(PRWEB) May 21, 2012
OutsourceToFreelancer.com recently launched an in-depth and free pictorial guide to show employers and project owners how they can save up to 50% of their costs by outsourcing to freelance designers from across the world. Using this guide, project owners will easily be able to outsource projects to freelance designers and save in the long run.
Outsourcing has become more than just a buzz word as employers are quickly realizing that the best way to beat the economic blues is to find a way to cut costs by outsourcing their work to freelance designers. Due to severe competition from across the world, freelancers normally keep their rates low in order to win projects on the website. Employers stand to gain as they get access to technical expertise from over 20 countries, all at one online platform.
As evident on OutsourceToFreelancer.com, this site is targeted at both freelance designers as well as employers. On Freelancer, projects can be listed in different categories and subcategories which make it easy for a freelancer to find a particular project in his niche area. The employer can evaluate bids, compare prices, ask for clarifications and then award the project to designers. Funds can be uploaded through Paypal, credit card and direct transfers and payments are made through a milestone system. Once the project is completed, freelance designers can create an online invoice and the employer releases the milestone.
Mike Rogers, an online specialist from Melbourne has this to say: “I read about this site through OutsourceToFreelancer.com, I’m sure I’ll get top-notch services at half the cost. They’ve made the world a level playing field when it comes to technology. I’ve hired many freelance designers from this site for as little as $90 for a customized logo. Normally, I would have spent about $1500 for a professionally designed logo.”
Recently, Freelancer launched their India and Bangladesh branches. Their expansion plans include reaching out to new countries, opening new categories and avenues to promote the freelance market. Although there are several freelance designers listed, there are an equal or higher number of projects which makes it a lucrative option for new users as well. Employers can literally pick and choose these designers based on their education, employment records, past experience, client reviews and examination results.
Overall, the site seems fairly simple to use and understand which is probably why organizations across Australia and the US choose to outsource to Freelancer. With easy navigation and user-friendly features, outsourcing a project to freelance designers becomes simple and stress-free. This is definitely a welcome change in an economy that is volatile and unsteady.
OutsourceToFreelancer.com is a detailed guide on how to use the leading freelance website- Freelancer.com. It provides in-depth information and graphics that will help new users find their way around this website. It is especially helpful for employers looking to outsource projects to freelance designers.
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