People interested in outsourcing are looking at John Reese's "Outsource Force."[an error occurred while processing this directive]
It looks like John is happy with his Filipino virtual assistants, so more internet marketers have been looking at outsourcing to the Philippines. The tasks usually involve writing, SEO, backlinking, and social bookmarking.
Perhaps the high demand stems from the fact the Filipinos are dedicated, can speak or write in English, are technically savvy, and can simply get the job done.
What I'm not fond of, however, is how some online discussion boards keep touting the fact that you can hire virtual assistants for less than $2/hour. Thankfully, given the open nature of the web, news gets around rather quickly.
And while financially strapped VAs may initially settle for peanuts, they will eventually realize what their true worth is.
Can you learn to duplicate the outsourcing experience of John Reese? It depends on what kind of learner you are, and whether you are able to take information from text and multimedia tutorials and transform those into action.
The reality is, success in outsourcing depends heavily on how hands-on you are. If you think you can just automate things away, then you're in for a big surprise.
Here's a tip: Find and develop good writers and software developers and programmers. A team which includes such talented individuals will help you make money online and grow your internet or home-based business.
For more information, please read Outsource Force.
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