    huge list of freelancers:
    PeoplePerHour.com

    for those on a budget:
    freelancer.com
    vWorker.com

    Get credits for future projects:
    Guru.com

    Hope these help you out and all the best my friend!!!
  • Profile picture of the author Niranpr
    Before I hire someone to work for me.
    I will see rating, past works, and interview them to proof they reach my expectation.

    Ask them good question in work field.
    Such as what is link wheel?
    Tell me about how to optimize good content for link building?
  • Profile picture of the author WeavingThoughts
    Full service IM firms may become too expensive to use.

    Have a guy/team for everything like copy, content, link building, seo etc. And then have a team of VAs to manage them. Will get better results and may even turn out to be a bit cheaper.
  • Profile picture of the author TheProsperousMarketer
    I have had mixed results with ODESK - dont go for the cheapest option is my advice, as a minimum I don't hire people with an hourly rate of less than $10..you get what you pay for!
  • Profile picture of the author Jacob Sterbenk
    I've had positive experience with oDesk so far ... 3/4 were hourly contracts, I've spent over $2,000 so far. I've soon discovered that people simply don't work well for $1/hour, so now I'm paying at least $3/ hour (usually around $4).

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