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  • The No-Brainer Correlations Between Blogging and Social Media

    Freelance Writing Jobs | A Freelance Writing Community and Freelance Writing Jobs Resource
    FWJ
    21 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    Editor’s note: This post was written by Aby League, a qualitative researcher and a passionate writer. She is an innovator and technology enthusiast. She has been writing about health, psychology, home improvement and technology. You can see more of her articles on Elite Daily. To know her more, follow @abyleague on Twitter. Today, blogs and social media platforms are doing wonders for the business community. They allow businesses to promote their brands across large audiences, as well as help them build brand identity and trust among customers. However, for this approach to be…
  • How To Supercharge Your Writing – Use This Cinematic Technique

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    C.S. Lakin
    21 Oct 2014 | 12:11 pm
    Would you like to know how to supercharge your writing? Today, novelists are using cinematic technique to create visually dynamic scenes. Readers, used to watching movies and TV, have come to expect a more “cinematic” experience when they read. They want to watch the story unfold before their eyes rather than be told what is happening in summary or exposition. In film, the story is conveyed visually by a series of camera shots which are edited together to create each scene. Novelists can do the same in their writing by the deliberate use of “camera shots.” The…
  • Client Interaction Fundamentals

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    Christina Gillick
    29 Sep 2014 | 12:03 pm
    Today we’re giving you a sneak peek inside our “Anatomy Of A $9,750 Website Build.” This will give you an opportunity to see actual lessons from the training we have available. These previews will each feature an entire lesson from the training, including everything you’ll get when you sign up. We hope this will give you a [...] The post Client Interaction Fundamentals appeared first on Freelance Folder.
  • Automatic Creativity: How to Make Creative Thinking into a Habit

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    David Masters
    20 Oct 2014 | 5:14 am
    In the 21st century, ideas are valuable. That's because we live in an information economy.A century ago, value was created through manufacturing. You took raw materials and used them to create a product. You then sold the product for more than you paid for the raw materials. By turning raw materials into a product, you created value and thus you made money.In the information economy, value isn't created by shaping raw materials into products. It's created through ideas. As such, the better you are at coming up with effective ideas, the more value you create.In an information economy, it…
  • Why companies that rely on open-source projects must insist on a strong, enforceable code of conduct

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    Jonathan Vanian
    25 Oct 2014 | 8:00 am
    With strong personalities at play and a lack of any legal recourse, companies involved with open-source projects may get more than they bargain for when harassment and even death threats occur…
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    Freelance Writing Jobs | A Freelance Writing Community and Freelance Writing Jobs Resource

  • The No-Brainer Correlations Between Blogging and Social Media

    FWJ
    21 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    Editor’s note: This post was written by Aby League, a qualitative researcher and a passionate writer. She is an innovator and technology enthusiast. She has been writing about health, psychology, home improvement and technology. You can see more of her articles on Elite Daily. To know her more, follow @abyleague on Twitter. Today, blogs and social media platforms are doing wonders for the business community. They allow businesses to promote their brands across large audiences, as well as help them build brand identity and trust among customers. However, for this approach to be…
  • Freelance Writing Jobs for October 21, 2014

    Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    21 Oct 2014 | 4:00 am
    Good morning, everyone. Here are your freelance writing jobs for today. Good luck! Freelance Writing Jobs Content Writing Jobs Content Creator (Remote) Website Content Redo – 50 Articles Healthcare Freelance Content Writer (Manhattan/Remote) Freelance Craft Beer Writers (NYC/Other Cities) Experienced Writer for SEO Content (Remote) Blogging Jobs Freelance Bloggers for Trucking Industry (Anywhere) Digital Marketing Blogger (Online) Relationship and Men’s Lifestyle Blogger Photography Blogger 10 Ways to Let Your Competition Be Your Guide Copywriting Jobs Freelance Copywriter and…
  • Freelance Writing Jobs for October 20, 2014

    Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    20 Oct 2014 | 4:00 am
    The start of a week is always refreshing, because we can start fresh somehow. How are you going to make your week a good one? Here’s something that will help – some freelance writing jobs. Good luck! Freelance Writing Jobs Content Writing Jobs Legal Writer (Telecommute) Contract Web Content Writer (Seattle Area) Writer for Modular Building FAQ Creative Content Writer for New Website (Anywhere) Hair Fashion Writers Part-time Writers for Tech Site (Telecommute) Freelancing Lifestyle = A Different Kind of Stress Blogging Jobs Online Magazine Bloggers Weekly Blogger for Graves…
  • 7 Forms of Freelance Writer Payment You Can Accept

    Jodee Redmond
    19 Oct 2014 | 6:36 pm
    Have you ever had a client ask what forms of freelance writer payment you accept? Do you list them on your website so that clients know up front which ones are available to them? You have several options available and by offering more choices, you may be able to increase your client base. Some clients have distinct preferences about how they pay their invoices. If you want to work with them, showing some flexibility in the way you accept payments will help you to land a contract. Some potential clients will visit your site and not even make contact if their preferred method of payment is not…
  • Freelance Writing Jobs for October 17, 2014

    Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    17 Oct 2014 | 4:00 am
    Good Friday morning to you all! Have you been looking forward to this day all week? To be honest, I haven’t; but here we are, and here are your freelance writing jobs. See you on Monday! Freelance Writing Jobs Content Writing Jobs Writers for Content Marketing (Telecommute) SEO Content Writer (San Diego) Commercial Real Estate Content Writer and Researcher (Phoenix) Contributing Writers for Men’s Lifestyle Shop and Journal Classic Car Writer 15 Places to Find Stock Images for Blog Posts and Websites Blogging Jobs Mom Bloggers (Telecommute) Real Estate Blogger (Telecommute) Hip…
 
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  • How To Supercharge Your Writing – Use This Cinematic Technique

    C.S. Lakin
    21 Oct 2014 | 12:11 pm
    Would you like to know how to supercharge your writing? Today, novelists are using cinematic technique to create visually dynamic scenes. Readers, used to watching movies and TV, have come to expect a more “cinematic” experience when they read. They want to watch the story unfold before their eyes rather than be told what is happening in summary or exposition. In film, the story is conveyed visually by a series of camera shots which are edited together to create each scene. Novelists can do the same in their writing by the deliberate use of “camera shots.” The…
  • The Winner of the WriteToDone Flash Fiction Contest No.1

    Mary Jaksch
    17 Oct 2014 | 1:05 am
    A complete story in 500 words? Is it possible? The winning story of the WriteToDone Contest (read it below) shows what a talented writer can do with 500 words. The contest was judged by the WTD team, Mary Jaksch, Editor-in-Chief and Vinita Zutshi, Associate Editor,  together with Head Judge,  Dr. John Yeoman of the Writer’s Village. The judges considered the following questions and awarded points from 0 – 5 for each. Were the guidelines followed (a maximum of 500 words of fiction) Was the title enticing and appropriate for the story? Were spelling, punctuation and grammar…
  • 10 Ways To Refuel Your Creativity

    Mary Jaksch
    13 Oct 2014 | 7:00 pm
    Sometimes it’s a struggle to find what to write about, don’t you agree? A blog is like a hungry beast, always asking for more. Sometimes, you’re stuck and just can’t get anything onto a page. It happens to me too. A short while ago I was on a flight from Thailand to New Zealand and I was determined to write a post. I opened my laptop, put my hands on the keyboard, and focused hard. What happened? Nothing. Nada, Nichts. I couldn’t think of anything to write about. So I packed away my laptop, stretched, had a gin-and-tonic, looked around, and finally watched a…
  • How To Be A Well-paid Writer

    Pooja Lohana
    10 Oct 2014 | 1:36 pm
    Do you struggle to be paid well for your writing? You may find it hard to believe, but good clients are everywhere. Yes, prospects willing to pay for quality content abound. Then why is it so difficult to find them? It depends on where you’re looking. If you look at places where cheap content sells, you’ll get cheap clients.   But what if you’re looking in all the right places like job boards and websites with well-paying client listings? You may still not succeed in landing the highly-paid gigs you want, because it is way too hard to stand out from the crowd in their…
  • How To Use Your Mistakes To Achieve Success As A Writer

    Neal Martin
    7 Oct 2014 | 4:32 am
    Have you ever made a mistake in your writing? There isn’t a writer in the world who doesn’t make mistakes occasionally. What separates professional writers from amateurs is how they handle mistakes. Some writers see mistakes as disasters. But if you know the right way to handle them, making mistakes may actually be good for you! The more mistakes you make as a writer, the more you learn and the further you will progress.   My Recent Mistake   Recently, I made a stupid mistake on my blog. I was posting an article titled “How To Find Your True Writing Voice And Why…
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  • Client Interaction Fundamentals

    Christina Gillick
    29 Sep 2014 | 12:03 pm
    Today we’re giving you a sneak peek inside our “Anatomy Of A $9,750 Website Build.” This will give you an opportunity to see actual lessons from the training we have available. These previews will each feature an entire lesson from the training, including everything you’ll get when you sign up. We hope this will give you a [...] The post Client Interaction Fundamentals appeared first on Freelance Folder.
  • Automate Processes – Impress Your Clients by Using Zapier

    Ryan Domm-Thomas
    9 Jun 2014 | 2:42 pm
    What would you say is something that your clients really appreciate about you? Are you a talented web designer? Do they think your prices are fantastic? Do you have their sites up and running faster than expected?  These are all traits of an excellent freelance web designer! But what if you could add this one… [...] The post Automate Processes – Impress Your Clients by Using Zapier appeared first on Freelance Folder.
  • Build and Grow Your Client List with Sortfolio

    Ryan Domm-Thomas
    28 May 2014 | 8:04 pm
    Your business is an investment and your work makes up your portfolio… right? So, how do you get work? From your clients of course! As a freelancer, your ability to get clients can truly make or break your business. One of the fastest ways to gain clients is to drive more and more traffic to your [...] The post Build and Grow Your Client List with Sortfolio appeared first on Freelance Folder.
  • The Fastest Way to Become a Web Designer

    brantwilson
    25 May 2014 | 10:42 am
    If I said you could start today and be a full blown web designer – making $50 per hour or more – in just 8 weeks, would you be interested? If you’re a regular reader of FreelanceFolder, the answer is most likely, “You bet!” People, like you, who visit this site are looking for expert [...] The post The Fastest Way to Become a Web Designer appeared first on Freelance Folder.
  • Does Your Freelance Website Pass The 5 Second Test?

    Conrad Feagin
    9 May 2014 | 7:15 am
    1… 2… 3… 4… 5… Five seconds. That’s the amount of time you have to grab your visitors’ attention on your freelance website. Yep, you read that correctly… Only five seconds! Studies have proven over and over that most visitors truly are surfing. They are rapidly clicking from one site to another until they find [...] The post Does Your Freelance Website Pass The 5 Second Test? appeared first on Freelance Folder.
 
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    Tuts+ Business

  • Automatic Creativity: How to Make Creative Thinking into a Habit

    David Masters
    20 Oct 2014 | 5:14 am
    In the 21st century, ideas are valuable. That's because we live in an information economy.A century ago, value was created through manufacturing. You took raw materials and used them to create a product. You then sold the product for more than you paid for the raw materials. By turning raw materials into a product, you created value and thus you made money.In the information economy, value isn't created by shaping raw materials into products. It's created through ideas. As such, the better you are at coming up with effective ideas, the more value you create.In an information economy, it…
  • The Psychology of Pricing

    Andrew Blackman
    13 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    Do you want to know how to price your products more effectively?Choosing the right price is a common problem for business owners, particularly in new or rapidly-changing fields, where prices are not set in stone. A popular approach is just to copy or try to undercut your competitors, but there are smarter ways.Academics have done a huge amount of research into how consumers respond to different types of prices. Some of the results are distinctly counter-intuitive, and by equipping yourself with the right data, you can profit from some interesting cognitive biases. Did you know, for example,…
  • How to Bring Out Your Team's Creative Best

    David Masters
    6 Oct 2014 | 6:00 am
    If you had to identify, in one word, the reason why the human race has not achieved, and never will achieve, its full potential, that word would be meetings.So said the early 21st century columnist and New York Times bestselling author Dave Barry.The early 20th century columnist, G. K. Chesterton, took a similar view of consensus-based decision making when he said:I’ve searched all the parks in all the cities and found no statues of committees.And Sir Alec Issigonis, the British car designer who designed the Mini famously said:A camel is a horse designed by committee.(Perhaps missing the…
  • Cash Versus Accrual Accounting: What's the Difference, and Why Does it Matter?

    Andrew Blackman
    22 Sep 2014 | 5:06 am
    Whether you’re playing cards, baseball or Candy Crush Saga, you’re not going to be successful unless you understand how to keep score.The game of business is no different. The only problem is that the way you keep score—accounting and bookkeeping—can be quite complicated. In a recent tutorial, we covered the basics of bookkeeping, but there’s one crucial part we didn’t mention: the difference between cash and accrual accounting.So in this tutorial, you’ll learn how both cash accounting and accrual accounting work. You’ll see examples of each technique in action, learn their…
  • Students Save 75% on a Yearly Tuts+ Subscription

    Nicole Bowes
    21 Sep 2014 | 7:36 pm
    You have until September 30th to grab a student subscription at our special price of just $45! Thanks to our friends at PayPal, we’re pleased to bring you this fantastic discount to help you with your studies.With over 400 video courses in a range of topics, we know you’ll find something to help you with your project. Learn a new skill, brush up on an old one, or discover a new hobby across a range of different categories:PhotographyCodeWeb DesignDesign & IllustrationHere's a quick example from one of our recent courses on photography:Our Tuts+ Student Subscription entitles you…
 
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    Angela Booth's Fab Freelance Writing Blog

  • Free Content: New Writing Genii’s Library

    Angela Booth
    23 Oct 2014 | 3:01 pm
    Thank heavens, our newly revamped Writing Genii is now live. It’s been a frustrating exercise to get it off the ground. We hope you enjoy its free content library for creatives, called oddly enough, the Free Content Library. Currently we’ve two free ebooks for you to download, and more are coming. Why a free Content Library? Basically, because the Web has changed. Our Fab Freelance Writing Blog launched in 2006. In those days, the Web was very different. Professional writers looked on Web writing as… odd. Beneath contempt. Not worth a professional’s time and attention.
  • Kindle Publishing: Author Earnings, and Kindle Unlimited

    Angela Booth
    20 Oct 2014 | 9:13 pm
    If you’re into Kindle publishing, you’re wondering about Kindle Unlimited. Maybe some of your books are in the program. Author Earnings has published its October Author Earnings Report: “And however you publish, the chances of earning a full-time living are not great. Our contention, however, is that the chances have never been better. Because every day, the writer and the reader assume control of an industry that used to rely almost entirely upon middlemen to bring these two parties together. More money is now flowing to artists than ever before, and that art is costing consumers less…
  • Writing Fees: You Know What You’re Worth

    Angela Booth
    19 Oct 2014 | 7:25 pm
    Newer freelance writers tend to worry about their writing fees. Stop worrying. As I’ve said many times: there are no standard rates. You charge what you charge. You decide, no one else. I enjoyed this piece in Smart Company, What are you really paying for – hours or experience? “Many of us who work in the knowledge industry have had our experience and knowledge trivialized by others who do not understand the depth and breadth we must go to be able to deliver timely and precise solutions… many consultants will take a few days to get back to a client to make it seem like…
  • Social Media Writer: 5 Tips to Get Social

    Angela Booth
    19 Oct 2014 | 3:19 pm
    You’re a social media writer now. Yep… whether you’re a content writer, a copywriter, a blogger, an author… No matter what kind of writing you do, welcome to the new world of social media writing. Way back in the good old days, before Google took a big algorithmic stick to junk content, you could write anything you like, and as long as you applied some basic SEO (search engine optimization), all was right with the world. Not so today. While SEO is still essential, it’s not enough. Some 30 MILLION pieces of content flow onto the Web every single day. It’s mind-boggling. So, it’s…
  • Your Writing Career Is DEAD: What to Do Now

    Angela Booth
    16 Oct 2014 | 3:45 pm
    Your writing career is dead. Because… You’ve just been fired from the Web development company which is your biggest (and only) client. Or, you’ve been shopping your novel around to literary agents for a year. No one cares. Or, you’ve been sending out introductions to your writing services for a month, and nothing. Not a flicker of interest. What do you do now? Several writers have contacted me over the past month, with variations on the “I give UP. I can’t handle this” theme. Here’s the good news. No one can kill your writing career except YOU. You decide when you stop…
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    Monica Valentinelli, Writer, Game Designer, and Consultant

