Online Outsourcing Guide To Finding Good Freelancers At Fiverr

Small business outsourcing, whether cheap or expensive can go wrong BUT not when you know how to use these over 10 basic project management methods to find a best-fit virtual assistant/ freelancer who will get your outsourced tasks done right EXACTLY How you want it done and When. You don’t have to make the common outsourcing mistakes on Fiverr or elsewhere. Read on, implement the steps and your business will thank you for it.

Micro-jobs Online Outsourcing Strategies: How To Find the Best Fit Fiverr Virtual Assistant To Outsource Internet Marketing Tasks

fiverr outsourcing guide - featured post imageDo you know how to outsource at Fiverr for a really cheap but quality Virtual Assistant (VA)? You’ll discover exactly that in this post – how to outsource at Fiverr in over 10 steps.

Being a solopreneur is not an excuse to NOT succeed in your online business or blogging. You have the same ‘must complete tasks’ as someone with your size of business delegating tasks to an outsourced Virtual Assistant (VA). Is time freedom one of the reasons you decided to go solo as an internet marketer/ blogger? Then do what wildly successful online businesses are doing (outsourcing) in order to stop living a JOB and start building a real business that delivers always on time. As you know, it’s time against you and how much business tasks you complete on time lead to how much money you make.

In two previous blog posts about online marketing service outsourcing, we discussed various places (and rates) you can get cheap, affordable Fiverr Virtual Assistant to outsource some of your blogging and online marketing tasks. We also covered the common internet marketing tasks that other internet marketers outsource at Fiverr (elsewhere too) and we looked at lists of popular outsourced internet marketing and blogging business tasks to Fiverr Virtual Assistant, with screenshots.

This Guide Will Show You How to Get The Right-Fit Online Freelancer That Will Do Your Outsourced Tasks EXACTLY How and When You Want It.

This follow-up post is a complete, definitive guide to finding and hiring the best Fiverr Virtual Assistant (VA) or freelancer to outsource any blogging or internet marketing task to. In this post you’ll find tips to get good quality Fiverr freelancers and outsourced jobs at Fiverr (or anywhere at all) as well as tips to ensure that what the internet business task you outsource is exactly what you’ll get, and many tips to prevent getting undesirable results any time you outsource part of you business jobs to a Virtual Assistant at Fiverr.

Before we go on further, I’d like to let you know that Fiverr is not scam. Fiverr is an online outsourcing hub, like any other outsourcing site out there.  People have good and bad outsource experiences daily at every single outsourcing site, even with offline, face-to-face outsource jobs and office and home delegation. So, bad cases of outsourcing is not a thing of Fiverr as a place but associated with the two parties – the Virtual Assistant and the outsourcer. Sometimes the outsourcer is to blame  for not getting exact output from outsourced jobs because they either do not provide clear requirements definition to an outsourced Virtual Assistant or they are not well informed first on what to avoid and how to find good Virtual Assistant, before they ever embark on outsourcing one  anywhere at all (such as oDesk, eLance and Fiverr Clone sites).

This post covers all that and more on getting the best-fit, capable outsource Fiverr Virtual Assistant (VA) or freelancer. So, hold your breath, sit tight and let’s roll…:)

A Step By Step Definitive Guide On How To Find A Fiverr Virtual Assistant That Will Deliver Exactly The Job You Want, How You Want It

Even in an office, when you give clear instructions and specifics to how you want the output, you will get your staff giving you exactly what you want. Same in families – if you want a child to do a task for you the way you want it, you should give detailed specifications of what you want and how you want it, sometimes writing down your specifications.  That saves both parties a whole lot of trouble. If you apply this same principle to outsourcing at Fiverr, you will get satisfied outputs and the Fiverr Virtual Assistant (VA) will be happy they served you right.

To help you enjoy every outsourcing project you start, here are the 10 Steps To Getting Expected Outputs From Work Outsourced At Fiverr:

fiverr find freelancer - search job category1. Use Familiar, Tried and Tested Fiverr Virtual Assistant

Chances are if someone had good results and experience from a freelancer at Fiverr, you are likely to get your outsourced work done to your expectation, from the same freelancer. Use freelancers that others have tried and tested. Ask your blogging buddies or other marketers if they have any freelancer that has delivered on the promise, for them.

online fiverr outsource guide - search sort job ratings2. Search For a Fiverr Business Service Provider

Fiverr has a search box where you can type a phrase for the kind of outsourced job you are looking for. You may also want to search through Fiverr categories of popular outsourced jobs. Note that you can also search by category.

