by TroyCo
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I have had a thriving SEO business for years now and have mostly outsourced it to contractors on Odesk, I find that contractors are getting flakey these days and would like to know of some great sources you guys have used for outsourcing SEO that may be more reliable? affordable agencies that can handle 5 or more keywords per URL would be preferred
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  • Originally Posted by TroyCo View Post

    I have had a thriving SEO business for years now and have mostly outsourced it to contractors on Odesk, I find that contractors are getting flakey these days and would like to know of some great sources you guys have used for outsourcing SEO that may be more reliable? affordable agencies that can handle 5 or more keywords per URL would be preferred
    Hi,
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    • Profile picture of the author seoforfun411
      I've been looking as well for someone on oDesk who can do article writing and spinning. I also want them to be able to submit to sites that I own and add links... Could this be too much to ask of an oDesk outsourced writer? Should I just stick to them doing the writing and spinning and submit and add links myself?
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      • Profile picture of the author dsouravs
        Hi,
        Can I write contents for you?

        English is not my native language and there are a bit of grammatical mistakes but still I write fairly good and I will write it honestly......no spinned content.

        Thank you
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        • Profile picture of the author tech84
          Originally Posted by dsouravs View Post

          Hi,
          Can I write contents for you?

          English is not my native language and there are a bit of grammatical mistakes but still I write fairly good and I will write it honestly......no spinned content.

          Thank you
          lol


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        • Profile picture of the author yukon
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          Originally Posted by dsouravs View Post

          Hi,
          Can I write contents for you?

          English is not my native language and there are a bit of grammatical mistakes but still I write fairly good and I will write it honestly......no spinned content.

          Thank you

          Lol, not sure If your serious?
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        • Profile picture of the author The SEO
          Originally Posted by dsouravs View Post

          Hi,
          Can I write contents for you?

          English is not my native language and there are a bit of grammatical mistakes but still I write fairly good and I will write it honestly......no spinned content.

          Thank you
          Appreciate your post....
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      • Originally Posted by seoforfun411 View Post

        I've been looking as well for someone on oDesk who can do article writing and spinning. I also want them to be able to submit to sites that I own and add links... Could this be too much to ask of an oDesk outsourced writer? Should I just stick to them doing the writing and spinning and submit and add links myself?
        Actually no. There are a lot of freelancers in Odesk who are doing these all at the same time. You will just need to look for them.
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      • Originally Posted by seoforfun411 View Post

        I've been looking as well for someone on oDesk who can do article writing and spinning. I also want them to be able to submit to sites that I own and add links... Could this be too much to ask of an oDesk outsourced writer? Should I just stick to them doing the writing and spinning and submit and add links myself?
        It may be a bit too much. But if you hire a virtual assistant full time, they'll be able to do all that work. for you. All you need to do is to give them the right training.
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  • Profile picture of the author jclindayag
    Hi TroyCo!

    The first thing in mind if you are find a seo company is to never outsource work in Indian companies since many of them offer cheap services yet they will rank you for useless keywords which do not have leads in it.

    So just search the best seo companies in Google that will surely rank you for your keywords. Given that they are in the first page in Google in terms such as SEO only means that they have the credibility to rank you. So search for terms such as search engine optimisation or seo companies and look for the agencies located in the first page of Google.
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  • Profile picture of the author kayode10
    Originally Posted by TroyCo View Post

    I have had a thriving SEO business for years now and have mostly outsourced it to contractors on Odesk, I find that contractors are getting flakey these days and would like to know of some great sources you guys have used for outsourcing SEO that may be more reliable? affordable agencies that can handle 5 or more keywords per URL would be preferred
    As for me, am currently using elance.com, scriptlance.com and guru.com, Most of the service i got myself in there are great.
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  • Profile picture of the author G0nzalez
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    Try: peopleperhour.com, freelancer.com, guru.com they have some nice backlink providers.
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    I want to place my signature here , so you can give it a try ..
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  • Profile picture of the author JonnyHardwick
    Hi Troy,

    We are a leading internet marketing firm based in the UK with English speaking employees and link builders. We offer a wide range of cheap link building services and packages. Check out my signature below if you're interested.
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  • Profile picture of the author Outsourcingnerd
    An advice can be to hire a VA as a trainee. The reason for doing this, is that you bring value for the freelancer, because you teach them how to do stuff, they will need in the future.

    I have a freelancer I hired about three months ago. She works 35 hours a week at $1.25 an hour.

    The deal is that I teach her different stuff (usually I record some screen casting videos, where I instruct her to do different thing, and I also provide here material to read).

    Our deal is that she also gets paid to study the material I send her, and we also have some Skype sessions.

