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Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Hello, Our retail sales company has ongoing (manual) data cleansing and research needs that require assistance on and off throughout the year. Most of these are projects that require four or five days of work, sometimes less and sometimes more. I am hoping to establish a relationship with someone that has a good background in working on spreadsheet data and strong work ethic, so that I can continue to work with them on these projects. The first two existing project options are also outlined in detail below, and I would estimate that each project entails 3 to 4 days of work. I am open to paying whatever is a fair price given your skill set, but my initial bid is to pay around $15-$20 per 8 hour workday for this type of work. Please be sure to tell me a little about yourself, and how your background may fit with these initial projects. Project Description A (See tab 1 in attached file): Note that many books contain updated editions that are released every few years. I am trying to simply ensure that I have have the most current edition of those books that have been updated. This project is to find the most current edition of a book in a list. Or, if the book on the list is the most current, then to find the one (or two) that is prior to the most current edition. For example, you may see the URL for a book in the list that shows the below link. http://www.amazon.com/Neonatal-Resuscitation-Textbook-American-Pediatrics/dp/1581101872/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1464114590&sr=8-3&keywords=Textbook+of+Neonatal+Resuscitation After a quick google or amazon link, you will discover that the most current edition of this book is ISBN 0323310605, per the below link. See more examples in tab 1. http://www.amazon.com/Physical-Examination-Assessment-Elsevier-Adaptive/dp/0323310605/ref=sr_1_12?ie=UTF8&qid=1464114439&sr=8-12&keywords=Physical+Examination+%26+Health+Assessment 1. Open spreadsheet that contains a list of URLs from Amazon.com. Each URL is a single book. 2. Review each URL one by one, and do a google or amazon.com or directtextbooks.com search to try to find the earlier or older edition of the same book. If you find a newer or older edition, simply place the ISBN number of the book in the adjacent column. 3. Try to find the most current edition of the book and include its ISBN number too in the column titled Current ISBN. Then move on to the next URL. 4. Be sure to pay close attention to the actual book's title and author so that the newer or older edition selected are actually associated with the same book. I will give you a list of potential confusions to avoid, such as Workbooks, or Electronic versions of the book. Project Description B: Overview: This project is to simply choose a good title for products that I plan to sell online. I have a list or URLs with existing titles, but I want to improve the title so that when I list the products on my website, they will be able to get search results. This requires a good understanding of American products and English. Steps are outlined below. 1. Open the URL in the list, such as the example below. http://www.amazon.com/Sta-Sof-Fro-Conditioner-Special-Softeners-Moisturizers/dp/B00ZZMPK2Q/ref=sr_1_11137_s_it?s=beauty&ie=UTF8&qid=1464109471&sr=1-11137&keywords=Hair 2. Change the title to include other search words that appear in the picture or that are likely to be searched by someone looking for the product. For example, the product's new title could be changed to: "Rub On Hair & Scalp Conditioner - No Drip - No Mess - 5 ounces - by StaSofFro" 3. Simply Type in the new title, and move on to the next item. I have many more data cleansing projects like this to work on, so I would enjoy handing these off to a hardworking individual that is used to working in spreadsheets, and is familiar with American products. Additionally, I have customer email response projects that will be coming up soon too. Thanks for your applications!
  • Number of freelancers needed: 2
Skills: Customer service Data Entry Google search Internet research Microsoft Excel User acceptance testing Web Testing
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
Seeking to appoint a Marketing Administrator to support their busy marketing team Desirable Criteria: • Marketing or sales related post qualification • Shorthand • Experience working with databases Send CV today for consideration.
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Seeking candidate who can be relied upon to monitor, update, and optimize 6 IIS and SQL servers. Examples of the work include the registry changes that were required to disable TLS 1.0 and SSL 2/3, disable Diffie-Hellman (DH) key exchange, etc. The ideal candidate will understand the vulnerabilities that those patches were a necessary response to, and be able to make cost/benefit recommendations for patches (for example, TLS 1.0 is still used by a small fraction of web browsers... let's look at the logs and see how much revenue we will lose by disabling their ability to buy online). A higher level objective is to operate in such a way that our clients' and their customers' data is secure, and our clients' websites maintain PCI compliance. The ideal candidate for the job will assume responsibility for monitoring for and when necessary applying patches to our e-commerce platform, web and database servers. The perfect applicant will also have experience (and a passion for) optimizing and troubleshooting. For example, how would you determine the limiting factor (bottleneck) between an IIS server's website querying a second server's SQL DB? Or why does the response time increase to nearly unacceptable every weekday at 10AM and 2PM Pacific Time? Fun stuff like that. I will make myself available for a conversation to describe the background history of all clients and web properties. I welcome questions. In fact, intelligent questions are one of the main deciding factors for who is chosen to interview.