3. Sort Search Results of Advertised Fiverr Jobs By Top Ratings or Popularity

After searching a phrase, next thing is to sort that search page either by ratings or popularity. Sort by popularity and/ or ratings because that weeds out the Fiverr providers who have not been tried and tested by lots of people. Going with the highly rated providers (among the most popular) reduces your risks of not getting your outsourced work exactly how you want it.

4. Tell-tale Signs That You Are Likely To Get Satisfied Results From Fiverr Freelance Service Providers

After sorting and opening a Fiverr Virtual Assistant’s advertisement page, look for proofs and more proofs of previous, similar work done and read customer feedback (you’ll see some complaints of not satisfied with work done).

  • Go With The Popular but confirm their user ratings: Check for proof of customer satisfaction – from their walls, you’ll see feedbacks and comments from previous users.  Each Fiverr gig has feedback and ratings from previous buyers – ensure to go with popular service providers by further looking at:
  • What to look out for in Fiverr Virtual Assistants’ Advert Pages: You’ll be looking for the following proofs and indicators for the capability and previous customer feedback:
    • Percentage thumbs up / down number
    • Percentage thumbs down
    • Estimated days to complete advertised Fiverr Job
    • Origin (Country) of  Fiverr outsource job provider (this is in form of thFiverr finding virtual assistant - finding a popular gig or jobe National flag, on the search results page, as illustrated in the image). When you hover yoour mouse around the flag image, you should see the name of the country display on the screen.
    • Volume of Jobs on Queue: This indicates the fiverr business service provider’s current workload and this can be found at the top right hand corner of the business service providers page. Although it’s a good sign that a service provider has a healthy patronage, an indication that people are getting satisfied with their outsourced jobs output, however you need to confirm that this workload would not impact on a completion they agreed with you.
    • Buyers’ experience feedback: Number of buyers who rated and number who liked (this is found just below the Fiverr outsourcer’s advert) Facebook likes (count)Time interval between the feedbacks from customers
    • Confirm if the Fiverr service provider interacts with buyers in the feedback area (great if you find one that does)
    • Are there duplicate names in feedback? (I noticed that in the feedback of some top ratfiverr outsource virtual assistant - jobs on queueed Fiverr freelancers, there were lots of duplicate voting and ratings by the same people, and this bump counted to their high votes. Look out for this sign when you read the customers feedback and avoid using any Fiverr Virtual Assistant you discover did this or use them at your own risk.
    • Duration promised to deliver: You’ll see this at the top of every providers page. Confirm if this estimated timeline matches your own expected completion time (note that some ‘ethical’ Fiverr freelancers, when they have a handful of outsourced work leave a notice on their page, that they are not collecting more work until they complete work at hand);
    • Whatever internet marketing outsourcing website you decide to use, Fiverr.Com or another outsourcing hub, be surfiverr find Virtual Assistant - sample customer service user feedbacke to look through their profile, experience, sample works (if available); what other customers (of theirs) are saying – feedback and ratings by service users of every single Virtual Assistant you are reviewing. In this kind of matter, the wisdom of the crowd will keep you away from experiencing undesirable outsourcing outcomes.

5. When to Request and Choose (Crowd-sourcing) Among Fiverr Virtual Assistants

If after searching, you do not find anything close to the type of job you want to outsource at Fiverr, then you shoould request for it using the “request a Fiverr gig” feature. Your request will be published on the Fiverr home page side bar so that you will be contacted by a ‘crowd’ of interested outsourced service providers. Then you will have the opportunity to crowd-source among many responses (from Fiverr Virtual Assistants).

6. Contact and Confirm A Virtual Assistant’s Capability

Although this is going an extra mile, but you may want to do this. Beforfiverr outsource guide - suggest jobs request gigse outsourcing to a Fiverr Virtual Assistant, contact the Fiverr freelancer first to request for samples of previous works (proofs), permission to contact 2 or 3 previous clients (for confirmation) and finally confirm that freelancer’s availability within the time-frame you want your job completed;

7. Define / Specify Your Requirements Clearly To A Fiverr Virtual Assistant

In project management, requirements specification is key to getting the job done how you want it and when you want it. The mistake that most people make is that they do not specify their own specific requirements to a Fiverr freelancer or a virtual assistant, assuming the freelancer knows exactly what they want. They simply order and expect their packaged completed jobs. Remember that no 2 orders are the same – there must be a little specifics you want in yours, different from the general way others want their own. So, in this step you will write a simple list of exactly what you want the Fiverr freelancer to do and the exact output (tangible or intangible) that you want to get as the final product of your $5 job. Example is “I want a drawing of a red car, with thyroid wheels and in canvas, in 200 X 500 dimension… I want it by May 20, 2011. Let me know if you can deliver all those at the specified date.” etc note that it did not say I want a drawing of ‘a car’. Lesson here is to always explain what you want done and make no assumptions that the freelancer knows – even if they may ‘read your mind’.

