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    DESCRIPTION ( Online out sourcing )

    Online out sourcing
    Take it as your profession
    Admissions starts at TK.3000


    What you'll learn
    • Understand what is and isn't outsourcing
    • Validate your idea's preparedness and eligibility for outsourcing
    • Plan on budgeting and ways of reducing the project cost before starting
    • Navigate and operate outsourcing platforms Upwork and Freelancer
    • Use advanced search criteria to locate specific outsourcing partners
    • Build a contracting strategy that works with your level of experience and your idea's level of progress
    • Figure out your ideal price point and preferred region
    • Write job titles, descriptions, and settings that bring high quality bids
    • Conceptualize your idea through the Sx5 framework to solidify your feature set
    • Decide which features to include (and drop) in your project's first iteration
    • Rapidly sketch your ideas like a professional
    • Use wireframing tools like Balsamiq to quickly put together idea mockups
    • Break through creativity blocks and keep your project ideation going
    • Use prototyping tools to add interactivity to your mockup and pre-test features before slating them for development
    • Create mockups and demos that deploy natively on tablets and phones
    • Use advanced techniques for quickly bringing your project together
    • Employ best practices for outsourcing, such as hybrid rates, managing tone, and navigating legality
    • Use Asana and Trello to keep your project on track and increase project transparency
    • Bug hunt and run QA tests like a professional
    • Navigate the most common scenarios that arise from outsourcing
    Requirements
    • No course pre-requisites
    • Access to a computer and broadband internet is needed
    Description
    What do Slack, Skype, Fab, Klout, and GitHub have in common? They all started by outsourcing their product development. They didn't have technical founders, they didn't recruit a team of in-house engineers, and they didn't have gigantic development budgets. Oh, and did I mention that they're now collectively worth over 20 billion dollars?
    Every single company or startup outsources in one way or another. Whether it's your product development, your advertising, your testing, or your customer service - you need to be equipped to take advantage of the opportunities that outsourcing presents you. As an entrepreneur, outsourcing is an essential skill for saving money, being lean, and being successful.
    Outsourcing is the go-to strategy for saving time and money in order to launch ideas that otherwise would never make it to market. You can build a world class product without hiring an in-house team or recruiting partners. When you finish this course, you'll be able to outsource like a professional. You'll cut your development costs by up to 90% and become a much more capable and skilled entrepreneur
    At the end of this course, you'll be able to:
    • Create, conceptualize, and map out your idea in a way that anyone can easily understand
    • Take your idea, create visual wireframes, mockups, and prototypes that are crucial for solidifying your vision and communicating it effectively
    • Sketch, rapidly build, test, and collaborate on your feature ideas
    • Understand, in intricate detail, the forces that effect your outsourcing project and how to position your project to be successful
    • Write job descriptions that bring in the best bids
    • Put together professional documentation for your idea and identify potential pitfalls before you spend money
    • Select the best possible long-term team using a framework that's built over 100+ professional outsourcing projects
    • Employ advanced techniques for getting the best price and cutting your deployment time in half
    • Tailor popular tools like Asana, Trello, and Google docs to masterfully run your outsourcing project
    • Spot bugs before they become a significant problem
    Who this course is for:
    • Anyone interested in launching a business or product idea
    • Anyone interested in learning the intricacies of outsourcing and the best ways to contract work
    • Anyone interested in improving their skills in project or product management
    • Course content
    • Expand all 103 lectures20:04:16

    • –Introduction (39 minutes)
    • 38:16

    • Course overview
    • Preview07:34
    • Join our community on Slack!
    • 00:00
    • What is outsourcing?
    • Preview06:16
    • What is it good and not good for?
    • 12:12
    • How much should I budget?
    • 12:13
    • Section 1 review material
    • 26 pages
    • All the course review sheets in one PDF
    • 00:01

    • –Getting Started (70 minutes)
    • 01:09:51

    • Where to find outsourcing firms and freelancers
    • 07:46
    • Introduction to Elance
    • 19:31
    • Going further in-depth with Elance
    • 02:43
    • Introduction to Upwork
    • 19:38
    • Going further in-depth with Upwork
    • 05:51
    • Introduction to Freelancer
    • 08:44
    • Other techniques and platforms for finding contractors
    • 05:38
    • Section 2 review material
    • 24 pages

    • –Dive Deeper (63 minutes)
    • 01:02:37

    • Choosing your ideal subcontractor strategy
    • 08:24
    • Deciding between a firm or freelancer
    • 19:52
    • Understanding how to choose from the best outsourcing zones
    • 18:34
    • Understanding price & autonomy
    • 08:08
    • The "Goldilocks Syndrome"
    • 07:39
    • Section 3 review material
    • 47 pages

    • –Posting Expertise (84 minutes)
    • 01:24:04

    • Writing the right title
    • 09:03
    • Practicing with titles
    • 12:37
    • Writing the right description
    • 10:54
    • Getting hands on with writing descriptions
    • 15:09
    • Getting the settings right
    • 19:01
    • Reviewing your settings
    • 17:20
    • Section 4 review material
    • 20 pages

