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Outsourcing To Elance, Odesk and The Philippines

by personmark
I found this video about choosing "on whom to outsource task" on a Blog of a Successful Online Marketer Mr. Rasmus Lindgren. Rasmus Lindgren experiments with lifestyle design, online business and outsourcing based on the principles of "The 4-Hour Workweek". He's currently down to only working six months per year and has a second home in Thailand. This blog is all about changing your life and following your passion!

Outsourcing Statistics 2011

by personmark
Running an internet business alone is neither simple nor practical. Sooner or later there will have to be some help needed from experts who can be hired on a regular basis or from internet outsourcing companies which main focus is to give out help for others at a fraction of the usual cost. The need to outsource the different tasks are usually spearheaded by the need to have more time to do other things that need more attention, the need for someone better equipped to handle things like writing, web design, programming and maintenance, and even marketing promotions. Outsourcing the tasks to those who have more experience in these fields may not be painless, but it is definitely more practical. The first thing to do is to really find out what are those tasks that need to be accomplished in the least amount of time possible without costing too much stress on the wallet. Truthfully, some of these outsourcing companies may be expensive, but then, hiring a regular employee with half the skills will cost more because of the duties the employer has to give in exchange. Of course there are pros and cons to everything, especially in outsourcing. There are simply too many complaints written about the services these providers give and yet there are even more written articles on benefits that hiring companies have experienced. Some simply won’t even consider thinking of other options than outsourcing for they find that the benefits definitely outweigh the negative feedbacks. For one thing, outsourcing companies will only assign those who are trained to do specific tasks and usually never over rate themselves. This eliminates the time wasted on having to spend for the training of a new employee to get used to the system and having to spend on equipment to make the whole system work. Outsourcing companies are already fully equipped with the hardware, software and the gray matter. When it comes to highly skilled tasks like accounting, web design, programming and others, these outsourcing companies already have within their coffers their own staff with the necessary skills and they simply assign them over. The getting-to-know stage is limited to a few days up to a week, definitely a shorter amount of time than when hiring someone in office. Hiring and assigning of tasks are also done with ease and as the outsourcing companies rely on their volume and exchange of work, they are most likely never late in submitting their finished work. Eventually, the contractual work is easier on everyone in both accomplishing tasks and cost effectiveness. Working with these offshore companies means that one has to always contend with language, cultural, time schedule and other barriers. It is always best to make arrangements for the time to make communication and submission of accomplished tasks. Because these outsourcing companies are based in countries that depend on the monetary exchange rates, they are also most likely to offer up the least amount of rates. These rates are the considerations that have to be examined, if the rates are lower compared to other companies, they are most likely not the good companies that most are relying on. There are a lot of fly-by-night companies that are overrated and only hire under-skilled personnel.


Les informaticiens de la SNCF en grève -

by night.kame

D'après des documents publiés par le site Cortis, géré par des opposants au projet de coentreprise, le projet prévoit la délocalisation de plus de sept cents postes en Roumanie et en Inde sur un an. Le transfert des postes vers la nouvelle coentreprise devrait débuter dès la fin avril.

Ca va être beau... déjà qu'ils ont complètement loupé le lancement des "nouvelles" pointeuses des contrôleurs, maintenant on va se payer un nouveau plantage d'IBM dans un outsourcing... vivement la concurrence sur les rails à ce train là.


Amazon Mechanical Turk |

by simon_bricolo
ervice lancé par permettant à des entreprises de “crowdsourcer” certaines tâches simples comme du taguage de photos, des enquêtes, etc… Le tout pour une modique rémunération.


Offshore SEO Company

by interactiveguy (via)
eOrganics is all about Organic Results that matters to your online existence. eOrganics is the cutting edge Offshore SEO Outsourcing, Search Engine Optimization and Search Engine Marketing servies provider company in Pakistan.


Web design and development in US

by sadspammer
US Outsourcing company provides web design and development services

Email Newsletter and List Management Software for Web Designers - Campaign Monitor

by mbertier & 23 others (via)
Campaign Monitor is an email newsletter tool built just for designers who can create great looking emails for themselves and their clients, but need software to send each campaign, track the results and manage their client’s subscribers.

Business Blog

by piotr
Veille d' opportunités business pour les entreprises françaises en russie et en chine


Whose Competitive Edge?

by ravi
Robert Reich gives his take on where American companies are investing for research.

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