8. Clarify Your Specific Needs In Writing To The Virtual Assistant – No Assumptions

Whether you find your type of outsourcing project listed or you requested for your own Fiverr gig (i.e. outsourced job), the only guarantee that you will get close to what you have in mind is that you provide the Fiverr freelancer with a written ‘requirement specification’.

fiverr finding service provider - fiverr user protection policyBe very specific and clear in defining what you want the Fiverr freelancer to do for you and confirm by asking him/ her again.  Sometimes people are not aware that they gave orders in a way that sent out different meanings. You may want to give the freelancer a sample or tangible idea of the output you want. Send this as a message via the provider’s Fiverr page;

  • This kind of checklist of exact requirement helps the Fiverr freelancer to check off requirements met until completion
  • It serves as a sort of contact note for both parties
  • Helps you to pin-point a list item that was not done and refer to your email/ message on the requirements and asking for completion
  • If you did not hand any Fiverr Virtual Assistant a requirements checklist, you have no business harassing them for “not reading your mind”

9. Clarify Guarantee Offering By A Prospective Virtual Assistant

Anything may go wrong, so get a guarantee. What will happen if specified outsourced work is not done as specified or not completed when needed? Agree mutually with the Fiverr freelancer. Fiverr has a policy to report or so – check…  – will s/he give a refund? Will he complete remaining work? Agree mutually on this pat before starting work. Now, this area of ensuring to get outsourcers’ requirements met is the reason why some Fiverr Virtual Assistants are making lots of money – getting return bulk orders. The serious freelancers on Fiverr know this – so look out for them.

10. Avoid Rush Orders From Fiverr Virtual Assistants

Unforseen events and acts of God may happen and cause delayed completion to your outsourced project.

Fiverr outsource guide - user protection policyYou should always put this into consideration in order to manage expectation and avoid sudden surprise and likely heart attack. One of the things that good project managers do is to add slack time to every single task’s scheduled time. That means if a job will take 2 days (estimated), add a slack of about 2 days. Avoid ordering for an outsourced job just close to when you need it – whether your outsourced a mico-job at Fiverr, Fiverr clone sites or anywhere at all.

11. Use Good Fiverr Freelancers Again

Retain and reuse the outsourcing services of any Fiverr freelancer who provided you satisfactory services – use them again and again (remember the saying, ‘the devil you know is safer than the angel you don’t know). Do you know that internet marketers and bloggers who take the precautionary steps outlined in this small business outsourcing guide have gone on to find and hire reliable Virtual Personal Assistants (VAs) in the Fiverr outsource freelancers they used satisfactorily.

12. Read and Be Familiar With Fiverr Terms of Service and User Protection Policy

This is located on the right hand side inside the Fiverr User protection link. Ensure to be informed and familiar with your Fiverr user rights and boundaries – that can go a lot to saving you a lot of headaches and making your experience with your Fiverr Virtual Assistant a smooth one.

13. Report Disputes Officially to Fiverr If Not Settled With Outsourced Service Provider

According to Fiverr’s Terms of Use: “Disputes should be handled using Fiverr’s dispute resolution tools (‘Got Problems?’ in the order page) or by contacting Fiverr customer support”.

14. Make all Dealings and Communications Within Fiverr

This one is critical if you want to be covered under Fiverr’s User protection policy. Keep all communications and dealings with your Fiverr Virtual Assistant within Fiverr.

In Closing…

Although the benefits of outsourcing work  and internet marketing tasks to a Fiverr Virtual Assistant cheap, far outweigh the disadvantages, yet some internet marketers have had ugly, undesirable experiences with outsourcing tasks to freelancers. However, others have also had sweet experiences and relationships with their Virtual Assistants. For example, I read one of (super affiliate) Matt Carter’s posts where he mentioned that some Virtual Assistance he hired 4 years ago for the first time, continue to work with him to date.

