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4 Facebook Activities You Should Outsource

Posted by admin - January 23, 2013 • 5-minute read


We move in a largely digital world, making everything within reach. There’s practically nothing we can’t do online. Information is literally at our fingertips. As long as you can type ‘Google’, you’re all set. With all these means for connectivity, you’d think there’s be no room for detachment. Ironically technology also created a whole new divide between consumers and brands.

Enter social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest among others, which offer your audience an interactive experience with your brand. Social media sites have taken globalization to a different level, making it easier to connect with the right people, build relationships, build communities and explore products and services in a whole new way. So the question is, how do you make your company stand out?

That’s where strategy makes a difference.

One of the best operations strategies in the market today is creative process outsourcing. Many companies, big or small, find this highly beneficial as it offers more bang for your buck. Outsourcing to countries like the Philippines for example, comes with its own set of advantages. If you partner with the right service provider, you won’t need to look anywhere else.

Here’s a list of 4 Facebook activities that the right service provider can do for you:

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First impressions last so it’s imperative that you make the right one. But making the right first impression could take a lot more time than you can spare

Topics: Social Media Marketing

Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Consider Outsourcing

Posted by admin - January 7, 2013 • 4-minute read

Outsourcing is the process of moving out a function of your company to a third party service provider. It’s different from offshoring in that outsourcing only entails having processes done outside of an organization by a third party service provider. On the other hand, offshoring refers to moving business processes offshore, usually to a place where a business can benefit from significant cost savings. So technically, a company can offshore without outsourcing in the same way that it can outsource without offshoring.

Many Fortune 500 companies, about 70%, including bigwigs like IBM, HP, JP Morgan Chase & Co, have already embraced the benefits of outsourcing and offshoring, contracting huge volumes of work to countries like India and the Philippines.

If you’re considering it for your business, but are still in doubt, here are some of the key advantages to outsourcing for you to think about:

Topics: Creative Process Outsourcing

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