“You take for granted how much more you can get done [with a Filipino VA]...it frees me up to really focus on more important things and new business opportunities,” says Andrew Youderian, avid outsourcer.
Bozeman, MT (PRWEB) October 14, 2012
“Dive in,” entices veteran outsourcer, Andrew Youderian. He's speaking to businesses that have ever considered Philippines outsourcing. In a recent case study interview with outsourcing expert John Jonas, Youderian divulges his secrets to successful outsourcing to the Philippines. Both discuss the benefits of outsourcing including quality work, cut costs and more time to be the CEO.
Outsourcing to the Philippines could be the answer that many business owners are looking for. Using tools that were created by John Jonas, thousands of entrepreneurs have become successful outsourcers, saving them time, money and the monotony of everyday tasks.
An outsourcing skeptic will commonly question, “What can I outsource?” Youderian’s Filipino VA is responsible for many detail-oriented tasks, including the following:
○ order managements
○ email support
○ sales questions
○ money transfers
○ credit card management:
“You take for granted how much more you can get done [with a Filipino VA]...it frees me up to really focus on more important things and new business opportunities,” says Youderian.
When Jonas asked Youderian what he does with his newly found time, he replied that his main focus is ‘growing the business.’ He spends time building-up his e-commerce community, perfecting his marketing, expanding his connections, making strategic improvements to his businesses/websites, improving the core of his developments and steering the businesses’ overall growth. To say the least, he’s given up his position as “worker” in his company and he’s become the CEO instead.
The cost of a Filipino VA may be the most enticing consideration of Philippines outsourcing. Jonas claims that entrepreneurs and business owners can hire specialized, educated and qualified Filipino employees for as little as $2.50/hr. That’s scads lower than local minimum wage. “Most of the guys you find with OnlineJobs.ph even have college degrees. And $500 a month is considered a good living in the Philippines. It’s a win-win,” says Jonas.
To learn more about how to successfully outsource to the Philippines, visit http://www.ReplaceMyself.com.
ReplaceMyself.com, created by internet entrepreneur John Jonas, is a leading Filipino outsourcing mediator. Since 2007, John has used innovative methods to teach business owners how to increase efficiency and decrease cost by delegating labor to the Philippines. Jonas offers customized tools to hire, train, manage and pay Filipino employees through ReplaceMyself.com, OnlineJobs.ph and Payments.ph. ###