  • 7 Photos from Mah Phone for This Week’s Squees

    Monica Valentinelli
    21 Oct 2014 | 5:42 pm
    This week’s squees are dedicated to my phone. Because when Twitpic dies, you better believe I’m going to upload phone pictures to my compy. This earring is brought to you courtesy of an Unkamen Supplies kit. The spider chainmaille eearings are part of my Halloween costume. THOR FLASK! THOR! (Part of my anniversary present. And yes, that is a skull cookie jar. Because skulls.) Because onesie design contests are fun when it’s for friends. Also: fabric crayons are teh suck. TEH SUCK! (But Star Wars is cool.) This is Rimmon, my black cat. I don’t know if you know this, but…
  • 7-Link Salad for This Week’s Squees

    Monica Valentinelli
    14 Oct 2014 | 6:46 am
    Good morning! Well, I suppose it might not be morning where you are, but the sentiment is there. As you may recall I started the 365 Days of Squee over a month ago, and I have to admit that some days are more challenging than others–especially when reading the news. News poisoning is especially problematic, in my mind, to writers like myself who take inspiration from words that come into our brains. If it’s all tonally negative? Yeah, it can get depressing super-quick. Though it initially took a concerted amount of effort for me to focus on what’s positive, I feel that…
  • Now Available: Things Don’t Go Smooth

    Monica Valentinelli
    7 Oct 2014 | 4:18 pm
    Our first supplement of new material to use at your table is now available in digital. What’s more, we just sent THINGS DON’T GO SMOOTH off to the printer. Want to know more about it? Read on! Life’s not easy. Don’t matter whether you’re flying a leaky boat along the Rim or dodging Alliance cruisers in the Core, there’s always something or somebody getting in the way of a Crew’s honest day’s work. THINGS DON’T GO SMOOTH presents a baker’s dozen of shady crews, crime bosses, megalomaniacs, and unexplainable phenomena designed to get…
  • Ni No Kuni PS3 Review

    Monica Valentinelli
    7 Oct 2014 | 8:45 am
    I don’t even know where to start with this review of Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, because I haven’t written one for some time and I have a deep, profound love for this game, its artistry, and its story. One of the first RPGs I played was Final Fantasy IX, and I was really fond of the way you could travel on the world and find little easter eggs scattered throughout. And, as you know, I am a huge fan of Miyazaki’s storytelling because it’s often challenging (From Up on Poppy Hill) without being dumbed down. Not to mention, the more traditional style of…
  • This Week’s Folded Squees

    Monica Valentinelli
    6 Oct 2014 | 7:43 am
    What’s not to love about Fall? Before I get to today’s list, I want to say “Thank You” to those of you who’ve commented and enjoyed my Letter to Humans Regarding Halloween that I wound up writing and cross-posting. I had a blast writing it! Okay, on to this week’s squees! 1) Seriously, Pinterest. How many cool things are on this corkboard? WOW! 2) I’m trying to learn origami. The book of papers I picked up is for beginner’s, so it’s stiffer and holds its shape differently. Ah well, gotta start somewhere! 3) Kind of cheating here, but…
 
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    AuthenticJobs.com Job Listings - Freelance

  • eTecc / Interactive: Android Developer

    24 Oct 2014 | 2:07 pm
    (Naperville, IL) eTecc / Interactive is a small design and development firm in Naperville, IL and a satellite office in downtown Chicago, IL that specialized in creating Web and Mobile apps. We constantly push the limits of our abilities; and we work on awesome stuff. Why wouldn’t you want to work for us? Follow us @eTeccFever for the latest happenings! Check us out on Dribbble! We’re a small team, and we love what we do. We want to hire someone like us. We are looking for a person who is excited to work alongside a growing design and development team to design awesome Websites and mobile…
  • AbleThrive: Developer

    8 Oct 2014 | 9:50 pm
    (Singapore) Seeking a developer to build, launch and improve our pilot website. It’s going to be amazing. You’ll look at it for years to come and say to yourself “self, you built one helluva website. For a great cause.” Plus, we’ll send you cake.                                                                                            …
  • Trader Vic's: Freelance Web Developer (Local Candidates only)

    8 Oct 2014 | 6:50 pm
    (Concord, CA (SF Bay Area)) Freelance Web Developer The Freelance Web Developer is responsible for supporting and improving the digital efforts at Trader Vic’s Corporate. This ad-hoc role will be responsible for maintaining the architecture and functionality of Trader Vic’s interactive web sites and applications, ensuring viability for use in multiple geographies and languages. Developer will work closely with members of the corporate team to determine strategies and architectural directions, as well as ensure that all projects are delivered on time and on budget. Reports to:…
  • The Stelter Company: Web Developer - Freelance Position

    7 Oct 2014 | 11:50 am
    (Anywhere) POSITION SUMMARY  The Stelter Company hosts and manages planned giving Web content (via microsite) for more than 1,400 nonprofits nationwide. We are migrating to a new content management system (Ingeniux), which requires us to rebuild all of our client sites. As such, we are looking for experienced Web developers—with strong skills in Javascript/JQuery and CSS—to assist our fun and creative team in the conversion of our client’s nonprofit websites to this new technology platform. This project is expected to extend into the first quarter of 2015. If you are…
  • Mirren Business Development: F/T Web Designer for High Profile Ad Agency Website

    7 Oct 2014 | 9:51 am
    (Seatte, WA) We require an experienced Web Designer to play a key role in the ongoing design of our large website that is serving the digital, advertising and PR agency industry. This person will be leading the design and providing input on the user experience for the online education portion of the business. We are building a progressive online experience, already serving several hundred agencies.This role will be close to full time, freelance.The Position Will Include:- Creative brainstorming to enhance the current User Experience through design.- Collaborating with our team on overall…
 
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    Freelance Jobs

  • Need Flash Program Designed for Floorplan Layout - Flash Design Freelance Job

    Kfoster2020
    24 Oct 2014 | 7:54 am
    I need a flash program designed that will be used to layout floor plans. I found a similar concept on the internet that I want to be exactly the same as. Contact me for a link to the existing product.
  • Chemistry Proofreaders - Academic Writing Freelance Job

    Enago
    24 Oct 2014 | 7:54 am
    Job Description: Position: Proofreader Basic requirements: Extensive subject matter expertise in all areas of Chemistry. Expert in editing documents as per client guidelines. Experience in proofreading and mild copyediting. Proofreading Rates: To be discussed at the time of application discussion Employment Term: Part-time, Contract Project Description: Project consists of papers accepted for publication and require high-quality proofreading for language and grammar. This project is spread across 2–3 months. Exact duration will be communication at the time of application. Average editing…
  • Copyeditor and proofreader - Academic Writing Freelance Job

    Enago
    24 Oct 2014 | 7:54 am
    We are looking for experienced copy editors and proofreaders in Physical Sciences, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Engineering and Environmental Sciences with a core academic background. We prefer editor profiles that reflect research experience (studies conducted, papers written/published, papers reviewed, etc.) Certificate/experience in academic editing, publishing, scientific communication, journal article writing, etc. Between 3-5 years of experience in editing ESL (English as a second language) manuscripts, Knowledge of the style (such as APA, CMS, AMA, CSE, IEEE, etc.) and conventions…
  • Humorous T-Shirt Design Based on a Picture - Graphic Design Freelance Job

    Chawa
    24 Oct 2014 | 7:53 am
    I attended a BBQ where one of the main people there was most likely certifiably crazy. I have a picture of him standing next to the grill. I want to make a bunch of t-shirts to commemorate the event for the folks that were there. I want the picture made into a cartoon with a coupe of minor mods and some words placed around it in a style that would make it easy to get it printed on t-shirts.
  • Website Design Services - Website Design Freelance Job

    Mpido
    24 Oct 2014 | 7:53 am
    We require the services of a competent freelancer to assist in designing our website
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  • Article Translation - French | Elance Job

    24 Oct 2014 | 7:11 am
    I need 10 x 500 word articles translating from English to French (some documents are shorter than 500 words others are slightly longer) These articles need to be manually translated not using a translation tool. This is part of a bigger project... Category: Writing & Translation > Translation Type and Budget: Fixed price (Not Sure) Escrow Time Left: 2 d, 23 h (Ends Oct 27, 2014 08:11 am ET) Start Date: Oct 24, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Not Verified Client Location: , United Kingdom Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp,…
  • Articles writers needed for $1 per 500 words - Long Term if APPROVED by EschyaEviad

    24 Oct 2014 | 7:04 am
    Good day Freelancers, We offer: - Working in a nice environment with a nice group. - We will train your skills as a writer - We offer $1 per 500 words - (A LOT OF VOLUMES AVAILABLE FOR THE RIGHT PERSON!) - We offer 10 articles for now... (Budget: $250-$750 USD, Jobs: Article Rewriting, Articles, Copywriting)
  • Need article published to many blogs and sites | Elance Job

    24 Oct 2014 | 6:57 am
    We are looking for people to publish a short article on as many blogs or other site as possible. We have the article and want you to publish it. We are looking for it to be published to blogs first, but other suggestions would be considered after ... Category: Writing & Translation > Press Releases Type and Budget: Fixed price (Not Sure) Escrow Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 8, 2014 07:57 am ET) Start Date: Oct 24, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 5 jobs posted, 100% awarded, $931 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Zanesville, United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp,…
  • 700 Word Article on Federal Reserve & Interest | Elance Job

    24 Oct 2014 | 6:57 am
    I need a financial writer with experience to draft a 700 word article. Must have experience in Financial Writing, and use English as a native language. Category: Writing & Translation > Newsletters Type and Budget: Hourly (Less than $10 / hr) Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 8, 2014 07:57 am ET) Start Date: Oct 24, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 65 jobs posted, 58% awarded, $3,668 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Laurel, United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp, NotApp Desired Skills: Article Writing Content Writing Newsletter Writing Job ID: 63887211 View…
  • Websites to Place Tech Related Articles On by dhanyavs

    24 Oct 2014 | 6:24 am
    Hello, Thank you for taking the time to look at this ad. A client of mine in the security systems industry requires websites to place their written content on. These websites NEED to be related to... (Budget: $30-$250 USD, Jobs: Articles, Blog, Content Writing, Copywriting)
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  • Content Writer - oDesk

    24 Oct 2014 | 7:16 am
    We need a Content Writer, who have a know how of CMS and can manage multiple clients Social Media and there content on daily basis. Job is Full Time.Budget: $335Posted On: October 24, 2014 12:16 UTCID: 204698782Category: Writing & Translation > Creative WritingSkills: Array, Array, ArrayCountry: click to apply
  • Content Writing by dburch2

    23 Oct 2014 | 3:32 pm
    I need someone who can write descriptions of domain names for me. Each description should be 1 to 3 sentences long. You are bidding on a batch of 100 descriptions, though I would appreciate it if you could... (Budget: $10-$30 USD, Jobs: Content Writing, Copywriting, Creative Writing, Online Writing, Technical Writing)
  • Content - Write Assigned Lake Descriptions by ekirkley

    23 Oct 2014 | 3:19 pm
    I need a writer to write 300-600 word descriptions for assigned lakes in the southeast USA. These "lake bios" should include basic information such as when the lake was created, miles of shoreline, popular... (Budget: $10-$30 USD, Jobs: Content Writing, Copywriting, Ghostwriting, Real Estate, Travel Writing)
  • Marketing Content for Proposal | Elance Job

    23 Oct 2014 | 3:16 pm
    Hi I really need assistance in writing a proposal. I have created an outline with 16 paragraphs (at maximum 350 per paragraph). I dont mind if you read, research and reformulate the paragraphs from other material. It just cant be directly plagiari... Category: Writing & Translation > Copywriting Type and Budget: Fixed price (Less than $500) Escrow Time Left: 6 d, 23 h (Ends Oct 30, 2014 16:16 pm ET) Start Date: Oct 23, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 2 jobs posted, 100% awarded, $182 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Pasadena, United States Preferred Job Location:…
  • Local Church Website Content by MrBenJohnson

    23 Oct 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Frontier is looking for a motivated Freelance Writer to assist our fundraising and marketing team. Position Type: 30-40 hours over the next 2 months (possibility of more work) Starting Date: ASAP... (Budget: $250-$750 CAD, Jobs: Copywriting)
 
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  • Copy Writing for - Body Sense Day Spa - FNAXV8ZMA | Elance Job

    23 Oct 2014 | 5:34 am
      [obscured]  /generateExternalEditURL?id=42b6f7a232cc220d65d433c4f6f810cd12e2d286015d76800df09089842275ea 7 Page website Home Massage Therapy Body Treatments Packages Healthy Life Coaching Sessions Specials Contact Category: Writing & Translation > Copywriting Type and Budget: Fixed price ($52 or more) Escrow Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 7, 2014 06:34 am ET) Start Date: Oct 23, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 38678 jobs posted, 99% awarded, $2,159,208 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: King of Prussia, United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp,…
  • Copywriting for Skol Casbar & Grille - HRSLL8ZZW | Elance Job

    23 Oct 2014 | 5:28 am
      [obscured]  /generateExternalEditURL?id=c766f25cd0d7182be6ef0cabbbfc2842c5253fc31e8dd1d45874929af00a021a 5 Pages Home Catering List all items Menu List all items Parties & Events Contact Us Please see the attached files. Category: Writing & Translation > Copywriting Type and Budget: Fixed price ($52 or more) Escrow Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 7, 2014 06:28 am ET) Start Date: Oct 23, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 38678 jobs posted, 99% awarded, $2,159,208 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: King of Prussia, United States Preferred Job Location:…
  • High Quality Pediatric Dentistry copywriting - oDesk

    23 Oct 2014 | 5:26 am
    I am looking for a US based copywriter who has a high level of dentistry knowledge and can deliver the content for our client website we require about 30 pages of content for pediatric dentistry website in new york We will list he keywords required we will list the amount of symbols for each page - main pages up to 3000 symbols and secondary pages of 1500-2000 symbols. please provide your offer in the next for list websites you did work for - examples (with out examples we will not review your offer) list the amount of time you will require to do the task add this word to the offer title…
  • copy writing for BJ''s Siding & Remodeling - FNAXG8ZMA | Elance Job

    23 Oct 2014 | 5:25 am
    Home Siding Windows and Doors Bathroom Remodeling Kitchen Remodeling Contact   [obscured]  /generateExternalEditURL?id=254c78bb69a08a6b2425abb59a1127931970aec5fcffe16b9d262eaed37f3b97 Category: Writing & Translation > Copywriting Type and Budget: Fixed price ($44 or more) Escrow Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 7, 2014 06:25 am ET) Start Date: Oct 23, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 38678 jobs posted, 99% awarded, $2,159,208 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: King of Prussia, United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp, NotApp Desired Skills:…
  • Copywriting for Tiger Vapor - FMZJW8ZMA | Elance Job

    23 Oct 2014 | 5:19 am
      [obscured]  /generateExternalEditURL?id=442a0c4bb06eea609023ac66fccfb0a408fd87302c14238af59bd9ad3c1cbb91 7 pages site Home E liquids Starter Kits Accessories How To Video's Disclaimers Contact Us Category: Writing & Translation > Copywriting Type and Budget: Fixed price ($48 or more) Escrow Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 7, 2014 06:19 am ET) Start Date: Oct 23, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 38678 jobs posted, 99% awarded, $2,159,208 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: King of Prussia, United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp, NotApp…
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  • Websites to Place Tech Related Articles On by dhanyavs

    24 Oct 2014 | 6:24 am
    Hello, Thank you for taking the time to look at this ad. A client of mine in the security systems industry requires websites to place their written content on. These websites NEED to be related to... (Budget: $30-$250 USD, Jobs: Articles, Blog, Content Writing, Copywriting)
  • Websites to Place Tech Related Articles On by SianB34

    24 Oct 2014 | 5:58 am
    Hello, Thank you for taking the time to look at this ad. A client of mine in the security systems industry requires websites to place their written content on. These websites NEED to be related to... (Budget: $30-$250 USD, Jobs: Articles, Blog, Content Writing, Copywriting)
  • SEO articles for products on website - Dutch/Nederlands - oDesk

    23 Oct 2014 | 3:41 pm
    We need a seo writer to write seo articles for the products on our website. The SEO articles should be written in dutch. -60/70 words per article -Uniqe articles -We deliver a couple of words per article, which should be in the article We need 2000 seo articles. To to this, you need to have fluent dutch writing And have a big imagination/fantasy. The products are toys. Ben je geïnteresseerd, neem dan contact met ons op!Budget: $1000Posted On: October 23, 2014 20:41 UTCID: 204696343Category: Writing & Translation > Website ContentSkills: Array, Array, Array, ArrayCountry:…
  • Local Church Website Content by MrBenJohnson

