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The Simple Outsourcing Guide for Author, Entrepreneurs, and Bloggers

Have you been pulling your hair out trying to get your business off the ground?

Are you ready to rise to the next level?

So you are planning to expand your business online but you know it’s going to take more of your time, energy, and effort to make it profitable.

Do you want to know how to expand on a low budget?

The first thing I’d say is to decide how much you have available to spend then start looking at the ways you can hire help. There are so many resources out there to choose from so it can be overwhelming.

Depending on what tasks you need done, you can find super cheap solutions like Fiverr for one-off jobs, or you can tap into a super expensive staffing agency. But for people like you and me, there is a happy medium known as online outsourcing. There are people who are affordable, knowledgeable, and eager to help you with your tasks. You can find them on freelancing websites like Upwork, Freelancer, and many others.

You’ve probably heard about US companies sending their jobs overseas. There is a reason for that; it’s because labor is cheap. Sure there are some headaches involved such as the language barrier and occasional internet issues, but for the most part, it is a great alternative.

The issues with large companies shipping jobs offshore are numerous and many lives have been affected, but for the solopreneur like you and me, it has its advantages. I’ve been on both ends of the outsourcing coin. I’ve worked as a freelancer and I’ve hired freelancers. I told a few of my friends about my results and they like you wanted to know how I did it.

What I have to share is not about why outsourcing is wonderful, but about how to leverage for your own projects. I will teach you how to find, hire, and train freelancers for a reasonable amount of money. Sometimes it can be as low as $2.00/hr. I will take you through 8 steps to jump into the outsourcing model and take your business to a new level.

Step 1 – Decide why you need to hire an assistant

Step 2 - Finding Great Freelancers

Step 3 – Set your budget

Step 4 – Write and Post your ad            

Step 5 – Review the applicants against preset criteria

Step 6 – Choose and Email Top Candidates

Step 7 – Hire and Work with your New Assistant          

Step 8 – Rinse and Repeat

Then I will share with you:

  • Payments, Ratings, and Challenges
  • What to Outsource

To make it even better for you I am including two bonus sections that will give you real stories from real people who are actually outsourcing!

  • Bonus Section I – Advice from the Experts
  • Bonus Section II – Chatting about Outsourcing

If you are looking for a resource that is not just a theory but is filled with practical information, The Simple Outsourcing Guide is perfect for you.

Here are a few reasons to add this guide to your business development collection:

  • If you are tired of wanting to be like the gurus but get overwhelmed about all the information and how to implement it, then this resource is ready for you to read.
  • You can turn your solo business (whether it’s blogging, products or services) into a larger and more profitable enterprise without having to break the bank.
  • You can clone yourself by hiring and training affordable assistants starting today. This guide shows you how.
  • You will get screenshots in addition to useful and easy to implement instructions.
  • You will get your time back because this guide is not 500 pages long but less than 35 pages (less if you don’t count the images)

So what are you waiting for? Your business won’t grow if you keep trying to do it all on your own!

Download your copy now and hire your first assistant tomorrow.

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The New Client Intake Process is a sample business process that shows you how to create a business process for your different tasks. Use this guide to create your training documents and employee manuals. Then all you will need to do is hand it off to your new assistant to follow the instructions and get the tasks done!

The Virtual Assistant Task Notebook is your basic company owners manual and employee handbook. It includes the checklists you need to get your business off the ground quickly. You can create your own handbook using the link inside the notebook.

The Master Project List is a template you can use to organize your business and project tasks in a spreadsheet format. Use it for a basic overview of what your have going on in your business.

You will get the following files:

  • DOCX (2MB)
  • DOCX (179KB)
  • XLSX (6KB)
  • DOCX (232KB)
  • DOCX (41KB)

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