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Sell Your Expertise Online With CrossLoop

CrossLoop LogoA couple months back Mike and Aliza shared 10 More New Ways to Make Money Online, a topic which is seemingly always a popular one. One of their great tips was the selling of freelance support online. At the time, they mentioned Copilot and Bomgar as potential outlets for this but I wanted to take a moment to also remind everyone about CrossLoop.

I’ve talked in the past about the secure CrossLoop client and the CrossLoop Marketplace as a means to promote your business, but some recent updates have made it an even more compelling place to advertise your services and acquire new clients.

Since we last wrote about CrossLoop they have not only added PayPal integration and a communications console to facilitate easier messaging, but today a direct chat function was also introduced. This handy features allows potential customers to connect and communicate with you in real time.

Cross Loop Chat

From marketing and customer acquisition, through the service process and ending with payment and review, the suite of tools and services provided by CrossLoop can be an integral part of a successful and profitable remote support business.

The marketplace listing favors those who are currently available and those who have higher numbers of completed support sessions, so getting involved early and building a history could be an advantage moving forward.

Crossloop is also getting some significant press lately so it might be a good time to set up a profile and take advantage of folks who might be hearing about and investigating it for the first time.

For the time being, CrossLoop isn’t charging any listing or transaction fees, so other than the time you inves to create an account and get your profile set up, there is no charge to test the waters and see if it might be a good solution for you.

Do you offer remote support to your clients? Would CrossLoop work for you?

5 Responses to “Sell Your Expertise Online With CrossLoop”

  1. You might want to review

    They have combined LogMeIn Rescue with PayPal payments in a very similar way to Cross Loop.

    It will be interesting to see what Crossloop do with their recent $6 million in venture capital!

  2. Scott – it is indeed a great time for CrossLoop to have received the endorsement we did from Walt Mossberg of the Wall Street Journal! Thanks for continuing to support us.

    @vaibhav – We launched the marketplace only 5 months ago and there are already 12,000 Helpers signed up to provide their service. Many of our Helpers have already starting getting customers but we also acknowledge that we have ways to go. One of the first steps was this big endorsement from The Wall Street Journal.

    I will be in touch with you to provide you with the tips to enhance your brand on CrossLoop and make the most of what we provide.