    To make this work, you need to hire someone who did not have a lot of hours billed on Odesk. The more experienced VA´s might switch to job for a better payment, but the more inexperienced freelancers need to prove themselves before others want to hire them.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jimerson Farveez
    Well, I would say still there are GOOD contractors can be found at Freelancer.com, Odesk.com - But you have to screw up and polish up your selection process and add more filters to find the BEST who can work well for you. I am using some good guys from India, I found them using Freelancer.com, on the other hand, I have got some fuzzy and money-minded guys from India as well using Freelancer.com - From my experience, what I would to say is, go for Individuals, not for big TEAMS. Usually big TEAMS used to get massive orders from other clients and might forget you after few days. But if is very small team like 3-4 or individual guys, they are more concern about the work and do well communication as well. Other than that, I always check their feedback on the sites & I used to ask them set of questions - Most of them do NOT answer, but few does who are really interested to do the job, so I hire them and this method usually (90%) work well.
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    • Profile picture of the author Outsourcingnerd
      Originally Posted by Jimerson Farveez View Post

      Well, I would say still there are GOOD contractors can be found at Freelancer.com, Odesk.com - But you have to screw up and polish up your selection process and add more filters to find the BEST who can work well for you. I am using some good guys from India, I found them using Freelancer.com, on the other hand, I have got some fuzzy and money-minded guys from India as well using Freelancer.com - From my experience, what I would to say is, go for Individuals, not for big TEAMS. Usually big TEAMS used to get massive orders from other clients and might forget you after few days. But if is very small team like 3-4 or individual guys, they are more concern about the work and do well communication as well. Other than that, I always check their feedback on the sites & I used to ask them set of questions - Most of them do NOT answer, but few does who are really interested to do the job, so I hire them and this method usually (90%) work well.
      I can only agree to that, I have noticed a few times on Odesk that a hiring manager act as an individual, and once he gets the job, he passes it on to someone else on his team.

      What I like to do when I hire, is to ask the contractor to write something as the title on their application like "VA - Programmer."

      Then you can start to delete all those applications which not have that as the title, because it shows that the contractor not even bothered to read your job description completely or not manage to follow some very basic instructions! ;-)

      Some contractors just send a lot of standard applications, and it is a complete waste of time reading them. So you can speed up the process by following this simple step,
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  • Profile picture of the author nik0
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    Another opportunity to post my sig link!
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  • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
    Originally Posted by TroyCo View Post

    I have had a thriving SEO business for years now and have mostly outsourced it to contractors on Odesk, I find that contractors are getting flakey these days and would like to know of some great sources you guys have used for outsourcing SEO that may be more reliable? affordable agencies that can handle 5 or more keywords per URL would be preferred
    You can find a good SEO agent on this forum and see if you can work out a good discount working as sales man.

    A lot of people offer cheap SEO here, you best man should be able to do customized stuff for you since you have some bit of knowledge.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jacob Sterbenk
    I have extremely positive experience with oDesk. If offer a good wage, you will get many interested people and after some testing (one, two or three people), you will definitely find a good "match".

    My suggestion: If you are willing to pay $1/hour, don't expect miracles. But, if you pay $3/hour, you'll find many well trained VAs.
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  • Profile picture of the author paultheseer
    Do you work on Joomla sites, mine is not a blog
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  • Profile picture of the author IprovideSEO
    Have a look at our WSO for manually created links from Web 2.0 blogs, social bookmarks, and relevant blog comments, plus a Prweb Press Release all for $99!

    Btw we are located in California and only outsource the article writing
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  • Profile picture of the author jimp74
    Hi, I would recommend a site that I used called easyoutsource, lots of candidates like how the site is designed too. You really need to have clear expectations for them and a daily report, and do detailed testing their skills before you hire them.
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Broody
    We can offer our services
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  • Profile picture of the author RedShifted
    I wouldn't be so focused on "affordable agencies" but then again, I'm not sure what your goal is.

    If this is an authority type business, and you don't want to screw around, I would invest $600 and use the company I'm using now. I promote this place a lot on here because they are doing a tremendous job on 1 of my sites, along with my brothers friend who owns his own business.

    They are called resultfirst.com.

    They don't mess around. A $600 deposit will get you about 15 keywords. They do all manual, very clean, very legit, very powerful SEO.

    I've been super impressed by their service, and have done more research on them then any other service I'll name here (aside from using them I've also called every single person who left a review on their site). You pay the deposit, then don't pay again till you start ranking page 3 or higher ($50 for each keyword/page increase above page 3).

    If its a site you're trying to test with, then I would try the service listed below.

    CeasarSEO.

    http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...-counting.html

    Thats 1 thread I've been following for 6 months. I can tell you for certain he serves people well, and I tried to order a gig last week but ran into a small issue (I'll be ordering again in 2 weeks). I can't personally vouch for it yet, but his reviews do speak for themselves.
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  • Profile picture of the author gearmonkey
    Originally Posted by TroyCo View Post

    I have had a thriving SEO business for years now and have mostly outsourced it to contractors on Odesk, I find that contractors are getting flakey these days and would like to know of some great sources you guys have used for outsourcing SEO that may be more reliable? affordable agencies that can handle 5 or more keywords per URL would be preferred
    No surprise many use Fiverr.com because you can find really good SEO packages on there. It is great for SEO!
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