    23 Oct 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Frontier is looking for a motivated Freelance Writer to assist our fundraising and marketing team. Position Type: 30-40 hours over the next 2 months (possibility of more work) Starting Date: ASAP... (Budget: $250-$750 CAD, Jobs: Copywriting)
  • Content Writing for my websites by omkarnn

    23 Oct 2014 | 2:33 pm
    Content Writing for my websites : seotraininginkolkata.com seotrainingkolkata.info digitalmarketinginkolkata.com seotrainingz.com Every One will have following pages : Home, about us, service... (Budget: ₹1500-₹12500 INR, Jobs: Articles, Content Writing, Copywriting, Ghostwriting)
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  • Need article published to many blogs and sites | Elance Job

    24 Oct 2014 | 6:57 am
    We are looking for people to publish a short article on as many blogs or other site as possible. We have the article and want you to publish it. We are looking for it to be published to blogs first, but other suggestions would be considered after ... Category: Writing & Translation > Press Releases Type and Budget: Fixed price (Not Sure) Escrow Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 8, 2014 07:57 am ET) Start Date: Oct 24, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 5 jobs posted, 100% awarded, $931 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Zanesville, United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp,…
  • Enviro Blog writer - oDesk

    23 Oct 2014 | 5:30 am
    Write articles/blogs each week on Environmental issues like climate change, energy saving, Government policy changes, our products, New innovations and general environment issues.Posted On: October 23, 2014 10:30 UTCID: 204694128Category: Writing & Translation > Blog & Article WritingSkills: Array, Array, ArrayCountry: click to apply
  • Writer for Web Design, Hosting and SEO Blog - Blog Writing Freelance Job

    22 Oct 2014 | 10:40 am
    I'm looking for someone to write for our blog at http://interactiveonline.com/blog/ on a consistent basis. Requirements: - 10 to 15 articles per month - 1,000+ words per articles - Located in US - English speaking - Has experience writing tech related article specifically web design related. - Must come up with topics and also write about topics I will periodically submit to them - Writer must find and edit an image to appropriate dimensions. We have a http://www.dollarphotoclub.com/ membership they can use to find images. - Article must be saved directly to our WordPress blog. An Author…
  • Copy 30 Posts to 7 different blogs by dviree

    21 Oct 2014 | 7:08 am
    Copy 30 Posts to 7 different blogs. 30*7 (Budget: $10-$30 USD, Jobs: Article Rewriting, Articles, Blog, Copywriting)
  • Search Engine Op, Marketing, Blog Writing - oDesk

    21 Oct 2014 | 6:53 am
    i have a small business - private small natural health clinic run by just myself i want to take my website to page one in google in searches in short space of time, at the moment i only come up if you look for me google add words blog writing listings on all possible websites related to my businessBudget: $200Posted On: October 21, 2014 11:53 UTCID: 204684756Category: Sales & Marketing > SEO - Search Engine OptimizationSkills: ArrayCountry: Australiaclick to apply
 
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  • Short E-Book Writers Wanted (non-fiction) 5000 words - oDesk

    23 Oct 2014 | 5:29 am
    I'm looking for quality writers who can write e-books for me on a variety of non-fiction niches and topics. You must be able to effectively research the niche or topic that I give you and write me a unique, 100% original quality e-book that will help people. You must have good grammar and spelling as well. I need around 5000 words e-book (plus eventually 2000 words modification after I read it). I'm willing to pay up to $1 per 100 words and I am looking to build a longterm relationship with someone who can provide quality books for me quickly (within 7 days delivery). Please apply…
  • Ghost Writing a book | Elance Job

    23 Oct 2014 | 5:26 am
    Ghost writer with writing skills in 'Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi'. Multiple characters in the book so good writing skills to switch between characters. I have already started on the book, approx 50 pages of content, which would require review and ch... Category: Writing & Translation > Ghost Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price (Not Sure) Escrow Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 7, 2014 06:26 am ET) Start Date: Oct 23, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Not Verified Client Location: , Netherlands Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp,…
  • Proofing/Copy Editing 21,574 Word Short Book | Elance Job

    21 Oct 2014 | 3:09 pm
    I wrote a short, non-fiction book that needs to be proofed. It's a very easy read but I want to ensure consistent tone, grammar, diction, etc. My writing is decent so it will not be a headache or painstaking task :-) It takes me two to three hour... Category: Writing & Translation > Editing & Proofreading Type and Budget: Hourly (Not Sure) Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 5, 2014 16:09 pm ET) Start Date: Oct 21, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Not Verified Client Location: , United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp, NotApp…
  • Creative writing/editing for funny child safety book | Elance Job

    17 Oct 2014 | 3:26 pm
    I'm a Pediatric ER physician who has written a guide for parents on child safety. I have already completed the entire book but am not happy with the end result. I need a writer that can take my dry, scientific journal-esque script and turn it in... Category: Writing & Translation > Creative Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price (Not Sure) Escrow Time Left: 90 d, 0 h (Ends Jan 15, 2015 16:26 pm ET) Start Date: Oct 17, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Spokane, United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp,…
  • Short Book Writer Needed by vaddinarasimhulu

    17 Oct 2014 | 6:33 am
    Hello, I am looking for someone with a passion for writing book for children. If you have editing experience, that is even better. IF quality is great then we can long term project. The book should have some simple graohics on each page... (Budget: $10-$30 USD, Jobs: Articles, Book Writing, eBooks, Ghostwriting, Short Stories)
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  • Ghostwriting essay 10 pages - oDesk

    23 Oct 2014 | 5:28 am
    A House assignment of 10 pages needs to be written for an academic purpose. Topic: Scrum Project Management as control mechanism for CEOs of Media CompaniesBudget: $200Posted On: October 23, 2014 10:28 UTCID: 204694123Category: Writing & Translation > Technical WritingSkills: Array, Array, ArrayCountry: Germanyclick to apply
  • Ghost Writing a book | Elance Job

    23 Oct 2014 | 5:26 am
    Ghost writer with writing skills in 'Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi'. Multiple characters in the book so good writing skills to switch between characters. I have already started on the book, approx 50 pages of content, which would require review and ch... Category: Writing & Translation > Ghost Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price (Not Sure) Escrow Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 7, 2014 06:26 am ET) Start Date: Oct 23, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Not Verified Client Location: , Netherlands Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp,…
  • Ghostwriter Wanted For Sales Copy | Elance Job

    21 Oct 2014 | 3:01 pm
    Fixed Price: $25.00 I need a 700 word sales copy article about 5 Reasons Why Your Business Needs An SEO Expert. Article must be original .and informative. Please include 5 separate benefits and lay out the paragraphs in this article like this: ... Category: Writing & Translation > Sales Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price (Less than $500) Escrow Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 5, 2014 16:01 pm ET) Start Date: Oct 21, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 15 jobs posted, 60% awarded, $181 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Las Vegas, United States Preferred Job Location:…
  • Ghostwriter for Romance Short Story-Urgent Quick Hire | Elance Job

    21 Oct 2014 | 7:01 am
    I am looking for a writer who can bring a story to life based on a short plot summery. There should be strong intimacy scenes. The exact theme will be discuss after hire. Please apply only if you are eligible and agree with the following details:... Category: Writing & Translation > Creative Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price ($25 - $50) Escrow Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 5, 2014 08:01 am ET) Start Date: Oct 21, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 4 jobs posted, 25% awarded, $85 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: , United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp,…
  • Ghostwriter - Non-Fiction Ebook - 1st Chapter (2,500 words) - $170 - Book Writing Freelance Job

    15 Oct 2014 | 11:39 am
    We are looking for an US ghostwriter who can write a high quality ebook. This first job will only focus on the first chapter of the ebook (2,500 words - $170). The ebook will have around 10-12 chapters, 2,500 words each. A future cooperation to finish the whole book is possible, if the quality of the first job matches the desired requirements. Some topics that will be included in the ebook are: Developing Ideas, Productivity Tips, Mindset, Money Management, Life Balance.. The information source of each chapter will be given to you. Main sources will be expert books. The essential information…
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  • Experienced Website Content & Press Release Required for Health Products by jahangirsaghani

    23 Oct 2014 | 4:13 am
    Need experienced content writer who can provide Proof read press release and content for website and blogs. i want some one to write well researched 10 content for blogs/website and 10 for press release... (Budget: $30-$250 USD, Jobs: Articles, Content Writing, Copywriting, Ghostwriting)
  • English to Japanese Translation, Healthcare Related, 185 words | Elance Job

    18 Oct 2014 | 5:29 am
    Translation from English to Japanese of four questions related to healthcare and robot technology to be submitted in advance of a meeting. Total of 185 words. No technical words but must be very professionally done. I would like to have the work ... Category: Writing & Translation > Japanese English Translation Type and Budget: Fixed price (Less than $500) Escrow Time Left: 22 h, 50 m (Ends Oct 19, 2014 06:29 am ET) Start Date: Oct 18, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 8 jobs posted, 75% awarded, $1,636 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Tokyo, Japan Preferred Job…
  • Articles about health in Czech, copywriter is wanted by dombar

    17 Oct 2014 | 6:31 am
    I need to find an open-minded copywriter who writes for me some articles about health. I'll give accurately subject of articles at direct contact with selected copywriter. Texts should be written in Czech... (Budget: zł6-zł24 PLN, Jobs: Articles, Content Writing, Copywriting, Ghostwriting)
  • Article writing related to Health Tips by vamsikrishna0529

    10 Oct 2014 | 5:48 am
    Hi, we need experience content writers for our health niche website.Our website is mainly based on health tips.We will pay per article.Every article should have at least 1500 words.Interest candidates... (Budget: ₹100-₹400 INR, Jobs: Articles, Content Writing, Copywriting)
  • Health and Travel Articles - oDesk

    8 Oct 2014 | 6:25 am
    I need 10 articles. Please write articles according to titles. How To Burn More Calories Than You Eat How To Overcome Weight Loss Plateaus What To Eat Before And After Working Out The Perfect Eating Plan To Add To Your Fitness Program I Workout Regularly, But I'm Not Losing Weight Best Low Impact Workouts That Still Burn FatBudget: $60Posted On: October 08, 2014 11:25 UTCID: 204630776Category: Writing & Translation > Blog & Article WritingSkills: Array, Array, Array, ArrayCountry: click to apply
 
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  • Screenplay writing by ashoksuthar93

    17 Oct 2014 | 6:09 am
    I have a project in which i am required to write 15 short 3 minutes story screen play episodes for an animation team, the team will make videos on it. This will be targeted short story for 8-14 year age group of English accent children... (Budget: ₹600-₹2000 INR, Jobs: Articles, Content Writing, Copywriting, Ghostwriting)
  • Attention Screenwriters: Need Fiction Series Outlines (Multiple) - oDesk

    8 Oct 2014 | 3:24 pm
    I am looking for a qualified romantic fiction writer to create detailed plot outlines for a series of 8 books. I will give you a general idea of the overall storyline, but you will then write out an outline, going scene by scene, so that a writer could easily follow it. You must have prior experience and knowledge with series writing and be able to create the ups and downs that need to be in a series/story. In other words, there must be one major goal for the main character that carries them throughout the series, but subplots that are resolved in each individual book. Must be familiar and…
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  • Seasongood grant writer | Elance Job

    17 Oct 2014 | 3:45 pm
    Application is on line. Project is funding for professional researchers to compare various elements of Cincinnati governance to other cities to bring recommendation to Council for improvements in current system if necessary. Category: Writing & Translation > Grant Writing Type and Budget: Hourly ($10 - $15 / hr) Time Left: 2 d, 23 h (Ends Oct 20, 2014 16:45 pm ET) Start Date: Oct 17, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Not Verified Client Location: , United States Preferred Job Location: Cincinnati, OH, United States Desired Skills:…
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  • Websites to Place Tech Related Articles On by dhanyavs

    24 Oct 2014 | 6:24 am
    Hello, Thank you for taking the time to look at this ad. A client of mine in the security systems industry requires websites to place their written content on. These websites NEED to be related to... (Budget: $30-$250 USD, Jobs: Articles, Blog, Content Writing, Copywriting)
  • Websites to Place Tech Related Articles On by SianB34

    24 Oct 2014 | 5:58 am
    Hello, Thank you for taking the time to look at this ad. A client of mine in the security systems industry requires websites to place their written content on. These websites NEED to be related to... (Budget: $30-$250 USD, Jobs: Articles, Blog, Content Writing, Copywriting)
  • Tech for MJ-221806/541 | Elance Job

    23 Oct 2014 | 3:33 pm
    Our company needs a quality proposal written for their GSA application. It will need to be written within scope and template of GSA regulations. Everything you need to complete this will be given to you open acceptance of the job. You will be ... Category: Writing & Translation > Technical Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price (Less than $500) Escrow Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 7, 2014 16:33 pm ET) Start Date: Oct 23, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 230 jobs posted, 76% awarded, $15,814 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: , United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp,…
  • Editing/Proofreading - Techno-Thriller Short Stories | Elance Job

    23 Oct 2014 | 3:13 pm
    I have three short story manuscripts (12-16k words each) in the techno-thriller genre. I'd like someone familiar with thrillers, science, etc. to edit and proofread. The grammar needs some attention but more importantly is the plot holes, characte... Category: Writing & Translation > Editing & Proofreading Type and Budget: Hourly (Not Sure) Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 7, 2014 16:13 pm ET) Start Date: Oct 23, 2014 Proposals: 1 (High n/a, Low n/a, Avg $11 / hr) Client Info: 4 jobs posted, 50% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: , United States Preferred Job…
  • Seeking writer acquainted with marketing, sales and technical writing. - oDesk

    21 Oct 2014 | 7:02 am
    Seeking writer acquainted with marketing, sales and technical writing. Looking for a high-end professional writer to write a variety of documents on demand for a young start-up. The writer must be a native English speaker, and must be creative, independent, and solution-oriented. Job holder will translate general guidelines into cutting edge professional documents. Applicant must be able to respond quickly in both the US East Coast and Middle Eastern time zones. We are looking for someone who is independent, entrepreneurial, a clear thinker, and has the ability to convert thoughts into…
 
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  • Experienced Website Content & Press Release Required for Health Products by jahangirsaghani

    23 Oct 2014 | 4:13 am
    Need experienced content writer who can provide Proof read press release and content for website and blogs. i want some one to write well researched 10 content for blogs/website and 10 for press release... (Budget: $30-$250 USD, Jobs: Articles, Content Writing, Copywriting, Ghostwriting)
  • Press Release help for Punk Rock event - oDesk

    15 Oct 2014 | 7:26 am
    I've written a press release for a Punk Rock event and would like some help spicing it up. This needs to be something that the press are going to grab and publish or use to write their own article! If you've had experience writing press releases for Rock events then please apply!Budget: $10Posted On: October 15, 2014 12:26 UTCID: 204660452Category: Writing & Translation > Blog & Article WritingSkills: Array, Array, ArrayCountry: New Zealandclick to apply
  • Proofread Press Release - oDesk

    15 Oct 2014 | 7:25 am
    Please proofread the attached press release (spelling, grammar and above all style). Please do not change the overall structure and meaning of the press release. Apart from that, you are free to suggest changes.Budget: $100Posted On: October 15, 2014 12:25 UTCID: 204660449Category: Writing & Translation > Other - Writing & TranslationSkills: Array, ArrayCountry: Germanyclick to apply
  • Two Press Release Required for UK company | Elance Job

    11 Oct 2014 | 7:20 am
    Hi I am looking to submit two press releases via preweb. These will be for two separate companies. One is in the beauty business and the other is in the education beauty business. I am happy to answer any questions so that you can create the pre... Category: Writing & Translation > Press Releases Type and Budget: Fixed price (Less than $500) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Oct 26, 2014 08:20 am ET) Start Date: Oct 11, 2014 Proposals: 2 (High $110, Low $88, Avg $99) Client Info: 25 jobs posted, 84% awarded, $12,916 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: London, United…
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  • Editing/Proofreading - Techno-Thriller Short Stories | Elance Job

