Finding Professionals to Outsource Your Work to

Here are a few tips on finding professionals to whom you can outsource Your work requirements.

Online Jobsites

The best place to get Outsourcing professionals is the online jobsites. The following is a list of 10 of the best of these sites.

GetAFreelancer (http://www.getafreelancer.com/)

ScriptLance (http://www.scriptlance.com/)

EUFreelance (http://www.eufreelance.com/)

eLance (http://www.elance.com/)

Guru (http://www.guru.com/)

RentACoder (http://www.rentacoder.com/)

PeoplePerHour (http://www.peopleperhour.com/)

LimeExchange (http://www.limeexchange.com/)

oDesk (http://www.odesk.com/)

GetACoder (http://www.getacoder.com/)

You will find various categories here. These are job categories. When you have a particular work requirement, all you do is post your project in the relevant job category and people who are interested in accomplishing the task for you will make their bids on it. The concept is quite simple, and because only people who are genuinely looking for work can be found on these sites, you can be sure that you will get your work done.

Forums

There are several forums on the Internet where people put up their work requirements and other people take them up. There is a bidding game involved here as well, but it is not as rampant as on the freelance jobsites. Projects need to be posted as individual threads and interested people make their bids on them. You can also invite particular people to work on your project.

Digital Point Forums (http://forum.digitalpoint.com/) is the best forum where you can find people to handle your jobs for you.

Social Networking Websites

All social networking websites can be looked upon as a potential source to get professionals to handle various tasks. There are groups for freelance professionals on the popular sites. You could become a part of these groups and post your projects.

The following are 3 of the most popular social networking sites where you can find professionals to work for you:-

MySpace (http://www.myspace.com/)

Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/)

Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/)

The only problem with social networking sites is that it is not necessary that these people are looking for work because that is not the primary focus on these sites. Also, there are no systems in place to protect two individuals who work with each other, like you find escrow systems on freelance jobsites.

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