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Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Looking for a experienced front end designer that can take our current webpage and design a more visual homepage. I want a one page scroll down homepage that provides a lifestyle vibe for consumers. I have pictures and some designs to work around and a studio on hand to take pictures once we start brainstorming ideas.
Skills: Creative writing Creative & Talent SEO Keyword Research WordPress
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $15 - Posted
Hello We are looking for people to write IQ tests for spatial and logical reasoning. One test should contain 30 questions and have 4 possibilaties to choose from. Only one answer is correct. All questions should be unique, original. We do not tolerate any form of plagiarism and will report any offence. Fee is 15 dollar per test. All tests should be written in English.
Skills: Creative writing Content Writing Research Papers Technical writing
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
I am looking for a writer to compose text with reference in MLA format. The total amount of text should be 3 pages. SINO-AMERICAN TRADE in 18th CENTURY This section describes the beginning and historical context of trade between America and China. • Chinese tea was English national drink. Average London worker spent large % of household budget to purchase it. East India Company merchandize product from Far East. • Tea drinking mark of gentility in America. • Until Revolution, American traders relied on England for tea. • East India Company enjoyed monopoly on Tea in Canton. • 1767 Townshend Act import duties on tea. • Boston Tea Party of December 1773 (tea from Fujian dumped in harbor). • [Exhibit 1: Map of tea trade] SINO-AMERICAN TRADE IN 19th CENTURY (1/2 PAGE) • 1784: Empress of China, first American ship to enter Chinese waters. Loaded with ginseng to trade for tea. • Chinese-American tea trade increased steadily after 1785. Average of 36 ships a year arriving in Canton in 1800s. • [Exhibit 2: Tea Imports from China, American vs Europe, by amount, % of total trade] • During Napoleonic War, United States reaped large commercial profits from its policy of political neutrality. In 1811, Americans gained second place in Canton’s foreign trade. • Americans possessed few items that Chinese wanted to buy. In payment for tea, Americans initially exported ginseng and sandalwood (from Hawaii), then turned to fur (trading with Indians). There was little demand for American cotton. • During 1820s to 1830s, Americans traded opium. It was a relatively small part of trade ($275,000 out of $9 million of trade in 1836). Americans had to get opium from Turkey, inferior to Indian supply. America had no more than 10% of China market. Demand for tea continued to rise. TRIANGULAR TRADE (1/2 PAGE) • America exported specie (metal money) to make up for the trade deficit. Between 1805 to 1814, exported $22 million, about 70% of total exports. Between 1816 to 1844, 65% of total export. • Baltimore clippers were first built as small, fast sailing vessels for trade around the coastlines of the United States and the Caribbean Islands. They were especially suited to moving low-density, high value perishable cargoes. • Triangular trade: America shipped produce to Europe or South America. Proceeds in Spanish dollars transmitted to China to finance tea. Tea was shipped from Canto to America, specie transported to China because an absence of any banking facility. • China’s currency: copper for small payments, silver for land tax. Internal exchange rate is 1000 copper for 1 tael of silver.
Skills: Creative writing History
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I am looking for a freelancer who can help me manage all of my social media accounts on 3 of my accounts. 1. Must be able to increase my followers on Instagram organically (no buying likes or followers,) 2. Need engagement on Facebook, Instagram & You Tube. Be on my accounts liking and comments. 3. I need someone to post all of my social media platform. I will provide most posts and schedule via Schedagram. 4. Posting & monitoring contests/ giveaways/promos. Would like you to provide ideas. 5. YouTube Video Editing & posting. 6. Weekly newsletters and blog posts. 7. Must have good communication skills. English only. Looking forward to working with some one who is full of creative ideas!
Skills: Creative writing Blog Writing Email Marketing Facebook Marketing
Fixed Price Budget - Intermediate ($$) - $700 to $1,100 - Posted
Looking for an experience e-commerce content writer to perform the following tasks: - Write/Rewrite meta descriptions for 2773 products - In future will require to write content for product and product collection pages Candidates with experience writing for apparel related websites would be advantageous There is also ongoing work available for the successful candidate if they perform to expectations. Attached to this job post is a csv containing a small sample of the type of products rewrites. In your application, please submit meta descriptions for each item to evaluate
Skills: Creative writing Content Writing
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Hi! I'm Pete, and I am looking for a capable Virtual Assistance to help me with my Graduate school life! As an entrepreneur, I would like to spend my focus on developing my start-up, but you never get want you really want so I decide to work smart for it! Sometime ago, I browse through your Gig page and added to my favorite list! Please let me know if you are interested in the long-term working relationship? What is your availability? What is your talent? What do you expect from this working relationship? What should I expect from this relationship? Please get back to me as soon as possible since time is tight for me so I have to interview multiple talents! First come first serve, since one of my expectation is Responsiveness! Thanks
Skills: Creative writing Internet research Presentations Project Planning