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You post your job and freelancers bid on your project. You choose the one you think is most suited. But you’re not limited only to the people who bid on your auction, you can also invite specific freelancers which you think are qualified. The problem is that most people avoid freelance marketplaces. Too many times I hear people say that they tried a certain marketplace and didn’t get what they expected so they decided to ditch the idea of using freelancers. The problem isn’t the marketplace. If your job didn’t turn out the way you thought it should, you did something wrong along the way. I’ve been working with freelancers for seven years and have spent over $50,000 on these marketplaces so I have some reference. In this bonus chapter you will learn the exact process I use when outsourcing my work so that you too will be able to get your desired results as quick and as cheap as possible. In order to achieve the best results we will focus on the following factors. 1. Posting a job like a pro. 2. Screening your applicants effectively. 3. Maintaining the best foreign relationships possible. Posting like a pro. As always the title is crucial. There are so many job posts on Elance and Upwork that it’s hard to stand out. Contractors browse through hundreds of job offers each day and you need to catch their attention. Try to make your title as descriptive as possible. So for example the title “Website needed” is much less understandable than, “WordPress website programming needed”.
In the latter, although not really detailed, you can still understand that we are talking about WordPress, and about the programming part and not the design. So make sure to fill your title with as much descriptive words for your job posts so that the relevant freelancers will instantly identify that they have the skills for it. Create a post description that six-year-olds can understand. When you post a job on a freelance marketplace you usually have a vision of what you want to be created, whether it’s an article, a website or a design. The problem is that you’re forgetting that the contractors on that marketplace don’t know what’s in your mind. I know it’s sound stupid, but so many people don’t characterize their projects from A to Z. Here are some examples. Let’s take a look at this job post for example. Imagine that you are a contractor looking at this job post, what questions might you have? Maybe, how long this booklet should be? How should a page look like? Is it in color or not, etc. Let’s take another example. If I was a contractor reading this job post I would be thinking, how should this program look? What are it’s requirements? Is it web-based or client based? I would probably think to myself that this guy isn’t a serious buyer and wouldn’t waste my time with posting my bid on this. Best case scenario, I would just copy-paste a canned response I have for general applications and use it here. So here are the rules for writing a good job post description. Explain everything.
What you don’t explain will either not be done at all, or be done not to your liking. For more complex jobs what I usually do is supply a characterization document that has wireframes, sketches and whatever explanations that are needed. Give as much data as possible. If you want to a logo for a website, give the website’s URL. If you need an article written supply the bullet points of what the article should be about. Give live examples. I can’t emphasis this enough. If you have examples of things you like and are similar to your job request, use them. So if you are looking for someone to program an app for you and you have a similar app that you like its interface use it as a reference. Have specific demands. Don’t be afraid to request samples of work or for contractors to write down how they are planning to get the job done. One of the sentences I like to use when posting a simple job is, “This should be an easy task for someone who knows what he’s doing. Please do not bid if this isn’t your area of expertise. “ Having demands shows that you mean business and will attract better contractors with better job applications. So now that we know the rules, let’s look at some good examples. Looks pretty simple right? Well if you open the attached document you’ll get about seven Word pages explaining the job in detail. Take a look. So as you can see, this buyer doesn’t leave any room for imagination, and that’s a good thing. Now for a much simpler example. Here’s a guy who’s looking for a blogger for his website.
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From: Clyde Thorburn