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Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
My startup sells software to registered dietitians which allows them to conduct HIPAA compliant video consultations with their patients and monitor their patients' diet and lifestyle using wearable devices such as Fitbit and our mobile app which allows patients to take pictures of their food. I need to create a list of 1,000 private practice dietitians that are offering consultations to their patients online via Skype. Here are some examples of those practices: https://www.simplynutritiondietitians.com.au/skype-consultations.html http://www.thefitdietitian.com/skype-consultations.html http://www.tabbydietitian.co.uk/on-line-clinic The Google search that I did to find these was "Skype dietitian" without quotes. You could also search for "online nutrition counseling" Would it be possible for you to create a list of 1,000 private practice dietitians that offer Skype or phone consultations with their patients? They need to be small private practices and not big healthcare systems. Please find 1,000 of these and make sure they offer online Skype consultations or phone via their website. Please create a spreadsheet with one column that has the URL of their website and send it to me. Just go on Google and use the search terms like "online nutrition counseling", "Skype dietitian," "private practice dietitian phone consultations" etc. Best, Laurence
Skills: Internet research
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $200 - Posted
Hey there! First off, thank you so much for taking the time to check out this job listing. The job itself is to write a detailed e-book of about 12,500 to 14,000 words (or more if necessary) on the topic of "being an introvert" and how to overcome the whole "introvert" thing as a whole. This should include topics like: - the different scenarios in which a person might find difficult (because of introversion) - ways to break out of the cycle (how being an introvert holds you back) - the whole introvert 101 breakdown - recognizing your strengths, overcoming shyness, etc. - any other relative topics to introversion I don't have a particular outline written up for this project, so we will have to collaborate on that based on the above information and so on. So, be prepared to talk about that during the interview - I don't bite, I promise! I'm looking for at least 10 chapters, not including the introduction and conclusion. I can provide you with a sort of "template" you can use to format the e-book so that we save time on that part. In terms of writing this e-book and the style: You don't need to focus on keyword density or SEO or any of that stuff. The book should be written in an almost conversational tone, but still remain very informative and helpful. It should not be written in a stale, lifeless tone or style. So any sort of inspiration or emotion that you can interject will be very helpful. To help you out in determining if this project is for you, I've attached a ZIP file that contains the outline and other materials (articles, ebooks, etc) so that you can look through them and get some insight towards the project. After we go back and forth and check the sections you've written, we can decide on a proper flow and order and you can write any additional content to make the chapters float from one section to the next (if that makes sense). If you think this project is for you, please go ahead and apply to this job with the rate that you're willing to do the entire e-book project for. I am most comfortable with paying around $1 per 100 words, but am open to discussion since this project is a bit larger.
Skills: Research Content Writing Writing
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $175 - Posted
Clinton First 100 Days Concept I need a 3,000-word piece that provides a political analysis of the first 100 days of Hillary Clinton’s presidency. It should provide a background to the 100-day concept (maximal political power wanes quickly, so the window of opportunity is a narrow one), and then do the following: 1. Provide context for the concept, which dates back to FDR and is the primary metric by which every President has been judged since that time, by identifying the top priorities that were pursued by previous Presidents (perhaps Regan through Obama). 2. From there the article need to address, “Why concentrate on Hillary” as a pivot (because Trump can’t win; witness his electoral challenges in the key swing states- he is losing traditional GOP states like Colorado and Virginia, and is struggling in others, like Ohio, where the Republican Governor, Kasich, refuses to endorse him. And now, Marco Rubio in Florida is after him because of Trump’s alleged illegal business dealings in Cuba over the course of the last couple of decades, in violation of the embargo). 3. Then, on to Hillary’s top priorities for her first 100 days. Several top contenders. Day one is likely to find her posting a Supreme Court nominee, and working to fill her Cabinet posts- half with women. And then it’s off to the policy issues: Immigration, a whopping 300 billion dollar infrastructure investment program, Gun Control, raising the federal minimum wage, tax reform, and so on. Her broader platform focuses heavily on reducing income inequality, with promises to raise the minimum wage and close a tax loopholes for hedge fund managers early in her first term. These, and other planks of her platform are designed to win over supporters of her vanquished primary rival, Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT), as she seeks to shore-up her base to the Left, including the Far Left. Our bets for top priorities in her first 100 days? Immigration reform and infrastructure investment. Why? Both are areas where she could earn support from business and labor groups as she seeks to cultivate allies in Congress. This would give her a balance of international and national frontrunner issues. Immigration, in particular, is a flashpoint of contention right now internationally, and an issue that Trump has successfully capitalized on in his bid for the Presidency. It will only grow in importance in the foreseeable future, and a fair and sound immigration policy provides the ideal opportunity to help Clinton grow her base of Hispanic supporters against her Republican opponent, Donald Trump.
Skills: Internet research Academic Writing