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Outsourcing Article Marketing - Does Your Input Really Matter?

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By : Matt Bacak    99 or more times read
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My question is about outsourcing. I have found a website that offers outsourcing called onewebpromotion. I have asked a few questions and received an immediate response such as who owns the right to the content produced.

I have questions about whether or not I can have input in the content, if necessary, in the launch. What is your knowledge and thoughts about this type of offer? The website seems to cover a lot of bases, but I'm concerned about the lack of input from me to generate traffic, increase opt-ins and have a one-on-one relationship with me instead of this outsourcing company. Should I just use RSS feeds to submit this kind of content?

Answer: Let me share with you how I do things. First of all, I completely understand that you want to have personal input in your site, especially with article marketing.

When I'm outsourcing things I supply a great deal of the content. For example, all the articles I do, especially in my Internet marketing business, come from my mouth. The article writer listens to my Monday night calls, including the questions and answers. They write down all the content and then format it so that it is in article format. So after every Monday night call I get articles written for me. They are written quickly which enables me to have a consistent flow of articles that are solely my content.

These articles allow me to have content to post to my blog. Some of the articles I don't want the entire public to see, so I keep those articles for future use. I may put those articles in my client-only offline newsletter for example. Or I may use those articles for products I'm going to create in the future.

It is important to me to have personal content input in my articles, blog posts, videos, and press releases. Therefore, supplying the content enables me to insure that this is the case. I can guarantee that the content I present is my own personal content. I like to have this control.

I do my own forum marketing. Somebody else actually does my blog marketing, but all the content is my personal content reflecting my input. I want to know what content is going to be submitted to the blog, so I provide the content.

As far as social bookmarking, when I outsource that it doesn't matter whether or not I have personal input because those are just based on my URLS. Pay-per-click is another task where my personal input doesn't need to be in the project.

I also engage in solo advertising, which actually my brother does for me. I give him the email to send, the credit card info, etc. and he does the solo ad task for me.

I'm looking at onewebpromotions. For the price that you are paying this website service seems like a good option. I would probably ask them to do outsourced tasks for me. But at the same time, I can see why lack of your personal input bothers you. It would bother me to not have my input acknowledged.

If I have somebody writing for me, I usually tell them to talk from a specific perspective of mine. However, if there were topics in my niche that I was not familiar with, I would use this service to get articles written on those topics. Once you have the articles you could do what you want with them. Always make sure to review the articles before you submit them. Ask for changes if they don't agree with your philosophy, etc. It's always easier to edit someone else's work then to start from scratch.
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