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Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Hello! I need a Virtual Assistant (VA) who would gather profitable and popular AMAZON search keywords and ideas for T-SHIRTS similar to those that are selling already, and put them into spreadsheet for me. Low competition (not many listings that are up), high rankings. The t-shirts cannot be related to trademarked phrases or images. It would be the best if you would already have experience with this kind of job (as if you already did or you do it for someone else). I will need tens, and later hundreds of ideas. Please post in your job offer an example of profitable t-shirt idea. (Link to Amazon search result, keywords).
Skills: Microsoft Excel Amazon Webstore Data Analytics Data Entry
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I need someone to cold call law firms and marketing firms in New York City with 200 employees or more and ask for the name and phone number for the person that plans parties and events. (For example, holiday parties, networking events or team building events.) I would like a list of 500 businesses in an Excel or Google Sheets doc with the information below: Relevant Info: BUSINESS NAME, BUSINESS WEBSITE, CONTACT NAME, JOB TITLE, PHONE NUMBER, Phone numbers are required. Many thanks, Will
Skills: Microsoft Excel Cold calling Data Entry
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $463 - Posted
We are looking for transcribers who can transcribe verbatim in Excel with timecode at the beginning of each sentence or two. We would like to distribute this job among a number of transcribers so they can complete the work quickly. We have a number of files, each roughly between 1 hour and 2 hours long and we can pay $40/audio hour. DEADLINE: Monday, August 22nd at 7:30am EST. Here are the instructions for transcribing verbatim in Excel with timecode at the beginning of each sentence (or new speaker, as shown in the example attached) -- 1. Use ellipses "..." to indicate pauses in the middle of sentences, and use dashes "--" when someone stutters or corrects themselves quickly or when they are interrupted. 2. Make sure anything that grammatically should be the end of a sentence is marked with a period. 3. Indicate all stutters with dashes between words: the -- the -- the 4. To the extent possible, add ", um," and ", uh," wherever they are prominently said. Don't kill yourself with this one, just add when prominent. 5. Change abbreviations or slang to formal word (even if the speaker clearly says it in a slang way). For example, 'cuz = because, sayin' = saying, gonna = going to. 6. Add brackets with the word "interruption" if there is a clear break in continuity like when someone says they need to fix a light or the mic, etc...: [interruption] 7. Look up recurring names in Colby's glossary to make sure that they are spelled correctly. If it's just said once or twice, no need to take the time to look it up, but if you're unsure of the spelling, make sure to change font color to red for the words that are unclear so that the reader knows that transcriber is uncertain of spelling. 8. Similarly, if transcriber is uncertain of what is being said in the sentence, they can give it their best shot, but make sure to change font color to red for the words that are unclear so that the reader knows that the transcriber was unsure. 9. While the general idea is to create a new row with a new time code every 20 seconds or so, it's more important that the division between rows is determined by the end of a sentence, since we don't want to break up sentences. 10. ** Transcribers DO NOT need to follow the same rules of transcription for the questioners, the questions can be paraphrased (not word for word). Use the attached spreadsheet as an example. Note: you will need to sign a non-disclosure agreement, so please provide your email address.
Skills: Microsoft Excel Proofreading Transcription
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
• Past experience with lead generation using online software tools – LinkedIn, Google, prospect websites and other sites • Primary role will be identifying prospect accounting firm practitioner prospects within defined geographical suburbs in Australia and finding as much contact information as possible – Name, Title, email address, phone number (Direct Dial), company name * Cross check details to Accounting Firm website • Build Spread sheets with prospect data (WE WILL PAY $0.25 PER LEAD FOR THIS WORK - target 200 leads per suburb) Project Type: One-time project Other Skills: Lead generation
Skills: Microsoft Excel Data scraping Lead generation Market research
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
The objective is to create a database of detailed contacts for a selected kind of website owners. We will provide a data base with thousands of websites that will have to be segmented throughout specific segmentation requests. You will need to look inside the website for specific info such as in google to gain more info we may request. After the first-day of work, we'll check the quality and quantity of data found, and we'll decide if to continue or not with the contractor. Contractor needs to be able to think independently, be reliable and trustworthy and experienced with segmentation and data driven. We are looking for quality work.
Skills: Microsoft Excel Data Entry Data mining Data scraping
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We are looking for a part-time virtual assistant for a consultant of a business solutions company who can conduct basic training, take policies and procedures handed by the consultant and impart the same to the organization. A VA will do the ff: - do occasional researching - answer emails and handling tasks from the consultant - take policies and procedures from the consultant - carry out those procedures and policies to the staff Skills: -Must have strong English communication skills both written and oral -Must have great time management and organizational skills -Must be experienced in training an organization (employees/staff) The Logistics: There will be a weekly basis call with the consultant and email communication in between
Skills: Microsoft Excel Administrative Support Content Writing Internet research