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Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
I am looking for someone to harvest email addresses from www.checkatrade.com. I will supply you with the category ( i.e. plumber ) and the postcode. You will then go on the site and go through every entry and record the email address and if they have a current website (yes or no ) indicated on an excel spreadsheet I am will to pay $5 for every 500 entries you harvest with correct email addresses. I am looking for someone to start asap. Many Thanks WhatsInMedia
Skills: Microsoft Excel Data Entry Internet research Web Services
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
We need researchers to do research and build a database of companies in specific categories in specific USA metropolitan areas. There are many categories and many cities, so we will need this as ongoing work. Research to be entered in Google Sheets (which will be provided). Fields needed: --- Company name --- Address (street, city, state, ZIP code) --- Telephone number --- Website address --- URL of source Fields desired: --- Email contact address If a company lacks data for one or more fields, that entry will be accepted, but data completeness will earn a performance bonus. A list of metropolitan areas will be provided; ZIP codes in those areas can be provided, if needed. Your quote must include: --- price per hour --- price per hour if we can guarantee 40 hours of work --- price per hour if we can guarantee 100 hours of work --- links or references to similar work you have done in the past --- how many hours per week you are available
  • Number of freelancers needed: 3
Skills: Microsoft Excel Data Entry Internet research Market research
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
This job is to match the correct ebay category to the same Amazon Category. We have 3 spreadsheets with 20,000 ebay category id's that need to be matched to 50,000 amazon categories. The job needs to be completed within 1 week. This can be completed through some excel macro and excel formulas or coding. But it is important that every category match exactly. Please complete the attached test file. Place the correct ebay category ID in the Amazon Spreadsheet. Please message me if you need the ebay category source file.
  • Number of freelancers needed: 3
Skills: Microsoft Excel Data Entry eBay Listing/Writing PHP
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
We are currently seeking data entry professional The selected candidate will be responsible for verifying & imputing volume of Data entry. You will be required to demonstrate accuracy and excellent administration skills, Strong Data entry experience MS Office proficient Data correction Speed and accuracy
Skills: Microsoft Excel
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Most of us get nervous at the thought of being judged for our every word. In theory, a job interview should be a mutually investigative event between a potential employer and a potential employee, each thoroughly and unbiasedly evaluating the other to determine the potential professional fit. However, most of the time, a job interview boils down to how good of an impression you make on your prospective employer. If you say the right things at the right time, you might land the job regardless of your résumé or skill set. Say the wrong thing at the wrong time, and all your experience might go down the drain. The power of a single word can sometimes sway this critical impression, and if you want to be successful, you'll have to steer clear of some of the worst offenders: 1. Hate. The word hate implies a few things about your character. First, that you carry strong negative feelings with you. Employers want employees who try to find the positive side of things, so even if you do hate something, you can always find a better way to position that sentiment. Second, it shows that you have little tact; an interview is hardly the place to complain about something you don't like, whether that's your previous job or the traffic on the highway you used to get in. Try framing your expression in a more positive light; rather than saying, "I hated my old job," you can say, "At my old job, I felt I wasn't seeing my true potential." 2. No. Throughout your career, you're going to have to say no. In fact, saying no can actually work in your favor when it's used in the right context and protects your interests. But in the context of a job interview, there's never a good reason to say no. For example, imagine the interviewer asks you, "Would you be willing to do x for the company?" If you say no, you could immediately disqualify yourself from consideration. If you mitigate your answer with a "possibly" or a "maybe, depending on," you'll position yourself more positively and keep yourself in the running. 3. Basically. Basically has become an overused filler word, and using it more than once could make your potential employer believe you don't think through your sentences. But even more than that, basically covers up details, which will lead to unwanted speculation. For example, your interviewer asks you what your greatest accomplishment was for your previous company. You reply, "Basically, I helped increase sales by x." That "basically" implies ambiguity. Does it mean you only marginally affected the outcome? Does it mean you were a part of a team that accomplished it? Does it mean that figure is not entirely accurate? These are questions you don't want to raise. 4. Dedicated. The word dedicated has been used in so many interviews that most interviewers can actually feel their blood pressure rise when they hear it. It's a buzzword, plain and simple, and if you truly are dedicated, your work history and upcoming performance should be able to show it. Along these same lines, you might want to also avoid the word motivated. 5. Experience. Experience, like basically, is ambiguous, and cloaks the meaning of whatever it is you're trying to say. For example, if you say something like "I have experience in graphic design," that doesn't exactly mean anything. Instead of vaguely describing your familiarity with a topic, specifically outline your expertise. List the credentials you have, or mention a specific accomplishment. The more detailed you are in describing your actual experience, the better. Don't cop out with a general term. 6. Hard-working. Nobody is going to come to an interview and claim to be lazy. People who want a job are going to describe themselves as "hard-working." Not everyone is going to be able to prove that. Rather than telling your interviewer that you're a hard-working individual, show off how and in what context you work hard. For example, you can tell the story about how you worked through a weekend to create a perfect report, or mention how you haven't taken a sick day in two years.
Skills: Microsoft Excel Article Writing Data Entry Graphic design
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
I am looking for someone to put together a spreadsheet of all expired Stormwater Management System Permits in the Hillsborough, Pinellas, and Pasco County. Search will include water management district and Florida Department of Environmental Protection. Final product will be a compilation of the Permit Number, Agency, Owner, Contact info, date permit expired, and downloaded permit.
Skills: Microsoft Excel Internet research
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Hi there, I'm looking to give you a 5/5 star rating and give you ongoing work. As long as the work is completed successfully. I need someone who will go through a yelp.com.au , and obtain the website URL, the email of the business and the phone number if available. This will lead to ongoing work thanks I'm only interested in freelancers who charge under $5/hr This will only be a few hours work to start, but will likely lead to more if a successful job is completed. Thanks, Caleb
Skills: Microsoft Excel Data Entry Data scraping Internet research
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
I need someone who is savvy and comfortable with excel and csv files to clean up our database of baby products and select the proper category depending on what the item is.
  • Number of freelancers needed: 5
Skills: Microsoft Excel Data Entry
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