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Knowing how to outsource and finding places to outsource to, is quality in-the-know information. Running a business is hard enough as it is for big corporations. Starting up can be even harder when you don’t have the proper resources.
An easy to use method for any task is the KISS method [Keep It Simple Stupid]. Break down even your most complicated endeavors to the most miniscule steps, and handle them accordingly. Once you have done this, delegate each step to your most qualified agent. This usually done for the more tedious tasks of your workload, and it frees you up for your more vital operations.
Freelancing sites and job sites where auctioning out your work was the norm for many years, though this process could be a task in itself. Nowadays, since the rise of micro job sites, auctions are a bit obsolete.
With job sites or freelance sites, you had to detail your tasks, wait for any takers, sift through the bunch weighing the different prices and qualifications, make your decision, and monitor their work. This can be a job all in itself. With micro job sites, with its fixed price settings, all you have to do is search the keywords for your specified job, browse the available sellers of your specified work, choose, and review their work. If you don’t like it, reject, get your money back and find someone better. If you do, then give quick review and move forward. It’s that simple.
With the rise of these micro job sites, or more common name of gig sites, outsourcing has really become less of a hassle. You can find out who’s really active by how fast they respond, as opposed to those who must put up a façade to win in the bid to take on your job. This speaks volumes in work ethics and overall face-value quality.
There are numerous micro jobs sites online that can be labeled as very resourceful for outsourcing, as many sellers on these sites are selling for the sole purpose of outsourcing their skills. If you only need short term outsourcing, then these sites are highly recommended. If you need long term outsourcing, I would recommend them as well, as you are dealing with someone directly who is broadcasting their skills and talents first, and not just selling you their bid.
So if you are looking for a resource to outsource to, then look at micro job sites. Do your due diligence with the sellers and try one out. The most precious resource is time, and micro job sites can help you save it and protect more than a freelance site or job site will, so utilize them as they are meant to be utilized. Keep time on your side.