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Remote Access Software – a Tool For Offshoring

I’ve posted quite a bit about using oDesk as a place to find freelance work and to hire freelancers because  I use oDesk very successfully in my real estate business.  I am amazed at the continued growth of the oDesk marketplace. Today I discovered another great and inexpensive tool to use as an oDesk contractor, […]

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Web Content Services: What To Look For In a Web Content Service Provider

Getting website traffic is hard. It takes a lot of time, money or both to attract a potential customer to a website, but many of the visitors leave almost immediately according to Google Analytics.  Fresh, engaging content is critical to capture and hold the website visitor’s attention. What kind of web content services are required […]

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oDesk Success Stories

I’ve had great personal success using oDesk to get projects done, but do not personally work on oDesk for other people since I’m much too busy with my own business.  oDesk is a great place to get work done quickly, without the hassles of hiring traditional employees and at a reasonable cost. In fact the […]

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My Success At oDesk

I’ve had great success getting work done by hiring oDesk freelancers, so I’ve collected some success stories from freelancers to show the other side of this freelance marketplace. You will see that oDesk is a good work at home opportunity. Guest Post by Mary Ellis, US based oDesk.com freelancer You may have heard of many […]

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oDesk Strategy

This post is by Omer Javaid (ojavaid on oDesk.com) a writer from Lahore, Pakistan.  He wrote this article to explain his experience on oDesk as a freelancer.  There are some good tips in the article. What is oDesk.com Odesk – one of the best known online portals for providing freelance platform to facilitate the freelancers to […]

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oDesk Freelancer Inspired

This Filipino oDesk Freelancer is starting a career and gaining contracts on oDesk. Read on for oDesk tips from Rocelo Abrea (roceloabrea at oDesk): Finding Work in the Philippines After a four years of grinding in college and finish up my first bachelor’s degree. It is very expected to us newly graduates here in the Philippines not to have a […]

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Online Arbitrage

Knowledge is power, and the more you know the easier it is to make money. If you want to create a four hour work week than you need to focus on building knowledge that allows you to organize your business into a profit making machine and not just a job. Here is an example based […]

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Outsourcing SEO to India

Readers of The 4 Hour Work Week will understand the concept of outsourcing to get more done in a day for your business.  This post is a real live example of outsourcing in action. I contracted Shilpy as a virtual assistant working on some SEO tasks for this blog and I also asked her to write […]

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A Constant Content Writer Asks – How Can I Boost My Online Income?

A (presumably) newer writer posted in the Constant Content forum this question today:  Constent Content “I was just wondering if any of you work full time writing articles for Constant Content.   If you’re willing to share, are there any other ways I can boost my monthly income online?“ I had the exact same question […]

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Outsource Your Life Update #1

After considering e-lance and several stand alone service provider companies (one in China and one in Canada), I decided to go with Odesk.com. I decided on Odesk because they have some interesting job tracking tools.  You can actually see what your workers are doing via screenshots.  This has proven very helpful. For example, on the […]

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Outsource Your Life? Can It Happen?

I just read The Four Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss.  Ferriss advocates using virtual assistants (VA’s) to improve productivity, replicate efforts and free up time to do things you either enjoy – or are more profitable – or both. An obvious form of outsourcing is call centers, and I’ve always been interested in call […]

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