    23 Oct 2014 | 3:13 pm
    I have three short story manuscripts (12-16k words each) in the techno-thriller genre. I'd like someone familiar with thrillers, science, etc. to edit and proofread. The grammar needs some attention but more importantly is the plot holes, characte... Category: Writing & Translation > Editing & Proofreading Type and Budget: Hourly (Not Sure) Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 7, 2014 16:13 pm ET) Start Date: Oct 23, 2014 Proposals: 1 (High n/a, Low n/a, Avg $11 / hr) Client Info: 4 jobs posted, 50% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: , United States Preferred Job…
  • Proofing/Copy Editing 21,574 Word Short Book | Elance Job

    21 Oct 2014 | 3:09 pm
    I wrote a short, non-fiction book that needs to be proofed. It's a very easy read but I want to ensure consistent tone, grammar, diction, etc. My writing is decent so it will not be a headache or painstaking task :-) It takes me two to three hour... Category: Writing & Translation > Editing & Proofreading Type and Budget: Hourly (Not Sure) Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 5, 2014 16:09 pm ET) Start Date: Oct 21, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Not Verified Client Location: , United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp, NotApp…
  • Creative article/blog writers, content creators, and editors for marketting website. by joekaputo

    21 Oct 2014 | 6:25 am
    I need writers who are good at : - Blog writing - web-content Management - Article writing and submission - proofreading - copywritting - Content Writing The articles are of various niche and topics... (Budget: $750-$1500 USD, Jobs: Articles, Content Writing, Copywriting, Ghostwriting)
  • Creative writing/editing for funny child safety book | Elance Job

    17 Oct 2014 | 3:26 pm
    I'm a Pediatric ER physician who has written a guide for parents on child safety. I have already completed the entire book but am not happy with the end result. I need a writer that can take my dry, scientific journal-esque script and turn it in... Category: Writing & Translation > Creative Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price (Not Sure) Escrow Time Left: 90 d, 0 h (Ends Jan 15, 2015 16:26 pm ET) Start Date: Oct 17, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Spokane, United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp,…
  • Editor for a Page Work - Writing Freelance Job

    15 Oct 2014 | 11:39 am
    I am seeking to hire experienced editor to work on a page document.
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  • Proofreading | Elance Job

    23 Oct 2014 | 3:25 pm
    Hi! I am looking for someone to build a relationship with as I work through my doctoral work. I would like someone to edit my papers for grammar and content. Thanks! Category: Writing & Translation > Academic Writing Type and Budget: Hourly (Not Sure) Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 7, 2014 16:25 pm ET) Start Date: Oct 23, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Not Verified Client Location: , United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp, NotApp Desired Skills: Medical Writing Academic Writing Article Writing Job ID: 63867081 View…
  • Editing/Proofreading - Techno-Thriller Short Stories | Elance Job

    23 Oct 2014 | 3:13 pm
    I have three short story manuscripts (12-16k words each) in the techno-thriller genre. I'd like someone familiar with thrillers, science, etc. to edit and proofread. The grammar needs some attention but more importantly is the plot holes, characte... Category: Writing & Translation > Editing & Proofreading Type and Budget: Hourly (Not Sure) Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 7, 2014 16:13 pm ET) Start Date: Oct 23, 2014 Proposals: 1 (High n/a, Low n/a, Avg $11 / hr) Client Info: 4 jobs posted, 50% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: , United States Preferred Job…
  • Proofing/Copy Editing 21,574 Word Short Book | Elance Job

    21 Oct 2014 | 3:09 pm
    I wrote a short, non-fiction book that needs to be proofed. It's a very easy read but I want to ensure consistent tone, grammar, diction, etc. My writing is decent so it will not be a headache or painstaking task :-) It takes me two to three hour... Category: Writing & Translation > Editing & Proofreading Type and Budget: Hourly (Not Sure) Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 5, 2014 16:09 pm ET) Start Date: Oct 21, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Not Verified Client Location: , United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp, NotApp…
  • *Urgent* 6000 word PDF to be proofread 2 hours $40 - oDesk

    21 Oct 2014 | 6:48 am
    Must have MS word. Must know how to use track changes and comments. The file is a PDF US English. The file is urgent. Please do not apply if you think you will be unable to do it. Deadline:2 hours *In accepting a contract with us, you agree to keep all work confidential and that work will not be shared or transmitted to any third parties*Budget: $40Posted On: October 21, 2014 11:48 UTCID: 204684734Category: Writing & Translation > Other - Writing & TranslationSkills: Array, ArrayCountry: United Kingdomclick to apply
  • Proofreading 2 articles about Greece English to French - oDesk

    21 Oct 2014 | 6:40 am
    Read 2 texts in French about Greece. Report if it's well written or not and if it fits the needs for a travel guide. For example: “This article is very well written and understandable and perfect for its purpose. In my opinion, only couple of sentences needed to be adjusted to sound more natural and I do not think at all that the translator has used any translation tools.” Make corrections if needed in a different color, those corrections MUST be followed by a reasonable explanation on why they were made. DEADLINE: 1 day.Budget: $6Posted On: October 21, 2014 11:40 UTCID:…
 
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  • Translate from English to Norwegian! - oDesk

    24 Oct 2014 | 7:25 am
    We are looking for a native Norwegian speaking person, that could easily translate from English into Norwegian! --- Skills: english, grammarBudget: $10Posted On: October 24, 2014 12:25 UTCID: 204698814Category: Writing & Translation > TranslationSkills: Array, Array, Array, ArrayCountry: Moldovaclick to apply
  • Translate from English to Polish! - oDesk

    24 Oct 2014 | 7:19 am
    We are looking for a native Polish speaking person, that could easily translate from English into Polish! --- Skills: english, grammarBudget: $10Posted On: October 24, 2014 12:19 UTCID: 204698790Category: Writing & Translation > TranslationSkills: Array, Array, ArrayCountry: Moldovaclick to apply
  • Article Translation - French | Elance Job

    24 Oct 2014 | 7:11 am
    I need 10 x 500 word articles translating from English to French (some documents are shorter than 500 words others are slightly longer) These articles need to be manually translated not using a translation tool. This is part of a bigger project... Category: Writing & Translation > Translation Type and Budget: Fixed price (Not Sure) Escrow Time Left: 2 d, 23 h (Ends Oct 27, 2014 08:11 am ET) Start Date: Oct 24, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Not Verified Client Location: , United Kingdom Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp,…
  • Translation, English to Hungarian | Elance Job

    24 Oct 2014 | 6:43 am
    General text, in ppt, simple typing into word price needed on a per word or per 100 characters basis Category: Writing & Translation > Other - Writing Services Type and Budget: Fixed price (Not Sure) Escrow Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 8, 2014 07:43 am ET) Start Date: Oct 24, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 8 jobs posted, 63% awarded, $276 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Budapest, Hungary Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp, NotApp Desired Skills: Business Writing Editing English Job ID: 63886859 View job »
  • Transcribe podcast - oDesk

    23 Oct 2014 | 3:37 pm
    I need someone to transcribe a podcast session. Duration: 56 minutes Language: English Output format: word Speakers: 3-5 (all clearly spoken and understood)Budget: $10Posted On: October 23, 2014 20:37 UTCID: 204696328Category: Writing & Translation > Other - Writing & TranslationSkills: ArrayCountry: United Statesclick to apply
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  • Looking for Product Review Writers To Research and Write Original Website Content - Native English -

    19 Oct 2014 | 6:31 am
    I have a quick article writing job if you are interested in getting some 5* feedback on your ODesk profile and potential long term work. I will provide you with the product name and link to the product. I would like you to research it and then write a 2000 word article the product.  The articles will be published on a website under a pseudonym and you will not be specifically credited. The article should be an honest review of the product and be of the highest standard and more in depth than any other review on the internet. The article should engage the reader and be topical and…
  • Journalist and Researcher Required for Memoirs - oDesk

    19 Oct 2014 | 6:27 am
    I require some memoirs to be completed (not my own) and need some assistance with this. Only the best quality of work will do, so I only wish to hire those with experience and those that are native English speakers. I can pay anywhere from $0.01 to $0.05 per word, but although preference will be given to quality, I also need this completed fairly cheaply. Some research will be required, and an NDA will be signed as discretion is needed, but I will release more information to chosen freelancers. The writing needs to be professional and academic. There is little scope for creativity here.
  • Virtual Assistant - Emails, web research and copywriting - oDesk

    18 Oct 2014 | 6:15 am
    Typically jobs: - Register a domain - Find out these figures - Write a job application You must be awesome at: - English - Communication - Google Docs Please write a short summary (100 words) about '第一个比特币交易' in English with your reply.Posted On: October 18, 2014 11:15 UTCID: 204673366Category: Administrative Support > Personal AssistantSkills: Array, ArrayCountry: United Kingdomclick to apply
  • Creative & Research Based Content Writing for High Quality UK Articles | Elance Job

    18 Oct 2014 | 5:46 am
    We are looking for a content writer who can provide us with a 700-800 word, high quality, unique article about a specific online shopping UK vendors/retailers and its website. Each such article must be 100% unique, have excellent grammar and outst... Category: Writing & Translation > Article Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price (Less than $500) Escrow Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 2, 2014 06:46 am ET) Start Date: Oct 18, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 48 jobs posted, 92% awarded, $2,926 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Mumbai, India Preferred Job Location: NotApp,…
  • REAL ESTATE INVESTOR MARKETING RESEARCH LEAD GENERATOR - oDesk

    16 Oct 2014 | 4:05 pm
    Looking for a good assistant that can help research and find homes for sale, speak to home owners and market what ever homes we get under contract to sale.. Must have great verbal skills and speak good English If you generate leads and get homes under contract we may continue with your services.Posted On: October 16, 2014 21:05 UTCID: 204667477Category: Sales & Marketing > Sales & Lead GenerationSkills: Array, Array, Array, Array, Array, Array, Array, Array, Array, ArrayCountry: click to apply
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  • CASINO (LANDLINE) 2,000 WORDS IN 3.5HRS by REWRITERS

    23 Oct 2014 | 4:11 am
    LANDLINE is the keyword for the this one (2,000 words). Related keyword phrases to include are: casino deposit via landline, landline deposit casino, slots deposit by BT landline, landline casino, pay... (Budget: $2-$8 USD, Jobs: Article Rewriting, Articles, Copywriting, Ghostwriting, Technical Writing)
  • Rewrite some Articles for me by bioscope195

    20 Oct 2014 | 6:20 am
    need an article re-writer. ill provide all the article s/he has to re-write those not less than 650 words. re-written article should be copyscape free and not any kind of spoon article as well. ill... (Budget: $10-$30 USD, Jobs: Article Rewriting, Articles, Blog, Ghostwriting, Technical Writing)
  • Rewrite Home Page,about us, how it works page, contact us ( 4 Pages ) | Elance Job

    19 Oct 2014 | 6:12 am
    Job Description: We are looking for writers that can boost or search engine presence on google, bing, and yahoo. The content on each page needs to be 600 words per page or more. The company sellmyhoopty.com offers junk car removal, cash for junk ... Category: Writing & Translation > Copywriting Type and Budget: Fixed price ($25 - $75) Escrow Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 3, 2014 07:12 am ET) Start Date: Oct 19, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 22 jobs posted, 73% awarded, $1,138 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Tampa, United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp,…
  • Rewriting of technical English text - oDesk

    17 Oct 2014 | 6:21 am
    Consulting company is searching for a freelancer for the following: 1) rewriting of technical English text (lighting industry). The text contains about 160 K symbols. 2) preparation of the powerpoint presentation with key outcomes and findings (15-20 slides). Deadline for part 1 is Nov 10 Deadline for part 2 is Nov 30 Text sample is attached.Budget: $1200Posted On: October 17, 2014 11:21 UTCID: 204669732Category: Writing & Translation > Technical WritingSkills: Array, ArrayCountry: click to apply
  • Need someone with English skills to rewrite content | Elance Job

    16 Oct 2014 | 6:32 am
    Hello, I need content to be rewritten into better English. Must be a quick writer with good English skills. Category: Writing & Translation > Academic Writing Type and Budget: Hourly (Not Sure) Time Left: 29 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 14, 2014 07:23 am ET) Start Date: Oct 16, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 88 jobs posted, 34% awarded, $1,658 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: , United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp, NotApp Desired Skills: Academic Writing Content Writing English Job ID: 63560541 View job »
 
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  • Resume, Social Media,Cover letter - oDesk

    23 Oct 2014 | 3:48 pm
    I am a digital media executive with 15 years experience. I have senior level experience across multiple areas... operations, product strategy and development, project management, marketing (growth hacking, branding, direct marketing, email marketing), revenue generation and optimization, M&A and Corporate finance. I am finding that having a lot of experienc in multiple areas is actually a hinderance to many employers; too all over the place, I've been told. I NEED multiple resume's that tell individual stories for each functional area. I NEED an Operations/Project Management…
  • Executive Resume | Elance Job

    23 Oct 2014 | 3:17 pm
    I need to have my resume resume refreshed/polished up. I have over 25 years of IT Sales/Management experience. Over the past 5 years I've been running my own business, and need to properly bridge the two together. Category: Writing & Translation > Resumes & Cover Letters Type and Budget: Hourly (Not Sure) Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 7, 2014 16:17 pm ET) Start Date: Oct 23, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 20 jobs posted, 75% awarded, $1,092 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Austin, United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp, NotApp Desired Skills: Resume…
  • Resume and Cover Letter Writer | Elance Job

    16 Oct 2014 | 3:51 pm
    I need someone to write a resume and cover letter showcasing my professional experience. I will send you my current resume along with other skills to draft a resume and a cover letter. Category: Writing & Translation > Resumes & Cover Letters Type and Budget: Fixed price ($35 - $60) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Oct 31, 2014 16:51 pm ET) Start Date: Oct 16, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Not Verified Client Location: , United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp, NotApp Desired Skills: Resume Writing Business Writing…
  • Cover letter and Resume - oil/gas engineering | Elance Job

    12 Oct 2014 | 5:42 am
    I am looking for someone who can write an excellent cover letter and resume for me. My area of work is within oil/gas exploration and production domain as an engineer. Someone with familiarity in the oil and gas industry would perhaps understands ... Category: Writing & Translation > Resumes & Cover Letters Type and Budget: Hourly (Not Sure) Time Left: 14 d, 22 h (Ends Oct 27, 2014 06:42 am ET) Start Date: Oct 12, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 10 jobs posted, 30% awarded, $581 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Malappuram, India Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp,…
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  • Ghostwriter for Romance Short Story-Urgent Quick Hire | Elance Job

    21 Oct 2014 | 7:01 am
    I am looking for a writer who can bring a story to life based on a short plot summery. There should be strong intimacy scenes. The exact theme will be discuss after hire. Please apply only if you are eligible and agree with the following details:... Category: Writing & Translation > Creative Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price ($25 - $50) Escrow Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 5, 2014 08:01 am ET) Start Date: Oct 21, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 4 jobs posted, 25% awarded, $85 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: , United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp,…
  • Halloween trampling story by flyest826

    17 Oct 2014 | 2:36 pm
    I wrote a story and need help finding someone to finish the story for me. It details a particular fetish so if you have any questions just let me know. The story notes are in the bottom of the story. (Budget: $250-$750 USD, Jobs: Content Writing, Ghostwriting, XXX)
  • 20,000 Word Genre Here Novella story line plot included in attachment - oDesk

    16 Oct 2014 | 4:09 pm
    I am looking for someone that can write a 20,000 word romance novella. You must be sure that you can complete this novella & have a good story. The writing must be clearly written and interesting to read. I need a full story, so it must have the beginning, middle & end. The climax is important, as well as the rising action & character development. You must be familiar with the paranormal romance genre of fiction. You must have a good experience writing fiction novels English must be your native language. No erotica You must agree to use the plot outline I give you If you're…
  • Romantic Short Story Writing - oDesk

    10 Oct 2014 | 6:20 am
    Looking for a creative writer who has a talent for writing good short stories and making the words come alive. Stories will be minimum 21k words and will include romance  but other genres will be considered if you mention within your application. I expect these to be completed within 21 days from job acceptance. Please apply with a sample of your previous work and your specialist genres. If you are good this will lead to regular writing work and I pay very competitive rates. Only native English speakers will be considered.Budget: $122Posted On: October 10, 2014 11:20 UTCID:…
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  • Transcription of interviews | Elance Job

    17 Oct 2014 | 3:29 pm
    Hi We are looking for a freelancers that can help transcript interview with the length between 10-15 min. The template you should use is: Interviewer: "How did you go there" The subject: " We did go that direction because" If there is some kind ... Category: Writing & Translation > Other - Writing Services Type and Budget: Hourly ($10 - $15 / hr) Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Nov 1, 2014 16:29 pm ET) Start Date: Oct 17, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Not Verified Client Location: , Denmark Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp,…
  • WOTFC CD TRANSCRIPTION | Elance Job

    15 Oct 2014 | 4:56 pm
    I have 7 CD's that are about 30-35 minutes long. They are a preaching series on the Holy Spirit and is Christian in nature. I need someone to transcribe it first. I would then edit it. I am looking for it to be laid out into a study guide form... Category: Writing & Translation > Other - Writing Services Type and Budget: Fixed price (Not Sure) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Oct 30, 2014 17:56 pm ET) Start Date: Oct 15, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Mansfield, United States Preferred Job Location:…
  • Transcription of Audio from White County Oil Gas Meeting - Copywriting Freelance Job

    15 Oct 2014 | 11:39 am
    We need a transcription of this audio from a White County Oil and Gas Meeting held last night. Accuracy of the translation is of up most importance as we need to be factual when rebutting the points made in this presentation. The audio is 1:12 long. http://clyp.it/tf5ghv41 We are a local grassroots organization made up of a diversity of individuals working to prevent hydraulic fracturing to come to Southern Illinois. We need an individual who is quick and accurate with their transcribing skills. I am willing to help with any accent problems that may arise in this presentation. We need this…
  • Transcription of 63 minutes research interview (clean verbatim, 3 spekers) - oDesk

    14 Oct 2014 | 6:58 am
    There are three speakers on the recording which should be separated. This is clean verbatim transcription so the text should be written as it is spoken but without filler words. English language with Finnish accent.Budget: $16Posted On: October 14, 2014 11:58 UTCID: 204655027Category: Writing & Translation > Other - Writing & TranslationSkills: Array, ArrayCountry: Finlandclick to apply
  • Transcription - Writing Freelance Job

    9 Oct 2014 | 2:18 pm
    I am seeking to hire experienced transcribers to turn oral language into written form. I'm planning to pay $10 per audio hour. I will forward the payments to their PayPal accounts after every end month. If you can transcribe one hour of audio within 6-8 hours, then I'm looking for you.
 
