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  • Freelance Writing Jobs for August 26, 2014

    Freelance Writing Jobs | A Freelance Writing Community and Freelance Writing Jobs Resource
    Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    26 Aug 2014 | 4:00 am
    Good morning, everyone. Here are your freelance writing jobs for today. Have a good one! Freelance Writing Jobs Content Writing Jobs Web Wiki Writer/Editor/Consultant (Houston/Some Remote) Part-time Emerging Technology/Startup Writer (Mostly Boston) Tool Hobbyist Writer Article Writer (Remote) Content Managers (Remote) Online Content Reviewers (Remote) Internet Content Writer Why It Is Important to Get New Clients Even if You Have Enough Regular Work Blogging Jobs Corporate Blogger (Anywhere) Part-time Blogger (Tampa) Music Bloggers (Remote) Lifestyle Apparel Brand Blogger (Remote) Talented…
  • Overcome Procrastination With These Easy Strategies

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    Gail Brenner
    26 Aug 2014 | 4:09 am
    If you’re a writer, you’re probably familiar with procrastination. It descends like a haze. It takes you over before you know it. And there you are, checking email for the millionth time rather than focusing on the task at hand. Judging yourself or wishing it wouldn’t happen are unlikely to help you. But turning to take a look at procrastination, to understand what it is and how it catches you—that’s empowering and leads to solutions that will get you back on track. Don’t think you’re going to eliminate procrastination forever. Instead, it’s about…
  • How to Find Out What Your Email Subscribers Really Want

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    David Masters
    25 Aug 2014 | 5:53 am
    There's a cardinal rule in business:If you're providing a service, or selling a product that people want and are willing to pay for, then you're on the road to success.Marketing has a bad reputation because so often it's about interrupting people's lives and trying to convince them that they want a product they've no real need for. Think of TV commercials or adverts in magazines and newspapers. Occasionally they're amusing. But more often than not, they're frustrating. They get in the way and distract our attention from what we really want to focus on.Email marketing has…
  • Digital creatives with an idea vie for £12,500

    YourSite.com
    27 Aug 2014 | 9:48 pm
    Start-ups can compete to turn their prototypes into commercial products.
  • Win a Scholarship to the Best Writing Course for Business Owners

    Men with Pens
    James Chartrand
    13 Aug 2014 | 9:09 am
    Each time I prepare for a new session of the Damn Fine Words writing course, I open up the DFW writing contest. Many people tell me they wish they could register for the course, because if they could just get in... ... they'd finally have the skills to write engaging website copy that pulls in much-needed clients. ...they could make more money, instead of guessing at what to write and struggling to get words out on the page. ...they could feel excited and happy about writing for their business for the first time in their lives, instead of agonizing over every word. I want to help make that…
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    Freelance Writing Jobs | A Freelance Writing Community and Freelance Writing Jobs Resource

  • Freelance Writing Jobs for August 26, 2014

    Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    26 Aug 2014 | 4:00 am
    Good morning, everyone. Here are your freelance writing jobs for today. Have a good one! Freelance Writing Jobs Content Writing Jobs Web Wiki Writer/Editor/Consultant (Houston/Some Remote) Part-time Emerging Technology/Startup Writer (Mostly Boston) Tool Hobbyist Writer Article Writer (Remote) Content Managers (Remote) Online Content Reviewers (Remote) Internet Content Writer Why It Is Important to Get New Clients Even if You Have Enough Regular Work Blogging Jobs Corporate Blogger (Anywhere) Part-time Blogger (Tampa) Music Bloggers (Remote) Lifestyle Apparel Brand Blogger (Remote) Talented…
  • Freelance Writing Jobs for August 25, 2014

    Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    25 Aug 2014 | 4:00 am
    It’s the last week of August. I know we say it all the time, but the last month really has flown by, hasn’t it? Let’s start this last week with some freelance writing jobs. Good luck! Freelance Writing Jobs Content Writing Jobs Freelance Writers – Haute Media Group (NY/Telecommute) Writers/Editors (Telecommute) Blogging Jobs Financial Blogger Blogger – Arts/Fashion/Restaurants (LA/Remote) Should you Post Freelance Writer Rates on your Website? Copywriting Jobs Freelance Copywriter Copywriter (Seattle/Remote) Senior Freelance Copywriter (Remote) Freelance…
  • Should you Post Freelance Writer Rates on your Website?

    Jodee Redmond
    24 Aug 2014 | 7:26 pm
    Any time the question of freelance writer rates comes up, a heated discussion rapidly ensues. No doubt there are many different opinions about whether it is appropriate to post rates on your website for potential clients (and your competition) to see, or if you are better off inviting your clients to contact you for a quote instead. We’re going to examine different options so that you can decide which will work best for your business. What Type of Freelance Writing Business are you Running? Before you can make a decision about whether you should post your rates on your website, you need to…
  • Freelance Writing Jobs for August 22, 2014

    Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    22 Aug 2014 | 4:00 am
    TGIF! Here’s to a great weekend ahead, but let’s look at some freelance writing jobs first, shall we? Freelance Writing Jobs Content Writing Jobs Freelance Writers for Fashion Times (Offsite) Content Manager – Weekend Web Content Writer (Miami Beach) Content Writers for Forum (Remote) Writer for Marijuana Project (Vancouver) Two Simple (and sort of mean) Words Every Blogger Should Know Blogging Jobs Data Center Technology Blogger (USA) Part-time Blogger (Remote) Toronto Fashion and Lifestyle Bloggers Music Bloggers/Reviewers Copywriting Jobs Freelance Copywriter (Manhattan…
  • Freelance Writing Jobs for August 21, 2014

    Noemi Tasarra-Twigg
    21 Aug 2014 | 4:00 am
    Good morning! Here are your freelance writing jobs for today. Good luck! Freelance Writing Jobs Content Writing Jobs Ghostwriter for WordPress Articles (Remote) Freelance Writer Parenting Writer (Remote) Blogging Jobs Smartphone/Tablet Blogger (Anywhere) How To Assess The Financial Health Of Your Writing Business Copywriting Jobs Freelance Marketing Copywriter (SF/Remote) Experienced Fashion Copywriter (Telecommute) Freelance YouTube SEO Specialist/Copywriter (Boston) Copywriter (Telecommute) Medical Marketing Writer – Freelance (Remote) Direct Response Copywriter Kickstarter…
 
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    Write to Done

  • Overcome Procrastination With These Easy Strategies

    Gail Brenner
    26 Aug 2014 | 4:09 am
    If you’re a writer, you’re probably familiar with procrastination. It descends like a haze. It takes you over before you know it. And there you are, checking email for the millionth time rather than focusing on the task at hand. Judging yourself or wishing it wouldn’t happen are unlikely to help you. But turning to take a look at procrastination, to understand what it is and how it catches you—that’s empowering and leads to solutions that will get you back on track. Don’t think you’re going to eliminate procrastination forever. Instead, it’s about…
  • 5 Systems You Need to Skyrocket Your Freelance Writing Career

    Michael Ofei
    19 Aug 2014 | 2:12 pm
    Do you dream of a freelance writing career? Maybe you want to do creative work, meet amazing people, set your own schedule, and of course, work from anywhere in the world. But is this the reality? Read on to find out what it’s really like and how to create a successful freelance writing career. To be successful, you have to deal with clients, stay on top of your finances and bookkeeping, build relationships in the industry, market your business continuously, and perform all the administrative tasks needed to keep things afloat. With so much to do, do you occasionally feel like you…
  • 10 Quotes to Kickstart Your Inspiration for Writing

    Mary Jaksch
    15 Aug 2014 | 12:21 pm
    In Leo Babauta’s article, 31 Ways to Find Inspiration For Your Writing, he says: Great quotes help inspire me. I like to go to various quote sites to find ideas to spark my writing, turns of phrase that show what can be done with the language, motivation for self-improvement. I’ve collected ten quotes to give you inspiration for writing. Here’s how to use them: Get a notebook or piece of paper and a pen and put it beside you. Now take time to look at each image and then capture any ideas that are triggered in your mind. Make sure you write them down!   Contributed by…
  • What Are YOU Writing?

    Mary Jaksch
    2 Aug 2014 | 10:47 am
    What are you working on right now? A novel? Your best article ever? A poem? A film script? Maybe you’ve just finished something you’re really proud of? Or you just can’t tell whether it should get a Pulitzer or be thrown into the trash? Here’s your chance to share and discuss with each other what you are writing about. Whet our appetite with the opening paragraph of your future bestseller or give us a link to your best article. Tell us: what are you writing at the moment? Who knows, your piece might even attract the notice of a major publishing house! Here are some…
  • Lost Your Motivation to Write? The One Thing that Helps

    Len Markidan
    31 Jul 2014 | 3:02 am
    Have you ever lost your motivation to write? You have a deadline staring you in the face, and no words to reach it. Feels awful, doesn’t it? People love talking about motivation. The truth is, there’s some great content out there about getting motivated.   But asking “How do I motivate myself?” misses a critical point: What do you do when you’re motivated?   How do you turn motivation into productivity? And more importantly, how do you harness motivation to ensure that you stay productive later? In effect: how to write even when you’re not…
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    Tuts+ Business

  • How to Find Out What Your Email Subscribers Really Want

    David Masters
    25 Aug 2014 | 5:53 am
    There's a cardinal rule in business:If you're providing a service, or selling a product that people want and are willing to pay for, then you're on the road to success.Marketing has a bad reputation because so often it's about interrupting people's lives and trying to convince them that they want a product they've no real need for. Think of TV commercials or adverts in magazines and newspapers. Occasionally they're amusing. But more often than not, they're frustrating. They get in the way and distract our attention from what we really want to focus on.Email marketing has…
  • Running a Successful Franchise

    Andrew Blackman
    18 Aug 2014 | 5:10 am
    Congratulations! If you’ve followed all the steps so far in our series on buying and running a successful franchise, you now find yourself in possession of a franchise that’s perfect for you.Doing all the careful research we’ve talked about puts you in an excellent position as you start out as a franchisee. You now understand the business model, you’re clear about what to expect, and you’re confident that you’ve made the best choice of franchise.But you still have a lot of hard work ahead of you. In this tutorial we’ll look at how to get your business off the ground, make it…
  • How to Create an Effective Autoresponder Sequence

    David Masters
    11 Aug 2014 | 4:49 am
    An autoresponder sequence is ideal for improving your email open and click through rates. That's because an autoresponder sequence:Builds a relationship with your subscribers.Gets your subscribers to habitually open your emails.Let's take a look at what an autoresponder sequence is, the benefits of using one in your email marketing, and how you can set one up.What is an Autoresponder Sequence?An autoresponder sequence is a series of emails that's automatically sent out to people subscribed to your email list. Typically, an autoresponder sequence is sent out to new subscribers.When you put…
  • Tuts+ is Hiring a Copy Editor

    David Appleyard
    6 Aug 2014 | 1:41 am
    We're excited to announce that Tuts+ is currently looking for a copy editor to join our team. If you've got a love for language and written word, excellent communication skills, and a passion for teaching, this might be the job for you!What Does the Role Involve?This role centres around ensuring all published Tuts+ tutorial content is of a consistently high standard, with each piece meeting our style and grammar guidelines and being structured to best educate its intended audience.You’ll be tasked with taking completed draft tutorials and polishing them into a shining beacon of grammatical…
  • How to Decode a Franchise Disclosure Document and Franchise Agreement

    Andrew Blackman
    4 Aug 2014 | 5:10 am
    Here’s the good news: Before you buy a franchise in the U.S., the franchisor is legally required to provide you with detailed information about the business, so that you know exactly what you’re getting into.The bad news? These documents are typically drafted by lawyers. They often run to hundreds of pages, and the language can be impenetrable.So the danger is that you treat the Franchise Disclosure Document like the license agreement for some new software. You know you should read it, but there’s just too much of it, and in the end you just click “Agree” and move on.But a franchise…
 
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    Men with Pens

  • Win a Scholarship to the Best Writing Course for Business Owners

    James Chartrand
    13 Aug 2014 | 9:09 am
    Each time I prepare for a new session of the Damn Fine Words writing course, I open up the DFW writing contest. Many people tell me they wish they could register for the course, because if they could just get in... ... they'd finally have the skills to write engaging website copy that pulls in much-needed clients. ...they could make more money, instead of guessing at what to write and struggling to get words out on the page. ...they could feel excited and happy about writing for their business for the first time in their lives, instead of agonizing over every word. I want to help make that…
  • 5 Smart Sentences that Clients Need to Hear from You

    Agent X
    2 Jun 2014 | 10:00 pm
    “Thanks, but we decided to go with someone else.” You don't understand what happened. You've lost the gig… but everything was going so well! The client seemed keen to work with you, you’d hammered out the details, and the only thing left was the final go-ahead to start the work. Instead of getting a green light, you receive a one-line email from the client that says they chose another freelancer. That’s when warning signals start going off in your head. Maybe the problem isn't with the client – maybe the problem is you. Click here to read the full article →Another…
  • How to Get Back to Writing After a Death in the Family

    Agent X
    26 May 2014 | 10:00 pm
    2013 was a good writing year. At least, for me: I wrote and self-published two books, began writing a third and had articles published as well. I was proud of what I'd accomplished and was determined to ride the momentum to make 2014 even better. I set my goals, made my plans, and on January 1st, I was off to the races. Then one morning in mid-February, I got the news that a cherished family member had died. All my writing progress came to a grinding halt. Click here to read the full article →Another rocking post from Men With Pens! How to Get Back to Writing After a Death in the…
  • How to Find Your Muse – and Fire Her

    Agent X
    22 May 2014 | 7:37 am
    The Muse - the source of creativity and inspiration that all writers search for so desperately. I’d found mine a few years back, and oh, what a vision she was! Airy and beautiful, lulling me with dulcet tones. I was enthralled. No more writer’s block, no more floundering for inspiration and ideas. She was the answer to my literary prayers. I summoned my beleaguered Muse more and more often until we arrived at an impasse. “I’m sorry,” she said, “but this is untenable. Can’t you do any of this yourself?” I sought out the answers on how to find my own inspiration, but the…
  • The Bad Writing Advice that Kills Your Success

    James Chartrand
    17 Apr 2014 | 7:48 am
    The writing industry is rife with advice. Some of it is great advice. Some is good advice, even if it's fairly commonplace. But amidst the great and good advice is bad advice, and it's not always easy to tell the difference. The bad advice isn't just bad – it's often so bad that it does more harm than good. I've held the hand of many a writer as I coach them back out of the sucking quagmire of bad advice before they get pulled under by the quicksand. It's not always pretty. It's definitely always hard. Want an example of bad writing advice? You'll get it – and learn how to avoid it – in…
 
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    Angela Booth's Fab Freelance Writing Blog

  • Writing Anxiety: Transform Your Relationship With Fear

    Angela Booth
    25 Aug 2014 | 5:24 pm
    Writing anxiety is normal, natural, and very useful. “Genuine confidence is not the absence of fear; it is a transformed relationship with fear.” Dr. Russ Harris, The Confidence Gap Use your anxiety/ fear as fuel for your writing. It’s energy. Accept it, and start writing. You’ll soon be a confident writer. :-)   The post Writing Anxiety: Transform Your Relationship With Fear appeared first on Angela Booth's Fab Freelance Writing Blog.
  • Make Writing EASY and Get Read

