Environmental/Health Editor

Admin Support Other - Admin Support Posted 2 years ago

Fixed Price

Delivery by September 30, 2013




We have a website that focuses on environmental, health and nutrition information. We need you to go through 6000 news stories and pick out the most important few lines of the whole article and post them onto our website. You must be an expert in environmental issues as well as health and nutrition issues. You must be an expert in understanding what are the most important points in entire article and pick them out and post them onto our website. You quickly skim the article, pull out the most important few sentences and add them to our website. When you pulled out the sentences you would only take sentences that were one right after another. You would not take sentences from different parts of the story. You would just find the most important content and take that sentence or sentences and post it to our website. We would train you exactly how to do this. You would be paid $ 300 to pick out the most important content from each of the 6000 environmental and health/nutrition stories that we have. For each of the 6000 stories you need to fill out 5 columns on a spreadsheet explaining the website the information is from, the author of the content, the link to the content, the date of when the story is from and what category it goes in. Once this project is over we will have more stories to continue with. You must be an excellent leader, you must be able to quickly find the most important content in the story and cut and paste it. You must be extremely passionate and interested in the subject matter. We will train you.

Thank you for your time

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