So many people make $100 dollars a day and think that’s the best. Nope Mister. It’s just proof that your method works. You could be making much more than that.
First and foremost, I HIGHLY recommend that you completely understand the basic machinery that creates all those $100 dollar best days you’ve had and identify the most gruelling of the tasks involved. When this has been done, it’s as easy as ABC recreating the process and earning a lot more income in a shorter period. And what would enable this? Simply outsource those most gruelling of tasks involved in your workflow.
Why do you have to make a map of this process? Because it’s always very, very helpful to have at least a cursory grasp on what goes into each step of the process, from research to outlining to completion.
Believe it or not, it can be more difficult than it seems at first glance. These components might range from product creation, graphics design, search engine optimization to customer support.
If your most gruelling of tasks centers on product creation, the first place that I would recommend that you look for freelance writers is the Warriors For Hire section.
Just realize that even on the Warrior Forum, some unscrupulous people still slip through the cracks unnoticed so pay very special attention to reviews and request samples. Perhaps most importantly, start small. Don’t hand someone that you’ve never worked with a huge order off the back. Perhaps let them write a chapter or two for your first and see how that goes.
Take note of their consistency, their timeliness, and their overall communication with you throughout the process.
Don’t pay 100% upfront, either. Pay 50% upfront and 50% upon completion. If they balk at this payment method (it’s pretty standard) then walk away.
Other places to find writers and virtual workers:
A few words about some of these sites:
Fiverr.com has seen an explosion of popularity these days. Whether it’s deserved or not, remains to be seen in my opinion.
In my experience, for every one good service provider I’ve found here, I’ve come across four that either delivered awful results, delivered mediocre results late, or delivered no results at all.
But I still listed Fiverr because it can come in handy in a pinch. Just be aware that way more often than not, you get what you pay for.
It’s definitely a place where you have to pick and choose what’s good and what isn’t. The one consistently good thing about it is that you only spend 5 bucks to weed out a loser.
If you’re not familiar with Reddit, it is a very large, yet still somewhat tight-knit community. A large part of the Reddit community is comprised of extremely tech-savvy people such as graphic designers, programmers, etc. and many of them are feeling the crunch of the recession, as is evident in the subreddit I’ve listed.
That means that you can find quite a few people that are more than willing to take on freelance work (not just writing!) for a good price.