    Angela Booth
    25 Aug 2014 | 6:32 am
    Want to make all your writing easy? You can, once you gain access to your inspiration. Here’s the biggest benefit: when you’re inspired, you’ll get readers, because you’ll stop trying to “write.” This slide deck will help; the notes to the slide deck are below.   Authentic Writing – Created with Haiku Deck, presentation software that inspires AUTHENTIC WRITING: THE EASIEST WAY TO SOLVE ALL YOUR WRITING CHALLENGES Want to solve your writing challenges? Here you go. Two words: be yourself. When you write authentically, from the heart, you’re an…
  • Short Stories Sell

    Angela Booth
    24 Aug 2014 | 4:00 pm
    I get questions about short stories every week, asking whether short stories sell. They do. As I’ve mentioned on my writing journal, I’m quitting ghostwriting fiction. In 2015, all the fiction I write will be my own. I’ll be writing short stories A LOT after I make the switch. Not only because they sell, but also because they’re perfect for marketing. And also because I love hitting the Publish button. Apropos short stories selling, from The Passive Voice: I currently have four novels out with a small market publisher, and the fifth is due out in October. Unless something dramatic…
  • Build Your Creative Writing Skills: Programs Almost GONE

    Angela Booth
    24 Aug 2014 | 1:53 pm
    Build your creative writing skills with these three amazing programs. They’re are about to close. You’ll love them. 3 Bestselling Programs Closing: Blogging, Content, and Fiction   Click here. Just 24 hours remaining. The offering closes when it’s August 25 in all time zones. Enjoy. :-) Join Angela on Google+, and on Twitter: @angee. You can find Angela on Pinterest, and on YouTube, too. The post Build Your Creative Writing Skills: Programs Almost GONE appeared first on Angela Booth's Fab Freelance Writing Blog.
  • Make Money Writing With 5 Fabulous Programs

    Angela Booth
    23 Aug 2014 | 5:33 pm
    You want to make money writing. As we’ve said, we’re clearing the decks of our bestselling writing programs. We’ve got more coming, so we’re withdrawing all the programs which we’re not actively promoting. This is good news for you. This week, we have FIVE programs which are closing. All are offered at a special price. Some at an amazing price — the Master Kindle Ebooks program is a ridiculous price, when you consider that it includes coaching, as do all our offerings. 5 programs to love, if you want to make money writing All five programs will be withdrawn on August 30.
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    Monica Valentinelli, Writer, Game Designer, and Consultant

  • [New Release] Echoes of War: Thrillin’ Heroics

    Monica Valentinelli
    6 Aug 2014 | 5:35 am
    Howdy Browncoats! I’m very happy to announce that we will have a new Firefly RPG release coming off press this coming Friday, August 8th, and available for you to order today. Printed copies will be available at Gen Con and then hitting retailers everywhere shortly thereafter. Order from us or your Friendly Local Game Store today and receive the PDF from us for free … TODAY. Just want the PDF? No problem. It’s available now on DriveThruRPG.com. It’s called Echoes of War: Thrillin’ Heroics and I’m here to tell you all about it! If you’ve been following our Firefly RPG…
  • A Fond Farewell to Studio Ghibli

    Monica Valentinelli
    4 Aug 2014 | 6:35 am
    Working on getting ready for GenCon 2014, where we’ll be presenting the Firefly RPG corebook in print. I’m also wrapping up some other gaming supplements that have been sitting on the back burner, and am getting ready to dive into a new (yet announced) edition of an RPG in September. Been scrambling, really, to get caught up after our move and make sure I answer questions as fast as I possibly can. The Firefly RPG fans are reaching out to us every which when they can, and myself and our team have been hitting the forums, Google+, Twitter, Facebook, etc. and while everybody has…
  • So About That T-Shirt

    Monica Valentinelli
    1 Aug 2014 | 7:41 am
    You know how it goes. You think you’ve got a MASSIVE BRAIN with THOUSANDS OF NEURONS and you’re going to IMPRESS EVERYONE with your AWESOME BLOG POST and your BRAIN POWAH! Nada. Giant brains are meh and so 1890s…and this makes me die a little. Well, a lot but so it goes. I posted a selfie (this was a feat in and of itself, as I suck at taking selfies and almost always get an elbow all twisted or squinchy face) and got lots of compliments on earrings, T-shirt, and smile. Yes, I have teeth and shockingly–not pointy! Hair is non-existent as I have a bad hair day at least…
  • A Roundabout Post on Business Models

    Monica Valentinelli
    31 Jul 2014 | 12:20 pm
    Have just emerged from the crucible where many loose threads have either been cut off or knotted; some much longer than others. Overall? I’m good. Very good. Planning on a tattoo (if I’m not a wus, find a great artist, and get past the pain part of it…), slowly but surely unpacking my art supplies, and getting back into a routine after weeks of upheaval and changes. I’ve realized that “c” word–change–is very scary to a lot of people, because it often means that you have to take someone from point A to the unknown. Sometimes, folk double down…
  • Flotsam and Jetsam. Not Eels.

    Monica Valentinelli
    24 Jul 2014 | 12:29 pm
    Been a while since I’ve blogged, and I’m very sorry about that. Have been neck-deep in a maelstrom of change, deadlines, and life upheavals. With the dust settling, let’s just say that I’m a touch behind… Our new place is great (everyone here treats us like gold) and we’ve managed to get the kitchen, master bath, and living room up-and-running. The rest of it, though? HAH, HAH, HAH! Still need to sort through my art supplies and get caught up with “Oh, I should have done that years ago.” For example, to decorate the broom I made I bought these…
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    Men with Pens

  • Win a Scholarship to the Best Writing Course for Business Owners

    James Chartrand
    13 Aug 2014 | 9:09 am
    Each time I prepare for a new session of the Damn Fine Words writing course, I open up the DFW writing contest. Many people tell me they wish they could register for the course, because if they could just get in... ... they'd finally have the skills to write engaging website copy that pulls in much-needed clients. ...they could make more money, instead of guessing at what to write and struggling to get words out on the page. ...they could feel excited and happy about writing for their business for the first time in their lives, instead of agonizing over every word. I want to help make that…
  • 5 Smart Sentences that Clients Need to Hear from You

    Agent X
    2 Jun 2014 | 10:00 pm
    “Thanks, but we decided to go with someone else.” You don't understand what happened. You've lost the gig… but everything was going so well! The client seemed keen to work with you, you’d hammered out the details, and the only thing left was the final go-ahead to start the work. Instead of getting a green light, you receive a one-line email from the client that says they chose another freelancer. That’s when warning signals start going off in your head. Maybe the problem isn't with the client – maybe the problem is you. Click here to read the full article →Another…
  • How to Get Back to Writing After a Death in the Family

    Agent X
    26 May 2014 | 10:00 pm
    2013 was a good writing year. At least, for me: I wrote and self-published two books, began writing a third and had articles published as well. I was proud of what I'd accomplished and was determined to ride the momentum to make 2014 even better. I set my goals, made my plans, and on January 1st, I was off to the races. Then one morning in mid-February, I got the news that a cherished family member had died. All my writing progress came to a grinding halt. Click here to read the full article →Another rocking post from Men With Pens! How to Get Back to Writing After a Death in the…
  • How to Find Your Muse – and Fire Her

    Agent X
    22 May 2014 | 7:37 am
    The Muse - the source of creativity and inspiration that all writers search for so desperately. I’d found mine a few years back, and oh, what a vision she was! Airy and beautiful, lulling me with dulcet tones. I was enthralled. No more writer’s block, no more floundering for inspiration and ideas. She was the answer to my literary prayers. I summoned my beleaguered Muse more and more often until we arrived at an impasse. “I’m sorry,” she said, “but this is untenable. Can’t you do any of this yourself?” I sought out the answers on how to find my own inspiration, but the…
  • The Bad Writing Advice that Kills Your Success

    James Chartrand
    17 Apr 2014 | 7:48 am
    The writing industry is rife with advice. Some of it is great advice. Some is good advice, even if it's fairly commonplace. But amidst the great and good advice is bad advice, and it's not always easy to tell the difference. The bad advice isn't just bad – it's often so bad that it does more harm than good. I've held the hand of many a writer as I coach them back out of the sucking quagmire of bad advice before they get pulled under by the quicksand. It's not always pretty. It's definitely always hard. Want an example of bad writing advice? You'll get it – and learn how to avoid it – in…
 
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    AuthenticJobs.com Job Listings - Freelance

  • Blue Spark Ventures: UI/UX Designer

    26 Aug 2014 | 2:51 pm
    (DC Metro) We are looking for someone to help design a website/online app that we are very exciting about creating.   We’re looking for a great designer who is an expert in responsive web design using modern web standards including HTML5, CSS3, some Javascript familiarity. The system is being developed using AngularJS with Bootstrap3, and is currently at prototype phase.You'll begin by generating wireframes so we know exactly what we need to build.  After that you'll develop screen mockups with fully fleshed art, including logos, typography, etc. After some back and forth, you…
  • Company confidential: Early Childhood User Interface/User Experience Design Consultant

    26 Aug 2014 | 4:34 am
    (New York City, NY, or Anywhere) Members of an award-winning K-12 educational technology company are seeking an experienced UI/UX design consultant with strong visual and technical skills to collaborate with the growing team of a new digital education startup focusing on the early childhood market.    This is a consulting position that may involve some work from our NYC but it's not a must, most of the work can be done remotely.  ResponsibilitiesThe role will involve: Cooperating with the product development team, including: content experts, pedagogical experts,…
  • Slice n Press: WordPress Programmer

    25 Aug 2014 | 11:37 am
    (United States) SlicenPress is looking for an excellent WordPress/PHP freelance developer to join our team. We're looking for someone who can work with us long term on a wide variety of projects. This is a programming position - you should have experience building WordPress plugins and themes from scratch.Why work with Slice n Press? We work on fast paced, challenging projects for non-profits, small companies, and large corporations. You won't get bored :) Friendly team - we treat everyone with respect and value the skills and ideas you bring to the table. Typical Projects: Develop a custom…
  • : FREELANCE RETOUCHER

    22 Aug 2014 | 7:50 pm
    (US) A small SF design group is looking for a talented FREELANCE RETOUCHER that does great work on time and on budget. You must be able to work remotely and communicate effectively through Skype and/or conference calls.If you have the following, we’d love to hear from you:QUALIFICATIONS    •    7+ years experience as a photo retoucher    •    An obsession with details and desire to do great work    •    Excellent conceptual skills    •    Excellent…
  • SF Design Group: Senior Freelance Copywriter

    21 Aug 2014 | 8:35 pm
    (Anywhere in the U.S.) A small design group is looking for a talented freelance copywriter that does great work on time and on budget. You must be able to work remotely and communicate effectively through Skype and/or conference calls. ----------------------If you have the following, we'd love to hear from you:QUALIFICATIONS- 7+ years experience as copywriter- Prior agency experience- An obsession with details and desire to do great work- Excellent conceptual skills- Excellent communication and presentation skills- Excellent research, troubleshooting, and problem-solving skills- Wide range of…
 
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    Freelance Jobs

  • Mystery shoppers needed in Sweden - Market Research Freelance Job

    HelionR
    26 Aug 2014 | 9:01 am
    A big automotive mystery shopping project started in Sweden on August! The project is very simple and requires only a driving license and some passion for cars. There is also an option for test drive. The payment is really good and the Client is a very famous car brand. Feel free to apply if you live in the following counties: Norbotten; Vasterbotten; Jamtland; Vastemorrland; Gavleborg; Dalarna; Varlmland; Vastra Gotaland; Halland; Jonkoping; Kronoberg; Skane; Karlskrona; Kalmar; Ostergotland; Nykoping; Orebro; Uppsala, Vasteras. As a Helion Evaluator you will evaluate the customer service in…
  • Bookstore template customization - Website Design Freelance Job

    James-M
    26 Aug 2014 | 9:01 am
    Hi Need to have a web template turned into a website - http://icetemplates.com/shop/bookshop-responsive-one-page-theme/ The project is about changing logo, populating the pages with my own text, setting up the contact form and the newsletter subscription form, replacing images everywhere they're found with those I'll provide, also alter color scheme at a few spots via CSS and remove some redundant elements. More specific information will be supplied after hire.
  • MEAN stack developer - long-term - Website Programming Freelance Job

    Craedone
    26 Aug 2014 | 9:01 am
    I'm going to be launching several proof-of-concept websites, all on the MEAN stack (MongoDB + Express + Angular + Node). All projects will be managed using agile methodologies and tracked via story boards. I'm hoping this will be a long-term placement (12+ months). You must have: * hands-on coding experience with ExpressJS or Angular (both preferred) * working knowledge of MongoDB * good communication skills (English) * experience & familiarity with unit testing (all projects should follow TDD with code coverage reports) * know how to use Grunt * know LESS * know GIT Nice to have: *…
  • I Need Of An Expert Graphic Designer. - Graphic Design Freelance Job

    Sathish D
    26 Aug 2014 | 4:58 am
    Job description A graphic designer is responsible for creating design solutions that have a high visual impact. Their designs are required for a huge variety of products and activities, such as websites, advertising, books, magazines, posters, computer games, product packaging, corporate communications and corporate identity, i.e. giving organisations a visual 'brand'. A graphic designer works to a brief agreed with the client. They should have creative ideas and concepts, choosing the appropriate media and style to meet the client's objectives. Skills/Qualifications: Graphic Design Skills,…
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  • ARTICLES NEEDED by adilabro

    26 Aug 2014 | 2:11 pm
    Hi, I need articles for my website. Rate is fixed 4$ per piece. Preference will be given to Pakistani Freelancers. articles should be SCO _friendly it can be ongoing. (Budget: $2-$8 USD, Jobs: Article Rewriting, Articles, Content Writing, Copywriting, Ghostwriting)
  • Articles for Insurance Website - oDesk

    26 Aug 2014 | 7:05 am
    Thank you for looking at this posting. We require 22 articles written about life insurance and companies that provide life insurance in the UK. We are after high quality articles that can help readers. We only want to work with the writer directly, so please do not bid if you have an agency or you outsource the articles. Each article is to be 400 words or more. We will provide titles, templates and examples if needed. Articles need to be provided with valid HTML, we will advise if you do not know how to do this. The articles are to sound natural, and are designed to help those looking to buy…
  • Excellent Article Writer Needed - oDesk

    26 Aug 2014 | 7:05 am
    I will provide you all writing and information. None of the article will be more longer than 120 words. You have to re-written those articles in a good and professional way and make sure grammatically correct. I won't pay more than 2$ for each article and you will get 5 articles to write. Must need to have good feedback at oDesk. Specially in some writing jobs.Budget: $10Posted On: August 26, 2014 12:05 UTCID: 204448829Category: Writing & Translation > Technical WritingSkills: Array, ArrayCountry: Bangladeshclick to apply
  • Article writing - oDesk

    26 Aug 2014 | 7:04 am
    hi everyone my name is youssef and i'm new here, i'm a professional article writerBudget: $20Posted On: August 26, 2014 12:04 UTCID: 204448828Category: Writing & Translation > Blog & Article WritingSkills: Array, Array, ArrayCountry: click to apply
  • 10 SEO Articles for exisiting web 2.0 properties - oDesk

