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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
We want to produce 12 articles targeted at business owners from a CPAs perspective – topics CPAs think business owners should care about when running, growing, and selling their companies. We will provide you with 12 article ideas including 2-5 possible topics per article. It will be your job to adequately research the ideas and topics, pick an article angle, and develop the article to a quality that a CPA would be pleased to send it to their clients and prospects. Articles should be between 1000 and 1500 words. Sample topics include: Valuation Exit planning Benefits of audits It would be helpful for you to have a finance background: accounting, investment banking, advanced business, etc. Please be prepared to provide samples of other financial writing. More information provided on engagement.
Skills: Financial Writing
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $20 - Posted
I’m using angular.js to validate user inputs in a form that is created using an ng-repeat. So essentially I have an array of strings(barcodes) I loop through and display, I also display an input field. The user is going to use a barcode scanner, think of it like a copy/paste effect, to enter strings into the input fields. If the barcode doesn’t match the string thats next to it than it should alert the user and clear the input field. I’ve done some research and testing and it seems that using a ng-blur or a directive would be the best solution. However I’m new working with angular and cannot figure it out. I'm also looking to for an individual who is interested in working with me in the future on projects with a fixed price for specific feature builds. Let me know if your interested.
Skills: AngularJS CSS HTML jQuery
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $25 - Posted
We have a client in the restaurant sector, specializing in Creole. We assist them with their social media, part of our monthly service includes the writing and posting (using Hootsuite) of a series of Facebook status updates. We need a writer to handle this task. This job requires a batch of content written and delivered (according to Hootsuite specs) before May 9th. It will then turn into an on-going project, requiring a batch of content written and delivered (according to Hootsuite specs) by the 21st of each month *IMPORTANT* we are asking ONLY for the content creation - writing. We post the updates - we simply want you to write Facebook updates and deliver them to us in Hootsuite batch upload format (a simple CSV spreadsheet.) We require ONE UPDATE per workday (5 per week) per month (20-22 updates.) We expect you will consider the calendar and review the client website for appropriate content ideas. We anticipate you are a skilled social media writer and excel at creative and engaging updates for client channels like Facebook. Updates need to vary in length (typically 3-7 sentences) and as you might expect, not be overly promotional. They can link back to aspects of the client website and should be a mix of information, educational and so forth. [We want to work with good people and are offering $25 for the 20-22 monthly updates ... that's about $1.25 per update.] Applying: Along with your cover letter, please submit 5-10 samples of posts you have written or other writing samples that demonstrate your style. Also, ensure the first word of your application is [GOAT]. Failure to include this code word will result in your application being rejected as it proves you don't read instructions! We thank you in advance for applying. Please note, the successful contractor will be required to agree to maintain confidentiality and not solicit our client. We look forward to working with you and wish you the best!
Skills: Content Writing Facebook Marketing HootSuite Social Media Marketing
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $400 - Posted
Hello I am looking for someone to help market my eBook. I am not quite done with it but looking to sell a cookbook with popular Pinterest recipes on Amazon and other means needed. I would like to know the cost to get the marketing done right as well as what steps you would think is the best to get this to the public. It is just one book right now but may expand to more. Not sure on the price so please bid what you think is fair. Thanks
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $350 - Posted
As the title says, I need ~24 blog posts of approximately 400-500 words each, and an accompanying creative commons image. You will be writing a report-style post about a project for each post. I will supply the URL of the projects in question, so there's no "research" involved. You will need to be able to figure out what the project is about from the URL, and write about it in an upbeat and engaging way. I'll supply previous examples so you'll have an idea as to style and format. Note: The content you'll be reading and writing about will be science related, however, its intended for a lay audience, so shouldn't be difficult for you to understand. Please provide a couple of blog post writing examples in your cover letter. Thanks!
Skills: Content Writing
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $250 - Posted
I want a funny explainer video for Launchscore.com. You can use screen casts from the website. Fast-paced action needed. You supply voice...preferably American accent. Funny scenario wanted. You are on a date and dreaming about starting a small business...then your date says: did you check the launchscore? You check it, and it is pretty high, validating your idea.
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $200 - Posted
One of the business is a furniture and home decor store that focuses on selling modern, mid-century, Scandinavian and Japanese-inspired furniture and also on small space living. Along the lines of wayfair.com and onekingslane.com but on a smaller scale. Second is a fashion store selling up and coming local and worldwide brands. The styles will focused on urban/street, contemporary, classic clothing. Along the lines of http://www.mrporter.com/, http://www.zumiez.com, https://www.jackthreads.com/ca. Third is a site that sells a variety of products, something very similar to www.shop.ca. Feel free to ask any questions​ you may have. thannk you