    • –Plan Your Outsourced Idea (Optional) (48 minutes)
    • 48:03

    • The Sx5 framework for solidifying product ideas
    • 18:13
    • Coming up with strategy, Sx1
    • 11:27
    • Coming up with scope, Sx2
    • 18:23
    • Section 5 review material
    • 31 pages

    • –Documentation (71 minutes)
    • 01:11:27

    • Creating an overview
    • 05:51
    • Adding the functions section
    • 10:29
    • Going further in-depth with functions
    • 10:33
    • Creating the pages section
    • 19:48
    • Creating parameters
    • 10:50
    • Creating the users section
    • 11:07
    • Adding comments
    • 02:49
    • Section 6 review material
    • 22 pages

    • –Building a Low Fidelity Wireframe (128 minutes)
    • 02:04:59

    • Intro to sketching
    • 01:10
    • Materials for sketching
    • 03:45
    • Sketching it out
    • 08:02
    • The finishing touches
    • 14:15
    • Upgrade to a tool, getting started with Pidoco
    • 10:24
    • Getting used to the features in Pidoco
    • 11:41
    • Creating a quick sitemap
    • 13:40
    • Site elements to start with
    • 05:37
    • Using templates to save time
    • 02:32
    • Handling images in Pidoco
    • 09:36
    • Adding and controlling layers in Pidoco
    • 07:32
    • Annotating everything
    • 10:24
    • Alternative: Using Balsamiq for quick wireframing
    • 19:39
    • Alternative: Using Balsamiq continued...
    • 03:32
    • An example project created in Balsamiq
    • 03:10
    • Section 7 review material
    • 54 pages

    • –Creating a Demo for Outsourcing (Optional) (48 minutes)
    • 46:09

    • Introducing M.A.P.
    • 09:46
    • Adding interactivity to your prototype
    • 14:46
    • Collaborators and reviewers
    • 12:40
    • Creating a tablet version
    • 08:57
    • Section 8 review material
    • 19 pages

    • –Selecting the Best Person (41 minutes)
    • 40:38

    • Reviewing bid language
    • 09:29
    • Bid language
    • 13:44
    • The response rate test
    • 06:18
    • Dissecting the bid rate
    • 11:07
    • Section 9 review material
    • 20 pages

    • –Strategies for Getting the Best Price and Experience (44 minutes)
    • 44:19

    • Strategy: The $50 test
    • 04:12
    • Strategy: Rapid cycling posts
    • 04:54
    • Strategy: The Keyer question
    • 07:43
    • Strategy: Repeat the project back to you
    • 04:12
    • Strategy: Get them off the platform
    • 04:22
    • Strategy: The long term strategy
    • 05:18
    • Strategy: Messaging freelancers
    • 07:13
    • Strategy: Dividing specializations
    • 06:25
    • Section 10 review material
    • 35 pages

    • –Outsourcing Best Practices (83 minutes)
    • 01:23:32

    • Five pillars for evaluating contractors
    • 16:21
    • Six red flags for contractors
    • 07:49
    • Response rate sets the tone
    • 04:41
    • How important is site reputation?
    • 04:54
    • How to handle referrals
    • 03:14
    • Is outsourcing a long term solution?
    • 05:54
    • How to handle extra work
    • 02:08
    • Legality with outsourcing
    • 10:46
    • Fixed rate versus hourly rate - use my method
    • 09:36
    • What is good? Avoid this trap
    • 09:12
    • Outsourcing and protecting your IP
    • 08:57
    • Section 11 review material
    • 48 pages

    • –Managing Your Ongoing Project (23 minutes)
    • 22:26

    • Getting introduced to Asana
    • 12:25
    • Getting better with Asana
    • 10:01
    • Section 12 review material
    • 10 pages

    • –Bug Hunting (19 minutes)
    • 18:48

    • Becoming a bug hunting master
    • 11:12
    • Bug hunting on mobile
    • 05:09
    • Some thoughts on bug hunting
    • 01:38
    • TIP: Accelerate your testing
    • 00:49
    • Section 13 review material
    • 17 pages

    • –Common Scenarios and How to Handle Them (39 minutes)
    • 38:53

    • Low quality work
    • 06:14
    • Missing deadlines
    • 08:20
    • Repeatedly missing bugs
    • 06:10
    • When they ask for money upfront
    • 05:15
    • When they bid and disappear
    • 04:18
    • When the contractor raises their price
    • 08:36
    • Section 14 review material
    • 37 pages

    • –Bonus Section
    • 00:16

    • Bonus Lecture: How to get your next course for as low as $12.99

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    A7z Soft Ltd.
    140/b,Rasulbag,Thana Road,Sreepur,Gazipur-140
    Bangladesh
    Cell: 01716004299
    Email: info@a7zbd.com
    web: www.a7zbd.com


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