    26 Aug 2014 | 7:04 am
    10 SEO Articles for exisiting web 2.0 properties 100% Unique ArticlesBudget: $20Posted On: August 26, 2014 12:04 UTCID: 204448825Category: Sales & Marketing > SEO - Search Engine OptimizationSkills: ArrayCountry: United Statesclick to apply
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  • Site Content Creation - oDesk

    26 Aug 2014 | 7:01 am
    Looking for a good writer who can take an existing article and rewrite it creative and unique.Posted On: August 26, 2014 12:01 UTCID: 204448812Category: Writing & Translation > Website ContentSkills: Array, Array, ArrayCountry: click to apply
  • Creative & Engaging Content Writing by ipowersoftwares

    26 Aug 2014 | 6:44 am
    I am looking for content writer who can write unique, creative & engaging content for my website. Initially I will give couple of pages to check. If I find it the best, I will provide other pages. (Budget: $10-$30 USD, Jobs: Articles, Content Writing, Copywriting, Ghostwriting)
  • Content Writing by mariaantsiferova

    26 Aug 2014 | 5:43 am
    We an international company looking for local script writers to provide us with tours. We are currently looking for a person to provide us with a tour around city of Athens. The script is supposed to be informative, yet engaging and entertaining... (Budget: €250-€750 EUR, Jobs: Academic Writing, Articles, Content Writing, Copywriting, Ghostwriting)
  • Need Experienced English Writers for Articles, Blog Content and Top 10 Reviews - oDesk

    25 Aug 2014 | 7:04 am
    We are looking for experienced English writers to write articles, blog post content and Top 10 reviews for us. Financial knowledge is essential, but not mandatory. Topics include: Personal Finance, Financial Regulations, Financial Advisory, Investing, Company/Product Reviews, Top 10 Lists, etc. *** Each selected writer will be required to complete a trial 200+ word article ($5). I'll send you the topics for the trial post. If selected after the trial work, below are the available categories and rates. When placing your bid. Your BID rate should match one of the below rates. 1 - Articles…
  • Web Content Writer | Elance Job

    25 Aug 2014 | 6:38 am
    Hi Guys, Catchy Simple and Dynamic web content writer required to come up with content using good meta tags for SEO purposes from a sample template for our web guys to put on the site. We have a signage company so understanding of the industry pr... Category: Writing & Translation > Web Content Type and Budget: Fixed price (Not Sure) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 9, 2014 07:38 am ET) Start Date: Aug 25, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Not Verified Client Location: , Australia Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp, NotApp…
 
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  • Copywriting for Hutchison Fiberglass Pools & Spas - FLZJG8ZMA | Elance Job

    26 Aug 2014 | 1:50 pm
    Copywriting for a multi-page website Job Description:   [obscured]  /generateExternalEditURL?id=828539f6656dae3135161caacbf06274766ab3ccdd8c205a140a995d12aac75f 10 page site Home About Us Pool Designs Gallery Waterfalls & Spillovers Lighting ... Category: Writing & Translation > Copywriting Type and Budget: Fixed price ($72 or more) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 10, 2014 14:50 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 26, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 31464 jobs posted, 99% awarded, $1,826,314 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: King of Prussia, United States…
  • Copywriting for DiPisa''s Pizza - HNENB8ZZW | Elance Job

    26 Aug 2014 | 1:48 pm
      [obscured]  /generateExternalEditURL?id=136a979dd9a131cd6da61db257596255ec7d073f8f04e1d4616f548a3713a30f Copywriting for a multi-page website 5 page site Home Page 1 Pizza Page 2 (list all items) Sandwiches Page 3 (list all items) Pasta Salad... Category: Writing & Translation > Copywriting Type and Budget: Fixed price ($60 or more) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 10, 2014 14:48 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 26, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 31464 jobs posted, 99% awarded, $1,826,314 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: King of Prussia, United…
  • Copywriting for Lou's Auto Service_FLYZF8ZMA | Elance Job

    26 Aug 2014 | 1:45 pm
    Copywriting for a multi-page website Job Description:   [obscured]  /generateExternalEditURL?id=f375fb562f8e17cebdd05a5f4ebd5f167f72fd391c10d64efdc7a6cec04fdf61 4 page site Home About Us Auto Repair Service Contact Us Please see the attac... Category: Writing & Translation > Copywriting Type and Budget: Fixed price ($28 or more) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 10, 2014 14:45 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 26, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 31464 jobs posted, 99% awarded, $1,826,314 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: King of Prussia, United States…
  • Copywriting for Huber Tennis Ranch - HNXFG8ZZW | Elance Job

    26 Aug 2014 | 1:44 pm
    Copywriting for a multi-page website Job Description:   [obscured]  /generateExternalEditURL?id=97f280b280a559a008262161476abd46b40fa4d1713026316b808c52e0a94196 8 page site Home About Membership Court & Lessons Adult Programs Junior Programs ... Category: Writing & Translation > Copywriting Type and Budget: Fixed price ($60 or more) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 10, 2014 14:44 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 26, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 31464 jobs posted, 99% awarded, $1,826,314 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: King of Prussia, United States…
  • Copywriting for Star Kitchen Cabinet - FLZHG8ZMA | Elance Job

    26 Aug 2014 | 1:40 pm
    Copywriting for a multi-page website   [obscured]  /generateExternalEditURL?id=64ab37048232a27c1243f305a5ae4cdc56e013195d4b36e805a8f0a4f464d4e6 11 page site Home KITCHEN & CABINET BATHROOM VANITIES COUNTER TOP GRANITE TOP QUARTZ SINK FAUCET KIT... Category: Writing & Translation > Copywriting Type and Budget: Fixed price ($80 or more) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 10, 2014 14:40 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 26, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 31464 jobs posted, 99% awarded, $1,826,314 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: King of Prussia, United…
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  • Website homepage rewrite | Elance Job

    26 Aug 2014 | 1:53 pm
    Effective sales writing We would like someone who has experience writing sales copy for websites that get users to take action. For us, that would be to sign up for a demo. Job Description: Your responsibilities - Write content with sales trig... Category: Writing & Translation > Web Content Type and Budget: Hourly (Not Sure) Time Left: 6 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 2, 2014 14:53 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 26, 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…
  • Articles for Insurance Website - oDesk

    26 Aug 2014 | 7:05 am
    Thank you for looking at this posting. We require 22 articles written about life insurance and companies that provide life insurance in the UK. We are after high quality articles that can help readers. We only want to work with the writer directly, so please do not bid if you have an agency or you outsource the articles. Each article is to be 400 words or more. We will provide titles, templates and examples if needed. Articles need to be provided with valid HTML, we will advise if you do not know how to do this. The articles are to sound natural, and are designed to help those looking to buy…
  • Need a freelancer to do ad hoc design of small banner adverts for our website by jbaldwin74

    26 Aug 2014 | 6:36 am
    We require somebody who can supply quick turn-around and reasonable rate. We will require small banner adverts or our website from time to time - probably need about 10 of these done a month, but potentially more... (Budget: R100-R210 ZAR, Jobs: Banner Design, Copywriting, Graphic Design)
  • Website Content writing | Elance Job

    25 Aug 2014 | 6:21 am
    Southeast leak detection product company is in need of the wed site content writing for the product pages and marketing. The project must have a short three day turn around not to exceed five days must start asap. Category: Writing & Translation > Web Content Type and Budget: Fixed price (Less than $500) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 9, 2014 07:21 am ET) Start Date: Aug 25, 2014 Proposals: 2 (High $496, Low $20, Avg $245) Client Info: 4 jobs posted, 50% awarded, $1,584 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: , United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp,…
  • Write 10 short descriptions for a transgender website - oDesk

    24 Aug 2014 | 3:02 pm
    I need to write 10 descriptions about 40/words each for my transgender dating site. I'll pay $1.00 for all 10 descriptions. The keywords will be provided.Posted On: August 24, 2014 20:02 UTCID: 204442314Category: Writing & Translation > Website ContentSkills: ArrayCountry: United Statesclick to apply
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  • Need Experienced English Writers for Articles, Blog Content and Top 10 Reviews - oDesk

    25 Aug 2014 | 7:04 am
    We are looking for experienced English writers to write articles, blog post content and Top 10 reviews for us. Financial knowledge is essential, but not mandatory. Topics include: Personal Finance, Financial Regulations, Financial Advisory, Investing, Company/Product Reviews, Top 10 Lists, etc. *** Each selected writer will be required to complete a trial 200+ word article ($5). I'll send you the topics for the trial post. If selected after the trial work, below are the available categories and rates. When placing your bid. Your BID rate should match one of the below rates. 1 - Articles…
  • Content Writing for football blog by mattjw2010

    25 Aug 2014 | 6:26 am
    I am the administrator at allarsenal.com a popular news website for fans of Arsenal football club. We are seeking a part time editor who can help manage the website, edit submitted articles from our writing... (Budget: $30-$250 USD, Jobs: Articles, Content Writing, Copywriting, Ghostwriting)
  • Blog Post Article Writing (web topics) | Elance Job

    24 Aug 2014 | 2:50 pm
    We are looking for somebody, that regularly writes high quality blog posts and guest blog posts for our website. The topic of the website is "web hosting" and related topics, that are interesting for webmasters. Perfect english grammar and spell... Category: Writing & Translation > Web Content Type and Budget: Hourly (Not Sure) Time Left: 59 d, 23 h (Ends Oct 23, 2014 15:50 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 24, 2014 Proposals: 2 (High n/a, Low n/a, Avg $8 / hr) Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Flensburg, Germany Preferred Job Location:…
  • Inspirational Blog Content - oDesk

    24 Aug 2014 | 2:36 pm
    Weekly blog post between 350 and 400 words. The client provides the topics and writing direction.Budget: $7Posted On: August 24, 2014 19:36 UTCID: 204442268Category: Writing & Translation > Blog & Article WritingSkills: Array, ArrayCountry: United Statesclick to apply
  • SEO Friendly BLOG Writer - oDesk

    23 Aug 2014 | 9:49 am
    Hi, Need a high-end SEO experienced blog writer with perfect English skills and high score.Posted On: August 23, 2014 14:49 UTCID: 204439061Category: Writing & Translation > Blog & Article WritingSkills: Array, Array, ArrayCountry: United Arab Emiratesclick to apply
 
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  • Word expert required to reformat a 140000 word draft book continaing different numbering schemes and

    26 Aug 2014 | 7:00 am
    I need a Word expert to reformat a 140000 word draft book containing differing numbering schemes and charts etc. I’ve written a 140000 word book and currently 35 chapters, about aspects of life and economics. I’ve done it in two tranches – one part a few years ago and the final part just in the last few weeks. It also contains a few charts i.e. structured shapes with inserted text and, I have some sections in italics. Inadvertently I’ve used slightly different numbering schemes and heading formats etc. at the different times. I’ve also repeated myself in a few…
  • Experienced, Knowledgeable and Detail-oriented Editor for Non-fiction Book | Elance Job

    25 Aug 2014 | 6:52 am
    Experienced, Knowledgeable and Detail-oriented Editor for Non-fiction Book About Memory Skills PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE AD. Do NOT Reply If You Are Not Fluent In English I am looking for someone to help compile and edit a large number of articl... Category: Writing & Translation > Editing & Proofreading Type and Budget: Fixed price ( $500 - $1,000) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 9, 2014 07:52 am ET) Start Date: Aug 25, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 9 jobs posted, 22% awarded, $55 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Mountain Lakes, United States Preferred Job…
  • Editor for 40000 word fiction book - oDesk

    24 Aug 2014 | 2:39 pm
    Hi, I have a fiction book that was ghost written for me that is currently available as a kindle book, the book has received a couple of negative reviews based around it's editing - As a result I would like an experienced editor to go through the book and update with general improvements. The turnaround time is 7-10 and the budget for this work is flexible dependent upon experience, please confirm your proposed fee when applying. Please note the figure used in the description is purely a dummy figure to allow me to post the advert for the job. For the successful applicant there will also…
  • Content edit of newly revised self-published book | Elance Job

    24 Aug 2014 | 2:19 pm
    I need help on polishing, content editing,proofreading editing, possible research on Perfect Family Storm book:Parenting Tips to Survive Modern Family Stress. Look on Amazon for details. I have added three new chapters but must cut other chapter... Category: Writing & Translation > Editing & Proofreading Type and Budget: Fixed price (Not Sure) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 22 h (Ends Sep 8, 2014 15:19 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 24, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 3 jobs posted, 100% awarded, $140 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: , United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp,…
  • Ghost Writer to completely Re Write a 15 page Information Booklet - oDesk

    22 Aug 2014 | 4:18 pm
    Hello, Your task is to re write a 30 page booklet there is about 15 pages of content very easy half page summaries. The booklet is written and will be supplied to you to again reformat and rewrite it in a fashion where it is fresh unique and not a copy. Your English and grammar needs to excellent as unfortunately I don't have the time to correct but only revise. Please provide me you fee for service. Should you do a great job I have many to do.Budget: $11Posted On: August 22, 2014 21:18 UTCID: 204437082Category: Writing & Translation > CopywritingSkills: Array, Array, Array, Array,…
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  • Ghost Writer to completely Re Write a 15 page Information Booklet - oDesk

    22 Aug 2014 | 4:18 pm
    Hello, Your task is to re write a 30 page booklet there is about 15 pages of content very easy half page summaries. The booklet is written and will be supplied to you to again reformat and rewrite it in a fashion where it is fresh unique and not a copy. Your English and grammar needs to excellent as unfortunately I don't have the time to correct but only revise. Please provide me you fee for service. Should you do a great job I have many to do.Budget: $11Posted On: August 22, 2014 21:18 UTCID: 204437082Category: Writing & Translation > CopywritingSkills: Array, Array, Array, Array,…
  • Business/Marketing Ghost Writer- Current Events | Elance Job

    21 Aug 2014 | 1:37 pm
    Seeking ghostblogger for twice-weekly blog posts. Articles must be relevant to current events related to marketing (web, social, inbound, outbound). Initial job is for a single article, but looking for ongoing relationship for ongoing articles. St... Category: Writing & Translation > Ghost Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price (Not Sure) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 5, 2014 14:37 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 21, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Cape Coral, United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp,…
  • Ghostwriter wanted for a sweet romance novel - oDesk

    21 Aug 2014 | 1:24 pm
    I am a full-time self-published fiction writer myself. Lately I have more ideas than I have time to write, and I'd like to hire a ghostwriter to help me with my workload. For this job, I'm looking for a romance ghostwriter. The novel will be 55k and I will provide a detailed outline, a character breakdown and chapter-by chapter outline. It's a sweet romance, the first in a series, and if this project works out, there will be other projects for you. I am looking for someone to work with long term. The ideal ghostwriter will have experience writing or ghostwriting fiction,…
  • Ghostwrite a short romance story (10,000 words) - oDesk

    18 Aug 2014 | 4:05 pm
    Ghostwrite a short romance story (10,000 words).  It will be a series of stories using the same set of characters and location, so that means there will be more jobs to come if you are a good, creative writer that knows how to tell a good story and create characters that people can't stop reading about. You must provide the plot, characters and setting, so only apply if you really know this genre and, ideally, are a big reader of these types of stories yourself. Since this will be a series, you need to create stories that keep people coming back for more and wanting to read the…
  • Talnted GhostWriter for eBook Writing - oDesk

