Affilorama Birthday
Just want to chat? Talk some smack. If it doesn't fit into one of the areas below then you'll be posting here (Note: Please try and find the best section before posting here)

Who do you outsource with?

sltempire
Posts: 8
Joined: 22 Jul 12
Trust:

Who do you outsource with?

After reviewing one of the Affilorama vids http://www.affilorama.com/introduction/affiliate-outsourcing/introduction-to-outsourcing

I'd like to know which outsourcing companies do you use that hire full time employees dedicated to you and your projects. Thanks all. :)
  • 0
Site Admin
michellerana
Posts: 2372
Joined: 05 May 09
Trust:
Mark recommends iWriter for outsourcing your website content:
3 Good Reasons to try iWriter

and uses Odesk to outsource link building:
Outsourcing Link Building

Mark also uses full time outsourcers from elance, fiverr, and vworker:
Outsourcing site setup - tips
  • 0
Michelle
Customer Support


=========================

Want a step-by-step training program in affiliate marketing? Affiloblueprint is a "hand-holding" course that will will show you how to build a site, drive traffic to it, and monetize it.

Go to this link to start building your profitable affiliate sites now!
www.affilorama.com/affiloblueprint
 
PremiumMember
jimcoe
Posts: 398
Joined: 13 Feb 12
Trust:
I've had good luck with eLance over several years. Just used them last week to develop a very comprehensive mailing list of all architects in the San Francisco Bay Area. Got over 170 names (with many details) for a fee of $50 to a firm in India.

I've had complete databases (with security and web page interfaces) developed for $125 (also a firm in India) with eLance.

Hope this helps...

_jim coe
  • 0
paulie69
Posts: 125
Joined: 06 Jun 09
Trust:
Sorry to say that you will be very lucky to have anyone recommend specific companies which they use. Marketers are always quite "discrete" about such things.

Personally I've had terrible success trying to interview candidates via oDesk. In my case half the time they quite literally lie about their experience. The other half of the time they are too lazy to attend interviews which is very frustrating when I sit up half the night to interview them and my job's offer about 3 times more than the going rate... That's happened quite a few times. :(

There must be many truly great contractors out there but with my luck so far I've failed to find any reliable ones. When you do find some reliable workers then do your best to keep them and pay them well for their efforts.I've given up on oDesk and will use other sites from now on.
  • 0

This topic was started on Aug 20, 2012 and has been closed due to inactivity. If you want to discuss this topic further, please create a new forum topic.