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Outsourcing Domination

The Secret To Outsourcing Domination | Save $1000’s And 100’s Of Hours With 3 Simple Tips

Before I even start explaining how you can save a ton of money, I want to ask you a few questions….

Are You Tired of Paying Top Dollar for Bottom Feeder Work?

What if You Didn’t Have to?

What if you could hire Five Star Talent at a Two Star Price, Build Your Business at Rapid Speed and Save Money at the same time?

Well, today I have the perfect solution to all the questions above. It’s called Outsourcing Domination! It’s the ultimate insider’s a guide to finding, hiring & building long term relationships with those diamond in the rough contractors who cost less, work harder & put businesses on the MAP!

Instead of beating you over the head with outrageous (and questionable) claims about the thousands of dollars you can make in the next 24, 72, or 120 hours, I want to do something much, much better…

outsourcing domination

Introducing Outsourcing Domination…

By Anthony Chatfield and Nelio Dos Reis

So Why All The Craze Around Outsourcing Domination?

It’s an integral part of business for every person reading this, but with the strategies I’m about to reveal, you’ll save potentially $100s or even $1000s on your biggest, most important projects AND get better quality content.

Who the Heck is Anthony Chatfield?

Six years ago, I was an electric bill away from the bread line. College degree in hand and eyes wide with expectations, I got hit hard by the cold, gauntleted fist of reality and it hurt.

But, I got back up and while I didn’t have qualifications, experience or any idea what I was doing, I put together a successful content business that today brings me six figures a year.

So, I’ve been on the other side of the tracks. I’ve bid on thousands of projects on Elance and Odesk. I’ve been insulted and scammed on Craigslist. And in doing so I learned a few things about the massive divide between what marketers want and what they say to contractors.

Right now you’re probably asking, “Why does this writer think he knows what I should do to get cheap contractors?”

If you want to know whether you have a winning product do you ask other marketers or do you ask the people who might buy that product?

Trick question. You ask both.

Which is why I’m in a unique position to help you with a problem I’ve seen over and over again, often as I’m being hired for a project.

I have a unique perspective here. I spent more than five years as a contractor and completed more than 400 projects on Elance.

And in the last year and a half, I’ve learned how to leverage my time and get other people to do the heavy lifting. I’ve spent nearly $50,000 on Elance and close to $20,000 on Odesk and that’s just in the last 2 years.

I have hired and fired more people than I can count, but instead of throwing my soda across the living room or venting to my dog, I observed.

What went wrong?

What did they expect?

What warning signs did I have that they were going to suck?

I took notes, combined them with my five plus years of experience bidding on projects and realized that it didn’t need to be so hard.

Not only could I get better contractors with a little careful analysis, I could get cheaper contractors – people who were eager to show their skills and build their reputation.

This is the culmination of that work.

Everyone Thinks They Have One Of Two Options When It Comes To Contracting Work:

1.Pay for low quality and do a ton of work polishing it up for publication.

Or

2. Pay through the nose for top quality work because they take it seriously.

But I have a third option for you:

3. Pay cut rates for high quality work from eager young contractors.

How is that possible?

First, forget everything you know about outsourcing. Yes, it’s the single most important thing you can do for your business. Yes, it allows you to grow at rapid speeds, well beyond what you could ever think of doing on your own.

But, the rest? The part where you dump 99% of your revenue into contractors and hope (read: cross your fingers) that they can put two sentences together or use Photoshop – that part? Forget about it.

Here’s why?

Everyone has to start somewhere. We have a nasty habit of thinking others have the same perspective as us. We’re in it for the money – we want to make as much as possible from our efforts and will do whatever it takes to do so.

Contractors? These are college grads, unemployed 40-somethings, and corporate drones who can’t take it anymore. They want an opportunity to break free of the shackles that society has placed on them.

But, the vast majority of those writers, designers and programmers don’t have the wherewithal or the cajones to charge what they’re worth. They’re used to being belittled, downgraded and pigeonholed by teachers, parents and employers. They’re used to being told they are only worth a 5% raise every other year. They’re used to being told what to do and for how much they’ll do it.

They don’t have a sense of entitlement.

They don’t have a god complex.

They don’t spend hours a day reading things that make them feel better than you.

They are inexperienced, under appreciated contractors who will do anything to impress YOU.

These contractors will work for a fraction of what they’re worth to gain experience and get their new business off the ground. They need to pay bills. They need to build a portfolio. They need to receive validation from someone before they can feel that they earned it.

I know because I was there. Here’s my first winning bid on Elance from way back in 2007. I asked $100 for 20 articles of 500-600 words. After Elance fees, I made less than $0.92 per 100 words and I was THRILLED.

That’s why I partnered with Nelio Dos Reis and created Outsourcing Domination. For years I’ve compiled, researched and tested my theories on how to find, hire and get the most out of these diamond in the rough contractors.

I put that expertise together with Nelio’s expert eye for detail and sterling track record and together we created outsourcing domination – a simple yet extremely powerful tool to help you get the bids you’ve always dreamed of.

In Outsourcing Domination, you’ll receive:

My three step process to finding the perfect contractors for your project. Forget about the spammy bids you’re forced to sort through every time you post a new project. I’ll show you how to word your project description, test for cruddy workers, and ask the right questions to uncover those diamonds in the rough and get the best possible work for the lowest possible price.

I’ve put together 10 step by step templates based on my years of research into how bidders respond to your project descriptions. Forget the pre-built templates on Elance or Odesk. Use these rigorously tested templates to give just enough information to get the bids you need without burying yourself in excess reading.

Included with your Outsourcing Domination package you will receive a tool that allows you to instantly train your contractors in how to create top quality content without lifting a finger. Use the top-secret website I provide you to show them exactly what you want; no work on your part required.

The Value Is Limitless

And with the information in Outsourcing Domination, you’ll understand how to reach out to your potential contractors better than ever before. That means better bids, better contractors and less wasted time – all at cut rates that you won’t believe.

Click Here To Get Outsourcing Domination & Start Saving Thousands of $$$!

 




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Sammy Webb

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Quincy

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Jam_mackay

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luckyestates

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cfurtado
cfurtado

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mykymyk967

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jim

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Gary
Gary

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bmwebb

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Marcus Chaney
Marcus Chaney

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Ulises

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Makhi

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Dashawn Hewitt

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gds2

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Russell
Russell

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Makhi
Makhi

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Devin Hamilton
Devin Hamilton

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Elijah Munoz
Elijah Munoz

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Hassan Berger
Hassan Berger

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