With adequate information you can learn how to find the best-fit personal Virtual Assistant for any internet marketing task and how to avoid the common mistakes that other people have experience while outsourcing to a personal Virtual Assistant (VA) at Fiverr or any other place.  The truth is that if done wrongly (that is, without adequate information), the cost of outsourcing (time, financial and emotional drains) can out-weigh the benefits. The best way to avoid outsourcing pitfalls and start off right is to get advice and resources from people who are successfully practicing outsourcing in their internet marketing business – so that you can learn from their mistakes (you don’t have to make yours) and shortcut secrets.

No matter where you outsource, whether at Fiverr or elsewhere – no matter the cost you paid to hire to a personal Virtual Assistant, without taking some simple precautionary measures, you may still get outsourcing gone bad.

The over 10 steps outsourcing strategy shared in this post is based on best practices in project management and they always work, offline or offline, even in an office setup when delegating work to staff (including Virtual Staff or VAs). Ensure to use those steps to always get any business tasks done for you how you want it and when you want it.

Do you know that this is the third in the series of creative ways to use outsourcing to achieve our business and income goals faster?

*More Posts On Starting Small and Home Business Outsourcing For Bloggers and Online Marketers:

Be sure to read the previous small and home business online outsourcing guide posts, if you have not read them. They were carefully written to ensure that you have adequate information about online outsourcing, trending types of online business tasks most marketers are outsourcing, secrets to purchasing your best online business outsourcing jobs and how to go about starting to outsource projects to virtual staff and mico-jobs freelancers.  You can still read the posts, here are the links below:

What Do You Think About This How To Outsource Right On Fiverr Guide?

Is there any vital tip I missed in this ‘how to outsource at Fiverr in over 10 steps’? Do you have any measures or precautions you take to ensure that you find the best from an outsourced work from Fiverr freelancers? Share it with us.= in the comments area.

What do you think about my over 10 steps to outsourcing right at Fiverr or any micro-job site? Have you outsourced before or are you considering doing so soon?  Whatever your thoughts are, give us a chance to listen to your comments. Hey, how else will I be sure that you were here:)

Finally, thanks for taking the time to read this Online Outsourcing Guide To Finding Good Business Services Personal Virtual Assistant At Fiverr. I really enjoyed writing this guide just for you.

I’ll see you at the comments side.

 

Stella


32 thoughts on “Online Outsourcing Guide To Finding Good Freelancers At Fiverr”

  1. Stella.very useful post on fiverr.com my only problem is it only works with paypal.unfortunately my country does not work with paypal and fiverr doesnt use any other payment system.sad for me.still searching for a way to pay for a gig.by the way i love the way you engage with commenters and even read and mention their post.very unique and cool.well done.

    1. Thanks Mk. I’m glad you found these Fiverr outsourcing tips useful.

      Yea, I know what you mean about the challenges of getting your payment across. You know there are now many Fiverr-like sites around, even in other countries. You may want to ask around if there are similar sites in your locality.

      Thanks for the compliment – I value my commenters and thought if they could find some time to spend on my blog, I should find a way to show them I care. Moreover, I love that way of getting to know them. I like the regional-specific posts on your blog. Your topics are well researched for your market. Keep it up!

      Thanks for visiting and hope to see you around some more. Compliments of the season.

  2. So far I’ve not used Fiverr but heard a lot about this service. Outsourcing helps a lot. While some are still skeptical about outsourcing those who use their services are more organized in their works. Freelancers can deliver quality work and charge less than professionals.

    1. I hope you’ll find time to try out Fiverr, when you have small jobs that are time consuming or techie. It can be well worth it.

      Thanks for your comment, Gary.

  3. Thanks for a great basic guide that spells it out step by step. I hire a lot of Fiverr outsourcers and I would say my main complaint now is that too many sellers try to copy “the popular gig” instead of coming up with useful work of their own. We are all humans with abundant capabilities, surely they can do better than a pale imitation.

    1. Thanks Charlene, for stopping by – I appreciate your dropping by to read and comment.

      I reckon with your concern about lazy Fiverr Gig sellers copying popular gigs – I noticed that also. How about duplicate testimonials that just bump up the numbers – and most buyers may not even notice it. The copying of popular Gigs just defeats the diversity that was in Fiverr. I hope that sites like yours will be able to expose these kinds of activities to small business outsourcers who buy small task virtual assistants at Fiverr.

