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Is Outsourcing Right for You?

Is Outsourcing Right for You?

April 17, 2014 | By Ed Gandia | 3 Comments

ed_gandia-150Date: May 7th, 2014
3:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Is Outsourcing Right for You?
Ed Gandia

As you grow your freelance business, it becomes more and more difficult to keep up with all of the tasks of running your own business. No matter how efficient your workflow is, at some point you simply run out of time.

At that point, you must choose between limiting your income or making adjustments in your business so you can focus on higher-value tasks. One solution is to outsource some of your tasks. But which ones?

Ed Gandia has helped many successful copywriters maximize their productivity and take their freelance business to the next level. His work with freelancers has given him insight into when it’s time to consider outsourcing some tasks.

On this call Ed will tell you:

  • What you should consider outsourcing
  • What you should never outsource
  • How to know when it’s time to consider outsourcing
  • How to work with a virtual assistant or other remote professional
  • And much more!

 You’ll discover how to create additional time in your busy day so you can focus on high-paying client work so you business is more profitable and more enjoyable.

You can listen to the playback here:

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Ed Gandia

Ed Gandia is a successful B2B copywriter, business-building coach and strategist who helps freelancers earn more in less time doing work they love for better-paying clients. To download his free tips and resources visit

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  • Great, Ed! I appreciate your pointing out for simple proofing and copy editing. Do you have similar references for transcription services? Or is this a case where we should just find someone local that we like?

  • Great interview!! I’m trying to get started in B2B copywriting, and find it more complicated and time-consuming than I expected (aren’t ALL new ventures?). I have no doubt it will be less so as I progress, but this discussion makes me feel much more comfortable, and provides helpful guidance going forward. Thank you!

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