Online Outsourcing Course
Based on a condensed version of our outsourcing book, this free, simple, 10-lesson course is designed for two specific types of people: 1) those who work as part of a middle-management team and want to know how outsourcing can close large spending gaps, and 2) entrepreneur types who want to turn their Internet business idea(s) into a bustling, successful online empire.
It answers questions like: “How in the world am I going to accomplish all the things I want to do?” and “Who can I turn to for reliable help?” It additionally addresses criticisms you’ll face, ethical behavior, IRS laws and taxes, costs, risks, preparation, teamwork, work agreements, contractor selection, problems, solutions, and more.
Even better, it’s available at no cost. There’s nothing to register for or schedule. There are no videos to load — no email to send. You may take this course entirely at your leisure and communicate only when you have a question or comment.
To view some of the course’s accompanying material, you’ll need to download and install Adobe’s Acrobat Reader. You *might* need access to a Windows computer since a few suggested tools need that to run. Please note that those tools are _not_ a requirement. You can fully manage the class without them. In fact, you’re more than welcome to this class with nothing but a sincere interest in learning how to outsource online.
Download the required course materials at no cost. This archive is a single file that links to additional, downloadable content within.
Lesson 1: Introduction to Outsourcing
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