What is the best outsource course available?

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I am planning to outsource my eBook creation to someone. The thing is, how can I monitor them that they are really delivering quality work?

What are the best courses do you guys recommend?

#internet marketing #outsource
  • Profile picture of the author trevord92
    Originally Posted by info126 View Post

    I am planning to outsource my eBook creation to someone. The thing is, how can I monitor them that they are really delivering quality work?
    You or someone else will need to read the eBook they've written.

    If there's the option to do so (depends where you're outsourcing), get each chapter sent when it's done and go through it.

    You could also copy a few phrases into Google, surrounding them with quote marks, to do a quick check that they've not totally copied and pasted it from elsewhere. There are probably more sophisticated methods to do it but that simple check will probably catch things most of the time.
    • Profile picture of the author cborgrx
      If you use a company like writer, they have several levels of writers. Choose the top level, I think they are called elite. As a further check on quality, think of each chapter as an article and get 1-2 "articles" done before hiring for all the "articles". Good luck.
  • Profile picture of the author Tom Addams
    If you have no contacts in this area of the industry, here's what you do...

    Get yourself on a forum where writers sell this service. Forums are great because feedback is hard to fake. If you see some writer with 15 pages of good things to be said about him, chances are you'll be saying the same good things down the line.

    Ask for examples of his work.

    Ask for referrals.

    When the work is submitted, give it to someone to proofread (if you can't do it yourself, or don't want to) and run it through Copyscape.


    You should have some good content.


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