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  • Business proposal - oDesk

    17 Oct 2014 | 6:30 am
    need help finishing a business proposal , will prove detailsBudget: $200Posted On: October 17, 2014 11:30 UTCID: 204669756Category: Business Services > Other - Business ServicesSkills: ArrayCountry: click to apply
  • Ghost Write 3 Articles on Social Media Marketing for Business | Elance Job

    14 Oct 2014 | 4:42 pm
    We need 3 ghostwritten articles at 1100-1300 words each focused on providing social media marketing tips to business owners. You should be able to provide all 3 articles within 7-9 days. The website is geared towards helping current and new entr... Category: Writing & Translation > Article Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price ($55 - $75) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Oct 29, 2014 17:42 pm ET) Start Date: Oct 14, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 77 jobs posted, 40% awarded, $2,717 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: , Canada Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp,…
  • Virtual Assistant - Personal & Business Assistant - oDesk

    11 Oct 2014 | 7:44 am
    Hey guys & gals, I'm looking for an all around VA that can manage startup tasks (finding and contacting clients, researching skills, finding emails, scheduling newsletters, collecting information, etc.), as well as personal tasks (create a short morning yoga exercise, buy my mum a gift, contact hosts for couchsurfing, research stuff I'm interested in and create summaries, etc.). Every task I give you will be very clearly defined and easy to understand. Things I'll need in my VA: - To you, deadline must be sacred. No matter what, you always complete a task by it's…
  • Business management writer need it | Elance Job

    11 Oct 2014 | 7:09 am
    Hi I need Professional business writers for the project . You need to have Business oriented background and have sound command on English language with Marketing and business studies skills Category: Writing & Translation > Academic Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price ($50 - $150) Escrow Time Left: 6 d, 23 h (Ends Oct 18, 2014 08:09 am ET) Start Date: Oct 11, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 3 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: London, United Kingdom Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp, NotApp Desired Skills: Academic Writing Article…
  • Online bidders, Profit sharing business - oDesk

    10 Oct 2014 | 6:18 am
    Hello bidders, I have a team of talented Designers and Coders in India with following services that we are offering: 1. Web Design 2. Graphic Design 3. Web Development (PHP, ASP.NET), Drupal, Wordpress, CakePHP, CodeIgniter, YII, Zend Framework etc. 4. Testing 5. Software/Mobile Application Development Basically I need an online bidder with good rating who can pull out regular work and I will share upto 40% of the project cost. Applicant have to join my team and bid for me. While applying this job write the answer of  16*3 top of your application. Come on and place your proposal.
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  • Ezine Magazine Design And Content

    17 Oct 2014 | 11:39 am
    Hi I need to publish 5 ezine magazine on monthly basis for a company Each will be 10 page magazine with content needs to be unique All 5 magazines will be different regards... (Budget $100-$250, Required Skills: Content Writing, News Articles, Newsletters, Writing)
  • Ezine Magazine Content And Design

    23 Sep 2014 | 8:55 am
    HI Our company needs to publish 5 different ezine magazine editions per month having 10 page each Need a team to design and provide the content for same... (Budget $500-$1000, Required Skills: Content Writing, Graphics Design, News Articles, Newsletters, Page Book Layout)
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  • Write 10 articles about New Years Eve Celebrations for Travel website by hungsika

    23 Oct 2014 | 5:15 am
    I need 10 articles (500 words each) about New Years Eve Celebrations in 10 US cities: Chicago, Houston, Austin, Nashville, Memphis, Boston, Baltimore, Miami, Atlanta , Atlantic City The articles will... (Budget: $10-$30 USD, Jobs: Article Rewriting, Articles, Content Writing, Copywriting, Travel Writing)
  • Travel writer - oDesk

    22 Oct 2014 | 6:13 am
    I need a travel writer to write perfect copy for a travel based website. Approx 300-500 words for about 100 pages over time.Budget: $300Posted On: October 22, 2014 11:13 UTCID: 204689404Category: Writing & Translation > Blog & Article WritingSkills: ArrayCountry: Canadaclick to apply
  • Are you an excellent organizer who can make appointments, book travel and anticipate needs? - oDesk

    12 Oct 2014 | 6:18 am
    Book appointments, manage business and personal diary, liaise with other EA's. I am a chairman of several companies and require someone to attend to general liaison, book restaurants , manage the interface between my personal and professional life and enhance my presence. An ability to understand or know the business landscape in Brisbane, Australia would be an advantage.Posted On: October 12, 2014 11:18 UTCID: 204646318Category: Administrative Support > Personal AssistantSkills: Array, Array, Array, Array, Array, Array, ArrayCountry: click to apply
  • 50 Travel Articles | Elance Job

    11 Oct 2014 | 7:23 am
    100% unique Well written and interesting MAX BID IS $50 for all articles DON'T BID IF YOU CANNOT DO IT Please specify your bid and provide sample of your previous work. Category: Writing & Translation > Web Content Type and Budget: Fixed price ($35 - $50) Escrow Time Left: 2 d, 23 h (Ends Oct 14, 2014 08:23 am ET) Start Date: Oct 11, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 9 jobs posted, 67% awarded, $77 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: , Philippines Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp, NotApp Desired Skills: Travel Writing Web Content Management Article Writing Content…
  • Health and Travel Articles - oDesk

    8 Oct 2014 | 6:25 am
    I need 10 articles. Please write articles according to titles. How To Burn More Calories Than You Eat How To Overcome Weight Loss Plateaus What To Eat Before And After Working Out The Perfect Eating Plan To Add To Your Fitness Program I Workout Regularly, But I'm Not Losing Weight Best Low Impact Workouts That Still Burn FatBudget: $60Posted On: October 08, 2014 11:25 UTCID: 204630776Category: Writing & Translation > Blog & Article WritingSkills: Array, Array, Array, ArrayCountry: click to apply
 
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  • Content Writer for a sports blog for Cricket, Football, Rugby, NFL, NBA, etc. - oDesk

    19 Oct 2014 | 6:26 am
    We are looking for a long-term authentic content writer to write for sports like Cricket, Football, Rugby, NFL, NBA, etc. for a sports website. We pay on per article basis, with each article to be around 500-800 words is considered to be a good quality one. We do not accept copied articles, spinned articles, bad vocabulary articles. We have tools to check if the content is rich and genuine. We will not pay for unaccepted articles. This can be an ongoing job if we find an sports passionate and legit person. Looking for a true sport enthusiast.Budget: $100Posted On: October 19, 2014 11:26…
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  • Medical Records Summary | Elance Job

    21 Oct 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Need summary of 170 pages of medical records. The finished product needs to include a timeline and page references. Please include a work sample with your bid. Category: Writing & Translation > Other - Writing Services Type and Budget: Fixed price (Not Sure) Escrow Time Left: 6 d, 23 h (Ends Oct 28, 2014 16:00 pm ET) Start Date: Oct 21, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 12 jobs posted, 75% awarded, $995 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Baton Rouge, United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp, NotApp Desired Skills: Medical Writing Technical Writing Paralegal…
  • Medical Content Writing by deadlydoc

    21 Oct 2014 | 6:44 am
    I am looking for someone with a background of Medicine or someone in the Medical field with good English skills who is prepared to write a set of medical questions with their answers and appropriate feedback... (Budget: £1500-£3000 GBP, Jobs: Articles, Content Writing, Copywriting, Ghostwriting, Medical Writing)
  • IT, Medical, Nursing, Management, Marketing | Elance Job

    19 Oct 2014 | 6:22 am
    Looking for Writers with marketing, Management, Medical, IT, Social Science, expertise, Writers has to have experience in academic writing, should be well aware of different reference styles and must be able to meet deadlines. Further details ... Category: Writing & Translation > Academic Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price (Not Sure) Escrow Time Left: 15 d, 0 h (Ends Nov 3, 2014 07:22 am ET) Start Date: Oct 19, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 250 jobs posted, 74% awarded, $27,063 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: , Australia Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp,…
  • Medical Writers Required - oDesk

    18 Oct 2014 | 6:10 am
    Hello, I need medical writer/s who can write on diseases, syndromes, cancers that deal with symptoms, causes, treatment, etc. The article need to have headings and subheadings and can be up-to 900 word count. I need weekly 6 articles and my payout is 5$ for 1k words (6$ for excellent & well experienced writers). I am looking for medical or health graduates (nurses, doctors, paramedical staff) who have prior experience in writing the articles for blogs. The English should be good and easily understandable. Example of how I want articles - http://goo.gl/InSqKZ. Long term job Please send me…
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  • Seeking A Long Term Writer For Minimum 20 Page Report - oDesk

    16 Oct 2014 | 6:42 am
    I am seeking a talented, motivated writer to create an organized, coherent report minimum 25 pages on the following topic: TOPIC: Keto Cookbooks/Recipes The work required to complete this project to my satisfaction is trivial for a professional writer; please keep this in mind when proposing your bid. The report must be completed within seven days of hire. It must be delivered as a Microsoft Word document, with the following formatting: -12 pt Arial font -Single spaced -1" margins (top, bottom, right, and left) - Page breaks MUST BE added after the end of each topic Do not increase the…
  • Report compliment and webpage managing - oDesk

    15 Oct 2014 | 4:55 pm
    We are looking for a person with excellent skills in English. Mainly for production of reports both technical and business, webpage managing with blog posts and site content, also press releases etc. The writing may include some technical and business research. A general understanding of budget and cash flow work is preferable.Posted On: October 15, 2014 21:55 UTCID: 204662801Category: Writing & Translation > Technical WritingSkills: Array, Array, Array, Array, Array, ArrayCountry: click to apply
  • Short Report Editing and Formatting | Elance Job

    8 Oct 2014 | 3:16 pm
    I am looking for someone proficient in both editing and report layout. I have a 6 page report that I would like proofread. Right now it's honestly very ugly, so I would like someone to make it more visually appealing. No graphic design needed, jus... Category: Writing & Translation > Editing & Proofreading Type and Budget: Fixed price ($25 or less) Escrow Time Left: 23 h, 41 m (Ends Oct 9, 2014 16:16 pm ET) Start Date: Oct 8, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 5 jobs posted, 80% awarded, $275 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Kent, United States Preferred Job Location:…
 
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  • Transcription of Audio from White County Oil Gas Meeting - Copywriting Freelance Job

    15 Oct 2014 | 11:39 am
    We need a transcription of this audio from a White County Oil and Gas Meeting held last night. Accuracy of the translation is of up most importance as we need to be factual when rebutting the points made in this presentation. The audio is 1:12 long. http://clyp.it/tf5ghv41 We are a local grassroots organization made up of a diversity of individuals working to prevent hydraulic fracturing to come to Southern Illinois. We need an individual who is quick and accurate with their transcribing skills. I am willing to help with any accent problems that may arise in this presentation. We need this…
  • 3 Page Whitepaper On UPS/Fed Ex Dimensional Weight Shipping | Elance Job

    8 Oct 2014 | 3:10 pm
    I need a 3 page "white paper" on the new fed ex / ups shipping changes that are coming in January of 2015. This paper will be emailed to users that fill out a form on a website. There is a lot of information online about this and you can use... Category: Writing & Translation > Academic Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price (Less than $500) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Oct 23, 2014 16:10 pm ET) Start Date: Oct 8, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 8 jobs posted, 25% awarded, $323 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Boston, United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp,…
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  • Marketing Content for Proposal | Elance Job

    23 Oct 2014 | 3:16 pm
    Hi I really need assistance in writing a proposal. I have created an outline with 16 paragraphs (at maximum 350 per paragraph). I dont mind if you read, research and reformulate the paragraphs from other material. It just cant be directly plagiari... Category: Writing & Translation > Copywriting Type and Budget: Fixed price (Less than $500) Escrow Time Left: 6 d, 23 h (Ends Oct 30, 2014 16:16 pm ET) Start Date: Oct 23, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 2 jobs posted, 100% awarded, $182 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Pasadena, United States Preferred Job Location:…
  • Business proposal - oDesk

    17 Oct 2014 | 6:30 am
    need help finishing a business proposal , will prove detailsBudget: $200Posted On: October 17, 2014 11:30 UTCID: 204669756Category: Business Services > Other - Business ServicesSkills: ArrayCountry: click to apply
  • Proposal Writer Advertising Deck /Sponsorship - oDesk

    16 Oct 2014 | 6:36 am
    Proposal Writer Advertising Deck/Sponsorship We are looking for an experience advertising deck/ sponsorship proposal writer. Must have verifiable experience in this field. Please send a sample of your writing along with your rate. Thanks for lookingBudget: $500Posted On: October 16, 2014 11:36 UTCID: 204665127Category: Writing & Translation > Creative WritingSkills: Array, Array, Array, ArrayCountry: United Statesclick to apply
  • Writer needed for business advertisement/proposal | Elance Job

    9 Oct 2014 | 4:24 pm
    Hey there I'm looking for a writer to take the time to understand my business and help me to create a proposal/advert directed towards recipients with a stern disposition roughly 500 words or under only applicants from the UK please, essential ... Category: Writing & Translation > Sales Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price (Less than $500) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Oct 24, 2014 17:24 pm ET) Start Date: Oct 9, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 20 jobs posted, 50% awarded, $564 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: , United Kingdom Preferred Job Location: NotApp,…
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  • Transfer Data from PDF to Excel Data Entry - oDesk

    18 Oct 2014 | 6:16 am
    Hi guys, I have a number of pdf documents that have been manually filled in and then scanned. I need the information transferred from these PDFs into excel spreadsheets in a consistent format. It will not be possible to use scanning software to scan the pdfs and transfer so i think this transfer must be done manually. Good English skills, reading and writing are essential. Thanks in advance !Budget: $6Posted On: October 18, 2014 11:16 UTCID: 204673367Category: Administrative Support > Data EntrySkills: Array, ArrayCountry: click to apply
  • Estimating / bill of quantities from detailed drawings and fill data by vishvanatha2

    9 Oct 2014 | 6:37 am
    I am looking for someone to undertake elemental take offs / bills of quantities (boq) for construction projects from architectural & engineering drawings & specifications (Budget: $8-$15 AUD, Jobs: Copy Typing, Copywriting, Data Entry, Editing, Report Writing)
 
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    WordCount

  • How freelancers can use virtual assistants to get more done

    Michelle V. Rafter
    13 Oct 2014 | 9:00 am
      [EDITOR'S NOTE: Writers and editors at the final session of the American Society of Journalists and Authors New Avenues in Journalism conference Oct. 10-11 talked about working smarter, not harder, and how to be more productive. Someone asked about the value of using a virtual assistant, and I promised to re-publish this post on my own experiences using a VA, which originally ran on ASJA's The Word blog in 2013, and then here. I have updated it slightly. - Michelle Rafter] I started using a virtual assistant for one reason: sleep. After the last session of the 2011 ASJA writers’…
  • Freelance soundtrack: Everybody Wants You