      BTW, I was reading your 4 questions to ask before buying SEO at Fiverr. It’s so on point – because I’ve heard people say they bought link building services at Fiverr but turned out it was lots of spammy links. I always asked them along te lines of those your 4 questions – did you specify, before hand, kinds of links you want and do not want? Guess what? Most simply order without telling the virtual assistant or confirming first. Thanks for touching on that.

  4. I just would like to say that the most important task of an online entrepreneur, who is outsoucrcing projects to freelancers is to find reliable business partners. Acting in such a way you will manage to avoid huge mistakes and minimize risks of outsourcing.

    1. I agree with you there but then you know that most online marketers are solo-entrepreneurs, one-man-business usually started with little or no knowledge of the real business world, and generally sole proprietors are wary of partnerships because of the risks there may be. Hence, the risk is lower to outsource bit by bit, small money by small money – when all they are looking for is skilled helper for only a specific temporary task – which is different from what a business partner may offer.

      Again, how many partners could they possibly form to get the diverse skills required to do diverse tedious tasks in their businesses? However, it is a smart thing to form relationship with good freelancers they come across so that they can use their services over and over again – saves time required to search for one.

      Thanks again terje, for reading. Your comment has enriched the post and discussion:)

    1. Hey Sandy, I’m glad you’re using Fiverr with success.

      I love that your sharing your positive experience will encourage more bloggers and marketers to outsource more to increase business success and profitability; and also know that that cheap ($5) does not mean low quality.

      Thanks for reading and also commenting. I appreciate that.

      Just checking out your blog – cool ambiance and contents too. BTW, I own 2 Kasper suits – love them bits:) Leaving a comment now

  5. When, for example, I need to outsource a web project to freelancers, I usually prefer to search for web experts at job marketplaces like Odesk, Elance and others. These system unite a lot of freelancers from all over the world. You can analize feedbacks and acting in such a way select the best people to work with.

    1. Thanks Terje, for your contributions on this subject.

      oDesk and ELance are great outsourcing marketplaces with awesome freelancers-tracking-and-management system and quite frankly, they have been there before Fiverr and Fiverr clone sites. Fiverr also has got freelancers from all over the World, if you check. Fiverr also has it’s own system for managing communications between outsourcer and outsource service providers.

      In the second of the “Small Business Outsourcing Small Tasks” series, those alternative sites including oDesk and eLance were listed.

      All those (oDesk, Elance) and Fiverr are all good, your choice of an outsourcing marketplace to use depends on your budget, which from my research is a major reasons why some bloggers, small home businesses and marketers are not outsourcing. However, Fiverr-like outsourcing sites are targeting that specific crowd (with limited outsourcing budget), hence their low pricing. However, again many bloggers and small home business owners are reporting great successes when they use the tips in this post to exercise simple caution when using Fiverr to grow their businesses.

      Thanks for reading – I liked your comment; it adds a flavor to the discussion on outsourcing at Fiverr.

      Just read your SEOPressor plugin review – well written and the benefits laid out.

  6. Stella,

    A very through and well written guide to using Fiverr.

    I’m relatively new to outsourcing…. But I’m a believer.

    I’ve used Fiverr once and had a good experience with it.

    Your article is motivating me to look at what I have on my plate and get someone else to do it!

    Thanks,

    Suzy Weiss
    Divorced Women Dating
    “Practical Steps For Finding Love After 40”

    1. Hey Suzy, I’m blessed to have you come by my blog – thanks for reading and commenting:)

      I’m glad you like the details in the post and thanks for sharing your positive, first time experience at Fiverr – sincere comments like this further help other bloggers and marketers dispel the fears and myths about Fiverr – especially when building on a budget but standing in the fence of using cheap $5 Fiverr outsourcing to grow their businesses. Goes to prove that cheap is not necessarily poor quality.

      Thanks Suzy – go ahead and outsource more to cut down the work on your plate.

      Just read your latest dating tips and the first thing that got me busting into laughter was that image of the woman in a ‘show belly top’. Great dating tips there for even younger people.

  7. I like Fiverr. I have found it to be a great place to go for little jobs that are easy to define. I have been quite satisfied with most of the jobs done, especially for the price, and just one supplier misrepresented what he would do. The great thing about that is that I wasted only five dollars on him, so I am not crying in my milk.

    1. Hey David, thanks for reading and I’m glad you shared your Fiverr outsourcing experience here.

      I’m glad that you got satisfaction from most of the jobs you outsourced to Fiverr virtual assistants, in spite of the fact that it was dirt cheap ($5).

