As a new entrepreneur you may frown upon outsourcing for the simple reason that it cost money. However, as a new business owner you may fail to recognize the opportunity and value you may receive when you outsource certain task. If you factor in the time and energy spent fiddling with a job that is best left to an expert, you may save some money – but you are not saving what you need…more time to optimize your expert skills and grow your business.
Outsourcing in no longer a strategy reserved for big business. Today’s technology can provide a host of online outsourcing tools for the small business owner. If you want to start creating more time in your day to generate business, here is a short list of online outsourcing tools to help you:
Upwork– Get a shortlist of skilled freelancers instantly, tapping into their hiring know-how and matching technology. Interview favorites online and hire with the click of a button.
Amazon’s mechanical turk ─ Ask workers to complete HITs – Human Intelligence Tasks – and get results using Mechanical Turk
Fiverr ─ Is a global online marketplace offering tasks and services. Beginning at a cost of $5 per job performed, from which it gets its name. The site is primarily used by freelancers who use Fiverr to offer services to customers worldwide.
Virtual Assist USA ─ Virtual assistants can handle numerous administrative tasks such as bookkeeping, data entry, event planning and research. Other areas of expertise include public relations, marketing, consulting, copy-writing, graphic design and social media management.
Remember today’s technology makes finding capable and reliable outsource providers easy but the selection process is of utmost Importance. Be sure you check previous client ratings.
When you realize your talents are best spent growing your business, you learn to optimize today’s outsourcing tools, you will find it helps to provide a powerful impact on your growth, productivity and bottom line. So get out there – set new goals – create ways to achieve them. Answers from A to Z
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