Do you know what the biggest problem most Newbie Marketers have?
They think they can AND must do everything themselves. They think they have to learn HTML, graphic design, list building, PPC, programming, SEO, customer service, and a whole lot more.
There’s a reason Rich Schefren’s Internet Business Manifesto became one of the most downloaded business pdf’s in history… it explained this exact problem and overcome it. I highly recommend you download this pdf.
“Coincidentally, I actually made this ecover for Rich.”
The reason people fail is because they try to do it all themselves and don’t hire employees, or outsource work they shouldn’t be doing.
So in this post I want to show you 10 places you can find help building your online business.
- 99 Designs
- Design Outpost
- Craigs List
Whether you need to have a book ghostwritten, articles created, sites coded, software installed, or someone to pick up your dry cleaning.
You can find those people online.
Does it really make sense for you to spent 10 hours trying to make a graphic when you could pay someone $10 to do it for you?
So next time you’re struggling with a task, hire someone to help you.
Here are a few tips to help you along the way.
- Never hire anyone who doesn’t have at least five positive reviews.
- Always see samples of their work.
- Always give them an incentive to finish the job on time. If they agreed to do a job for $30. Tell them you’ll pay them $40 if it’s done before your deadline. They will work harder for you.
By the way Twitter is fast becoming one of the best ways to find help online. Why not follow 100 Virtual assistants and next time you need a job done? .. simply Tweet the task.
And watch what happens next..