    14 Aug 2014 | 2:49 pm
    I'm looking for a talented writer with strong English language still abilities. Creativity and also experience writing for the "Personal Development/Lifestyle". If terms like location independence, entrepreneur working, "How-To" guides, and running start-up mean anything, then you will most likely be the right fit. eBook rate is $0.008 per word. Another words, one page word document writing is on average around 500 words so $4 per page. eBooks created will usually be from 10 to 15 pages. So projects I can send over will be anywhere from $40 to $60 per fixed rate…
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  • BiWeekly well researched newsletter related child health risk in Daycare | Elance Job

    24 Aug 2014 | 6:17 am
    We are looking for a high quality content writer to create welle researched articles related to child health in the daycare. Content should be well researched,refrerenced , written in an engaging tone. All content must be entirely 100% origina... Category: Writing & Translation > Article Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price ($30 - $45) Escrow Time Left: 2 d, 23 h (Ends Aug 27, 2014 07:17 am ET) Start Date: Aug 24, 2014 Proposals: 1 (High n/a, Low n/a, Avg n/a) Client Info: 157 jobs posted, 64% awarded, $24,852 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Stommen, Norway Preferred…
  • Copywriting for Coast Health and Nutrition - FLYKB8ZMA | Elance Job

    23 Aug 2014 | 9:52 am
    Copywriting for a multi-page website Job Description:   [obscured]  /generateExternalEditURL?id=2516c448e541771d62be945b7ba8d1cbacbf3804ac22139fc5df8d09e56fe85a 10 page site Home Products (This is not a page, it is a navigation link) Groceri... Category: Writing & Translation > Copywriting Type and Budget: Fixed price ($76 or more) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 7, 2014 10:52 am ET) Start Date: Aug 23, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 31020 jobs posted, 99% awarded, $1,826,314 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: King of Prussia, United States…
  • Healthcare Review Article Writing Based on Academic Papers - oDesk

    14 Aug 2014 | 2:45 pm
    Hello Healthcare Prof, I need your help to write a review article. Few researches on academic papers are needed and combine them accordingly, I will provide the papers you need. Future work opportunities are available for competent candidate. You are requested to apply.Budget: $50Posted On: August 14, 2014 19:45 UTCID: 204402048Category: Writing & Translation > Technical WritingSkills: Array, Array, ArrayCountry: Bangladeshclick to apply
 
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  • Translation of an technical sales catalogue from English into Spanish, 8.500 words by cuadradoredond

    25 Aug 2014 | 6:53 am
    PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE PLACING A BID!! Your translation will be reviewed and rated by native Spanish speakers, please place only a bid if you really meet the requirements of this project. We... (Budget: $250-$750 USD, Jobs: Article Rewriting, Copywriting, English (UK), Spanish (Spain), Translation)
  • Technical Article - CAAT Approach for CDIC Audit | Elance Job

    22 Aug 2014 | 4:12 pm
    I need help to write a technical article / blog. Upto 400 words. Details are below. Candiate should have the following skills - Understanding and Experience with Data Anlaytical tools e.g. ACL, SAAS - Understanding of Data Qualty Assessment - Unde... Category: Writing & Translation > Article Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price (Less than $500) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 6, 2014 17:12 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 22, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 5 jobs posted, 20% awarded, $10 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Mississauga, Canada Preferred Job Location: NotApp,…
  • Tech Articles: Java, Cloud, Product Reviews & Programming Tips (800 words) | Elance Job

    18 Aug 2014 | 4:13 pm
    We're looking for some tech articles written by confident and informative writers on a variety of topics including mobile development, Java programming, cloud computing, Android, iOS and Dev Ops. Articles must be around 800 words with at least on... Category: Writing & Translation > Technical Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price (Less than $500) Escrow Time Left: 29 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 17, 2014 17:13 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 18, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 18 jobs posted, 72% awarded, $20,913 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Halifax, Canada Preferred Job Location:…
  • From my Brain to the Programmers Fingers - SRS / Technical | Elance Job

    18 Aug 2014 | 9:48 am
    I have been working with a software program developer for the past 8 months and the program has been going well for the most part. I need someone to take my written ideas, drawings, and samples and turn them into an understandable vision for my pr... Category: Writing & Translation > Technical Writing Type and Budget: Hourly (Not Sure) Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 2, 2014 10:48 am ET) Start Date: Aug 18, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 3 jobs posted, 100% awarded, $9,402 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: , United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp, NotApp…
  • Technical Writer- Wire frame with drawing - oDesk

    16 Aug 2014 | 8:56 am
    Hi there, We are looking for a excellent writer for, A- Create Wire frames upcoming Mobile application & a new module. B- Need sketch or Schematic for vendors about security measure & data is secure. We are looking for excellent writer & who has done them already, please submit a copy with example of work done. We are looking technical drawing & writing skills together,. Freelancers will be preferred.Posted On: August 16, 2014 13:56 UTCID: 204408706Category: Writing & Translation > Technical WritingSkills: Array, Array, ArrayCountry: click to apply
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  • Press release and submitting by Estellelee

    21 Aug 2014 | 5:14 am
    1. write press release about 400 words and submit to different platforms; 2.page rank of the press release platforms are not less than 4; 3.must be original articles; (Budget: $10-$30 USD, Jobs: Copywriting, Press Releases)
  • Write a press release / article for our engineering startup by coldpick

    18 Aug 2014 | 3:35 pm
    We are half way through building our prototype for a major well known client in the fruit industry. We need a article / press release written up describing our machine and how it is a game changer for the agriculture industry... (Budget: $10-$30 CAD, Jobs: Articles, Copywriting, Press Releases, Product Descriptions)
  • Press release, approx 400-450 words | Elance Job

    15 Aug 2014 | 4:48 pm
    Quick turnaround (writing - 2 business days, distribution in about a week) for a b2b product announcement press release. Product information will be provided to selected contractor. North American contractors preferred. Please do not bid if you ... Category: Writing & Translation > Press Releases Type and Budget: Fixed price (Less than $500) Escrow Time Left: 2 d, 23 h (Ends Aug 18, 2014 17:48 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 15, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 28 jobs posted, 96% awarded, $3,706 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Long Beach, United States Preferred Job Location:…
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  • Experienced, Knowledgeable and Detail-oriented Editor for Non-fiction Book | Elance Job

    25 Aug 2014 | 6:52 am
    Experienced, Knowledgeable and Detail-oriented Editor for Non-fiction Book About Memory Skills PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE AD. Do NOT Reply If You Are Not Fluent In English I am looking for someone to help compile and edit a large number of articl... Category: Writing & Translation > Editing & Proofreading Type and Budget: Fixed price ( $500 - $1,000) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 9, 2014 07:52 am ET) Start Date: Aug 25, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 9 jobs posted, 22% awarded, $55 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Mountain Lakes, United States Preferred Job…
  • Edit Something by divinemagazine

    24 Aug 2014 | 2:44 pm
    Divine Magazine is looking for an experience editor located within the South Florida Market. (PRN) Duties will mostly include; planning contents for the magazine, monitor the compilation of news items,... (Budget: $8-$15 USD, Jobs: Article Rewriting, Articles, Copywriting, Editing, Project Management)
  • Editor for 40000 word fiction book - oDesk

    24 Aug 2014 | 2:39 pm
    Hi, I have a fiction book that was ghost written for me that is currently available as a kindle book, the book has received a couple of negative reviews based around it's editing - As a result I would like an experienced editor to go through the book and update with general improvements. The turnaround time is 7-10 and the budget for this work is flexible dependent upon experience, please confirm your proposed fee when applying. Please note the figure used in the description is purely a dummy figure to allow me to post the advert for the job. For the successful applicant there will also…
  • Content edit of newly revised self-published book | Elance Job

    24 Aug 2014 | 2:19 pm
    I need help on polishing, content editing,proofreading editing, possible research on Perfect Family Storm book:Parenting Tips to Survive Modern Family Stress. Look on Amazon for details. I have added three new chapters but must cut other chapter... Category: Writing & Translation > Editing & Proofreading Type and Budget: Fixed price (Not Sure) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 22 h (Ends Sep 8, 2014 15:19 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 24, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 3 jobs posted, 100% awarded, $140 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: , United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp,…
  • Editor for Novel | Elance Job

    22 Aug 2014 | 4:07 pm
    I have a 79,000 word completed Political Thriller. I am looking for an experienced editor who can not only edit the book, but can also help me focus on the impact of the first five pages. Must be willing to sign an NDA before receiving an electro... Category: Writing & Translation > Editing & Proofreading Type and Budget: Fixed price ( $500 - $1,000) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 6, 2014 17:07 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 22, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 4 jobs posted, 75% awarded, $4,056 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Colorado Springs, United States Preferred…
 
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  • Proofreading CVs - UK or US native only - oDesk

    25 Aug 2014 | 6:39 am
    Proofreading of about 40 CV. CVs have been translated from French to English. They need to be proofread with a great attention to details. No layout is required. UK or US native only. Please proofread the attached CV as a test and send it with your application. Urgent job, need to receive your applications today. ThanksBudget: $200Posted On: August 25, 2014 11:39 UTCID: 204444304Category: Writing & Translation > Other - Writing & TranslationSkills: ArrayCountry: Franceclick to apply
  • Proofreading in English | Elance Job

    24 Aug 2014 | 6:20 am
    I need someone to proofreading a CV (2 pages) and a cover letter in English, as soon as possible. Thank you! Category: Writing & Translation > Editing & Proofreading Type and Budget: Fixed price (Less than $500) Escrow Time Left: 1 d, 23 h (Ends Aug 26, 2014 07:20 am ET) Start Date: Aug 24, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Not Verified Client Location: Madrid, Spain Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp, NotApp Desired Skills: English Proofreading Editing English English Grammar English Punctuation Job ID: 61286934 View job »
  • Slovak proofreader/re-writer by DreamersLTD

    18 Aug 2014 | 4:17 pm
    Looking for native Slovak proofreader to proofread around 10000 Slovak words. The texts were translated from English by an experienced Slovak translator. But I need to make sure that everything is perfect and accurate... (Budget: $10-$50 USD, Jobs: Proofreading, Slovakian)
  • Proofreading freelancer - oDesk

    18 Aug 2014 | 4:06 pm
    We run a company in Denmark where we offer proofreading to university students for their bachelor and master thesis, larger assignments etc. Until now we have only offered our services for danish written tasks but we are now expanding to offer our danish clients proofreading on their english written assignments as well. Therefore we are looking for a business partner who can handle our future incoming orders. We can't guarantee any volume and it won't be overwhelming in the beginning (because where are still mainly operating with danish proofreading as our core business). Please…
  • Proof reading | Elance Job

    18 Aug 2014 | 4:02 pm
    I am looking for an editor and proof reader with very strong understanding of regression and descriptive statistics. I require an editor with prior experience in publishing academic papers . The editor should be able to check that interpretation ... Category: Writing & Translation > Editing & Proofreading Type and Budget: Hourly ($10 - $15 / hr) Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 2, 2014 17:02 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 18, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 3 jobs posted, 67% awarded, $248 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Arlington, United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp,…
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  • From English to Spanish - Language Translation Freelance Job

    26 Aug 2014 | 6:58 am
    BEAUTY PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS TRANSLATION FOR COMMERCIAL PURPOSES FROM100-400 WORDS, 0.90 dollar x EVERY WORD DELIVERY TIME: 5 DAYS QUANTITY: 50 DESCRIPTIONS
  • Translation from English to Portuguese and Spanish | Elance Job

    26 Aug 2014 | 6:56 am
    We need someone to translate our product flyers from English into Portuguese and Spanish. The ideal would be that you can translate the flyers and also change he wording from English into the translated words in Photoshop. Please include your ra... Category: Writing & Translation > Portuguese English Translation Type and Budget: Fixed price (Not Sure) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 10, 2014 07:56 am ET) Start Date: Aug 26, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 231 jobs posted, 69% awarded, $50,258 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: , Australia Preferred Job Location:…
  • Translation of an technical sales catalogue from English into Spanish, 8.500 words by cuadradoredond

    25 Aug 2014 | 6:53 am
    PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE PLACING A BID!! Your translation will be reviewed and rated by native Spanish speakers, please place only a bid if you really meet the requirements of this project. We... (Budget: $250-$750 USD, Jobs: Article Rewriting, Copywriting, English (UK), Spanish (Spain), Translation)
  • I Will Translate Anything From arabic to english or engilsh to arabic | Elance Job

    24 Aug 2014 | 3:03 pm
    well my name is Anas Er-Rady I'm living in morocco i can help you to translate anything like movie, books, articles,scripts, from arabic to English or english to arabic Category: Writing & Translation > Arabic English Translation Type and Budget: Hourly (Less than $10 / hr) Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 8, 2014 16:03 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 24, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Not Verified Client Location: , Morocco Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp, NotApp Desired Skills: English Arabic Job ID: 61298323 View job »
  • Write 10 short descriptions for a transgender website - oDesk

    24 Aug 2014 | 3:02 pm
    I need to write 10 descriptions about 40/words each for my transgender dating site. I'll pay $1.00 for all 10 descriptions. The keywords will be provided.Posted On: August 24, 2014 20:02 UTCID: 204442314Category: Writing & Translation > Website ContentSkills: ArrayCountry: United Statesclick to apply
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  • BiWeekly well researched newsletter related child health risk in Daycare | Elance Job

    24 Aug 2014 | 6:17 am
    We are looking for a high quality content writer to create welle researched articles related to child health in the daycare. Content should be well researched,refrerenced , written in an engaging tone. All content must be entirely 100% origina... Category: Writing & Translation > Article Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price ($30 - $45) Escrow Time Left: 2 d, 23 h (Ends Aug 27, 2014 07:17 am ET) Start Date: Aug 24, 2014 Proposals: 1 (High n/a, Low n/a, Avg n/a) Client Info: 157 jobs posted, 64% awarded, $24,852 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Stommen, Norway Preferred…
  • Investment research - oDesk

    23 Aug 2014 | 9:53 am
    Looking for someone to help writing background industry research for my stock research firm.  Typically, I'm looking for 2-5 pages of background such as: description of the industry, growth trends, market drivers, competitive landscape/supply chain landscape, major market participants and recent news. This would be perfect work for an ex-investment analyst, investment or commercial banker, recent MBA, CPA or CFA.Posted On: August 23, 2014 14:53 UTCID: 204439073Category: Administrative Support > Web ResearchSkills: Array, Array, ArrayCountry: click to apply
  • Need IS research assistant to revise literature section for academic paper | Elance Job

    22 Aug 2014 | 4:10 pm
    I need a research assistant familiar with Information Systems literature in the area of task-technology fit, technology utilization that involves tasks being done in work settings, and nursing informatics literature. I have a paper that needs th... Category: Writing & Translation > Academic Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price ($75 - $125) Escrow Time Left: 2 d, 23 h (Ends Aug 25, 2014 17:10 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 22, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 11 jobs posted, 82% awarded, $732 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: , United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp,…
  • Help writer researching life in Austria | Elance Job

    21 Aug 2014 | 1:33 pm
    I am a US writer who is writing a screenplay that is set in contemporary Austria. (I have spent a little time in Austria but don't speak any German, unfortunately.) I want to get advice to allow me to achieve good realism in the conversation and s... Category: Writing & Translation > Other - Writing Services Type and Budget: Hourly ($20 - $30 / hr) Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 5, 2014 14:33 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 21, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 4 jobs posted, 25% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: , United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp,…
  • Subject researcher, content writer, social media admin, miscellaneous office tasks - oDesk

