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How Can I Outsource Site Creation and Site Management?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by mgma4, May 29, 2011.

  1. mgma4

    mgma4 Registered Member

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    Hi, I have too many ideas and even if I outsource site content, it still takes too much time for me to create and manage sites (like Wordpress). Does anyone know of a reasonably safe way to outsource things like this? Still, I haven't thought of a full proof or even low risky way to do this, and it is proving to be a major hurdle. Looking forward to your best suggestions.
     
  2. jcash12

    jcash12 Regular Member

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    In all honesty, I would suggest checking some freelancer sites and finding the right person to do it for you. You can get cheap/good work but you gotta find that gem :). Be careful with who you let work for your, and always conduct interviews.

    You could try

    odesk
    freelancer
    fiverr
    even bhw services

    hope I could help ya out :)
     
  3. edthered

    edthered Registered Member

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    I've done a fair amount of outsourcing mainly via E*ance over the years. I've had to sift through a lot of what can only be described as "chaff" to find the gems.

    Needless to say this involved risk taking (with my money). I've learned 7 lessons so far and I've decided to share my lessons here on BHW..a forum where people share soo much of their knowledge for free..as a thank you


    • Talk to them (via skype)..Some of these people have very basic written/spoken english skills. You will also find that some are very good with written english, but are very hard to understand (on the phone / Skype)
    • Demand to see past work (in a similar area as to your project) 3Always be very very specific with needs to be done,get it in writing (email?/im chat)
    • Never assume anything. What may seem like common sense to you is potentially rocket science to them.
    • Have a deadline that is agreed beforehand (and is in writing)
    • Ask for regular reports and tie in your payment schedule with the reports.
    • Never outsource your clients projects to anywhere before you test some of your own dummy projects on these people. It's your reputation that's at stake here :).
     
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  4. reggyp

    reggyp Newbie

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    edthered gives some great info there, if i may throw my hat into the ring.
    Try outsourcing seperate jobs to seperate outsourcies (is that a word) that way they dont all know whats going on.
    that way i believe you spread your loss possibility but it means you pay more in outsourcing and your not relying on one person to everything on one site, you then just "manage" the workflow.
     
  5. stereoscience

    stereoscience Newbie

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    Hi I could easily sites for/with you. We can negotiate a fair price depending on the number of sites you need me working on and the amount of work per site. PM me with any questions.