How to Outsource Your Digital Marketing Efforts With a Small Budget



You don’t need a lot of money to outsource your digital marketing efforts…Let me show you how to do it!
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Sure you could try hiring interns, but it takes too long to train them up. And hiring people full time is too expensive.

I recommend using two sites to find amazing marketing talent: Fiverr and UpWork.

They both have amazing marketing talent at affordable rates. But before you hire anyone from these sites make sure they have dozens of positive reviews related to work that you are looking for.

In addition to that, you want to hire people who have been on the platform for over a year as they tend to be more reliable.

And even if they have been on the platform for a while, you have to message them first to see if they can do what you are looking for and of course to evaluate their communication skills.

Assuming they communicate at a fast pace, they have positive reviews and they specialize in the tasks you want done, then you can hire them out on a contract basis.

That’s how you find affordable marketing talent.

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5 Comments

  1. Manav SinghSeptember 3, 2017

    How should I develop my skills to get a good job in digital marketing if I'm a complete beginner?

  2. Android userSeptember 4, 2017

    But neil, there's a dark truth.. . Most of the users on fiverr and upwork increase their reviews and rating by reviewing them through their relatives and friends, because if they don't do this, they don't get leads and organic customers.. So, in this case it's more complicated than we see..

  3. David WillsSeptember 7, 2017

    Upwork is pretty great. I've used it many times and while there are obviously some not-so-good people to hire, there are thousands of really amazing candidates. Just take the time to find someone who's right for you. Ask for samples of their work, check references, ask them what they intend to do… It's not hard to filter out the rubbish. I've used it many times for my site, http://www.ted-ielts.com . Fiverr is also ok but I think it's harder to find the quality people and harder to trust the reviews.

  4. Simon ZakuSeptember 9, 2017

    Awesome! I'll be using this to get someone put together my sales page. Is that a good idea?

  5. Maurice SmithSeptember 9, 2017

    Great video Neil!!! Good that you are reinforcing the simple steps as to ask questions. That way you see where the person you're prospecting is coming from.

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