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If you are going to be running your own business, there will inevitably be tasks that you would rather not be responsible for. Some tasks are simply tedious and a distraction. Consider outsourcing them! 

These online resources below are just a few places you can use to find part-time, freelance, or done-for-you help.

Virtual Assistants

A virtual assistant can be a low-cost option for hourly and ad-hoc help. Virtual assistants are perfect for taking over your recurring tasks such as payroll, invoicing, and reporting. Try these sites to find your VA.

Horkey Handbook: https://horkeyhandbook.com 
VANetworking: https://www.vanetworking.com

Productized Services Companies

If you like the reassurance of feeling like there is a team behind your tasks, consider looking for a company that treats common tasks as a done-for-you service. Looking for assistance on any of your bookkeeping, marketing content creation, or graphic design? Try this selection of sites.

Bench (bookkeeping) https://bench.co/ 
Audience Ops (marketing content) https://audienceops.com/ 
Design Pickle (graphic design) https://designpickle.com 

Freelancers

Freelancers are typically hired on a project basis, but can also be used for recurring tasks like content writing. Upwork and Freelancer are easy to use sites to help your hunt in finding a suitable freelancer for your project.

Upwork: https://www.upwork.com 
Freelancer: https://www.freelancer.com  

White-Glove Networks

If you are looking for a more reliable, vetted lead on possible freelancers, these website sites offer a more expensive but stronger pool of freelancers.

Toptal: https://www.toptal.com 
Dribbble Talent: https://dribbble.com/talent 
Scalable Path: https://www.scalablepath.com 
Gun.io: https://gun.io