Outsourcing Your Business With OutVeo

I had to tell you about this as soon as possible as this topic is very close to my heart, and very importantly on the 23rd September the price goes up from $17 to $97 so you need to get this sooner rather than later.

YES, it’s very likely that you NEED this either today or any day soon.

YES, I AM a little bit excited about how it can help us both.

YES, I DO think this is a bargain.

One of the things that can make the greatest difference to your online business is to outsource some (and hopefully one day all) the work.

It’s not easy though.  First you have to find someone to do these tasks, then you have to train them to do it your way, and finally you have to hope they don’t disappear part way through a project.  It’s happened to me several times.

The hardest part though is keeping your staff organised, and also keeping tabs on the state of each task and project.  It’s easy enough to do with one and even two outsourcers, but then it starts to get steadily more difficult after that.

I’ve always thought wouldn’t it be much better if it could all be held together in a more structured and organised way?

Yes, there are some solutions out there such as BaseCamp and ActiveCollab, but I’ve tried both and I wasn’t overly impressed with either, and I know lots of people would disagree with me on this, but BaseCamp just plain *sucks*.

I don’t mean that it sucks in every circumstance, it’s just that the current crop of management tools are all aimed at bigger businesses.  Not one of them that I’ve found addresses the need of the entrepreneur like you and me.

If you’ve had the same experiences I’ve had, or even if you’re not there yet, then sooner or later you’ll probably realise that what’s been needed for a long time is some organisational tool that addresses our particular needs when hiring outsourcers.

And in pursuit of that goal, I’ve been making notes the last 6 months trying to figure out the best way to even start approaching this.

Sadly (and also happily) I’ve been beaten to it and it’s all now done and dusted.

Yesterday I was told about (and immediately bought) an outsource management script called OutVeo that you absolutely do NOT want to miss out on.  As soon as I saw it I knew it was something we ALL must have.

It’s deeply discounted down to only $17 until the 23rd September and believe me on this one, if you miss this discount now you’ll regret it later – it really is one of the “must-haves”.

(It’s actually $27, but you get a further $10 discount down to $17 if you promise to leave an honest review in the next couple of weeks.  I have no problem there.)

Now I realise that you may not have reached the point in your business where you’re ready to use it right now, but if you keep moving forward then eventually you will be.  Right?

OutVeo pulls together the whole process of organising your outsourcers in terms of staff, tasks, deadlines and payment.

I admit I’m just a little bit jealous that Brian Terry has beaten me to it.

*sigh*

Oh well.  My loss, your gain.

Possibly the best thing about OutVeo is it’s a self-hosted script that you install on your own domain.  So unlike pay-per-month-per-head services like BaseCamp, you pay once (currently discounted from $97 down to only $17) and own it forever.

Add as many staff as you like and it doesn’t cost you a bean more.

Considering the development that must have gone into OutVeo, being able to get it for just $17 means it will be one of the best buys you’ve ever made.

http://www.frankhaywood.com/outveo/

-Frank Haywood

By |September 13th, 2011|internet business, software|Comments Off on Outsourcing Your Business With OutVeo

PLR Membership Re-opening

Update: The PLR membership is now OPEN and is currently $27.00/month until I reach my target number of subscribers. At that point I'll increase it to the regular price of $47.00

You can get to the sales page here:-

http://www.plahh.com/

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Tomorrow (Thursday) I’ll be re-opening my PLR membership at a temporary reduced price, and I’ll reveal that price now.  It’s just $27 a month for PLR to TWO product sets.

Or put another way, it works out as $13.50 each…  😉

But that price is only valid until I fill up my remaining slots to make the membership viable for me to continue to run.  (It’s been touch and go.)

Each month you’ll get PLR to 5 sales page designs, PLUS additional PLR to either a WordPress plugin or theme, or a PHP script or other program, or a special report or video set created by me.

It’s a pretty good deal.

Just the five sales pages alone are worth your membership.

Ask anyone.  If you were to pay to have ONE sales page created for yourself, they’d cost you $47-$97 depending on who did them for you, and all you’d get back is the design with uneditable PNG or JPEG files.

With the ones we supply you get Private Label Rights to the entire pack of 5, PLUS all the PhotoShop PSD source files.  In addition we make sure there are no hard-coded text in graphics (wherever possible) and in the few cases there are, we also supply blank JPEGs or PNGs so you can use your favourite graphics editor to add your own text.

Okay?

As for the cost of developing the WordPress plugins and themes, you’re talking anything from five hundred to two thousand dollars and upwards – go find out for yourself.  So I think it’s fair to say that every month you’re getting between $750 to $2000 worth of products you can rebrand and call your own.

At the special relaunch price of $27 it’s not just a good deal it’s a smoking deal!

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First I’d like to give you a bit of background about the membership.  I opened it in November last year, and everything went fine until about March when my one and only designer took an office job in Singapore.  He still does some part time work for me.

Then I had to fire one of my plugin developers as he was supposedly working full time for me and (when he slipped up) we found out he was also working “full time” for one of my friends.  (No wonder he was getting slower and slower…)

This left me with a full time plugin developer and a part time designer.

And then to make matters worse, my remaining developer decided to go look for an office job too and also went part time in June.

While this was all going on I just couldn’t find the right people to fill the gaps left behind and from April until now I’ve been struggling to fulfill the promise of 2 monthly PLR products as part of the membership.

It even got to the stage last month where I’d just about decided to close up shop on the membership as I couldn’t see how I could continue to deliver products like I had been – I’m certainly not a designer or a plugin developer.

And then out of the blue I picked up two new designers, one of whom can create WordPress themes.  Hurrah!

I then (by accident) found a part timer who is now in training to become my full time PA and Project Manager in March 2012.

But the icing on the cake is I also found a new full time coder, AND just this week my part time developer has increased her weekly hours to almost full time.

Suddenly I have a full set of staff and that makes the membership viable again.  And I also have enough “give” in there to make sure that if someone leaves then the membership won’t suffer like it has this year.

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To kick off the relaunch of the membership with a bang tomorrow, I’m adding in some extras.  So instead of you joining and getting one month’s worth of products, I’m including a few more bits and pieces too.

The current product set is for August, but I’ve left July’s active too.  September’s will be ready next week.

So when you join tomorrow, you not only get July and August’s membership products, you’ll also get September’s too when I add it in a few days time.

That’s THREE months worth of membership in this first month.  (For existing members I’ll put something else in so you don’t feel left out.)

Forget pretty good, forget smoking, this is a RED HOT deal.

But ONLY when you join tomorrow at just $27 / month.

When I fill the minimum membership slots I need, then the price goes back up.

I’ll give you some additional details tomorrow and re-open the membership at 6.00pm GMT (1.00pm EST).

-Frank Haywood.