    18 Aug 2014 | 4:12 pm
    Our company looking for a part time assistant to help with various office tasks. Aproximatelly, 15 hours a week. Must have experience (at least 2 years): - social media sites and administration of accounts/pages (Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, Tumblr, etc.) - MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) - content management using various CMS (Joomla, Wordpress, Drupal, etc.) - data entry and typing (alphanumeric 30 wpm) Typical task could be: - Research a topic and create few paragraph paraphrased summary/report using specific keywords (topic like "Justin Timberlake's Upcoming Concerts in North…
 
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  • Website homepage rewrite | Elance Job

    26 Aug 2014 | 1:53 pm
    Effective sales writing We would like someone who has experience writing sales copy for websites that get users to take action. For us, that would be to sign up for a demo. Job Description: Your responsibilities - Write content with sales trig... Category: Writing & Translation > Web Content Type and Budget: Hourly (Not Sure) Time Left: 6 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 2, 2014 14:53 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 26, 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…
  • Rewrite website content from existing website - oDesk

    22 Aug 2014 | 4:15 pm
    We are redesigning a clients website and need someone to re-write all the content from an existing competitors website. The content needs to have the same general topic and theme but the content must be new and unique. I would also like the content to be SEO friendly and keyword rich. I'll provide a list of keywords and the topics. I will consider all applicants but if you really want the job, I would advise that you submit a sample article. For an idea on a sample article, please go here: http://www.asl1.com/new-landscaping/ In addition to the landscape website we are also building…
  • Book Review And Rewriting

    19 Aug 2014 | 9:26 pm
    Need someone with good English skills who can proof read and elaborate the book which we are pushing into the market Currently the book is around 40 60 pages but ideally it is to be expanded elaborated to 150 pages at least ... (Budget $20-$100, Required Skills: Writing)
  • Engaging Articles and Rewrites by anum28k

    18 Aug 2014 | 11:04 am
    Hi Everyone, We are looking for a high quality technical writer for blog. So you need to able to write and rewrite in-depth, quality articles on technical topics. We want similar quality as this : http://goo.gl/c0nQR4... (Budget: $10-$30 USD, Jobs: Article Rewriting, Articles, Content Writing, Copywriting)
  • Email series rewrite | Elance Job

    15 Aug 2014 | 4:51 pm
    I have a newsletter series that looks boring (check attached) I need a writer to rewrite it with proper formatting and images to attract clicks and increase reader engagement Place bid per article Category: Writing & Translation > Newsletters Type and Budget: Fixed price (Not Sure) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Aug 30, 2014 17:51 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 15, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 38 jobs posted, 82% awarded, $25,253 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: None, Ukraine Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp, NotApp Desired Skills: Article Writing Content Writing…
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  • Resume Writing - oDesk

    24 Aug 2014 | 2:54 pm
    Hi All, I would like my resume to be reformatted/rewritten for maximum impact. I've already had this done a few times over the years, so my resume is already quite good. I am looking for an absolute expert to take it to the next level. Apart from the same, I need someone to look at my Linkedin profile and help redo it to get the maximum views. Would like to understand the following in the same: - Please go through my linkedIn profile (in.linkedin.com/in/suryakunju/) for you to get an idea of my current profile. Please let me know if you have worked on a similiar industry/background and…
  • Re-write my Resume! - oDesk

    22 Aug 2014 | 3:53 pm
    I have been self employed for the past 7 years in the alternative investment business, and I am transitioning into financial technology.  I'm not sure if I will continue to work on my own in this new space or if I'll  join a larger team, but, regardless, I need to freshen up my resume. This should be a pretty easy gig for someone with great technical writing skills as  I've done most of the legwork already.  Attached is a resume that I created for myself last week.  If you think you can make my resume really shine, shoot me over…
  • Professional Resume Service – With Best Price in North America - oDesk

    21 Aug 2014 | 7:27 am
    Professional Resume Service – With Best Price in North America To progress in your career, you must demonstrate your experience and creative problem-solving ability, whether you're an Account Supervisor, Creative Director, Marketing Manager or Customer Service agent. To outshine the competition and land the job, you must distill the most important facets of your marketing and advertising experience. What have you accomplished that will make you a strong contributor in a company or agency? As a resume writing Expert I will give you an edge over what will be submitted by other…
  • Jai CV - Resume Writing Freelance Job

    20 Aug 2014 | 10:02 am
    Hi, I am a technocrat looking to make a change in my career. i would like to hire a professional to create and preferably design a new CV for me. Some one who can also complete my linkedin profile would definitely be preferred.
  • Reformat Resume - oDesk

    15 Aug 2014 | 1:42 pm
    Need someone to format this resume http://www.imdb.com/name/nm6267863/resume?ref_=nm_ov_res off of IMDB into  this format http://www.docstoc.com/docs/66610174/Download-Acting-Resume-in-PDF-Format---KARA-WANG in Microsoft Word. Finished product should be a word document with all information from the imdb.com address in the format of the docstoc.com document.   Should not take more than an hour or twoPosted On: August 15, 2014 18:42 UTCID: 204406232Category: Writing & Translation > Technical WritingSkills: Array, ArrayCountry: United Statesclick to apply
 
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  • Audio Podcast Transcriptions in English | Elance Job

    24 Aug 2014 | 6:32 am
    We have created a series of audio podcasts which need transcribing. The podcast is called THE Leadership Japan Series on iTunes hosted on the Dale Carnegie Training Japan iTunes site. Episode length varies. We need the transcriptions delivered ... Category: Writing & Translation > Other - Writing Services Type and Budget: Fixed price (Not Sure) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 8, 2014 07:32 am ET) Start Date: Aug 24, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Not Verified Client Location: , Japan Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp,…
  • Transcription - open to bidding by marks87120

    22 Aug 2014 | 6:32 am
    Transcribed from recording. Approximately 96 minutes of audio. I'm a slow speaker a lot of pauses. Don't write the non-word sounds like ummm. I would like it back as a word document. There should... (Budget: $2-$8 USD, Jobs: Copywriting, Data Entry, Data Processing, Photoshop Design, Transcription)
  • Multi-skilled Writer, Social Media Manager, Transcriptionist - Digital Market - oDesk

    19 Aug 2014 | 7:53 am
    We are looking for a person preferably a Filipino who is flexible when it comes to online work. We are looking for a mix of writer, researcher, social media manager, knows basic on-page white hat SEO and more. If you think you are the right person then you should check this out first before moving to the next phase: 1. You must have extensive knowledge in the online arena and business. You must be able to write across different niche and be flexible when it comes to writing content - meaning not just web content but also blogs, press release, SEO articles, etc. 2. You must know the do's…
  • Write word for word transcript of an audio (roughly 30 minutes remaining) | Elance Job

    16 Aug 2014 | 8:39 am
    Transcribe an audio word for word, roughly 30 minutes remaining to transcribe, Easy pay day. Must write in perfect English & write accurately in regards to the audio, use paragraphs to keep the transcript easy to read, there is roughly 15 minutes... Category: Writing & Translation > Other - Writing Services Type and Budget: Fixed price (Less than $500) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Aug 31, 2014 09:39 am ET) Start Date: Aug 16, 2014 Proposals: 5 (High $33, Low $20, Avg $27) Client Info: 2 jobs posted, 100% awarded, $885 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: , Australia…
  • Portuguese Transcription by ccrealtime

    15 Aug 2014 | 12:25 pm
    Have several hours of Portuguese audio, good quality. Need transcription in word format. Don't have samples yet. I need quote per hour of audio and workload weekly you can take and complete. Thanks... (Budget: $2-$100 USD, Jobs: Articles, Copywriting, Portuguese (Brazil), Proofreading)
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  • Sales and Business Writing experts - oDesk

    25 Aug 2014 | 6:57 am
    This is not an SEO job. We don't need backlinks. We don't need any SEO services. So SEO experts, back off please. ---- I am looking for someone that has great communication and adept with Business English who can respond to job posts. Basically, you will apply to jobs on different platforms online using an account that will be given to you. The jobs are SEO related but you don't need to know much about SEO. Knowledge of basic SEO will do, though we'll be happy to share some files to help you. You must be: - Available to work full time (8 or more hours per day) - Respond to…
  • Business/Marketing Ghost Writer- Current Events | Elance Job

    21 Aug 2014 | 1:37 pm
    Seeking ghostblogger for twice-weekly blog posts. Articles must be relevant to current events related to marketing (web, social, inbound, outbound). Initial job is for a single article, but looking for ongoing relationship for ongoing articles. St... Category: Writing & Translation > Ghost Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price (Not Sure) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 5, 2014 14:37 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 21, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Cape Coral, United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp,…
  • Translating English To Arabic Business Proposal - oDesk

    20 Aug 2014 | 7:51 am
    We are seeking an English to Arabic Copywriter and translator to translate an Arabic proposal related to Website Development Solutions, the proposal is 1,600 word combined into 27 page. What we need exactly: 1- Translating the proposal to Arabic 2- Copywriting the proposal in Arabic 3- Rephrase specific sections after having approval on the first draft. The process: 1- Delivering a draft translation and copywriting (2days) 2- Reviewing and commenting on all the proposals (1day) 3- Rephrasing and crafting the final proposal (1day) GOOGLE TRANSLATION OR ANY SYSTEM TRANSLATION IS NOT…
  • Business Plan Writer Needed - oDesk

    18 Aug 2014 | 9:52 am
    Please see below link: http://sdsportinnovators.org/springboard/apply/ I need the above application filled out.   We can have a few skype meetings and I can send you current business plan material I have to give you an idea about the project.   There is a PPT presentation that is also needed so if we can work well together on the application we can work on the PPT as well.Budget: $175Posted On: August 18, 2014 14:52 UTCID: 204415629Category: Business Services > Business ConsultingSkills: Array, Array, ArrayCountry: United Statesclick to apply
  • POWER POINT BUSINESS PROPOSAL FOR A FAST FOOD BUSINESS - Creative Writing Freelance Job

    18 Aug 2014 | 8:53 am
    Seeking help in updating, adapting and editing my franchise UFOC document. This includes marketing sale presentation documents and 28 proprietary manuals. Additional skill set needed for the development of art work for a new fast food concept franchise. Experience in working with legal documents desirable but I am more interested in creative writing and expert editing skills. Interested persons should reply in order to receive additional information. I do not think it's possible to bid on this project without you seeing what's required. I am willing to start on a $15-$20 hourly bases.
 
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  • Write 3 travel blog articles - oDesk

    21 Aug 2014 | 7:13 am
    I am looking for a travel writer to write a few articles, in English, to help populate an upcoming blog on visiting Spain. These only need to be relatively short articles of around 600 words each - including the cities main attractions, why they attract tourists etc. The cities in question are: Cordoba, San Sebastian & Granada. This will be a relatively easy job for an experienced writer, or perhaps someone living in Spain.Budget: $30Posted On: August 21, 2014 12:13 UTCID: 204430269Category: Writing & Translation > Blog & Article WritingSkills: Array, ArrayCountry: United Kingdomclick…
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  • Medical Thesis writing | Elance Job

    20 Aug 2014 | 4:33 pm
    I need an expert medical writer who is capable of writing medical content this project is medical thesis writing on oncology,topic and all other requirments will be given to the awarded bidder.word count is about 80,000 and the project must be co... Category: Writing & Translation > Academic Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price ($100 - $300) Escrow Time Left: 6 d, 23 h (Ends Aug 27, 2014 17:33 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 20, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Edmonton, Canada Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp,…
  • SEO for Caribbean Medical Schools - oDesk

    13 Aug 2014 | 4:55 pm
    We have a project that we are entertaining related to SEO in the Caribbean. Please inquire within. The details for what we expect are in the attachment. This project will be for the management of two schools' websites and additional tasks as agreed upon between both parties and paid on an hourly basis. The two main websites are: http://www.wuhs.org http://www.agusm.orgPosted On: August 13, 2014 21:55 UTCID: 204397608Category: Sales & Marketing > SEO - Search Engine OptimizationSkills: Array, Array, Array, Array, Array, Array, Array, ArrayCountry: United Statesclick to apply
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  • POWER POINT BUSINESS PROPOSAL FOR A FAST FOOD BUSINESS - Creative Writing Freelance Job

    18 Aug 2014 | 8:53 am
    Seeking help in updating, adapting and editing my franchise UFOC document. This includes marketing sale presentation documents and 28 proprietary manuals. Additional skill set needed for the development of art work for a new fast food concept franchise. Experience in working with legal documents desirable but I am more interested in creative writing and expert editing skills. Interested persons should reply in order to receive additional information. I do not think it's possible to bid on this project without you seeing what's required. I am willing to start on a $15-$20 hourly bases.
  • Food Blog Posting Ongoing Job $20/month OBO - oDesk

    14 Aug 2014 | 2:53 pm
    Read carefully before applying in order to save your and my time I need a blog writer who can write recipes  on my food recipe blog Food Blog Posting Ongoing Job $20/month OBO  for:  http://momshost.com/ The writer will need to do some research on the various topics he or she is writing. The writer will also need come up with the unique content and royalty/copyright free food pictures independently.  I will provide some topic guidelines. I need 3 new recipe posts per day. Required: - Native or very strong, high level written English - Interested in…
 
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  • Create a Report on How to Lose Weight | Elance Job

    24 Aug 2014 | 2:27 pm
    I would like a 10 to 15 page report on how to lose weight, from 10 to 15 pounds in 21 days. I would like this written where it's not complicated and giving maybe a daily activity or choice of what to do. Category: Writing & Translation > Ghost Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price (Less than $500) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 8, 2014 15:27 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 24, 2014 Proposals: 4 (High $460, Low $27, Avg $198) Client Info: 2 jobs posted, 100% awarded, $516 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Bellwood, United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp,…
  • Seeking a Long Term Writer for 10 Page Report | Elance Job

    24 Aug 2014 | 6:17 am
    I am seeking a talented, motivated writer to create an organized, coherent report on the following topic: Weight Loss (10 page report) The work required to complete this project to our satisfaction is trivial for a professional writer;... Category: Writing & Translation > Report Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price (Less than $500) Escrow Time Left: 6 d, 23 h (Ends Aug 31, 2014 07:17 am ET) Start Date: Aug 24, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Cairns, Australia Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp, NotApp…
  • Investment report writing - oDesk

    23 Aug 2014 | 9:47 am
    I'm looking for some who has experience in financial writing to help write portions of stock research reports.  Ideally, the person can also research and write industry background sections of the reports (but that's not a requirement).  I would develop the investment thesis and deliver it in bullet point format to the writer, who could convert that into good english in a back and forth process.  The person MUST have some related experience, including familiarity with finance and investment terminology and concepts. If the first engagement works well,…
  • Make a report more better. - oDesk

    20 Aug 2014 | 7:53 am
    1. I’d suggest that you read and include reference to another couple of the journal articles that I have placed in the eReserve – in the Library (I will provide it). 2. I’d also suggest you do something on the industry (size, number of competitors); by locating some industry statistics on cafes and restaurants and perhaps bakeries. I do not have some time to fix that, please have a look about the articles, and add some in-text references in the report. Please help me to fix the references structure basic on Harvard Reference Structure. Please try your best to add some words…
  • Seeking a Long Term Writer for 35 - 40 Page Report on Minecraft | Elance Job