    Michelle V. Rafter
    9 Oct 2014 | 8:00 am
    Editor’s note: This is the latest in an occasional series on songs to write by, be inspired by, or that capture the freelance spirit. – Michelle When I get an unexpected or unsolicited offer of work, or have a week where several out-of-the-blue opportunities present themselves, this old Billy Squier song that pops into my head: everybody want you. It’s the antidote to the times when the response to every pitch is no, when every story is kicked back for a rewrite, when sources don’t want to talk, editors don’t answer their emails, and even the dog would rather…
  • Learn secrets to getting freelance gigs @ ASJA New Avenues conference

    Michelle V. Rafter
    6 Oct 2014 | 1:28 pm
    It’s hard to visit an online writers’ forum and not hear people talking about freelance match-making services like Contently, Ebyline, Scripted and the like. How do they work? What kinds of assignments do they have? What do they pay? How quickly do they pay? The services pair publishers, agencies or brands looking for contributors with freelancers looking for work. Most maintain searchable databases of available gigs. Some offer free online portfolios writers can use to create profiles and list their specialities and clips. The services have been around for several years, but…
  • 10 ways to make editors fall in love with your work

    Michelle V. Rafter
    29 Sep 2014 | 8:00 am
    Dave Kansas, chief operating officer of American Public Media Group Editor’s note: Please enjoy this update of a WordCount favor. – Michelle Editors aren’t hard to figure out. They want to work with freelancers who routinely come up with interesting story ideas that are perfect for their readership and then deliver on those stories with minimum drama, maximum efficiency, on deadline and free of factual, grammatical and spelling errors. That’s the gist of advice shared by leading business editors during a teleconference hosted by the Society of American Business…
  • Freelance soundtrack: Take a Chance on Me

    Michelle V. Rafter
    25 Sep 2014 | 3:16 pm
    Editor’s note: This is the first in an occasional series on songs to write by, be inspired by, or that capture the freelance spirit. – Michelle I know ABBA’s not talking about freelancing when they sing “Take a chance on me.” But the lyrics encapsulate the feelings of hopefulness and angst I get sending a story idea to an editor I don’t know, or a proposal to a publication I’d love to work with. Couldn’t you picture yourself singing this to the editor on the other end of the “Send” key: Gonna do my very best and it ain’t no lie…
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  • Freelance Writing Income Forecasting

    Anne Wayman
    23 Oct 2014 | 1:31 pm
    For much of my freelance writing career I figured there was no way to forecast my income. Money was either coming in or it wasn’t; it either arrived or it didn’t. Truth be told, I felt... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • The Fourth Secret of Freelance Writing

    Anne Wayman
    16 Oct 2014 | 12:12 pm
    For years I said there are three secrets to successful freelance writing. I was wrong. There are four secrets to being a successful freelance writer. The initial three secrets were and still are:... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Inequality and Freelance Writing

    Anne Wayman
    15 Oct 2014 | 8:27 am
    This post is part of Blog Action Day 2014 – the discussion this year is about inequality. One of the things I like about freelance writing is there is no real discrimination – if I... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • 5 Freelance Writing Fears & What to do About Them

    Anne Wayman
    9 Oct 2014 | 8:21 am
    I’m not sure that freelance writing fears are worse than say sales fears or CEO fears, or teacher fears. My hunch is we’re more aware of our fear than others, partly because we are... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • How Freelance Writers Can Deal With “World Noise”

    Anne Wayman
    7 Oct 2014 | 10:09 am
    I’m a fan of Mark’s Daily Apple and this week he had a post called How to Deal with Health “Noise”. As I read it I realized that we freelance writers have to deal with what I’m... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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  • Review: Happiness of Pursuit

    thursday
    24 Oct 2014 | 6:30 am
    Chris Guillebeau’s third book, “The Happiness of Pursuit” is a perfect fit with the themes of his previous books. The logical progression of Guillebeau’s books makes perfect sense: In “The Art of Non-Conformity“, Guillebeau laid out a vision of how readers can choose a more personal path. The book offers insights for deciding what your goals might be and how you might live your life differently. In “The $100 Startup“, Guillebeau offered strategies for funding those different approaches to life. It’s effectively the guide for for how to…
  • Community-Run Conferences: The Most Bang for Your Conference Buck

    thursday
    30 Jun 2014 | 6:00 am
    I recently had the pleasure of attending Open Source Bridge and noticed several factors that made it an incredibly useful and enjoyable conference to attend. Open Source Bridge is an annual conference that takes place in Portland, Oregon (just like OSCON). It covers a variety of topics related to open source software, also similarly to OSCON. But while a full-access pass to OSCON runs about $2,000, a ticket to Open Source Bridge is $300. I love community-run conferences! Full disclosure, I received a press pass for Open Source Bridge. (I’ve also received free passes in the past to other…
  • Using Time Tracking Tools Effectively

    thursday
    16 May 2014 | 6:00 am
    One of my current projects is to more effectively track my time. While I keep decent track of the time I spend on clients’ projects, I’m not so good about watching my own time. After all, there’s less of a financial incentive at play. The question of that financial incentive is part of the problem, though: since I’m building more projects without a client paying directly for more time, I need to know if I’m making a good investment of my minutes and hours. Tracking this time requires a mental shift. But I’m already seeing the value of even the small amount…
  • Why Automating Your Scheduling Is Such A Big Win

    thursday
    14 May 2014 | 6:00 am
    I would pay big bucks if I got an extra day a week to work. I always have more to do than I can actually squeeze in and I’m sure I’m not the only one. But while I can’t actually add more hours into my day, I have found that automating my schedule both saves me some time and makes my life easier to manage. While there’s no way to set up a perfect schedule that you can always stick to — life likes throwing curve balls — having a general routine that you follow is useful. Meetings are the biggest curve balls in my day. I try to limit them, in general, but I’ve…
  • The Value Of A Crap Job

    thursday
    13 May 2014 | 6:00 am
    When talking to entrepreneurs, it seems like everyone has a ‘crap job’ story: the tale of the a job so bad that it forced the person telling it to decide how to get out of a situation she absolutely hated. I have held a few crap jobs over the years. They all had their own part in driving me away from situations in which I would have to work to someone else’s expectations. I’m not the only one, either: I’ve talked to plenty of entrepreneurs who reached their breaking point in some awful job before they struck out on their own; for some of us, an awful job is bit…
 
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    Freelancer.com - New Projects

  • I need few images for simple game by shengge90517

    25 Oct 2014 | 8:36 am
    Graphic design as we discussed already. (Budget: $30-$250 USD, Jobs: Game Design, Graphic Design)
  • EMAIL SENDER - open to bidding by chi1111

    25 Oct 2014 | 8:36 am
    I want email program that can send me email out one million a day with out problem let me know if i can get it from you (Budget: $30-$250 USD, Jobs: Email Marketing)
  • need linux server sys admin expert- RAM issue, keeps going up by titansolaris

    25 Oct 2014 | 8:35 am
    Hi there, I need an experienced linux server system administrator , we have a 16gb ram server and the ram just keeps going up. we think that it might be become the keep alive is way too long and it eats up the memory but we need an expert to look into the issue... (Budget: $8-$15 USD, Jobs: Linux, PHP, Software Architecture, Software Development)
  • 559128 Pro Wrestling Writer Wanted 2 by harryausten

    25 Oct 2014 | 8:35 am
    Am looking for somebody who is knowledgeable and up to date on the WWE to write 12 related articles on this topic. My maximum rate is $2 per 500 words and this project will be for 12 articles so bid accordingly... (Budget: £10-£20 GBP, Jobs: Anything Goes, Article Rewriting, Articles)
  • Do SEO Marketing for me -- 2 by nigelparish

    25 Oct 2014 | 8:34 am
    I need someone to do some SEO marketing for my business. This marketing should increase traffic to our website as well as increase our online profile. The marketing should improve our online reputation... (Budget: $30-$250 CAD, Jobs: Internet Marketing, Link Building, Marketing, SEO)
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    The Freelancery

  • Is it time to quit freelancing? Here’s how to tell.

    waltkania
    6 Oct 2014 | 10:57 am
      Should you give up on this whole freelance thing? Just quit this foolishness? And go back to being gainfully and properly employed? Maybe. Maybe not. I’m guessing if you’re asking this question it’s because things aren’t going like you planned. Maybe it’s about money. Or lack thereof. Or drudge work. The constant ‘uncertainty’ of it all. Maybe it seems you simply traded one irritating boss for seven irritating clients. “When is this carefree, self-directed lifestyle supposed to kick in?” It could be that this life just…
  • When should you send your bill?

    waltkania
    1 Oct 2014 | 7:04 am
      Right away, of course. Bill early, bill often. If the assignment is of a certain size, you bill even before you start. (“Only $1800 is required to begin. Nothing else is due until you receive the text.”) I must be the only freelancer in history who took too long to send a bill. Like a dope, I would wait a week or ten days after the assignment was done. Partly because a client once scolded me for being too quick with my bill. I had handed him the job and the invoice at the same time. “Geez kid,” he said, “That’s an amateur move. You look like some migrant…
  • Money: The three-day rule

    waltkania
    8 Jul 2014 | 7:20 am
    Don’t discuss this with your friends who have regular jobs. They won’t get it. Or, they will think this is unfair. But never mind that. You and me, as free-range and self-sustaining independents, we cannot think like those salaried folk. We are not beholden to the unfortunate economics of being an employee. Here’s our rule: Set things up so you can survive on three paying work days per week. Arrange your fees so that just three days of paid assignments a week — like twelve days per month — is enough to feed yourself, pay your rent, and keep you in business. No,…
  • Q/A: Working by the hour. Sort of.

    waltkania
    21 Jun 2014 | 5:41 am
    Tara asks: A good client asked me to handle a sideline project on a quick turnaround. Since it was a little different from what I normally do for them, I quoted an hourly rate. They asked how long it would take. I told them 1 to 2 hours. They said okay. But in the end, the work took nearly three hours. Should I charge them for the actual time, or just charge for the two hours I estimated? Is it better to take the hit just for goodwill? Or charge for the full hours? I’d like to get paid for my time, but don’t want to appear unprofessional. Take the hit this time. Save face, save…
  • Q/A: From full-time job to freelancing: What to choose

    waltkania
    1 Jun 2014 | 10:09 am
    From Matthew: “I work as a technology director at a large school system here in the East, but will be leaving soon to pursue a more travel-oriented career. It has all been in the works for months. Initially, I wanted to focus on technology in school building projects, which is something that I have experience in doing, am good at and an area which often gets overlooked in school construction. However, after reading your section about specializing in a niche, now I am wondering if that may be a mistake. I also have a part-time online business which focuses on marketing outdoor…
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    Danielle McGaw

  • 31 Videos in 31 Days Challenge

    Danielle McGaw
    4 Oct 2014 | 2:13 pm
    I’ve always loved making YouTube videos.  In the past I’ve been all wrapped up in this idea that I have to have a niche.  And yes, that’s the best way to do it if you’re really focused on making the money.  But how about YouTubing just because it is fun?  Just because you want to?  Just to talk about things that are important to you? And that’s what I decided to do. I’m going to try to do 31 videos in 31 days on whatever topic I happen to feel like talking about at the time.  It might be a rant one day or a “how-to” video the next day.  I…
  • I’m In Love With Fall!

    Danielle McGaw
    26 Sep 2014 | 10:25 am
    This is my favorite time of the year!  I love everything about fall.  I love the colors, the smells, the weather… If I could find a country that had fall most of the year I swear I would move there.  Unfortunately, fall seems to get shorter and shorter every year.  The leaves turn colors and fall off the trees so fast that if you blink you might miss it! Right now, everywhere I go I see gorgeous colors.  The weather here is a little warmer than I like it but it is still nice because I know that pretty soon the leaves will be gone and the snow will come and it will all be over for…
  • What and How Do I Write?

    Danielle McGaw
    26 Sep 2014 | 9:55 am
    As most of you know, I’m a writer. But some of you might not know exactly what I write so I thought I’d write about that today.  If you have questions afterwards, please feel free to ask in the comments! What Do I Write? There are two things that I write: fiction and non-fiction. The non-fiction that I write is mostly for clients.  That’s still my bread and butter.  Mostly now I write for one client, a private college in Canada.  I write about job search and careers and I have been doing that for about 4 and a half years. I also write fiction.  I write short stories…
  • A Short Trip, Bronchitis, and Keeping Busy – and Pics!

    Danielle McGaw
    13 Sep 2014 | 11:01 am
    Wow, it really has been awhile since I’ve added a new post here hasn’t it? I have to admit, my mind is all over the place these days.  Let me try to give you an update… Well, first, I got to see my daughter and my granddaughter!  I was in Winnipeg for a whole 6 days.  I stayed at my Uncle’s place (fabulous 2 bedroom apartment downtown in a highrise – the Milkbox as it is affectionately nick-named by Winnipegers with an awesome view of the city – pic to follow) and tried to spend most of my time with my girls but I also got to see a few other people.  It…
  • Cool Portfolio for Writers…

    Danielle McGaw
    30 Aug 2014 | 6:23 pm
    The Writer’s Portfolio by adynamiclife See other organizers. Daily excursions about the city, adventurous jaunts overseas, or the next board meeting – organize your digital and analog life with the Rickshaw Large Folio Day Planner. The Large Folio features space your smartphone and Moleskin journal in addition to pockets for cards, pens, highlighters, and other personal effects. Made with rugged construction the Folio Day Planner is the perfect companion for your busy life. Dimensions 9.75″ H x 6″ W x 1″ D. Secure zip pocket for personal items and a smartphone. Fits…
 
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    Signal vs. Noise

  • Basecampy?

    Nate Otto
    24 Oct 2014 | 9:03 am
    If there was a buddy cop movie starring the Geico gecko and the Aflac duck, I’m pretty sure it would outperform “Edge of Tomorrow” at the box office. We love our anthropomorphized branding mascots. Shortly after Basecamp hatched its own such character, I was watching a big event on TV, and it seemed as though every product in every commercial had sprouted arms and legs. I guess we are part of the zeitgeist. While I would love to take credit for inventing our Basecamp creature because he came out of the tip of my Micron, the fact is Jason asked me to create it, and it’s pretty hard to…
  • Google made one of Android's jokes into something clever.

    Jamie
    22 Oct 2014 | 7:48 am
    Face Unlock is one of those features that surprises you. “Wow, this is pretty cool.” But after the novelty wears off some things become apparent: it doesn’t work very well, it isn’t very secure (it can be fooled), and you look kinda silly trying to unlock your phone with your face. A few weeks ago John Gruber tweeted: Question for Android users: is face recognition unlocking still a thing? http://t.co/xajitLBQLg— John Gruber (@gruber) October 10, 2014 It reminded me of how Google creates these sci-fi things but doesn’t implement them very well. Often times…
  • iPad Spinners

    Shaun
    15 Oct 2014 | 9:35 am
    Last March the iPad team asked me to design some custom loading screen spinners for the Basecamp app. None of these have made it into the app yet, but I thought it would be fun to share some of the tests.
  • Admire someone? Write them an email, you might be surprised.

