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Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $200 - Posted
We have an Australia Wide Childcare leads list that needs email addresses. Need to contact or search email addresses and update worksheet.
Skills: Microsoft Excel
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
We are a car dealership in Canada that works with customers in the United States. I have a spreadsheet that details every Ford dealership in the US, and I need to have the contact information (full name, phone number, fax, and email address) for the Used Car Sales Manager at every location in Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Oregon added to it (127 in total). For the majority of the locations, you will be able to find the required information on the dealership's website, usually on the Contact or Meet the Team pages (websites for each location are listed in the spreadsheet). In the very rare instance that the Used Car Sales Manger is not listed on the site, you will need to call the main number listed for that dealership and request the information from the receptionist. I did a random sampling of ten different websites from the list, and all ten of them had the Used Car Sales Manager's contact information directly on the site. However, I did want to mention the possibility of calling, just in case there are one or two that don't have it listed. As such, you will need to have a nation-wide calling plan in the United States, as we will not be able to offer reimbursement on long-distance charges if you are calling out of State/Country. Down the road, we will be looking for these same updates for the various other manufactures (Dodge, Chevy, etc) so this will be an ongoing project until we have all of the information completed.
Skills: Microsoft Excel Data Entry
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We are an Australian Online Retailer. We use a CSV Shipping File with price tiers to certain locations, to Australia's 16500 postcodes/suburbs. We are wanting to simplify our shipping at the front end with Flat Rate Table Rates, for UX. So working from our Freight CSV Weekly Invoices, and other data, we are wanting to create a simple Table Rate that we can display on each product page of our website, that is easy to understand, and has the functionality to recoup our average courier spend. We require metro areas to be subsidised, with outer metro areas, and regional to be more expensive. We want to drive conversion to the main metro areas, and get that web traffic converting much higher, without losing our shirt! We have all the required data, that needs to be collated and condensed into one easy CSV file for the back end, and a simple table rate for the front end (product page) Also where possible we would like to utilise bulky items surcharges on selected products, so we can further cheapen our CSV file across the main stream of products. We have all data available to make the job smooth and easy! regards Cameron
Skills: Microsoft Excel Algorithms Data Science Data Structures
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Hi there! I'm building an excel spreadsheet tool that allows us to bulk upload 72 ads into FB power editor at a time (we have 18 locations and each has 4 custom audiences based on different attributes). I have most of it figured out, but I don't have a lot of experience with FB Power Editor (e.g., why does the import template have 68 columns, but the exported data has 219 columns!?). I'm running into some formatting issues with trying to get over the hump. I also don't fully understand if we can do certain things that we want to (e.g., upload multiple images with each ad like we do when manually creating sponsored posts). Would love to find a ninja on this that we could use on an ongoing basis. We spend over $1 million per year on Facebook with multiple agencies, but I know there are some things we can do much better. Just need some help on the execution!! Would be great to get help on this tonight ... I'll be awake until I figure it out one way or the other! :) Looking forward to working with someone. -Stan
Skills: Microsoft Excel Facebook Marketing
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We are looking for self motivated and trainable individuals. This is one of the easiest sales you can come across as a closer. All Leads are Hot Outbound Leads at your disposal. Weekly Commissions Paid You must be able to speak and communicate coherently in English Must have a Skype account Knowledge of Excel Spreadsheet Hourly pay, plus bonus for every lead closed.
Skills: Microsoft Excel English Telephone Handling
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Who are we? Authors of the an online course and interactive community for high school students and their parents, designed to help them make better decisions about college, career, and money. What are we looking for? We are looking for a telemarketing professional who can cold call a list of PTA parents and high school guidance counselors that we have purchased. Our hope is to find parent volunteers in the PTA or some other school parents organization who can help us spread the word about our online course to as many parents and students at their school as possible. We will be acquiring a list of 5,000 names, 2,200 PTA parent leaders and 2,800 high school guidance and college counselors. We plan to have a telemarketing professional call a portion of this list to test our marketing strategy, and then either proceed or change strategies based on our results.
Skills: Microsoft Excel Telemarketing
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
Preference given to applicants who can action this work ASAP. I have a range of odds from a number of bookmakers for a large number of Olympic Events. I have created commonality around the naming of the events, however, I am encountering issues due to different naming conventions e.g. "first name last name (country)", "last name first name country". I want to be able to create a database by feeding in the spreadsheets/data, then a database of odds are compiled by event with each bookmaker being identified. I am IT literate so can be taught (I think!) with relative ease but have no programming experience. I am open to software being used but this would need to be able to be spat out into CSV,
Skills: Microsoft Excel Database design SQL