      I love that you came out with an understanding of the cause of why the only one Fiverr job that turned out unsatisfactory for you – most people do not. I believe you’d arm yourself the next time, with that knowledge to ensure a better communication and confirmation of your requirements with a Fiverr freelancer when next you outsource.

      Thanks for sharing – experiences like this enrich the blog post.

      Just read your ‘SEO shotgun’ post. I love that you attack SEO, for your clients, with a definite and clear purpose that work towards strengthening the clients’ overall online presence objectives. I like your ‘tear-down’ and holistic approach. Just tweeted it:)

  8. I have used Fiverr a few times and have found with a little caution and time spent searching you can get some great outsourcing done.
    Good article on a timely subject.

    1. Thanks Jim, I’m glad you have used Fiverr in your business.

      You’re right – that’s the word “a little caution” can get you real good outsourcing on $5 per job.

      Thanks, I’m glad you liked reading. Thanks for your contributions.

      By the way, I just checked out your blog – it’s an interesting market niche (motorcycles and parts); good relevant contents you have there – just read “Fog Free Motorcycle Goggles” and left a comment.

  9. Sorry Stella, I jumped in under Martin above… he read my mind.

    Thanks so much for suggesting this fantastic post. WOW you h ave be all revved up. I really will spend some time this weekend and outline a couple of projects. as I mentioned Link Building is really time consuming as is Article submissions… (which ironically serve as link building obviously)… but for me it’s also exposure/branding.

    Have you outsourced a lot?? Obviously you do outsource, but what type of jobs do you post or hire for?

    This is a bang up blog. good for you. I am so pleased to have found you!

    1. Hey Jayne – I love it when comments turn Forum style. Please do:)

      Thank you so much, Jayne and Martin. You just made me want to cry (for joy). I am deeply humbled (seriously).

      Will look at what you and Martin suggested and will hook up with Martin on that – the suggestion kind of ties into a project I am working on, inspired by the needs that inspired the series of posts (three now) I wrote on understanding outsourcing on a tight budget for Bloggers and Online Marketers. You know the idea came to write these posts when on offline client spoke me into doing their offline to online plan plus implementation. I sketched a ‘to do’ list / mindmap that included outsourcing the techie side and those tedious, time consuming areas.

  10. Hi Stella!
    Love the guide and I find that this must be a relatively useful guide as fiverr keeps on reaching more masses plus they are a cheaper outsourcing medium for little tasks. I think you should bundle this up as an ebook and set up a page for it. I’ll be more than interested in contributing and helping out just let me know 😉

    Martinsays: Thanks

      1. Hahaha, thanks Jayne for the suggestion – will hook up with Martin to take him up on the ‘offer’.

        Honestly, I really appreciate your taking the time to visit, read and comment in a manner I admire (forum style cross-commenting).

        You know we both follow 2 fine affiliate marketing teachers – Matt Carter and PotPieGirl (I had left a comment to that post of yours). Matt is the real thing – practical, hands-on teaching; nothing held back. I wrote a review of his Rapid profit Formula. Just read your ‘best way to make money online…” post and left you a comment. Retweeted too because I enjoyed reading. Enjoy the best today!

    1. Hey Martin, thanks as always for ‘loving this guide’ and as usual I’m happy to read your comments.

      Thanks for your suggestion – I usually compile every post or group of related ones into PDF reports. I’m interested in your suggestion as it ties into a project I just started working on which is inspired by the driving need that gave rise to this post – to fill a gap and create a knowledge-base for cheap outsourcing for bloggers and small and home business owners building on a budget.

      Let’s discuss it on Facebook, okay. I always like your smart ideas.

    1. Thanks Marlon, for reading and especially for commenting. It’s appreciated.

      Sure, you can find someone at Fiverr for whatever IM/ blogging project you want. Be sure to use the 10 steps in this post to search for the type of job you want and use the sorting (popular is better); also use the precautionary measures to ensure the person understands better.

      You might also want to look at this earlier post to see examples of jobs most bloggers/ marketers are ordering (including screenshots from popular outsource providers at Fiverr): Fiverr! The Poor Marketer’s Outsourcing Haven And Secrets To Profiting From Outsourcing Online Business Tasks Really Cheap At Fiverr

      *BTW, I like your blog – great stuff there plus cool look and feel. I am reading your productivity tips post on how to get things done. I’m a big fan of productivity. Just tweeted it.

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