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For as long as I’ve been playing around and working on the internet, I’ve heard people touting the benefits of paying for virtual services - you know, VAs and that kind of stuff.
From the first time I heard it said, I got the logic of it. Sure, it makes sense to hire someone to do the things I either don’t want to do, am not good at doing, or shouldn’t be doing from a time VS value perspective.
But until this conversation, I’ve never been able to bring myself to take the leap and actually hire out some of the stuff that makes my podcast and business run.
I’ve invited Nathan Hirsch, co-founder of FreeeUp.com to be my guest on this episode of Podcastification to help convince me - and convince me he did.
BTW: The audio quality on MY SIDE of this recording is terrible. Awful. And in all other ways stinky. It’s because I got lazy and didn’t use my podcast production checklist to ensure that everything was set correctly. As a result, my voice was recorded through the built-in mic on my laptop.
BAD form. BAD form. My apologies. I guess it goes to show that even those of us who do something on a professional basis make mistakes from time to time. I’m just sorry you have to listen to it.Main Points : Virtual Services For Podcasting
[2:06] How Nathan became desperate and turned to virtual services for a solution
[4:14] The first things podcasters might consider outsourcing to virtual assistants
[5:40] So you see the need, but don’t know if you can afford it. Listen up!
[7:35] What should you do if it’s going to take as much time to train someone as it will for you to do it?
[13:02] Making it easy: What you’ll experience when you go to the Freeeup website
[15:42] Pre-vetted candidates for your job - as many as you want - and keeping up quality
[18:14] You could even “steal” a worker from FreeeUp permanently through a buy-out
[20:13] Hiring is one thing: managing someone providing virtual services is anotherFeatured On This Episode
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