    Dan Kim
    15 Oct 2014 | 6:18 am
    Last week I attended the Digital PM Summit in Austin (Basecamp was a proud sponsor of the event!). There were a lot of great speakers, but the one I really wanted to see was Mike Monteiro. I’ve admired Mike’s work from afar for many years because it’s so honest and direct. I watched Mike’s entire talk – What Clients Don’t Know (and Why It’s Your Fault) – and enjoyed it thoroughly. It was so great, I wanted to say thanks—it’s the least I could do for something I liked so much. I looked through the crowd for a while, but was never able…
  • How Basecamp helped the Golddiggers get our act together

    Emily Wilder
    14 Oct 2014 | 7:34 am
    My relay team goes by the name “Alaska Golddiggers,” because race officials frown on us calling ourselves the more accurate “Team Shitshow.” For a group of otherwise competent women, we’ve managed to screw up a lot during our annual participation in the Klondike Trail of ’98 International Road Relay, a 10-leg, 175-kilometer race that follows the trail of the gold rush stampeders from Skagway, Alaska to Whitehorse, Yukon. Past oopsies include failing to renew passports on time, forgetting our running shoes, traveling with 11 people on an RV that sleeps 8, misestimating the correct…
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    Freelance Folder

  • Client Interaction Fundamentals

    Christina Gillick
    29 Sep 2014 | 12:03 pm
    Today we’re giving you a sneak peek inside our “Anatomy Of A $9,750 Website Build.” This will give you an opportunity to see actual lessons from the training we have available. These previews will each feature an entire lesson from the training, including everything you’ll get when you sign up. We hope this will give you a [...] The post Client Interaction Fundamentals appeared first on Freelance Folder.
  • Automate Processes – Impress Your Clients by Using Zapier

    Ryan Domm-Thomas
    9 Jun 2014 | 2:42 pm
    What would you say is something that your clients really appreciate about you? Are you a talented web designer? Do they think your prices are fantastic? Do you have their sites up and running faster than expected?  These are all traits of an excellent freelance web designer! But what if you could add this one… [...] The post Automate Processes – Impress Your Clients by Using Zapier appeared first on Freelance Folder.
  • Build and Grow Your Client List with Sortfolio

    Ryan Domm-Thomas
    28 May 2014 | 8:04 pm
    Your business is an investment and your work makes up your portfolio… right? So, how do you get work? From your clients of course! As a freelancer, your ability to get clients can truly make or break your business. One of the fastest ways to gain clients is to drive more and more traffic to your [...] The post Build and Grow Your Client List with Sortfolio appeared first on Freelance Folder.
  • The Fastest Way to Become a Web Designer

    brantwilson
    25 May 2014 | 10:42 am
    If I said you could start today and be a full blown web designer – making $50 per hour or more – in just 8 weeks, would you be interested? If you’re a regular reader of FreelanceFolder, the answer is most likely, “You bet!” People, like you, who visit this site are looking for expert [...] The post The Fastest Way to Become a Web Designer appeared first on Freelance Folder.
  • Does Your Freelance Website Pass The 5 Second Test?

    Conrad Feagin
    9 May 2014 | 7:15 am
    1… 2… 3… 4… 5… Five seconds. That’s the amount of time you have to grab your visitors’ attention on your freelance website. Yep, you read that correctly… Only five seconds! Studies have proven over and over that most visitors truly are surfing. They are rapidly clicking from one site to another until they find [...] The post Does Your Freelance Website Pass The 5 Second Test? appeared first on Freelance Folder.
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    Tuts+ Business

  • Automatic Creativity: How to Make Creative Thinking into a Habit

    David Masters
    20 Oct 2014 | 5:14 am
    In the 21st century, ideas are valuable. That's because we live in an information economy.A century ago, value was created through manufacturing. You took raw materials and used them to create a product. You then sold the product for more than you paid for the raw materials. By turning raw materials into a product, you created value and thus you made money.In the information economy, value isn't created by shaping raw materials into products. It's created through ideas. As such, the better you are at coming up with effective ideas, the more value you create.In an information economy, it…
  • The Psychology of Pricing

    Andrew Blackman
    13 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    Do you want to know how to price your products more effectively?Choosing the right price is a common problem for business owners, particularly in new or rapidly-changing fields, where prices are not set in stone. A popular approach is just to copy or try to undercut your competitors, but there are smarter ways.Academics have done a huge amount of research into how consumers respond to different types of prices. Some of the results are distinctly counter-intuitive, and by equipping yourself with the right data, you can profit from some interesting cognitive biases. Did you know, for example,…
  • How to Bring Out Your Team's Creative Best

    David Masters
    6 Oct 2014 | 6:00 am
    If you had to identify, in one word, the reason why the human race has not achieved, and never will achieve, its full potential, that word would be meetings.So said the early 21st century columnist and New York Times bestselling author Dave Barry.The early 20th century columnist, G. K. Chesterton, took a similar view of consensus-based decision making when he said:I’ve searched all the parks in all the cities and found no statues of committees.And Sir Alec Issigonis, the British car designer who designed the Mini famously said:A camel is a horse designed by committee.(Perhaps missing the…
  • Cash Versus Accrual Accounting: What's the Difference, and Why Does it Matter?

    Andrew Blackman
    22 Sep 2014 | 5:06 am
    Whether you’re playing cards, baseball or Candy Crush Saga, you’re not going to be successful unless you understand how to keep score.The game of business is no different. The only problem is that the way you keep score—accounting and bookkeeping—can be quite complicated. In a recent tutorial, we covered the basics of bookkeeping, but there’s one crucial part we didn’t mention: the difference between cash and accrual accounting.So in this tutorial, you’ll learn how both cash accounting and accrual accounting work. You’ll see examples of each technique in action, learn their…
  • Students Save 75% on a Yearly Tuts+ Subscription

    Nicole Bowes
    21 Sep 2014 | 7:36 pm
    You have until September 30th to grab a student subscription at our special price of just $45! Thanks to our friends at PayPal, we’re pleased to bring you this fantastic discount to help you with your studies.With over 400 video courses in a range of topics, we know you’ll find something to help you with your project. Learn a new skill, brush up on an old one, or discover a new hobby across a range of different categories:PhotographyCodeWeb DesignDesign & IllustrationHere's a quick example from one of our recent courses on photography:Our Tuts+ Student Subscription entitles you…
 
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    FreshBooks Blog

  • WANTED: Your Halloween Spirit in Exchange for a Chance to Win Big

    Faraz Shafaghi
    24 Oct 2014 | 6:28 am
    Check your calendars – Halloween is just one week away…and you’ve likely been so busy working ’round the clock to serve your clients that as much as you might love Halloween, you find it tough to get in on the action. But it’s not fair for you and the small business community at large to miss out on the fun. That’s why FreshBooks would like to infuse a little bit of the Halloween spirit into your routine. So break away from business as usual and put on your Halloween costume for a chance to win some serious prizes. Keep reading for the details: How to participate…
  • Uniting a community, one bean at a time – The story behind #FreshBrew

    FreshBooks
    23 Oct 2014 | 4:03 am
    Today, the FreshMobile will be delivering free #FreshBrew coffee—a unique blend of Ethiopian and Honduran coffee beans—to entrepreneurs attending the Small Business Forum at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Everyone loves coffee, especially free delicious coffee brought to you by FreshBooks, but what you may not know about this particular brew is that it has a very special story behind it. In a pre-dominantly male-driven industry, Maira Manzanares defied the cultural norm and took the reins of her father’s coffee farm in Honduras. Smart, strong-willed and passionate, Maira had an…
  • Introducing #FreshBrew – Just in time for Canadian Small Business Week

    FreshBooks
    22 Oct 2014 | 7:47 am
    What do small business owners, entrepreneurs and freelancers thrive on? Simple. Coffee. OK, it’s not necessarily that simple, but let’s face it, when those late nights and early mornings kick in, coffee becomes every entrepreneur’s best friend. With this in mind, during Canadian Small Business Week this week, FreshBooks is going to be fuelling entrepreneurs in Toronto with the very special #FreshBrew. Beginning today, FreshBooks, in the aptly-named FreshMobile, will be driving around the streets of Toronto giving away FREE coffee. This delicious original blend, called #FreshBrew, is a…
  • Freelancing 101: Find the right productivity tools

    Andy Haynes
    18 Oct 2014 | 8:51 am
    This post is the third in a 4-week series that will focus on advice, tips and tricks from long-time freelancer, Andy Haynes. Andy shares some of his biggest mistakes made during his first year freelancing to help first-time freelancers navigate their first year with success.  When I started out as a consultant, life was simple. I had a couple of clients and the work was straight forward enough that I didn’t need anything more complicated than post-it notes and email to keep track of what had to be done and when. The same is true of a lot of solopreneurs. Most don’t need complicated…
  • 7 end-of-year planning tips for your small business

    Nellie Akalp
    17 Oct 2014 | 6:29 am
    With the fourth quarter under way, it’s time to start thinking about 2015. There is still plenty of time left before 2014 wraps up, but planning ahead is the key to ending the year right. To that end, here is your Fall Playbook to help you tie up any loose ends and get a running start as we head into the New Year. 1. Get caught up on your bookkeeping You can’t make any sound financial or tax planning for the future if you don’t know where things stand—and that means understanding actually how much you’ve taken in and how much you’ve spent year to date. If you are not working with…
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  • The best way to run a freelance business

    Jake Poinier
    9 Oct 2014 | 8:55 am
    I was honored to be the keynote speaker at Communication Central in Rochester, N.Y., in late September, and I was struck, as I networked with the assembled writers, editors, designers, and publishing experts, by the myriad ways people successfully operate a freelance business. (If you’re interested in attending next year, there are roundups of the event here and here, with lots of good tips from various presenters in the links.)So, yep, that headline is intentionally misleading, because the truth is: There’s no best way to run a freelance business.On this blog, I strive to…
  • The wrong way to get freelance jobs

    Jake Poinier
    3 Sep 2014 | 5:58 am
    There are countless strategies and places to find freelance jobs, but this week, I received a note that represents a classic example of the wrong way to go about it: soliciting work from other freelancers with whom you have 1) no relationship or 2) no understanding of their businesses. Exhibit A is a pitch I received from out of the blue on LinkedIn:I saw your profile and wanted to introduce myself.For 30+ years I’ve been a writer, editor and proofreader for individuals, businesses and government.Writing has been a life-long passion. For me, it’s never been work. It’s who I…
  • Writing revisions and doing the right thing

    Jake Poinier
    13 Aug 2014 | 5:55 am
    I ran into a sticky situation with an editor a few months back over writing revisions for a freelance magazine assignment. I’d written a short travel piece featuring three different locations, and received approval for the text. The art director wasn’t able to secure a free photograph of one of them, however, and I got a call asking for a new item to replace what I’d written.As a businessperson, crafting something completely new goes beyond the definition of “writing revisions.” So, I asked the editor if there was budget to compensate for what I…
  • WordPerfect and other blasts from the freelance past

    Jake Poinier
    4 Aug 2014 | 6:04 am
    I met up with my friend, Chuck, at a local watering hole the other night, and he sarcastically called me Mr. WordPerfect. (He’s a finance guy, so I wish I’d had the mental agility to have called him Mr. Lotus, but that’s how l’esprit de l’escalier works, doesn’t it?) As I’m notching my 15th anniversary in the freelance writing business this month, it made me think back on some of the software, hardware, and tech gadgets that have plugged in and out of my life over the years. Here’s my highlight list—please share some of your…
  • Freelancer Conference: (Re)Invent Your Business

    Jake Poinier
    1 Jul 2014 | 6:10 am
    “Be a Better Freelancer! (Re)Invent Your Business” is the theme for Communication Central’s ninth annual conference for freelancers, September 26–27, 2014, at the Hyatt Regency Downtown in Rochester, N.Y. (There’s also an Editorial Bootcamp on September 28.) The agenda includes two solid days of drilling down on all aspects of launching, managing and expanding a successful freelance writing, editing, proofreading, indexing, graphics or other editorial business.I’ll be kicking off the festivities with a keynote address on “The Business of Getting Freelance…
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  • Be More Machine.

    Tom Ewer
    23 Oct 2014 | 2:45 am
    I’m a little bit addicted to a show called Suits at the moment. For those of you who don’t know, the show is about a New York law firm and the people who operate within it. There’s something about beautiful, intelligent and powerful people working in a dynamic environment and owning everything in their path that appeals to me. You’ve got to love the fantasy. Light entertainment aside, the show actually revealed something inspiring to me yesterday that I wanted to share with you in this post. It’s about being more machine. “I’m a Machine” In the…
  • How I Have Spent the Past 16 Months Failing

    Tom Ewer
    13 Oct 2014 | 4:40 am
    My online business’ highest ever earning month was June 2013. Over the past 16 months, my income has jumped and stuttered, but there has been an undeniable downwards trend. On some level I have been aware of this, but I had to read back through my old income reports to grasp just how much my earnings have degraded since I stopped publishing my income reports back in October 2013. So where has it all gone wrong? In this post, I want to answer that question. Failure Upon Failure I’m actually somewhat reticent to go all-out with this post, because a lot of people will tell me…
  • How I Increased My Freelance Blogging Rate from $50 to $150 an Hour

    Guest Author
    25 Sep 2014 | 5:00 am
    Tom: the following is a guest post by Gina Horkey – a freelance blogger and a friend of mine. She’s made incredible progress since she started on her journey back in April 2014, and in a recent Skype call I asked if she would be interested in sharing that story with the Leaving Work Behind audience. She was, which is why I am delighted to introduce her story today! If you are looking to break into freelance blogging, or looking to increase your rates, Gina’s story offers some invaluable lessons. Last week I got my dream freelance writing gig – I’m the blogger for a…
  • The One Small Seed I’m Planting That Could Grow Into a Six Figure Business

    Tom Ewer
    23 Sep 2014 | 10:01 am
    I’ve been all about audacious goals recently. A few weeks ago I announced that I plan to make Beginner Blogging a six figure blog (in terms of monthly net earnings) by the end of July 2015. Last week I revealed my plan to make $2,000 in 16 days in order to reach the first milestone of that larger goal. Today I can say that I am likely to fail in reaching that milestone. It doesn’t really bother me at this stage though; I feel like I’m heading in the right direction and on track for the bigger goal. In fact, over the past week I’ve been working hard on something…
  • How I Plan to Make $2,000 in 16 Days

    Tom Ewer
    15 Sep 2014 | 5:18 am
    Last week I revealed that I plan to turn Beginner Blogging into a six figure blog in less than a year. Since then I have decided to adjust my plan somewhat. I now intend to earn a net income (i.e. minus expenses) of $9,000 per month from April 2015 onwards, rather than only turning over that amount. My thinking behind this is straightforward: there’s little use in me turning over $9,000 if it costs me $8,000 to do so. To ignore expenses is to encourage a way of thinking that does not promote profitability. If the original goal was challenging, this one is much more so, which…
 
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  • Freelance Advisor is dead; long live Freelance Advisor

    Jon Norris
    13 Oct 2014 | 6:00 am
    Over the next few weeks Freelance Advisor readers will notice a big change: our website will no longer exist. Now now, hear me out. This isn’t goodbye. For almost seven years Freelance Advisor has been run as a sort-of non-profit arm of Crunch. The team that writes the stuff for Freelance Advisor are the same people writing stuff for Crunch (aside from a few freelance contributors), but Freelance Advisor has always existed as an independent publication, and covered its own costs with advertising. As Crunch has grown into something quite substantial we’ve had less and less…
  • End-hirer liable for underpayment of worker’s salary under AWR

    Lesley Furber
    10 Oct 2014 | 3:00 am
    Since the Agency Workers Regulations were introduced on 1st October 2011 very few cases have yet come to Employment Tribunal (the ones that have are detailed here), but in September 2014 an Employment Tribunal found that the end-hirer of the agency worker, not the agency that actually employed the worker, had to compensate the worker when she hadn’t been paid the appropriate salary required by the Agency Workers Regulations. From 1st October 2011, Agency Workers in Great Britain have the right to ‘equal treatment’ in certain areas of their employment, as long as they have worked…
  • Government funded Occupational Health Service for SMEs

    Lesley Furber
    9 Oct 2014 | 2:00 am
    In early 2013, the government unveiled details of a scheme aimed to save Employers money and help tackle long-term sickness absence in the workplace.  Figures from 2011 estimated that sickness costs UK Employers £9 billion a year. This summer the Government announced the new scheme – the Health and Work Service – would go live in April 2015 (with roll-out to certain parts of the country from late 2014). The scheme will offer an independent assessment and advisory service to help small companies who do not have access to an occupational health service and have no more detailed…
  • What does your employer/client think of your tattoos?

    Lesley Furber
    7 Oct 2014 | 2:00 am
    Your client or employer may currently require you to wear a uniform or already have a dress code policy – but where do they stand on tattoos and body piercing/art? If you are currently free to wear what you like, can your employer impose an appearance code? Many employers have relaxed dress codes now. Generally workers prefer this as it helps them be more productive and makes them happier at work. However, the more ‘formal’ industries, for example finance and retail, may take staff appearance more seriously – especially if you are in contact with customers or business partners where…
  • Where can you go for the best business advice?

