5 Things Small Businesses Should Outsource

CKSD Outsourcing Solutions research has found that workflow and process automation platforms can be found for businesses of all sizes, but process automation takes only so much of the load off for any business.

For a small business, any reduction in overhead lets you shift more revenue to operational growth, while simultaneously freeing up your time. We found that if your business chooses to outsource it can provide continuity, operational expense control, and risk management. It can also improve your work/life balance.

So here are five tasks you can be easily outsourced to contribute to the growth of your business while freeing up your time.

  1. Content marketing

Content marketing is the use of easy-to-digest content that is designed to educate your target audience without being too “salesy.” The objective is to generate leads, but content also nurtures the relationships you have with those leads to improve your chances of closing a sale.

Over 40 percent of companies have an executive in their organizations who are directly responsible for content marketing small businesses like yours may not have the budget for that.

Rather than spending your time producing and distributing content, or hiring a marketing team to tackle it, CKSD Outsourcing Solutions recommends utilizing our services5 things a business should outsource. According to a report by LinkedIn based on a survey of marketing professionals, 75 percent of marketers are outsourcing content in some way.

  1. Bookkeeping

Research from the American Psychological Association shows that when you multitask or manage multiple projects at once, you can experience a 40 percent drop in productivity. Your projects take longer to complete, and you increase your overall stress levels.

On average, multitasking costs the global economy more than $400 billion annually.

You really don’t want to make mistakes when you handle the finances of your business you get the experience of CLSD Outsourcing Solutions when you outsource

  1. Payroll

CKSD Outsourcing solutions highly recommends outsourcing your payroll, given the numerous requirements, regulations and tax laws. “Payroll” goes well beyond simply calculating the hours of and salary payouts for employees. One mistake with payroll can trigger tax audits and cost your business thousands of dollars.

In 2014 alone, the IRS levied more than $2 billion in fines against small businesses because of mistakes, omissions, and improper filings.

Rather than handling your own payroll, or maintaining the overhead of a full-time accountant, outsource your payroll to CKSD Outsourcing Solutions we can help you avoid costly mistakes, and free up your time so you can focus on running your business.

  1. Conversion optimization

Most businesses generate leads through online marketing, and the content you produce works to convert them into leads. According to Search Engine Land, the average conversion rate across most industries is just over 2 percent, with the top 25 percent of sites seeing conversions at 5 percent or higher.

There’s a lot you can do to improve your conversion rate, but it’s a time-consuming process. Depending on your business model and margins, even a small lift in conversions can add tens to hundreds of thousands or more in annual revenue.

Instead of trying to manage, test and track the continuous cycle of changes, you should work with CKSD Outsourcing Solutions we specialize in conversion optimization.

  1. Scheduling and administrative tasks

It’s easy to get bogged down in dozens of small tasks that eat up your time each day. As a small business owner, you need to focus on your core processes to grow your business. When you hire a virtual assistant with CKSD Outsourcing Solutions you can eliminate a lot of wasted time spent on emails, appointment-setting, and other repetitive tasks. When you automate employee scheduling tasks using software, you can focus less on busy work and more on the big picture.

Outsource your weaknesses.

There are a lot of areas to outsource. Look at your team, your processes and the work you must do on a regular basis. Consider outsourcing those areas where you and your team struggle. Also, look at the difference in costs between a full-time hire and outsourcing. That difference alone could help you decide.

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