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They were not kidding.

Posted 31st October 2012 at 05:58 AM by NiagaraLocal

I bought a wso on lead generation and one tip in there was how to get outsourced help for emailing at $1.00 an hour.

I was very skeptic but still placed an ad on Odesk.

A couple of hours later I had more than 150 people apply to the ad with close to 20% of them willing to work for less than $2 an hour.

This morning my task is to select a few who I think can do the job and start a contest to see who will be my first virtual employee.
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I posted my first help wanted ad

Posted 30th October 2012 at 03:12 PM by NiagaraLocal
Updated 30th October 2012 at 03:14 PM by NiagaraLocal (Adding category)

Yesterday I posted my very first ad trying to recruit commissions only sales agents.

It's my first attempt to outsource sales in any way shape or form.

My next step is recruiting email entry personnel, and that should be later this week.

So far I've had 8 responses to the ad and since I did not mention what the service I was selling was all about, I replied to all with a detailed response with service details, target market and commission opportunities....
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Almost a year up in smoke

Posted 29th October 2012 at 06:23 AM by NiagaraLocal

Wow, it's been almost a year since my last post and much like my writing I've not done a whole lot of actual prospecting work.

I've been satisfied with a few clients and doing what I thought was work planning this big project that would deliver the "4 hour work week" dream to me.

But as I came near the launch day and my software developer failed to deliver I realized that before I could swing for the fences I should have a better income locked up.
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Much to My Surprise!

Posted 14th November 2011 at 07:47 AM by NiagaraLocal

You can imagine that I was quite surprised to see that people took the time to read the ad I made for the affiliate contest I associated with my WSO but did not sign up.

I know that I've not proven myself as an elite product creator and that folks with big lists want to maximize their EPC but a $400 bonus should entice some of them.

Oh well, my reason for the WSO was to share a method I use with success and grow a list of local offline marketers. And to that effect,...
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How does asking for affiliates on your WSO help?

Posted 12th November 2011 at 10:44 AM by NiagaraLocal

So today I added an image just under the original thread on my WSO Facebook Attraction that informs Warriors that I'm running an affiliate contest with cash and prizes.

When I just published the WSO, I managed some sales and attracted a fair amount of affiliates, but to my dismay, not much traffic or sales came from the affiliates.

I'm hoping that the contest which offers more than $700 in prizes will attract more affiliates and generate some buzz.

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