    18 Aug 2014 | 1:34 pm
    I am seeking a talented, motivated writer to create an organized, coherent report on the following topic: Quick and Easy Minecraft Beginners Guide, with context based images included on each page. The work required to complete this project to ... Category: Writing & Translation > Ghost Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price ($55 - $85) Escrow Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Sep 2, 2014 14:34 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 18, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 100% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Avenel, United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp,…
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  • BiWeekly well researched newsletter related child health risk in Daycare | Elance Job

    24 Aug 2014 | 6:17 am
    We are looking for a high quality content writer to create welle researched articles related to child health in the daycare. Content should be well researched,refrerenced , written in an engaging tone. All content must be entirely 100% origina... Category: Writing & Translation > Article Writing Type and Budget: Fixed price ($30 - $45) Escrow Time Left: 2 d, 23 h (Ends Aug 27, 2014 07:17 am ET) Start Date: Aug 24, 2014 Proposals: 1 (High n/a, Low n/a, Avg n/a) Client Info: 157 jobs posted, 64% awarded, $24,852 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Stommen, Norway Preferred…
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  • Translating English To Arabic Business Proposal - oDesk

    20 Aug 2014 | 7:51 am
    We are seeking an English to Arabic Copywriter and translator to translate an Arabic proposal related to Website Development Solutions, the proposal is 1,600 word combined into 27 page. What we need exactly: 1- Translating the proposal to Arabic 2- Copywriting the proposal in Arabic 3- Rephrase specific sections after having approval on the first draft. The process: 1- Delivering a draft translation and copywriting (2days) 2- Reviewing and commenting on all the proposals (1day) 3- Rephrasing and crafting the final proposal (1day) GOOGLE TRANSLATION OR ANY SYSTEM TRANSLATION IS NOT…
  • POWER POINT BUSINESS PROPOSAL FOR A FAST FOOD BUSINESS - Creative Writing Freelance Job

    18 Aug 2014 | 8:53 am
    Seeking help in updating, adapting and editing my franchise UFOC document. This includes marketing sale presentation documents and 28 proprietary manuals. Additional skill set needed for the development of art work for a new fast food concept franchise. Experience in working with legal documents desirable but I am more interested in creative writing and expert editing skills. Interested persons should reply in order to receive additional information. I do not think it's possible to bid on this project without you seeing what's required. I am willing to start on a $15-$20 hourly bases.
  • Proposal writer - conservation program in Southeast Asia (specific donors) | Elance Job

    13 Aug 2014 | 4:25 pm
    Proposal (grant) writer for conservation and development programs/ projects in Southeast Asia (Indonesia, Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam). Proposals are usually for specific donors and submitted as per defined formats for letters or inquiry... Category: Writing & Translation > Grant Writing Type and Budget: Hourly (Not Sure) Time Left: 14 d, 23 h (Ends Aug 28, 2014 17:25 pm ET) Start Date: Aug 13, 2014 Proposals: 0 Client Info: 1 jobs posted, 0% awarded, $0 total purchased, Payment Method Verified Client Location: Amherst, United States Preferred Job Location: NotApp, NotApp, NotApp…
  • Proposal Edit and proofreading by DSamuels1974

    13 Aug 2014 | 3:59 pm
    I'm seeking a professional writer with business skills and excellent editing skills to look over a corporate proposal and make any changes required that will improve and make the proposal rate of success improve... (Budget: $30-$250 USD, Jobs: Article Rewriting, Business Analysis, Editing, Proofreading, Report Writing)
 
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  • Create Database Data by DonJin

    26 Aug 2014 | 6:58 am
    I am making quiz web site. I will hire maximum 5 freelancers. So I need database. I think All entry are 30000. I need the Freelancer know html and cpanel. Please check video. There are 17 styles.This is only 2 style... (Budget: $250-$750 USD, Jobs: Copywriting, Data Entry, HTML, Website Design)
  • HOSPITAL DATABASE SEARCHABLE by ronakg0123

    25 Aug 2014 | 4:36 am
    HI,\r\n I HAVE A HEALTHCARE PROCESS. KIND OF A HOSPITAL'S DATA. I HAVE THE DATA IN THE PDF FILE. NOW I NEED TO TRANSFER THE DATA FROM PDF TO A SOFTWARE. AND ALSO I NEED YOU TO CAPITALIZE EACH WORD WHEN YOU ENTER THE DATA INTO A SOFTWARE... (Budget: $750-$1500 USD, Jobs: Copy Typing, Copywriting, Data Entry, Data Processing)
  • ***SRI LANKA*** - Data Entry Operators Needed by wagsuranga1982

    24 Aug 2014 | 5:42 am
    We require Data Entry Operators from Sri Lanka on a long term basis. **ONLY RELIABLE AND TRUSTWORTHY CODERS WHO CAN COMMIT ON A LONG TERM RELATIONSHIP NEED APPLY** You will ideally be proficient in English and have an ADSL connection... (Budget: $8-$15 USD, Jobs: Articles, Content Writing, Copywriting, Ghostwriting)
  • Data Entry Outsourcing Projects Available by thakkarneeta

    23 Aug 2014 | 9:24 am
    Online data entry is one of the best home job for housewives, unemployed, students and part time job finders. Easy Job, just spend 2hrs. daily, & make massive monthly income. We pay you $5 per Assignment... (Budget: min $5000 USD, Jobs: Copywriting, Data Entry, Data Processing, Excel, Web Search)
  • I want a copy-writer and data entry for my website by dreamz9189

    21 Aug 2014 | 12:33 pm
    Hello, I am launching a new website. I am looking for a copywriter for long-term. So don't give me heartache with your price now. This is very small project. I will need team of writers later. Before I hire you... (Budget: ₹600-₹1500 INR, Jobs: Articles, Content Writing, Copywriting, Ghostwriting, Wordpress)
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    WordCount

  • What I created on my summer vacation – no writing, but lots of good eats

    Michelle V. Rafter
    20 Aug 2014 | 5:27 pm
    On my summer vacation, I did absolutely nothing – nothing related to work, that is. I biked, hiked, swam, rafted, read and spent time with people I love. And I cooked. My son takes over the kitchen when he’s home from college and I play sous chef. One night, we made the food for a dinner party at my sister’s vacation house in central Oregon. My son and my brother-in-law made Texas-style barbeque brisket. I contributed my famous potato salad, a take on a family recipe handed down from my mother and her mother before that. What do good eats have to do with writing? For…
  • When editors just aren’t that into you

    Michelle V. Rafter
    21 Jul 2014 | 2:18 pm
    You may be doing everything right and still never hear back from an editor on an assignment that you thought was a done deal. And oh, how it stings. Sports writer Paul Lukas shared his frustration with the situation in this post on his Uni-Watch blog recently. Lukas had been excited about an opportunity for an ongoing gig, then didn’t hear back from the editor, followed up and still didn’t hear back. Things went south from there. In a way, relationships with editors are like dating someone – you might be a lot more into them than they are in you. For a lot of different…
  • Writing basics: how to write a lead

    Michelle V. Rafter
    14 Jul 2014 | 1:00 pm
    The lead is one of the basic building blocks of writing, and now more than ever, freelancers need to know how to write a lead if they want to land work. A lead is your first chance to hook someone into clicking through and reading your entire story. If you’re writing for websites, the lead might be the only part of your story that shows up on the front page, other than the headline, so it’s got to be good enough to entice readers to want more. In  fact, that’s the perfect definition of a lead – a snippet of information that turns readers into Oliver Twist, asking for…
  • 25 practical, productive things freelancers can do when everyone else is on vacation

    Michelle V. Rafter
    3 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    This year, the Fourth of July falls on a Friday and if people aren’t taking off a few days before, they’re taking off a few days after. Either way, nobody’s around. And that’s not a bad thing. There’s a lot that you can get done when you’re working and nobody else is, especially if you’re not on an urgent deadline. Stay Busy During Holidays Here are some practical, productive things freelancers can do to maximize the slow times that happen around July 4 and other holidays: 1. Update your bio and resume. 2. Freshen up your social media profiles. No…
  • What I learned hosting a daily blogging challenge

    Michelle V. Rafter
    30 Jun 2014 | 4:00 pm
    Blogging is a lot like life. You get out of it as much as you put in. In 2008, I challenged myself to write a post on my blog every day for a month. When I started, I had no idea that over the years other bloggers would be inspired to take the same challenge. They have – hundreds of them. Some have used the WordCount Blogathon to launch a blog or revive a dormant one, improve their prose for other types of writing, and find work as paid bloggers. Through the years, I’ve seen that the bloggers who get the most out of a blogging challenge such as the WordCount Blogathon or…
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    Quips and Tips for Successful Writers

  • How to Ask for Feedback on Your Writing

    Laurie
    19 Aug 2014 | 11:09 am
    Writing feedback can be both invaluable and crushing. It’s crucial to get feedback on your writing, but it’s equally important to make sure you approach the right reviewer, in the right way, at the right time, with the right questions. In The Writing & Critique Group Survival Guide: How to Make... {If you want to read this article, click the title and bounce on over to Quips and Tips for Successful Writers! Otherwise, go well, my friend.}
  • How to Write a Magazine Article

    Laurie
    12 Aug 2014 | 2:46 pm
    From pitching a query letter to submitting your invoice to the editor, these tips on how to write a magazine article will give you the inside scoop on freelance writing. I learned how to be a freelance writer by reading books such as The Art and Craft of Feature Writing: Based on The Wall... {If you want to read this article, click the title and bounce on over to Quips and Tips for Successful Writers! Otherwise, go well, my friend.}
  • 5 Things You Need to Know About Writing for Magazines

    Laurie
    6 Aug 2014 | 3:20 pm
    These tips on how to write for magazines are from The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Publishing Magazine Articles. These tidbits jumped out at me as some of the most important things freelance writers need to know about writing for magazines. Sheree Bykofsky and  Jennifer Basye Sander’s Complete... {If you want to read this article, click the title and bounce on over to Quips and Tips for Successful Writers! Otherwise, go well, my friend.}
  • 5 Ways to Become a Freelance Writer Who Gets Repeat Work

    Laurie
    2 Aug 2014 | 3:26 pm
    Here are five tips on how to become a freelance writer who keeps getting work from editors of print and online magazines. One thing I didn’t realize when I first started freelancing was that good writers don’t have to keep pitching articles. Editors need a stable good writers, and when... {If you want to read this article, click the title and bounce on over to Quips and Tips for Successful Writers! Otherwise, go well, my friend.}
  • 7 Ways to Prevent Carpal Tunnel for Writers

    Laurie
    29 Jul 2014 | 9:54 am
    If you rely on writing – longhand or keyboard – for your livelihood or pleasure, you need to know how to prevent carpal tunnel syndrome. Writers, don’t set yourself up for unnecessary health issues in the future! The best way to prevent carpal tunnel is to wear a wrist brace regularly, such as... {If you want to read this article, click the title and bounce on over to Quips and Tips for Successful Writers! Otherwise, go well, my friend.}
 
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    About Freelance Writing

  • 5 Ways to Fix Run-On Sentences

    Anne Wayman
    26 Aug 2014 | 7:32 am
    By Allison VanNest of Grammarly.com What are run-on sentences? Contrary to popular belief, they’re not just really, really long sentences. Run-on sentences are actually two independent clauses (i.e.... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • The Finding Freelance Writing Jobs Roundup

    Anne Wayman
    25 Aug 2014 | 10:15 am
    Finding freelance writing jobs is an ongoing challenge for most freelance writers. It’s a subject I write often about. Listed here are some of the best articles I’ve written on the topic.... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • How Writers Set Boundaries In Their Home Offices And Write

    Anne Wayman
    21 Aug 2014 | 9:32 am
    Writers set boundaries in their home office because they must, or they never get any writing done. Interruptions come, it seems, from all directions. First of all, neighbors, friends, and even... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • It’s Not Impolite to Talk About Money and Freelance Writing Jobs!

    Anne Wayman
    19 Aug 2014 | 9:55 am
    Where did we get the idea that it’s rude to talk about money and freelance writing jobs? In fact, come to think about it, where did we get the idea it’s impolite to talk about money in... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • How To Raise Your Freelance Writing Fees

    Anne Wayman
    18 Aug 2014 | 11:38 am
    As you continue to get freelance writing jobs there comes a time when you want to know how to raise your freelance writing fees. Sometimes the decision to raise you rates comes when you realize you... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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    Freelancer.com - New Projects

  • English to Zulu by uabdkd

    27 Aug 2014 | 1:33 am
    Hello, We need a translation of 25000 symbols(simple words and phrases) from English to Zulu language . Topic: dating website, word file is provided. Only native speakers are required. The price shouldn't exceed $60... (Budget: $55-$60 USD, Jobs: Translation)
  • Proteccion con iptables by lclirox

    27 Aug 2014 | 1:33 am
    Hola, necesito a alguien que sepa usar el iptables para proteger de un ataque, ya he intentado muchas cosas y ninguna funciona (Budget: $140-$450 MXN, Jobs: Linux, Network Administration)
  • Build a website by redimer

    27 Aug 2014 | 1:32 am
    Looking for someone with artistic sense to build a website for my small business. The website must be easy to manage. I allow building a website based on Wordpress, but it must be an original and unique project, not similar to the popular templates... (Budget: zł90-zł750 PLN, Jobs: Graphic Design, HTML, PHP, Website Design, Wordpress)
  • Alter some Images by elliotl2005

    27 Aug 2014 | 1:32 am
    Hi I Require someone with exceptional photoshop skills with a strong background working on airbrushing and retouching modelling photos from a photoshoot The photos then need to be put onto a variety... (Budget: $30-$250 USD, Jobs: Graphic Design, Photo Editing, Photography, Photoshop, Photoshop Design)
  • Restaurant finance report by josephinemadis

    27 Aug 2014 | 1:32 am
    Data entry & generate various reports for the business of 6 months (Budget: ₱10000-₱30000 PHP, Jobs: Accounting)
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    Danielle McGaw

  • Working, Squidoo, Fiction Writing, and a Holiday

    Danielle McGaw
    21 Aug 2014 | 6:45 pm
    So, I’m adjusting to being back in the work force.  Ya, it’s not quite full time but wow – still hard to get used to.  There are certain things that I still have to do every day and by the time my day is over I’m rarely done everything.  I have to pick and choose. Squidoo – holy crap!  People are all over the place with this one.  Some of them don’t care.  Some of them are ready to take matters to court.  On the one end, I get the outrage – writers want more control of their work and what happens to it and most of all they want to be paid.  On…
  • Are You Making This Big Marketing Mistake

    Danielle McGaw
    17 Aug 2014 | 11:22 am
    People go to school to learn about marketing and they learn marketing online from self-taught gurus. I wouldn’t say that either one is better or worse than the other. It is what you do with the information that you take in that makes the difference. And sometimes it is how long you do what you’ve learned that makes the difference. Have you ever learned or thought of a new marketing strategy, decided you wanted to give it a try, implemented it on a site and then promptly forgot about it? It didn’t work very well did it? That’s the thing with marketing strategies. You need to give them…
  • Kitties in Love

    Danielle McGaw
    16 Aug 2014 | 11:34 pm
    These two really are like an old married couple. The second they met it was love at first site – well, after Theo realized that Princess was the boss, that is! The big one is Theo, the little one is Princess. They are always together. The bathe each other and sleep together and occasionally have a good swatting fight and maybe a few love bites. They really are adorable to watch.
  • Tubing Down The River

    Danielle McGaw
    16 Aug 2014 | 11:31 pm
    Best afternoon ever! My sis, my mom, my crazy cousin Val (and crazy actually does describe most of the people in our family) and I blew up some tubes, got some coolers and beer, and tied them all up and headed down the river. It was a perfect day for it. Sunny. Most relaxing thing to do in my town!
  • My Cute Momma

    Danielle McGaw
    16 Aug 2014 | 11:29 pm
    I took this picture while we were all at the Sports Lounge (we don’t have a lot of lounges in our town so it makes sense that the only sports lounge is actually called the Sports Lounge). A couple of us were going for drinks and wings and she was so happy to get out for a drink she put on her cowboy hat. If it wasn’t so hot she likely would have put on her boots, too! And by the way, under that hat? Some really, really red hair!
 
