29 Jul 11 5:56 am
There are still the cheaper workers, you just need to look deeper and be specific with what you want. Sometimes if they are lower quality and experience, you need to do more work yourself and create the process, then make instructions.
Then record the process with the intstructoins and send it their way to help them learn quicker. For example, I had a guy who didn't know how to use SEOLV so I did a screenshot tutorial on a word doc and sent it to him. I told him to refer to it if he needed help, and after 1 week, he was doing it as good as I was (putting articles in, choosing categories, setting drip feeds, etc).
Some of the workers put their prices up only when they have current work as well, so don't fall for the illusion that EVERYONE is asking for the ridiculous prices (more than most American individual wages).