Can anyone recommend an Odesk worker?

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Can anyone recommend an Odesk contractor for SEO work?
(Searching through the 30,000 available contractors hasn't
been so pleasant).
#odesk #recommend #worker
  • Profile picture of the author Arav
    Hello,
    I can provide you the Blog Commenting, Web 2.0 properties, Social Bookmarking and other basic linkbuilding services at Odesk.
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  • Profile picture of the author sandy3055
    HI, I actively working in odesk for projects and can make a good backlink strategy that can give you traffic as well as quality users. You can pm me for any questions about your project.
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  • Profile picture of the author laurencewins
    Have you thought of asking if there are interested people here? I know there are experts here who will be able to help you.
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    • Profile picture of the author James Liberty
      Originally Posted by laurencewins View Post

      Have you thought of asking if there are interested people here? I know there are experts here who will be able to help you.
      I only hire on recommendations, Lauren. It's the safest way I know.
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  • Profile picture of the author laurencewins
    I am sure most of us in here have people who would recommend us if asked.
    I mainly do writing so am not offering my services but if you simply ask around, you will usually get feedback.
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  • Profile picture of the author jasono
    Don't limit yourself in Odesk. Why not try looking for workers in onlinejobs.ph and/or directory.outsourcingautopilot.com? There are lots of legitimate workers here.
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  • Profile picture of the author hilarious89
    Actually now a days every contractor needs some experience. Everyone on the odesk is experienced but they have no proof as the profiles they created are new. I think you should give the new workers a chance to show their experience. My suggestion is you can try to keep some new new worker.
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    • Profile picture of the author Arav
      Originally Posted by hilarious89 View Post

      Everyone on the odesk is experienced but they have no proof as the profiles they created are new.
      How can you be sure about that? I'm working at Odesk for more than two and half years and I know how Skilled and Experienced workers are joining there every day.
      It's true that a Newbies should be given chance to grow their profile but a matter of FACT, most of them come to this with a little or without Solid Knowledge base.
      Anyone is today's date has become a SEO expert there!
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      • Profile picture of the author hilarious89
        Originally Posted by Arav View Post

        How can you be sure about that? I'm working at Odesk for more than two and half years and I know how Skilled and Experienced workers are joining there every day.
        It's true that a Newbies should be given chance to grow their profile but a matter of FACT, most of them come to this with a little or without Solid Knowledge base.
        Anyone is today's date has become a SEO expert there!
        Yeah, you are absolutely right. I am also on odesk for approx. 2 years. I know the facts. So before hiring a person you should check them first.
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  • Profile picture of the author Edk
    OK, if you don't happen to receive any recommendations from here in a timely manner, Philippino SEO and other workers have worked out fine for me. But be guided by their feedback on jobs they've done. I find that simple things like having the pride to get a logo organised can be a useful pointer; as well as how quickly they get back to you and so on. I hope that helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author joshpat2
    the best way is to post a job and they will come to you ... best ones are from india cheap and realable just post a job and you will see you can even ask them for a small sample job befre you hire them. thats how i did it i got 2 great guys
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  • Profile picture of the author falcott
    My experience: I've hired a few people on oDesk over the past 18 months or so, mainly coding and writing, however. I usually just post a job, and let them come to me. Then I choose a few likely ones, and interview them. You have to be careful to try to find out if they are overstating their confidence and abilities.

    I frequently select first-timers on oDesk, because they are eager to please, to prove themselves and get a good feedback. Also they are often cheap because they are starting out. Some of these are still doing work for me. Having said that, obviously I have had some failures (about 1 in 4), but because they were cheap and the initial jobs were small, I didn't lose much.

    Apart from recommendations (obviously a good thing) this is my suggested way to find a good outsourcer.
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