How to Hire Remote Workers Episode #12: How to Use VAs to Build Your eCommerce Business
Welcome back for the twelfth video in our series on How to Hire Online Workers!
This episode is all about how entrepreneurs can use VAs and other remote workers to build your eCommerce business. Nate and Connor go into several key aspects of the hiring process. They talk about knowing what you want so you can target workers and how to find who you need to get the work done. They also go into making sure that you have your eCommerce business systems set up to manage and make the best use of workers. The goal is to grow your business, and whether you hire through FreeeUp or not, you can use these tips to make the hiring process simple and effective.
And don’t forget to order your copy of Free Up Your Business: 50 Secrets to Bootstrap Million Dollar Businesses, where you can read many more tips about online hiring as well as other key aspects of building and running an eCommerce business.
Nathan Hirsch is a serial entrepreneur and expert in remote hiring and eCommerce. He has been selling online for over 7 years and has sold well over $20 million worth of product through his eCommerce business. He is now the co-founder and CEO of FreeeUp.com, the hands-on hiring marketplace connecting hundreds of online business owners with reliable, pre-vetted remote workers. FreeeUp is redefining how businesses are able to hire remote freelancers online. He can be found on leading podcasts, such as Entrepreneur on Fire, Eventual Millionaire, and many more, speaking about online hiring tactics. He currently lives in Orlando, Florida.
Connor Gillivan is a serial eCommerce entrepreneur and an expert in online hiring, eCommerce, and bootstrapping businesses. With his first eCommerce business, he sold over $20 million worth of product and built a group of over 60 workers. He is now the co-founder Chief Marketing Officer of FreeeUp, the hands-on hiring marketplace connecting hundreds of online business owners with reliable, pre-vetted remote workers. He is an avid writer on his own site, ConnorGillivan.com, and his business advice can be found in top publications such as WebRetailer.com. He currently lives in Orlando, Florida.