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    Guerrilla Freelancing

  • Top 4 Trademark tips for freelancers

    Mike Smith
    6 Aug 2014 | 6:39 am
    There’s nothing like being your own boss — being able to set your own hours, choose your own clients and guide your career destiny. But along with being your own boss comes all of the responsibilities that other businesses delegate to entire teams, which increases the likelihood that something will fall through the cracks. For example, many freelancers spend lots of time considering different business names, but overlook the process involved in trademarking that name — and a federally registered trademark is the best way to protect your name from being used by other freelancers or…
  • Client Feedback is essential to freelance business success

    Mike Smith
    31 Jul 2014 | 5:50 am
    Everybody’s been there: you spend hours developing your marketing strategy, implement a really great website, you take pride in your work, and feel like you’re really looking after your customers; however feel that for some reason, something’s holding you back? Don’t worry, there is a means of breaking the shackles of this feeling, and the answers lie in your customer feedback. We’ve all seen statistics like the following. For every positive mention you receive about your work or business practices, generally 15 other people also receive that feedback. However…
  • How to get shitty clients in 3 easy steps

    Mike Smith
    11 Jun 2014 | 7:27 am
    You want the shittiest clients possible, and today I’m going to show you exactly how to do it. You know the client types: Low paying, highly controlling and never happy with your work, no matter how great the project comes out. These are the clients you want and these are the clients I am going to teach you how to get. Curious to know how to get the shittest clients? Here’s a few quick tips to put you on your way to the most horrible working experience possible as a freelancer. Ignore buzz kill phrases Since you want to get the most horrible clients possible, you’ll want to…
  • Freelancers and Pensions: The good news and bad news

    Mike Smith
    9 Jun 2014 | 5:29 am
    There are many benefits of freelancing, but pensions aren’t one of them. Yes, you get to choose your own hours, be your own boss and take full control of your destiny – but you also miss out on a host of benefits employees receive by default. When confronted with the day-to-day costs of running your own freelance business, it’s easy to disregard saving for the future in favour of investing for now. But as every small business owner knows, easy is nearly always a bad idea. Too many freelancers face pension poverty. And here’s why. The £91,500 pay divide In company pension…
  • Secrets top freelancers aren’t telling you

    Marcella Chamorro
    4 Jun 2014 | 6:57 am
    Can you hear that? It’s the sound of a top freelancer celebrating a big win. Off in a corner of the freelancing universe, a top freelancer is enjoying yet another great outcome — another proposal accepted, a successful project launched, or a huge referral landing in their inbox. You might be thinking, “Why isn’t that me?” I’ll tell you why. In the world of freelancing, most of the population struggles to reach the high ranks of the top-most freelancers. And those top-most freelancers seem to be having all the fun. They don’t suffer from the pains that…
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    Signal vs. Noise

  • Hamburger Helper

    Wailin Wong
    6 Aug 2014 | 7:33 am
    Businessmen like Ray Kroc and Dave Thomas have secured their places in the annals of the fast food industry. But what about Harry Holly? He invented the hamburger patty molding machine in the kitchen of the burger restaurant he opened after losing his job in the Depression. Holly’s patty press helped bring the modern fast food industry into existence by equipping McDonald’s and Burger King with machines that could efficiently produce standard-sized burgers. But 77 years after Holly founded his patty machine company, Hollymatic, neither inventor nor business has name recognition…
  • QUOTE: Clutter is taking a toll on both morale and…

    David
    5 Aug 2014 | 7:59 am
    Clutter is taking a toll on both morale and productivity. Teresa Amabile of Harvard Business School studied the daily routines of more than 230 people who work on projects that require creativity. As might have been expected, she found that their ability to think creatively fell markedly if their working days were punctuated with meetings. They did far better if left to focus on their projects without interruption for a large chunk of the day, and had to collaborate with no more than one colleague. —Decluttering the company [The Economist]
  • PHOTO: Just took an Uber Black Car to the office…

    Jason Fried
    31 Jul 2014 | 12:34 pm
    Just took an Uber Black Car to the office today and noticed that they round down the price and make it clear on the receipt. $21.00 is definitely more luxurious than $21.71. Nice touch.
  • Hybrid : How we took Basecamp multi-platform with a tiny team

    Jason Z.
    31 Jul 2014 | 8:02 am
    Yesterday we announced the official Basecamp app for iPad. Just like our other apps for iPhone, Android, and Kindle it’s a hybrid—a native wrapper around a mobile web core. We’ve written about this setup before but today I wanted to really get into the details to show how it all works and how we’ve been able to launch four distinct apps with a handful of developers, just 5 people in all. How it works Basecamp has variants for desktop, phone and tablet. Desktop is the default browser experience we launched in 2012. When it detects a mobile device or a native app declares…
  • Our favorite recent reads on the web

    Emily Wilder
    28 Jul 2014 | 10:11 am
    Each week, Know Your Company asks everyone at Basecamp a few questions, including one that helps us learn more about each other. Last week’s prompt was “What’s one great read on the web you’ve come across in the past month?” We enjoyed reading one another’s recommendations so much we wanted to share the results here! Javan Makhmali, Programmer: Love People, Not Pleasure – http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/20/opinion/sunday/arthur-c-brooks-love-people-not-pleasure.html Dan Kim, All-purpose: This Paul Graham article from way back in 2007, titled “Stuff”.
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    Tuts+ Business

  • How to Find Out What Your Email Subscribers Really Want

    David Masters
    25 Aug 2014 | 5:53 am
    There's a cardinal rule in business:If you're providing a service, or selling a product that people want and are willing to pay for, then you're on the road to success.Marketing has a bad reputation because so often it's about interrupting people's lives and trying to convince them that they want a product they've no real need for. Think of TV commercials or adverts in magazines and newspapers. Occasionally they're amusing. But more often than not, they're frustrating. They get in the way and distract our attention from what we really want to focus on.Email marketing has…
  • Running a Successful Franchise

    Andrew Blackman
    18 Aug 2014 | 5:10 am
    Congratulations! If you’ve followed all the steps so far in our series on buying and running a successful franchise, you now find yourself in possession of a franchise that’s perfect for you.Doing all the careful research we’ve talked about puts you in an excellent position as you start out as a franchisee. You now understand the business model, you’re clear about what to expect, and you’re confident that you’ve made the best choice of franchise.But you still have a lot of hard work ahead of you. In this tutorial we’ll look at how to get your business off the ground, make it…
  • How to Create an Effective Autoresponder Sequence

    David Masters
    11 Aug 2014 | 4:49 am
    An autoresponder sequence is ideal for improving your email open and click through rates. That's because an autoresponder sequence:Builds a relationship with your subscribers.Gets your subscribers to habitually open your emails.Let's take a look at what an autoresponder sequence is, the benefits of using one in your email marketing, and how you can set one up.What is an Autoresponder Sequence?An autoresponder sequence is a series of emails that's automatically sent out to people subscribed to your email list. Typically, an autoresponder sequence is sent out to new subscribers.When you put…
  • Tuts+ is Hiring a Copy Editor

    David Appleyard
    6 Aug 2014 | 1:41 am
    We're excited to announce that Tuts+ is currently looking for a copy editor to join our team. If you've got a love for language and written word, excellent communication skills, and a passion for teaching, this might be the job for you!What Does the Role Involve?This role centres around ensuring all published Tuts+ tutorial content is of a consistently high standard, with each piece meeting our style and grammar guidelines and being structured to best educate its intended audience.You’ll be tasked with taking completed draft tutorials and polishing them into a shining beacon of grammatical…
  • How to Decode a Franchise Disclosure Document and Franchise Agreement

    Andrew Blackman
    4 Aug 2014 | 5:10 am
    Here’s the good news: Before you buy a franchise in the U.S., the franchisor is legally required to provide you with detailed information about the business, so that you know exactly what you’re getting into.The bad news? These documents are typically drafted by lawyers. They often run to hundreds of pages, and the language can be impenetrable.So the danger is that you treat the Franchise Disclosure Document like the license agreement for some new software. You know you should read it, but there’s just too much of it, and in the end you just click “Agree” and move on.But a franchise…
 
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    FreshBooks Blog

  • 6 ways your accountant can help you achieve your business goals

    FreshBooks Accountant
    26 Aug 2014 | 6:30 am
    Do you think of your accountant as just someone who you send your receipts and reports to at tax time? Do you limit your contact with your accountant to a few tiresome weeks in the spring? And then wait a year to speak to them again? If this sounds like you, you’re missing out on a big part of what your accountant can offer you and your small business. Your accountant is already helping you document the past via your yearly tax return. Did you know your accountant can also help you plan the future? Accountants have the training and expertise to help you set goals and get the most out of…
  • Don’t Sweat It: Your ragtag marketing and branding

    Evan Horowitz
    21 Aug 2014 | 6:30 am
    Do you feel guilty you’re not doing everything you think you “should” for your business? The Don’t Sweat It series is for you. You’ll get clarity about the best use of your time to grow your business faster and restore peace of mind. I have a confession. I’m sometimes embarrassed to hand out my business card. I picture the potential client looking at my card, typing in my web address, and wondering why my site looks completely different from my cards. The logos look nothing alike, the colors don’t match (orange vs. blue), and even my tagline is sometimes askew. Will…
  • New: An easier way to share reports with your accountant

    Himali Tadwalkar
    19 Aug 2014 | 6:26 am
    Starting today, you can invite your trusted accountant or bookkeeper to create their own Accountant Center, a portal that gives them read-only access to your Reports and Journal Entries whenever they need them. Note: The way you export your journal entries has changed with Accountant Center. Read on to find out how. Why should I care? Now you can spend less time going back and forth trying to get your financial information into your accountant’s hands (especially during the busyness of tax time). Your accountant will love that you’re keeping your business transactions organized in…
  • Scheduled Downtime for Maintenance: Friday August 15th, 2014 11:30PM EDT

    FreshBooks
    15 Aug 2014 | 2:00 pm
    Update: We’re all done! Thanks for your patience. Your FreshBooks account will be temporarily unavailable for approximately 30 minutes as of 11:30pm EDT tonight, Friday August 15th, 2014 for a brief maintenance update. Reminder! Please ensure you have saved all work by 11:25PM EDT. Please note: The FreshBooks iPhone app, iPad app, Android app and any API integrations will also not work during this time period. If you are a mobile user, during the downtime you will receive an error message, and won’t be able to edit existing entries. However, you will still be able to do certain…
  • 5 ways to protect your business from hackers

    Guest Author
    14 Aug 2014 | 7:10 am
    As an advisor at a privacy software company, I constantly see the damage that a hacker can have on a small business. Peter, a freelance translator, was one of those cautionary tales. Don’t be Peter Peter had called me up, saying his computer had frozen and he couldn’t open the files he was working on. A hacker had got into his computer and wiped out his translation and other business files. Peter had made a backup of those files, but unfortunately the backup copies were stored in unencrypted, plaintext on a hard drive connected to his infected PC. When we checked the connected hard…
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    Dr. Freelance®

  • 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…
  • Why I’m (finally) using a standing desk

    Jake Poinier
    14 May 2014 | 6:03 am
    You could argue that I’m a few years late to the trend of using a standing desk for my freelance home office. The truth is that I’ve been very happy with my antique architect’s drafting table (bought dirt cheap at a yard sale) for more than ten years. I didn’t want to abandon it, I didn’t want to have to buy another monitor, and I couldn’t stomach the idea of having another piece of furniture. After doing a bit of research, I came to the conclusion what I *really* needed was an adjustable standing desk—which seemed to offer the best of both worlds by…
  • Referral sales tip: No such thing as a slam dunk

    Jake Poinier
    9 May 2014 | 10:29 am
    Any time you get a contact from a referral, it’s an exciting moment, but there’s no such thing as a slam dunk. While a warm lead has much better sales prospects than a cold one, freelance sales leads don’t just sell themselves, and they don’t always work out the way you imagined.We’ll get to the sales tip in a moment, but first you need the backstory: I’d received a referral for an aspect of the writing business that I don’t even do. (Public relations.) So, my initial part of the conversation was essentially an anti-pitch: “I don’t do…
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    Leaving Work Behind

  • Want to Blog But Don’t Know How to Start?

