Hire a Writer
This is an option if you’re just simply putting off creating your infoproduct.
Simply go to a site like Elance.com and you’ll find many qualified freelancers willing to write content for your website.
This is highly recommended for infoproduct creation – especially if you’re stuck or procrastinating. Even if you receive the draft and then edit it to add your personality, you’ll save a lot of time and effort verses writing all of the content yourself.
Of course, a major obstacle for this for many people is the cost. There are always ways to optimize the amount you pay and the quality that you receive. You’ll learn some of the tricks of the trade as you go.
Hire a Transcriptionist
If you can talk a mile a minute but hate to write, you can still have a book or ebook in your name. Write and then hire a transcriptionist to turn that into a beautiful book for you. I’ve used http://thesmallbusinesstranscriptionist.com in the past and have been very happy.
Hire an Interviewer
Remember in an earlier lesson that I talked about Maruxa Murphy? She used to run the show for David Frey. He had regular telesummits with lots of world-renown experts. Well, it was really Maruxa running the show under David’s guidance. I was amazed how efficient and effective she was.
She was an interviewer for hire. (And more obviously, but you can tell that there’s an advantage to having a great interviewer working for you.)
Hire an Audio or Video Editor
I use http://multimediava.com/services-rates/ – and have for years. Christina is awesome and super efficient, too. Why struggle to get your program out the door because it’s not perfect yet.
Hire a Coach
When you don’t know which direction to go, or who to hire, my advice is always that it’s time to hire a coach.
Here are some recommendations for finding the right coach for you.
If you’re unsure how to start hiring people, then check this out (or hire a coach that can help you to hire the right people):