Outsourcing Tips Every Home Business Owner Must Know

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Hey Guys!

Hope you’re have a great week.

I thought I would take a second to answer another one of your questions live on camera 🙂

Today’s question comes from A gentleman named Aislee, who is an Internet Marketer/Real Estate Investor.

Aislee asks:
“Devon, I know about E-Lance and a few other websites to find and hire a programmer. But, how do I Hire a programmer/Coder to design something I want my website to do? What would you make sure you communicated to the programmer/web-designer that you now know with your experience?”


You can CLICK HERE to submit a question for me to answer live for you.

Here are the sites I was talking about in the video:


Also, remember…

1. Be ULTRA CLEAR AND DESCRIPTIVE about what you want. (better to have too much detail than too little).

2. Pictures, Videos, & Examples of other websites that are doing what you want done will help assure that you get what you’re looking for. Be sure to include this stuff when describing the project you want to have done use this to record your screen: http://www.techsmith.com/jing/

3. Do not ASSUME they know what you mean. Outsourcers from overseas (generally speaking) are GREAT at following explicit directions and HORRIBLE at thinking on their own. If you didn’t tell them to do (or not do) something, then it’s your fault that it wasn’t done correctly.

4. Don’t just say to them “Get Me Traffic”. Tell them exactly WHAT you want them to do.

Don’t say “build my twitter for me”.
INSTEAD SAY “I’m looking to grow my twitter following with the type of people that are interested in (insert niche), here are the steps to making that happen:

  1. blah blah blah
  2. blah blah blah
  3. blah blah blah

I would like for you to follow 200 people per day (or whatever number)

Great question, Aislee!

Hope the answer was helpful for everyone reading this.
Please leave a comment below if it was 🙂

Have a Great Day!
Devon 🙂


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  1. Common sens article.
    I like #3 !
    Guys think of it, not only for an outsourcing matter….. It’s dramatically true with every person you meet & you speak to, each and every day.

  2. Hi Devon

    This is great information if you are just starting to explore the options in out sourcing.
    Some wonderfull tips and idea’s.

    Which part of the world do you tend to find the best out sourcers?

    Great stuff.



  3. Devon that was a great video and very informative, until just now I was trying to figure out of to get them to understand me and how to communicate clearly and effectively. Thank you just save me a few week and lots of money.

    Great question Aislee..

    P.S. great job with WP Lapdance

    Thanks Again
    Michael Reynolds
    REM Mobile Marketing

  4. Excellent video and information, it will surely help clear up some of the issues that I’ve been having with my own outsourcing issues.

  5. 12:04 pm on March 14, 2011

    Hey Devon,

    thanks for answering my question. This was a great post with good information. I love your content. It is always straight up and you keep it real. So far I have written a few instructions for jobs I have hired virtual help for and it is going well. I am really excited, especially for my current and future customers. I have one Project in particular that I am still searching for the right candidate to do the job. I may not be offering enough for what I want them to do but we will see how it goes.

    God Bless
    – aislee.com

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