TIME. That is the one thing that all #webmasters do not have in abundance. Unknown to some, managing a #website is not a piece of cake. The mind-boggling, back-breaking effort that goes into the development and management of a website is overwhelming and more than enough to daunt the faint of heart. Think about those webmasters who are managing not one, but three or more websites everyday... they need help.
This is where outsourcing comes in. Outsourcing is like manna from heaven both for agents and clients. Agents are able to find a decent paying job while clients get more value for their money. Not only will they be able to hire professionals at a fraction of the cost they would have paid for an upfront employee, they are also freed from the hassles of the hiring process and planning for the compensations of an employee.
Leasing an agent to do the tasks that you could no longer handle alone at a minimum cost is appealing to a lot of webmasters. Some of them acquire the help of a freelancer while those who know better lease a full-time agent from a staff leasing company. So what's the difference between a freelancer and a full-time agent? Although there are some freelancers who do deliver quality work, and gets the job done on time, the bulk of the lot generally think in terms of quantity and not quality. A job done on time does not necessarily mean a job done well. This is where a full-time agent differs, hiring an agent from a staff leasing company guarantees you complete control of the tasks you want done. You will be able to get more quality work since the agent you will be hiring will be working for you alone 8hrs/day, 5days a week. That's real value for your money.
Having a dedicated agent that you can trust and who will be able to do the tedious, repetitive tasks for your websites will give you the much needed time to concentrate on serious matters. It will put you way ahead of your competitors since you will have the time to ponder and plan your business strategy in order for your venture to take off while they are still up to their necks in data entry work. Now, that's real business sense.