Leveraging Labor

out sourcing work
Stay-at-home moms and retirees are great resources.

They can come to your house or office, pick up materials and take it back to their house. 

They can ship all the orders from there. They can also do all your mailings, follow-up mailings and postcards.

You can have a stay-at-home mom take care of your database, website, faxes and emails.

You can outsource pretty much everything.

The 'dream' of being a one-man or one-woman enterprise is severely limiting.

There just aren't enough hours in the day to get things done.

So many successful businesses leverage the labor of others; they write a check to have others do work in their business and hopefully get back a larger check for what their labor produced and turn a profit.

Every successful business leverages labor. 

Where To Find Experts

Following is a list of places to go to outsource your work,
such as coding, creating videos for you, writing articles, etc.

1. Income Activator's list of experts
2. Elance
There are only so many hours in your day and you can only do so much.

It would take you a very long time to do everything yourself. It's possible for you to only have the skills to accomplish some things, so you'd never get everything done unless you took more time to teach yourself all the necessary skills.


out sourcing workYou don't have to create any content yourself. There are a massive number of outsourced workers and freelancers waiting for you to hire them today to create this good content - and it's a lot cheaper than you think.

The beauty of outsourcing is that instead of getting stuck just writing down ideas in a notebook, you now fire up your email and email that idea to someone you outsource and tell them to "do it."

This is one way to achieve the maximum speed of implementation.
One of the most popular sites is Elance.com.

A writer will typically charge you anywhere between $5.00 and $40.00 to write your article.

You can get good writers for a low as $8.00 per article.

If you are outsourcing give the writer this, click here.


Make sure you do some careful research before you set out to start trying to outsource critical things in your business.

You can run into some nightmare situations with people ripping you off, costing you months of failed progress and a lot of money.

If you think you can just post tasks on eLance.com and Guru.com and other freelancer sites, you're in for a rude awakening; you need to be careful in your selection of worker and clarity of the job needed.

Keep a close eye on the progress, time and money. If you get that feeling something isn't right - stop - take the loss - and get someone new.

However, when you do find some good people you can hire part-time or full-time workers that can do just about anything for your business (traffic, product creation, social media, support, design, and more) starting at only about $15/hour.

When you're clear on what you need, set a time frame and budget, it can be a good way of getting things done.

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