Is there a Simple WSO to Outsource and Make Instant Income?

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Hello my friends,

I have tried several wso's and given to a third party to follow and implement. Unfortunately, I haven't found the right wso to outsource and make money.

Has anyone come across simple wso's that can be outsourced to implement and make money?

Richard
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  • Profile picture of the author Ben Gordon
    Practically everything can be outsourced, you just need to find the right people.
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    • Profile picture of the author Richard Crooke
      I hear ya, just haven't found the winning combination. lol
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      • Profile picture of the author Noel Cunningham
        Originally Posted by Richard Crooke View Post

        I hear ya, just haven't found the winning combination. lol
        I think we all still looking for the winning combination Richard I know if I had I'd be on a beach somewhere enjoying a few beers instead of on the mighty WF trying to learn more stuff Lol

        It can be a long, winding road at times but keep the head up, focus on your end goals and fingers crossed things will go well
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  • Profile picture of the author Noel Cunningham
    Originally Posted by Richard Crooke View Post

    Hello my friends,

    I have tried several wso's and given to a third party to follow and implement. Unfortunately, I haven't found the right wso to outsource and make money.

    Has anyone come across simple wso's that can be outsourced to implement and make money?

    Richard
    With outsourcing it's important to be able to understand it and implement yourself before giving it to the outsourcer. Like everything it'll take time for them to learn it and will make mistakes - hence you needing to understand the process is crucial to be able to teach them

    I've never outsourced a WSO but what I could recommend is that you analyze your business and see where your spending a lot of time. Any task that is done repetitively could be put down in a manual and sent to the outsourcer. Also helpful to include a screen capture tutorial explaining EXACTLY what you want of them.

    Noel.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lightlysalted
    excuse my ignorance but what's a WSO?
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  • Profile picture of the author centsible
    Amazing! 197 posts, member since August 2008 and does not know what a WSO (warrior Special Offer) is. How can that be true?
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    • Profile picture of the author mauii
      Originally Posted by centsible View Post

      Amazing! 197 posts, member since August 2008 and does not know what a WSO (warrior Special Offer) is. How can that be true?
      Lucky him. He's probably saved quite a bit of money on pure crap.

      Not that there aren't decent WSOs.
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      • Profile picture of the author ucallelse
        Have you tried tweaking your thread title or the sales copy/letter? Do you have a sales copy/letter? That may be an odd question, but some people just say a little more than, "Buy This WSO and make a lot of money." I know that with all the WSOs being created, I don't click on a lot of the titles, not to say there aren't any WF members who do, but your title alone can keep people from even looking at your WSO. Then after you get the click, your introduction to your offer may turn people away. If you read your own sales copy/letter, would you spend your own money on it? Does your WSO seem reasonable, not in price, but would someone consider it doable? Does the price match the product? What are the comments and reviews like? If too many people are saying one not-so-positive thing, then check on that. And if you're not getting many sales, then ask the people who bought it to give you an honest opinion about it, not just the offer, but the way the offer was put together - it can be a PM or an email - it doesn't have to be posted all over your WSO forum.

        So, the product behind your WSO may be great, but your presentation may be a little off.

        Well, I hope this helps in some way.

        Charlie U.
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  • Profile picture of the author rosetrees
    @ Charlie U. Did you bother to read the OP - at all? Even the first sentence?

    To the OP - no business of any kind, anywhere, can make money (instant or otherwise) without customers. Who are your customers? Then you can decide if your business can be wholly or partially outsourced.

    I presume the mentoring service you offer doesn't include tutoring in outsourcing?
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  • Profile picture of the author vivi62
    Treat every wso as a business.you need to apply yourself and test it for about 3 months to see if it works.
    Regards
    vivi62
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    • Profile picture of the author icegin
      Originally Posted by vivi62 View Post

      Treat every wso as a business.you need to apply yourself and test it for about 3 months to see if it works.
      Regards
      vivi62
      This is good advice. I suspect that the expectation of seeing results immediately is one of the reasons why people give up so quickly because it doesn't always happen.

      I agree with Ben Gordon though -- practically every business can be outsourced if you have a solid plan and hire the right people.
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      • Profile picture of the author Global Warrior
        Hi. First the GREAT news:

        I can tell you one system right now that is VERY successful........ The system is used millions of times a day, all over the world........

        Now the GOOD news:

        it can be implemented within the next 24 hours, assuming, by the time you read this it's NOT Saturday afternoon..........

        Now the NOT so good news:

        You have to deal with one of the most corrupt, greedy and bullying segments of society.......

        Now the Bad news

        The returns aren't so good.......

        What? You still want to know what this system is?????

        Ok. It's this. You outsource your money making, by putting some money in a bank account. The bank will then go to work at making money for you by lending YOUR money to someone else and they will give you something they call interest back, currently at something like 2%. They expect you to be happy that your outsourcing to them is making you 2%, whilst they pay 7 figure bonuses to their staff who are dropping deposits on Ferraris from the whopping commissions they are earning........"investing"....... Your money......FOR YOU.

        clearly outsourcing is good for some people.

        Peace

        GW
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  • Profile picture of the author Richard Crooke
    Good one Carol, lol. I haven't perfected outsourcing yet. Trying to leverage my time better.
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  • Profile picture of the author AceOfShirts
    You might have better luck if your outsourced WSO also makes money for the "outsourcer" besides what you pay them.

    I released a free rebrandable report as a WSO (in my sig) and I did pretty well with it. It's starting to get even better now as it is getting passed around more and more. I'm actually thinking about bumping the WSO and letting it run it's course again.

    Since the "outsourcer" has the potential to make even more money because their links are in the report they will probably try even harder.
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