I have several blogs and websites and personally, I use Textbroker. I work with someone and would be more than happy to give you their email if you'd like. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested in finding out more.
by Thomas - 12 hours ago
Yes, but just like with internal employees, you should review and monitor the quality of the work. Depending if it is a one off requirement or an ongoing requirement would determine my approach. If one-off, then take a look at: oDesk.com or Freelancer.com If it is ongoing work then, I would look for a company like offsitestaff.com.au where they have an office in the Philippines, supervision and the staff would be working for you.
by Phigit - 12 hours ago
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