    Sophie Turton
    3 Oct 2014 | 2:00 am
    Starting a business is an exhilarating experience but can also be quite treacherous, if you’re really sure where you’re going. Luckily there is a wealth of information out there to help you prepare. The only issue is, where to start? Ever on the pilgrimage to make your business endeavors easier, we have collated a list of the best places to look for startup and small business advice. The best part is, most of them are completely free. 1. Startup advice Gov.uk provides a range of business and financial support options, including advice on writing a business plan, help with finance and…
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  • The Easiest Way to Write a Book

    Ashly Lorenzana
    12 Oct 2014 | 3:23 am
    I don’t care if you are the author of several published books or just a savvy entrepreneur looking for an extra source of passive income — in either case, you have (however guiltily) wondered at some point, “what is the easiest way to write a book?” Admit it. Don’t let it make you feel dirty, no one is any better than anyone else who has shared that same thought. You might think it feels like some form of cheating. At least it tricks you into feeling shame because you assume that what you are asking for is a shortcut to writing a fantastic book that no one can…
  • Top 7 Tools to Create Quote Graphics

    Ashly Lorenzana
    29 Aug 2014 | 2:49 pm
    I’ve been doing some research in preparation for the Social Media Success Summit in October. This is the first year I’m attending the online event and I’m pretty pumped up about it. I noticed that a lot of the topics being covered this year revolve around visual content marketing on sites like Pinterest, Instagram and even Slideshare. These are platforms I have mostly neglected, so reading up on the stats behind some of them was truly a bit of a shock. I had no idea that this trend was quite as huge as it apparently is. I recently held a webinar for my subscribers where I…
  • How to Hijack Readers From eBook Lending Sites

    Ashly Lorenzana
    10 Aug 2014 | 12:26 am
    A while back I published a post about how you can get more book reviews by loaning your Kindle book to readers who are interested in free review copies. Today, I’d like to take a closer look at one ebook lending site in particular: BookLending.com. I signed up for the site a long time ago and my guess is that they are amassing more users at this point in time, as I’ve recently seen a considerable number of email notifications from them in my inbox informing me that someone has requested to borrow one of the titles I have listed there. I naturally added all of my own books upon…
  • 12 Books Waiting to be Written (By You!)

    Ashly Lorenzana
    4 Aug 2014 | 1:15 am
    So you want to get in on self-publishing but think you don’t have any book ideas worth writing or having written for you? Think again. For the sake of keeping this post a semi-reasonable length, I’m going to cut right to the chase and get started. Here are 12 books waiting for you to write them. You can thank me later. P.S. I’ve actually written several of these types of books myself, so much of this advice is from my own personal experience as a writer and author. Keep a Journal You don’t have to write in it everyday, just do it when the mood strikes you and when you…
  • 4 Ways to Kick Ass for Kindle Authors

    Ashly Lorenzana
    21 Jun 2014 | 11:27 am
    Image credit: Flickr I’ve certainly posted my fair share of lists on how to promote your Kindle books. I’ve also blogged about a long list of different book ideas with the intention of inspiring you to write your next Kindle book. Today I’m going to share some more advanced tips for those publishing books for Kindle and the idea behind these suggestions is to set you apart from the amateurs and free you of the self-published stigma. If you’re new to Kindle publishing, don’t worry. This list can help you too. If you’re not doing some of these things,…
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    Business Unleashed | Real life business skills for Consultants, Creatives and Coaches.

  • Anything is Possible and Achievable!

    Chris Green
    20 Oct 2014 | 6:53 am
    I have a younger brother. He’s bigger than me. He’s not really into business, he’s more of a musician and showman. Oh and he runs and runs and runs. This morning he taught me a massive lesson that we can all take to heart. It’s summarised like this: Anything is Possible and Achievable! And it looked like this on a Facebook post: The context of this is that this time last year Jon was heavier than he wanted to be, felt sluggish, his diet wasn’t great and he wasn’t doing any exercise. At all. Jon Just Does it So one day. When he got really fed up, he took it…
  • EP022 Fast Track Your Cash Flow

    Chris Green
    25 Aug 2014 | 2:22 pm
    We’ve all been there at some point. Waiting for clients to pay. Waiting for projects to start. Checking that bank balance to see if it’s increasing at all. They key is to do something about it as quick as possible. Cash flow is critical to any business and will probably be the number one thing that kills of small businesses this year. This episode is for you if you’re wanting to get your cash flowing quicker and clients paying faster. In this episode we cover how to: Find the low hanging fruit right now. Get paid up front. Get paid for all the work you do. Sell existing…
  • EP021 – Why You Should Charge More (Right Now)

    Chris Green
    8 Aug 2014 | 4:22 am
    In this episode we get straight to the point. In order to succeed in business as a consultant, coach or creative, you have to charge more. We’ve heard all the excuses. “Yeah, but people won’t pay more”, “I just charge by the hour” … etc etc. If that’s your mindset then unfortunately you’ll be finding yourself working far too hard, for far too little money. Most of us have been there. In this episode we interview Jason Kanigan and get him to reveal his thoughts and strategies on charging more. You’ll learn about: Finding clients with…
  • EP020 – Three Things 6 Figure Consultants do Differently

    Chris Green
    29 Jul 2014 | 11:08 pm
    From working and speaking with many consultants, creatives and coaches, we’ve found there’s a whole lot of challenges people have on a weekly basis. There’s also very clear strategies that really successfully people use on a regular basis to get their businesses well past the six figure level. In this episode you’ll learn: The seven most common stumbling blocks How you can conquer the hurdles. The three things that 6 figure consultants, coaches and creatives do differently. We always endeavor to have action points at the end of each of our episodes. If you’ve put…
  • EP019 – Never Leave a Sale Behind

    Chris Green
    17 Jul 2014 | 10:03 am
    In this episode, John and I cover how to be persistent when going after new clients. Too many people give up quick or at the first objection and miss out. Here’s some interesting stats to consider the next time you’re talking to a prospective client: 2% of sales are made on the First contact. 3% of sales are made on the Second contact. 5% of sales are made on the Third contact. 10% of sales are made on the Fourth contact. 80% of sales are made on the Fifth to Twelfth contact. It’s pretty clear that you need a strategy based on persistence and multiple contacts to get the…
 
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    Addicted to Writing

  • So What About Professional Novel Editing Services?

    Pinar Tarhan
    19 Oct 2014 | 1:26 pm
    I’ve previously covered various screenplay coverage services on the blog, and I’ll keep updating you on the results. But what about novels? Should we try to get our novels reviewed by professional readers? When should we do it, and how much does it cost? I have a beta reader who has been immensely helpful with […]
  • Terrific Resources on How to (Re)Write Your Screenplay: Writing better scene descriptions, introducing characters & more

    Pinar Tarhan
    29 Sep 2014 | 5:02 am
      After entering numerous contests, getting different professional feedback for the same script and editing according to what I’ve learned from studying other screenplays, screenplay writing resources and the notes from professionals, I’m a lot more confident in my editing and rewriting skills. That’s not to say I feel I’m done, far from it. But […]
  • Hunting for The Right Premium WordPress Theme

    Pinar Tarhan
    7 Sep 2014 | 8:36 am
    Premium WordPress themes come with so many advantages, and usually at about 40-75 bucks, so I decided to take my blog design to the next level and search for the perfect WordPress theme for my blog. I looked at the usual suspects first, like Studio Press and Elegant Themes that are recommended by a lot […]
  • Review: Alexis Grant’s How to Take a Career Break to Travel

    Pinar Tarhan
    28 Aug 2014 | 10:58 am
      Alexis Grant, in her own words, is an entrepreneurial writer and digital strategist with a focus on careers. She is also a writer who has practiced what she preaches – she took her travel break in 2008. Alexis Grant’s guide is perfect for anyone who’s planning s career break to travel, but it just […]
  • Something’s Gotta Give – Life Is Stranger (and Funnier) Than Fiction & How Much Fiction is Your Fiction?

    Pinar Tarhan
    22 Aug 2014 | 5:15 am
    Something’s Gotta Give is one of my favorite romantic comedies of all time. It’s hilarious, pretty original in a lot of places, feautures one hell of a cast (Jack Nicholson, Diane Keaton, Keanu Reeves, Frances McDormand) and its script is available online for fellow romantic comedy/drama writers. If you are looking for a movie review, […]
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  • 6 Tips to Get More Done After Lunch

    Anthony
    15 Oct 2014 | 7:18 am
    Photo Credit: Kenny Louie, https://www.flickr.com/photos/kwl/ You’ve had one of those days. You wake up early, get to work with time to spare, feeling sharp and on-point. You check off item after item on your to do list and it feels AMAZING. Everything just flows.  Then you go to lunch. Sluggish, distracted, and a little bit sleepy – you stumble back to your desk after lunch and do your best to stay awake; forget about being productive. The options are slim and usually not very healthy. Coffee. Sugar. Facebook. You’re packing on the pounds or attracting the wrong kind of attention…
  • 7 Tips to Help You Trust Your To Do List

    Anthony
    29 Jul 2014 | 5:51 pm
    A few years ago, I read David Allen’s Getting Things Done – a right of passage for any entrepreneur it seems. The book was an eye opener, but it took me more than a year and a half from reading it before my day looked even remotely close to what Allen describes in his book. This was a source of great stress for me. So much so that I bought software, attended online courses, and threw away old notebooks just to try and break old habits and build the new one I knew would be beneficial to me. If you’re anything like I was then, you can see the benefit of having a well manicured to do…
  • 5 Tips to Resurrect a Dead or Dying Company Blog

    Anthony
    10 May 2014 | 2:41 pm
    A friend of mine called last week with a question. Having recently started a new job for a small publishing company, he was tasked with resurrecting the company’s long dead blog. His boss rightly noted that it was a good way to engage with readers and prospective authors, but there were three problems. The blog was abandoned When active, it didn’t perform well My friend had limited time to manage the blog This is a common problem. According to a 2012 survey by Blogging.org, 60% of all businesses have a business or company blog, and yet 65% of those blogs haven’t been updated in a year…
  • Do You Need a Swipe File?

    Anthony
    6 Sep 2013 | 11:16 am
    I’m not originally a copywriter by trade. That’s a common misconception. Things have changed in recent years, largely because the consistency and quality of writing needed for even a local website to compete has increased dramatically. Content needs to be clever, witty, convincing, and converting. So I spent the better part of the years since the first Google Panda update reading up on what drives human behavior, what triggers certain actions, and how I can make my copy not just convincing, but compulsively readable. One of the most important tips I’ve discovered yet, and one that I…
  • How to Define a “Doable” Task

    Anthony
    12 Jun 2013 | 11:42 am
    One of the biggest general obstacles to productivity is the idea of “doability”. Goals, dreams, and tasks become interchangeable to a point that the average to do list is too vague and extremely hard to take action on. If you’ve read any books on productivity, you know that this is the underpinning of most systems. Finding a way to generate actionable, “doable” tasks that can be completed in a finite period of time. “Build a website” is not an actionable task. It is a goal, possibly a milestone. If I were to ask you exactly how long it would take to build a website, or what was…
 
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  • Website Mockup Viral Web Design Tips for Web Designers

    Abrar Ahmed
    24 Oct 2014 | 1:32 pm
    There are portfolios where there are popular designers having viral website mockup designs followed, loved and shared by thousands and millions of other website mockup designers. We all as a designer have a dream to design that goes viral ultimately increasing job opportunities from the daddy’s around the world ready to spend thousands of dollars in a website mockup design. Well hell yeh, we all want this attention with a single psd website mockup design but it’s not possible though. There are certain parameters and conditions that every viral website mockup follows. Nothing goes…
  • Top 12 Web Design Inspiration for Web Designers 2014 – OCTOBER

    Abrar Ahmed
    23 Oct 2014 | 10:23 pm
    Ready to start your inspiring engine for the month? Following are the handpicked top web design inspiration of the month October 2014. Gear up and inspire yourself fast!   1. Beetle 50 Web Design Inspiration by Alan (R3DO) Rodríguez   2. CUG Mobile App Web Design Inspiration by Dominik Pietruszka   3. Warsaw Rising Web Design by Pawel Rebisz & BrightMedia   4. Lappsy App Web Design by Arkadiusz P?atek   5. Garden Estudio Web Design by Jeferson Matana & Lucas Bebber   6. Faverge Museum by BASOV DESIGN   7. Relatos Salvajes Movie…
  • 20 Best Google Chrome Apps and Extensions for Web Designers

    Abrar Ahmed
    17 Oct 2014 | 8:07 am
    Browser, today isn’t much only a browser but a whole workspace for a web designer. Chrome, the most used browser of the world has some great apps and extensions to work with making life easier. As for a designer, there are some great chrome apps and extensions which allows a designer in his work of colors, shapes, cool other chrome apps and extensions and there is no limit and I am sure you will love it. 1. Gliffy Diagram chrome app One of the best chrome apps on earth is ‘Gliffy Diagrams’ which enables you to design diagrams, charts including flowcharts and mockups. It is…
  • Top 5 CSS tutorials and tools for beginner css training

    Abrar Ahmed
    14 Oct 2014 | 11:41 am
    Imagine a world without colors:   But look html (website) without css:       Its even horrific for a client when he just receives the html and his reactions are:   So much for the images. Just is as I said, html without css is incomplete and the reason of designing a website is buried down to the hell. There are different levels of difficulty around the world and there is a need of css tutorials and css training to understand websites and get most out of a great website. CSS tutorials are important because no one in the world is perfect and could get ravel in this…
  • Top 31 websites/tools to showcase your portfolio web design

    Abrar Ahmed
    10 Oct 2014 | 6:00 am
    Every client in the world needs a perfect partner who could help sort out the problems for him/her. In the case, a perfect partner is the one who has perfect attributes of a perfect partner for a client. What do you think why a new freelancer couldn’t convince a client as a perfect fit partner for a particular job? There are many things but the most prominent one and actually the most noticable one or one that distingusihes between a serious and a non-serious freelancer is ofcourse the freelancer’s portfolio.   Why so serious?   Now, is it serious? Now the question arises that…
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  • Project-based v.s. Project-driven learning

    patel0phone
    24 Oct 2014 | 7:04 am
    A small difference that will drastically change the way you learn This blog post explains Thinkful’s shift in teaching philosophy. We’re reviewing our curricula to transition from project-based learning towards project-driven learning. Here’s why.  Projects beat lectures. Always. Educators have caught onto this, and even the most traditional educational institutions have gotten excited about project-based curricula. There’s a lot to like—it encourages practice, emulates real work environments, and increases knowledge retention. At Thinkful, we’ve always used project-based…
  • Do I Need an MBA to Start a Company?

    patel0phone
    14 Oct 2014 | 2:53 pm
    If you’ve been struck by the entrepeneurial bug, navigating the next steps can be murky. Should you go for your MBA and build up your business fundamentals, or can you jump right in and start a company? While there is no one-size-fits-all approach to career development, there are several important factors to take into account. Online Resources & Incubators The good news is that there are more resources than ever to help you determine the best route for pursuing your entrepreneurial aspirations. Incubator programs like Y Combinator, Techstars, and 500 Startups are growing…
  • Finding My Paintbrush Through Web Design

    patel0phone
    14 Oct 2014 | 2:53 pm
    Andra Roston |  Thinkful Frontend Alum | Portfolio I always loved art class. The idea of transferring my inner thoughts onto a physical surface was a magical prospect. Creating something beautiful and expressive seemed like the epitome of being artistic. Unfortunately, art class didn’t like me back. I was terrible. Anything that required any sort of precision work with my hands left me in tears. I had grand visions of presentation boards for projects at school, but couldn’t cut in a straight line; I smudged all my work. Although disheartened, the need to express my creativity in a visual…
  • The Ultimate List of Women in Tech Resources

    tatianatylosky
    14 Oct 2014 | 10:30 am
    Tatiana Tylosky | Aspiring Programmer @ Thinkful | Blog I’m passionate about getting more women in STEM fields and I’ve previously written other women in tech pieces including Women in Tech Scholarships and Advice from Women in Tech. I have attended and hosted a number of women in tech events and meetups, and I wanted to share my list with other women.  Meetup Organizations  Black Girls Code: This non-profit introduces young black girls to various programming languages including Ruby on Rails. They also host hackathons and workshops and offer scholarships.  Girl Develop…
  • My First Month Coding: An Emotional Roller Coaster

    patel0phone
    30 Sep 2014 | 1:20 pm
    Cathy Bechler | Thinkful Frontend student | Twitter One week ago I was absolutely struggling with a project. I was attempting to code my first website - a static webpage for Thinkful’s web development course. It had been a few weeks into the course when I realized an ongoing trend. I would struggle then feel invincible. Struggle. Invincibile. Repeat. I had no idea whether this was “normal” in the programming world so I posed the question in our student/mentor community to assess my sanity. When my comments were shared as a blog post, the response was overwhelming [thank…
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