Have you hired a freelancer or two? Good. Are you struggling staying on the same page? Don’t fret. This is one of our favorite subjects. Read the article to get a handle on working with freelancers.
Many businesses start a blog as an add-on to their and that’s good strategy as a blog develops an informal relationship with clients and with prospects and you learn, and it helps your clients learn from you and from your general marketplace if you keep your blog stream full of useful content and most businesses start with the good intentions and they start with a lot of zest but …
Are you a small business? Can you do everything by yourself? No. Well maybe you should look into outsourcing time consuming processes like data entry and focus your time and attention to generate more business and improve your profitability. Let’s look into it…
Do you have remote employees or freelancers? How are you keeping time? Not only do you need to know how much time did the remote worker put in this week but also what did he do during this time. Was he running the meter but actually watching movies and videos? This comparison of time tracking software will help you pick one that suits your business model.
Do you sell on eBay? Good. Do you list products yourself? Should I hire somebody for listing products on eBay. Yes. Full time or part time? Depends on the volume of work.
What to do when your website fails the Google Mobile-Friendly Test. On top of that you get a message ‘Failed to fetch the requested URL’.
The biggest reason is poor communication. Sometimes that gap is linguistic in nature, sometimes neither party is willing to work in the other’s time zone, sometimes the business owner just does not realize he needs to do a better job at explaining his business process to the outsourcing company.
What to do when your website is hacked or you find malware and viruses on your website. How to dehack your website.
Is it a good idea to retain someone for ongoing maintenance on your website? What if you don’t? What could possibly go wrong? How to go about it?
Hourly vs Fixed. Shall I hire on an hourly basis or a fixed cost basis. Considering outsourcing? Planning to hire on Upwork, Elance or Freelancer? What should you do if you have a similar situation? Here are some tips.