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[Interview] Tyrone Shum: Killer Filipino Outsourcing Strategies For Your Online Business

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Creator of Mass Outsource Mastermind, Expert in Outsourcing to Philippines

After learning about outsourcing in the Philippines through Tyrone’s course, this interview focused on some of the key issues associated when setting up, running and growing your virtual staff. We also learn about Tyrone’s journey into internet marketing and how he’s managed to skyrocket his results through outsourcing.

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[Interview] Greg Cassar: A Behind The Scenes Look At Internet Marketing Strategy And Smart Outsourcing

Internet Marketing Strategist, Entrepreneur and Speaker

You’ve probably never heard of Greg, but that’s just the way he likes it. He’s the guy many big names go to when they are looking to take their online businesses to the next level. Greg shared some of the key observations he has learnt over the years working with some of the most recognised marketing brands and campaigns. I also quizzed him about getting started building a virtual team and how he is able to run his team effectively.

In this interview you will discover:

– The major themes business owners and clients need to focus on but rarely do

– Greg’s keys to online success for anyone looking to get serious about their internet business

– The key traits and characteristics of Greg’s elite marketers and high net worth clients have in common and how you can emulate them

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[Video] Outsourcing, Automation and Leverage For Online Business and Content Creation

Here’s a presentation on outsourcing I did a while ago to a small group of private clients at a marketing workshop.

It’s packed full of great concepts and tips including:

* How outsource your content creation

* Which sites I use to find and keep great staff members

* How to decide what needs to be outsourced and outtasked

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Business Outsourcing: How To Post Your First Job at Vworker: Tips, Strategies

In this video, I show you exactly how to post a bid request at vWorker’s new interface.

In the final video of the series, I teach you how to get the most out of vWorker with several little known secret strategies I’ve been using for years to get the best staff at the best value.

Click here to see Part 3.

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[spoiler]Hi and welcome to how to post a bid request a vworker tutorial. My name is West, let’s get straight into it.

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Outsourcing At vWorker Training Series Tutorial Education Videos

Welcome to this introductory 3 part training series on vWorker!

In this first video, I’ll give you an overview of the vWorker process so you are crystal clear on how to use it best.

Once you’ve seen it, please watch my more in depth video tutorial on how to post your first bid request on vWorker.

Click here for Part 2

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[Training VideoCast] Look Over My Shoulder Personal Video Tutorial of Elance

Ever wanted to use Elance to hire virtual staff? This is the second part in the series. In the first part I gave you a virtual of Rent-a-coder.com, now known as Vworker.

Here’s an over-my shoulder tour of the site. I teach you how to use it, what to look for when hiring staff and posting projects and share some of my most closely guarded tips and tricks on how to get the very best from the site.

Stay tuned for future video casts where I give you personal tours of my other favourite sites!

Enjoy, and if you found it useful, please use the retweet button to share it!

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[Training VideoCast] Look Over My Shoulder Personal Video Tutorial of Rent-A-Coder

Ever wanted to use Rent-A-Coder to hire virtual staff?

Here’s an over-my shoulder tour of the site. I teach you how to use it, what to look for and share some of my most closely guarded tips and tricks on how to get the very best from the site.

Stay tuned for future video casts where I give you personal tours of my other favourite sites, elance and guru.com!

Enjoy, and if you found it useful, please use the retweet button to share it!

 

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Automation and Outsourcing For Business Part #3

This is part 3 of the series. Get Part 1 here and Part 2 here.

In the Product Launch Formula 2 launch (I don’t know if it was a marketing ploy or not) the website that Jeff had ready to go at launch was down! Thousands of people came to buy, and there was NOTHING available!

We’ll never know if it was deliberate or not. However, if it was legitimately valid tech issue, then if you don’t have a techie on hand and people are coming to your site ready to buy, you are literally losing thousands of dollars (in Jeff’s case millions potentially)!

You’ll also lose a bunch of customers.

So, if you find someone who’s good, using these contracting sites, pay them more than they expect when the job is done. That creates an instant loyalty.

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Automation and Outsourcing Tips For Your Online Business Part #3

This is Part 3 in the series.

Read Part 2 here and Part 1 here.

If you find someone who’s good, using these contracting sites I’ve outlined in previous posts in this series, actually pay them more than they expect when the job is done. That creates an instant loyalty. We talked before about how these countries have currencies and economies that, because our economies in certain Western countries are better, if you give some people a bonus of $10 USD or $20 USD for a job, that’s massive.

It makes a big difference, and can be a whole days’ worth of work.

For you it’s nothing, really, it’s not much at all, another $10, but for these people it can feed their families for a couple of days, and that’s a lot.

This is just a way to create the loyalty and build a sense of team around what you’re doing.

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Automation and Outsourcing For Your Business Part #2

This is part 2 in a 3 part series. Read Part 1 here.

Consider getting a tech person. That is the #1 area that you should first look to outsource. So what skills should they have? when I first started looking, I had no idea.

I asked some of my colleagues who were doing it, and they shed some light on what’s worked for them. Here’s what’s worked for me, and with this range of skills, I’m confident your worker will be able to fulfill most if not all of your technical requests:

You could ask for a ‘Web Developer’. This title encompasses a range of skills. The main ones you’ll need are:

– Skills in coding php, html, css

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