Skills: Internet Information Services (IIS) Microsoft SQL Server Administration Microsoft Windows Server
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
• Increasing sites’ conversions through onsite optimisation • Providing regular updates for the website’s social media strategy • Planning and executing email marketing campaigns for the current customer base • Managing the Content Strategy of the website • Monitoring KPIs and provide reports to Senior Management
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Are you a LinkedIn all-star? Do you have an irresistible LinkedIn profile or have you created and managed amazing profiles for clients? Then we want to speak to you! We are looking for LinkedIn professionals that can optimize the individual profiles of our clients, not company pages. We need someone that fully understands the untapped potential LinkedIn has to offer as both a personal branding tool and inbound sales vehicle (especially the latter.) The goal is to create lead generation and interest. You will take sole ownership of a client’s LinkedIn profile, posting and interacting with others using their own voice. Requirements: - a very good understanding of English - Excellent writing skills are a must as this person might also write long-form content on LinkedIn - an intimate understanding of LinkedIn is a must. Include your LinkedIn profile in your application - Knowledge of other social platforms like Twitter is preferred We would like to get a good sense of your qualifications. It would help us tremendously (and help your chances of getting chosen for this project) if you please answer the following questions: 1. How fluent are you in English, listening, reading and writing? 2. On a scale of 1-10, how would you rate your writing skills? 3. On a scale of 1-10, how would you rate your proficiency in Excel and PowerPoint? 4. On a scale of 1-10, how skilled are you at Google Analytics, SproutSocial, and Hootsuite? 5. What is your monthly/hour rate in USD? 6. What hours can you work in UTC -4/EST? 7. What industries have you worked with? E.g. real estate, technology etc. WHEN SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION, PUT THE FOLLOWING TEXT IN THE BEGINNING TO CONFIRM THAT YOU READ AND UNDERSTAND THE REQUIREMENTS OF THIS POSITION: "LinkedIn B2B" APPLICATIONS WITHOUT THIS PHRASE WILL BE DISCARDED. This is also how we can confirm that you know how to follow directions and that you're not a spammer/copying and pasting the same generic cover letter over and over again. If you do post a generic cover letter, we will decline your bid.
  • Number of freelancers needed: 3
Skills: Content Writing Social Media Management Social Media Marketing Content Management
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
I want an experienced guy to help me preparing an investment pitch"ONLINE Ecommerce Platform" to help me rising fund from VC FIRMS and angel Investors. 1. Tell a Story Begin your pitch with a compelling story. This will engage your audience right out of the gate. And if you can relate your story to your audience, even better! Your story should address the problem you’re solving in the marketplace. 2. Your Solution Share what’s unique about your product and how it will solve the issue you shared in the previous slide. Keep it short, concise, and easy for the investor to explain to others. Avoid using buzz words unless your investors are very familiar with your industry. 3. Your Successes Early in the presentation you want to build some credibility. Take some time to share the relevant traction you’ve had. This is your opportunity to blow your own horn! Impress the investors with what you and your team have accomplished to date (sales, contracts, key hires, product launches, etc.). See Also: The 7 Key Components of a Perfect Elevator Pitch [with Infographic] 4. Your Target Market Don’t say that everyone in the world is potentially your market, even it it could be true one day. Be realistic about who you’re building your product for and break out your market into TAM, SAM and SOM. This will not only impress your audience, but it will help you think more strategically about your roll-out plan. 5. Customer Acquisition This is usually one of the most skipped sections of an investor pitch and a full business plan. How will you reach your customers? How much will it cost? How will you measure success? Your financials should easily allow you to calculate your customer acquisition costs. 6. Your Competition Again, a VERY important part of your pitch, and many people omit this section or don’t provide enough detail about why they’re so different from their competitors. The best way to communicate your value proposition over your competitors’ is to show this slide in a matrix format—where you list your competitors down the left side of the page, you have your features/benefits across the top, and place check marks in the boxes for which company offers that service (see example in presentation above). Ideally, you have check marks across the top for every category, and your competitors lack in key areas to show your competitive advantage. 7. Your Revenue Model Investors tend to care about this slide the most. How will you make money? Be very specific about your products and pricing and emphasize again how your market is anxiously awaiting your arrival. 8. Your Financial Projections Show what you’re projecting in revenue (per product) over the next three to five years. You MUST back-up your numbers by sharing your assumptions. You’ll see investors taking out their smartphone calculators to make sure your numbers make sense, so give them the information they need to see that your calculations are accurate. If your financial chart shows “hockey-stick growth,” be sure to explain what happens to cause those inflection points. See Also: 9 Things That Take a Pitch From Good to Great 9. Your Team Investors invest in people first and ideas second, so be sure to share details about your rock star team and why they are the right people to lead this company. Also be sure to share what skill-sets you may be missing on your team. Most start-up teams are missing some key talent – be it marketing, management expertise, programmers, sales, operations, financial management, etc. Let them know that you know what you don’t know! 10. Your Funding Needs Clearly spell-out how much money has already been invested in your company, by whom, ownership percentages, and how much more you need to go to the next level (and be clear about what level that is). Will you need to raise multiple rounds of financing? Is the investment you’re seeking a convertible note, an equity round, etc.? Remind the audience why your management team is capable of managing their investment for growth. In the presentation above, I picked the image of a homeless person holding a cardboard sign that reads “Britney’s sister is going to have a baby and I need money for a nice gift” for a reason. The only thing missing out of this “ask” is the exact amount he needs to buy the gift! This is the level of detail you want to include on this slide: how much you need, why you need the money, what it will be used for, and the intended outcome. 11. Your Exit Strategy If you’re seeking large sums of investment capital (over $1M), most investors will want to know what your exit strategy is. Are you planning on getting acquired, going public (very few companies actually do), or something else? Show you’ve done some due diligence on this exit strategy, including the companies you’re targeting, and why it would make sense 3, 5, or 10 years down the road. Best of luck pitching your business! Oh, and I almost forgot one other VERY important aspect to pitching your business—HAVE FUN!
Skills: Business Planning Investment Research Publishing Fundamentals
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I am looking for someone to design a unique website template layout in Photoshop. I will take the PSD and create a WordPress template from it. I do not have enough time to do it all and need someone that is willing to work with me to design strong website templates. All templates must include the following pages - Home (non blog) - Blog Page - - Single Blog Post - Gallery Page - Contact Page All elements must be web friendly, meaning limited images. I prefer to do as much as possible in CSS and eliminate as many images is possible in the design. I will be needing quite a few built, so if a good job is done, there will be much more work to come. If you can include some samples of website design you have done to ensure your style best fits with what I need.
Skills: Adobe Photoshop Graphic design Logo Design User interface design Web design