For this job, we need people to figure out the standard formatting for a company's email address. We will provide example emails for each company, and you will need to look at the list of examples and choose the correct category for the email formatting.
This first job is a short test one, if you preform well on this, we will have a lot more of this work available.
The goal is to figure out the standard formatting for a company's email address. For example: Bob Jones could be Bob@company.com or Bob.Jones@company.com or BJones@company, or JonesB@ etc…
Example spreadsheet (all work done in this): https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AoS968YXEc8EdGplX0xCeUlDV21QbkJVSmFiLXl2QXc#gid=6
1. For each row, click on the "mail format Link" (Column F), which will open a website with lists of emails from that company.
2. Quickly scan the list of emails and figure out the standard email format that that particular company uses for it's employee emails.
Hourly - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week -
Performs analytical work including data analysis of carrier performance.
Identifies trends and issues, evaluates and presents solutions for issue identified.
This includes working with programming to develop technical solutions that improve audit performance of carriers.
Analysis on carriers includes but is not limited to: analysis of audits conducted,
Identifies and continually seeks new sources of recoveries.
Recommends and presents strategies to increase recoveries or new revenue opportunities.
Is focused on improving cost of processing with each assigned carrier.
Ensuring that we are continually removing claims that carriers would not reimburse, as well as working towards ensuring all transactions are performed electronically.
Identities carrier processing issues and provides solutions to maximize recoveries and reduce operational expense.
Interacts routinely with both internal constituents and external carrier contacts.
Ability to communicate with...
I have 1000 business cards that I need entered into a spreadsheet. The photos of the business cards will be uploaded to Google Drive & shared with you. The spreadsheet is to be created as a Google Spreadsheet in Google Drive. Accuracy is essential
Fields required are
- First Name
- Last Name
- Email Address
- Mobile/Cell Phone Number
- Postcode/Zip Code
- Business Name
Required within 12 hours of this posting being created
Hourly - Est. Time: More than 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week -
We are seeking a passionate blogger and social media enthusiast to lead PR campaigns. Responsibilities include posting to social media, blogging, writing press releases, and conducting interviews with Pro Basketball Players and other Personnel.
Familiarity with the following are preferred but not required: hootsuite, podio, facebook, and twitter
Join the team of rapidly expanding international sports agency!
Hourly - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week -
Currently our employees use a spreadsheet to handle their client pipeline. You can imagine a spreadsheet with the following fields:
Property|Address|Ownership Company|Contact Name|Phone Number| Email|Notes|Follow up date
All of these fields, save for the last two, are perfect for a spreadsheet type view. Notes however look terrible in a cell. Instead, we would like to create an interface that would anchor on the side of the screen that could hold notes/photos, whatever. I've built something similar for Excel using OneNote and leveraging VBA to link them (see attached photo). We are open to different solutions to bring this to google sheets. Google Notes does not have an API that I am aware of, so alternative solutions might be:
- Using Evernote and their API
- Using Google Docs
- Creating a custom interface using Google Apps UI Class or HTML Class
A nice to have for this project (and worthy of bonus cash) would be the tie in to a calendar. We currently use outlook for all...
I am looking to hire someone who can WEB RESEARCH + DATA ENTRY for 100 schools.You are looking for the start and end date for the fall term and the spring term.
However you can access this information is up to you(scraping,web searches, etc)
This task is simple and anyone can do it.
1. Copy+Paste college name into web browser.
2. Search for the fall and Spring term dates for when classes start and when they end.
TIP: Information can be found by typing in school name and then writing the word academic calendar, for instance Adirondack Community College Academic Calender
Once you are hired I will share you a google documents containing the school list!
DATE FORMAT SHOULD BE LIKE THIS [0/0/2015] - NOT LIKE THIS [Wednesday - 08 - 2015] -
Deadline: Sunday, August 3rd(California) by the end of the day
Hourly - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week -
We are looking for overnight help organizing daily reports from several sources into one, concise Google Sheet with easy-to-read graphics to monitor daily trends. Seven days a week - holidays are negotiable.
The data comes in from several systems overnight, so someone in the Eastern Asia (UTC+08:00) or closeby would be ideal. We are looking for delivery no later than 8AM EST (New York, USA).
Tools used to date - if you have better ways, we are open to using something else:
- Google Docs
- Google Sheets
- Google Analytics
- DFP (delivered via .csv on a daily basis)
- Multiple Programmatic impression tracker tools (training/walkthrough provided)
IMPORTANT: If you do not answer the screening questions, your application will not be considered.
I have a Google Spreadsheet that automatically pulls into the summary of Arabic news from several different sources. It only includes yesterday's news (according to London time) so all of the data changes a few minutes after midnight.
This task is to find a way to turn this data into an RSS feed that I can send out via MailChimp. Here is the link:
The number of entries will change each day but the data will remain in exactly the same format.
Hourly - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 10-30 hrs/week -
Once a day the freelancer will:
- Aggregate news articles from a variety of provided websites
- Enter the content of those articles into a google sheet
- Categorize the articles based on simple, provided rules