How do you find a good outsourcer?

by James Foster 3 replies
I'm curious as to what kind of "script" everyone uses to find their outsourcers. If you are looking for an article/copywriter, for example, what do you say or how specific do you get about the project details to weed out the foder feeders (or other people who will give you poor articles) and find someone of real quality?

Thanks,

James
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    • Profile picture of the author Andy Money
      You can go to a free lancing site or just look here on the WF. Ask for samples and ask if they can speak english those are the best tips.
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      • Profile picture of the author dwieder
        hi. just like what mrsleep said, you can ask for samples. i am very poor in writing that's why i always resort to freelancers. i have a writer and he is a very good man, you can contact him if you like

        ahlfredzter_08(at)yahoo(dot)ie

        you can ask for samples and the thing with him is, you get quality articles in a low rate compared to others. check him out.

        my general suggestion is, try to ask for some articles... then decide. hopw i helped you out,
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  • Profile picture of the author Chaiwriter
    Originally Posted by James Capulet View Post

    I'm curious as to what kind of "script" everyone uses to find their outsourcers. If you are looking for an article/copywriter, for example, what do you say or how specific do you get about the project details to weed out the foder feeders (or other people who will give you poor articles) and find someone of real quality?

    Thanks,

    James
    Right here on the WF is the perfect place. Yes, samples are a must and recommendations from other Warriors are great too.

    In fact, I bet you can find a good WSO if you look.

    As for Elance and other places, imo you're playing Russian Roulette everytime you place a project with them.


    Good luck,

    Chai
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