Outsourcing for Amazon Ecommerce Businesses – Adam Cordovez

It’s an exciting time to be Aaron Cordovez right now. His Amazon/E-commerce business which he started in 2015 is growing so fast they had to hire virtual assistants. He’s about to hit the $10 million mark. And he’s found the outsourcing system that really works his business that allows him to scale up and get the most value for his business.

It was fun talking to him because he reminded me so much when I started seeing how amazing outsourcing to full-time virtual assistants can be. Like Aaron, I started out working 10 hour work days. I was also outsourcing to freelancers in the beginning. But I wasn’t getting a lot of value from their work. I realized I wasn’t outsourcing my business, I was just outsourcing tasks.

If you guys are interested in how virtual assistants can bring so much value to an Amazon business, you really need to listen to this interview from beginning to end. Aaron shares:

  • How he gets his virtual assistants to do their jobs correctly, even without micromanaging them
  • How he knows when a virtual assistant is worth keeping or should be let go and
  • His realization in what business owners need to do to make sure that their VAs get the training they need.

If you think this interview was awesome, check out the ones I made with Ethan. They’re just chockful of tips that you can immediately implement in your outsourcing process.

If you want to find awesome virtual assistants like the ones Aaron found, check out Onlinejobs.ph for yourself. Sign up for an account today and find that Filipino VA who can bring you to your first million!

You can also learn more about how to get started on hiring Rockstar Virtual Assistants.


John Jonas

About John Jonas
John helps business owners learn to outsourcing to the Philippines and replace themselves with virtual assistants.

He founded and owns OnlineJobs.ph.

He currently employs 14 amazing Filipino workers full-time and loves every one of them. He lives in Utah, has a wonderful wife, 4 amazing kids, and golfs 4-5 times/week.

Find John at JonasBlog.com and Facebook.

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