    Tom Ewer
    26 Aug 2014 | 5:28 am
    I have loved my journey with Beginner Blogging so far. It was nothing more than an idea for so long, but now it’s become a reality, and it’s great to see it helping people so much already. If you’re not familiar with Beginner Blogging yet, it’s a website for people who want to blog but don’t know how. The foundation of the site is a completely free beginner’s course, which takes people from knowing nothing about blogging to creating a blog they can be proud of. The course focuses entirely on the technical aspect of blogging, but I knew that many people…
  • This May Be Au Revoir…But It’s Not Adieu

    Tom Ewer
    18 Aug 2014 | 2:00 am
    A few weeks ago I announced that things were going to change around here and asked you to fill in a survey. 176 of you provided detailed and thoughtful responses, for which I am hugely grateful. It has opened my eyes to who you are in a way that I was not previously aware of. In this post I want to explore that very topic (who LWB readers are) and then go on to explain what I intend to do with Leaving Work Behind in the near future. Just Who Are You? In a word, the LWB audience is diverse. That is something of an understatement really. While there is a common thread that binds many of us…
  • How to Find Freelance Blogging Clients That Will Pay You What You’re Worth [Introducing Paid to Blog Jobs]

    Tom Ewer
    11 Aug 2014 | 2:00 am
    Any regular Leaving Work Behind reader will know that I’m a huge fan of freelance blogging. It got me my start in terms of making money online and being able to quit my job, and my writing business (which evolved from my freelance blogging efforts) is my largest source of income to this day. I see it as my responsibility to help others achieve the same success in freelance blogging as I have. That is why my team and I have spent the past several months developing a service that enables freelance bloggers to: easily find freelance blogging job opportunities, and pitch effectively for…
  • How to Improve Your Life, One Small Step at a Time

    Tom Ewer
    6 Aug 2014 | 4:32 pm
    There is no ultimate goal in life. There is no nirvana. There is no pinnacle to be reached (even if we think we can imagine one). There is no such thing as complete fulfillment. The sooner you recognize these facts, the sooner you can get on with improving your life. That may sound intimidating, but it isn’t. On the contrary, it’s massively releasing. Acknowledging that the achievement of one big goal is not going to make your life “perfect” will open you up to the realization that any positive step – no matter how small – can improve your life. And invariably,…
  • The Key Ingredient of My Success as a Freelance Blogger

    Tom Ewer
    4 Aug 2014 | 4:23 am
    As I reflect back on my beginnings as a freelance blogger, I consider myself quite lucky in a way. After all, my first two clients were WPMU (now the WPMU Dev Blog) and ManageWP. James and the team over at the WPMU blog were wonderful to work with, and I still work with Vladimir and the team at ManageWP nearly three years later (as the blog’s editor). How did I land those first two clients? I scoured the ProBlogger Jobs Board twice, submitting about 5-7 pitches each time. Each set of pitches landed me one quality client. But regardless of the quality of my pitches, my writing…
 
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  • 4.6 million Britons now work for themselves

    Lesley Furber
    27 Aug 2014 | 2:00 am
    The number of self-employed people has reached the highest level in 40 years, according to the latest report from the Office for National Statistics (ONS). The ONS data showed there were 1.1 million more self-employed workers in April-June 2014 compared with January-March 2008. The 4.6 million full-time self-employed account for 15% of the total number of workers in the UK. There are a further 356,000 employees who have a second job in which they are self-employed. In 1975, 8.7% of workers (1.9 million) were self-employed; in 2008 it was 13%. This rise is attributed to various factors,…
  • These clients will seem infuriatingly familiar

    Joshua Danton Boyd
    21 Aug 2014 | 7:36 am
    Freelancers have to go where the money is, but unfortunately those that have the cash aren’t always the smartest. This video will ring a bell with anyone whose dealt with clients armed with knowledge-less suggestions. It might be worth having a stress ball handy while you watch it. Even though it’s fiction you can’t help but feel angry for the poor expert. Here’s to never getting a client like these lot ever again. The post These clients will seem infuriatingly familiar appeared first on Freelance Advisor.
  • Working from home: how to get set up

    Joshua Danton Boyd
    19 Aug 2014 | 2:00 am
    To some, the freedom freelancing gives them to work from home is one of the main reasons they do it. We all thrive in different work environments and there are plenty who do their best work in the bedroom, away from your average office. While working from home isn’t as relaxing and carefree as some people assume, it’s certainly an attractive option to plenty of people. So if you’re a work from home freelancer, how do you get set-up to make sure you’re going to do a good job? Do You Live Somewhere Suitable? First things first, does your home really lend itself to work? Think about…
  • Deciphering the false self-employment legislation for contractors

    Lesley Furber
    14 Aug 2014 | 2:00 am
    The false self-employment (Onshore Employment Intermediaries) legislation, which came into effect on 6th April 2014, is still causing confusion for Contractors - there have been no tribunal or court cases about it yet, so we don’t know how HMRC’s legislation will be interpreted. However, some light was shed on understanding the legislation by a first-tier tribunal in June. Here’s our take on the decision: Background The false self-employment legislation is meant to affect self-employed people who are employed via intermediaries – such as employment agencies, payroll or…
  • Hate what you create? Don’t worry, it’s normal!

    Nick Chowdrey
    13 Aug 2014 | 3:58 am
    As creative types, we’re all familiar with the particularly poignant sense of disappointment that comes from having slaved over a project for days, weeks, or even months, only to realise that we hate what we’ve made. In this touching and inspirational video, veteran American radio host, Ira Glass, explains what he calls “the gap” – that space between what you want to create and what you are actually able to produce. Ira’s message is that creativity is a gift that must be earned. The gap is normal – you just have to work to close it. THE GAP by Ira…
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  • 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,…
  • My Favorite Kickstarter Campaign Ever

    Ashly Lorenzana
    7 Jun 2014 | 4:39 pm
    Image credit: http://nvate.com Okay, so there’s a good chance that you have already heard about the recent Kickstarter campaign I’m referring to. There has been an absurd amount of buzz online about it and rightfully so. I’m talking about LaVar Burton’s Reading Rainbow campaign, of course. This is one of the most inspirational examples of crowd funding I’ve ever encountered. I Grew Up With Reading Rainbow I grew up watching Reading Rainbow in classrooms throughout elementary school. To be totally honest, it was so long ago that I don’t really remember much…
  • 3 Email Marketing Tips for Newbies

    Ashly Lorenzana
    15 Mar 2014 | 7:10 am
    Get 30 days of GetResponse FREE!Recently, I shared 4 internet marketing tips that I’ve picked up on over the past few years I’ve spent making money online. In a similar vein, today I’d like to share with you 3 of my email marketing tips for newbies who are just starting out. Now, before we get started I just want to make it clear that in the greater scheme of things, I’m still just getting started myself. Yes, that’s right. I’m not claiming to be an expert or anything like that. I have a small list of email subscribers  that totals just over 1,000 people…
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  • 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…
  • EP018 – Picking Up the Phone Made These Guys $70,000

    Chris Green
    7 Jun 2014 | 7:32 am
    In this episode, John and I cover how to get clients to make a commitment to working with you. You’ve done all the hard work. You’ve got a meeting with a potential client. You’ve done your proposal and told them the cost. Then what? Many people end up sitting and waiting for the client to call back. We go through some strategies in episode 18 to make sure you get clients over the line.  
 
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  • Read Business Books faster using Quicklets

    jaffab
    21 Aug 2014 | 3:37 am
    Up to until yesterday afternoon, I had never heard of the term Quicklet.   In a nutshell, a Quicklet is a synopsis of a book, with all the important parts pulled out for you to use without having to read the entire book. Quicklets save time in reading all those business books you have ever thought of reading by giving you the ‘key points’ in just a few steps or paragraphs.   Which is good if you don’t have a lot of time. Of course, business books can be very complex and can cover a lot of ground, so a Quicklet will cover just the basics and is down to the interpretation of…
  • My suggestions for Freelancer burnout, procrastination, or when you’ve lost your MoJo

    jaffab
    14 Aug 2014 | 3:08 am
    A few days ago I was exchanging emails with another freelancer who had lost their MoJo. They had fallen into a cycle of un-productivity which they could not break.   I think they recognised they had a problem, but could not break the cycle. So instead of addressing the issue, they had started a cycle of planning and measuring (with no action) and a lot of Video Game playing (again, with no action). Having spent more than 15 years freelancing, I have hit this wall a couple of times. So I sent them some suggestions of what worked for me. Below is a copy of my recommendations for those that…
  • Freelancers – does your website tell your customers what you do? Does it really?

    jaffab
    7 Aug 2014 | 4:30 am
    Try this exercise…. First of all, in a nutshell, in nice plain English – answer this question.   What is it your Freelance or Small Business does? What service, product or value do you add?   Got it? Right…. Now, go to your website, and take a look. Does your website on first view say the same thing? Is it clear what you do? Or do you have to click through multiple levels, multiple menus or wait for an animated banner to refresh before a prospect knows what you do? The reason I ask this is that I made contact with a company a while ago, and wanted to know what they did. So, I went…
  • Should you charge the earth when you have a customer over a barrel?

    jaffab
    1 Aug 2014 | 7:21 am
    Here’s a question for you … if you have a cash rich customer, should you quote your normal rate or an ‘enhanced’ rate to gain as much of their money as possible? Or what about when you have supplied a service and they want some additions, and only you can supply that service. Should you charge a reasonable rate, or an ‘enhanced’ over-a-barrel rate? Do you care what the customer thinks about your charging, or are you in it for the money?   And what will the contact at the customer site really think about being over charged? After all, it’s not really their personal money they…
  • Freelancers, why you cannot afford to be mysterious

    jaffab
    29 Jul 2014 | 7:10 am
    Mr Furious: Okay, am I the only one who finds these sayings just a little bit formulaic? “If you want to push something down, you have to pull it up. If you want to go left, you have to go right.” It’s… The Sphinx: Your temper is very quick, my friend. But until you learn to master your rage… Mr Furious:  …your rage will become your master? That’s what you were going to say. Right? Right? The Sphinx: Not necessarily. From the film Mystery Men (1999) Believe it or not, you and I have a lot in common.   Both of us are normal people…. Neither of us…
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    Addicted to Writing

  • 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, […]
  • Review for The 50 Beginner Blog Blunders And How To Avoid Them by Raspal Seni

    Pinar Tarhan
    8 Aug 2014 | 10:28 am
    Raspal Seni is a freelance blogger specializing in WordPress and technical computer stuff that a lot of us dread. You can learn more about him through his blog I Write About Blogging where he helps out beginner bloggers. The e-book: Having been blogging for over 4 years, I frankly didn’t think I’d be finding more […]
  • Searching for The Ideal Script Coverage/Consulting for Your Screenplay

    Pinar Tarhan
    5 Jul 2014 | 9:42 am
      I’m guessing you aren’t already an established screenwriter with industry connections. Maybe you don’t even live in L.A. I’m also assuming you wrote and edited that screenplay. Maybe you pitched, and nobody bit. Maybe you entered some contests, and your results didn’t earn you the industry attention you were hoping for. You also don’t […]
  • The Elusive Craft of Writing Better Screenplay Dialogue & Useful Resources to Improve Yours

    Pinar Tarhan
    18 Jun 2014 | 12:28 pm
      Actor/director/screenwriter Ethan Hawke (Before Sunrise series, Training Day, Dead Poets Society) is quoted to have said dialogue writing is easy; you just have to be honest. While I agree with Hawke that honesty is a must, I don’t necessarily think it makes your job a breeze. You see, I’m honest to the core when […]
  • Review for Kirsty Stuart’s E-book: How to Start a Travel Blog and Make Money

    Pinar Tarhan
    5 May 2014 | 7:57 am
    Some things in life are just amazing and should be experienced, such as: -       A rocking stadium concert by an artist you adore (and by that I mean you know pretty much all the songs), where you are ideally close enough to the stage so you don’t just watch things from the big screens. -       […]
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  • Top 4 Ways to Have Streams of Freelance Jobs

    Mylene Dela Cena
    24 Aug 2014 | 1:15 pm
    Freelancing is not always a bed of roses. There will come a point when freelance jobs are scarce and you will be left with nothing to do. This can be a huge problem especially if freelancing is your bread and butter. But don’t worry. We’ve got you covered! How to Keep a Steady Stream of Freelance Jobs? 1. Maintain a connection with your previous clients More than having their names and emails saved on your mailbox or phonebook, remember how you worked with these clients. This is a must before you try to contact them again. A simple hi and hello is not enough especially if you are looking…
  • Small Business Hacks: Building a Website that Sells

    Thomas De Vos
    20 Aug 2014 | 7:00 am
    You’ve got a perfect idea for your business: Launch your very first online presence. Great! Only that, in reality, building a website takes a lot of work – for you and your web designer. There’s a lot of things you need to keep track of and you have to do a lot of homework to figure out what elements will work best on each page. The process can be daunting and there will be sleepless nights as you brainstorm everything from content, design, wire frames, coding, testing to creating the right look and feel for your brand. Trust me when I say this, “We’ve been…
  • Insights: Humanizing the Online Jobs Marketplace

    Thomas De Vos
    14 Aug 2014 | 11:55 am
    Back in the old days when people are driven by human interaction in making decisions about who to hire for the job, online marketplaces today makes the “tedious” task almost obsolete with automating the entire process in what we can only dub as prospecting ala fast food lane. But, what do we sacrifice in the name of speed? Simple. Human connection. The tie that binds us to trust and commmit to more than what is expected of us. No matter how advanced technology has become, we will always crave for that connection that makes us  all human. Think about it…   At Fourerr,…
  • Getting Over the Edge of Freelancing Competition

    Mylene Dela Cena
    10 Aug 2014 | 6:00 am
    We already unraveled the mystery of freelancing and even looked deeper at why many freelancers go nuts over this kind of profession. Based on several surveys and statistics, the number of freelancers all over the world had grown enormously. Obviously, the competition keeps on getting tougher. So, how can you get an edge over your freelancing competitors? Brace yourself because in this post, we will be spilling the beans! As a freelancer myself, I know how it feels to be surrounded by top-notch freelancers. I say they are top-notchers because one, they have been in the industry for quite a…
  • Fourerr’s Top Users for the Month of July: You Rock!

    Thomas De Vos
    5 Aug 2014 | 7:51 am
    Thank You… doesn’t even describe the word to send our warmest, heart-felt appreciation for doing business on our site.  As such, we would like to give you more than a round-of-applause that you all deserve (and the occasional raising of glasses). Top 10 Sellers – Ratings & Feedback Kudos for keeping your clients more than satisfied! And don’t forget to check out our Facebook album dedicated to your hard work! (p.s. Use the space bar or arrow keys to navigate through the presentations below) Fourerr Market – visit user story HERE Linda Barns – visit…
 
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  • Writing For The European Market

    Mark O'Neill
    22 Aug 2014 | 7:15 am
    In all the newsletters and websites advertising writing markets, Europe seems to be all but ignored. But with the right approach on your part, you can easily get your work published in Europe and expand your international portfolio. The Internet Solves Distance Issues The first thing to point out is that distance is not really a hindrance. In the age of modern technology, you can query and submit by email, receive your money by PayPal and visit the publication’s website for their guidelines. The only barrier is that you may think since Europe is so far away, you can’t possibly…
  • Basic SEO Tips And Tricks For Bloggers

    Angela Alcorn
    13 Aug 2014 | 7:27 am
    Okay, before you go thinking about SEO too much, just remember that there’s a lot of old advice out there that doesn’t work anymore in 2014. You could waste millions of hours on dumb ideas. So don’t. Just write. Keep writing. That said, it’s important to know what people are searching for. You might be using a particular phrase over and over, when most people search for a slightly different phrase. That would be truly annoying. Basic SEO For Your Domain Name You also will want to get a domain early on so that any backlinks go to your domain and not…
  • How To Create The Perfect Writer’s Platform Blog

    Mark O'Neill
    9 Aug 2014 | 5:56 am
    You’re not a real writer unless you do three things – tell everyone you are a writer, actually write something, and make a writer website. [Tweet] The first one is extremely easy. You just have to go to parties, and in every second sentence, end the sentence with “did I tell you I’m a writer?”. This is the rather subtle approach so it may be a while before someone perks up and says “did you say you were a writer?” I won’t comment on the easiness or difficulty of the second one – every writer has their ups and downs. I’ve had more ups…
  • The Online Writer Sweatshops

    Mark O'Neill
    1 Aug 2014 | 6:33 am
    Being a streetwise “done that and bought the T-shirt” kind of guy, I thought I had seen and heard it all. I figured long ago that there was nothing that could shock me anymore. But last year, I realized to my chagrin that there were still some things that could knock me backwards when a company offered me the grand sum of $1.25 to rewrite a 500-word article. Yes, that’s not a typo – one whole bountiful dollar and 25 cents for a 500-word article. What made me almost have a coronary was when the “editor” made it clear that their bountiful generous sum didn’t…
  • The Simplest Thing Most Writers Are Too Scared To Do

    Mihir Patkar
    27 Jul 2014 | 9:52 am
    A lot of freelance writers have asked me how I get assignments. The answer is simple, but it’s admittedly scary: Just ask. As a writer, we fall in love with our words. We need a certain amount of ego that makes us believe, “Hey, what I have to say is important–important enough that people should stop what they are doing and listen to me.” This ego, unfortunately, also means that we can take ourselves too seriously, or think too highly of ourselves. In the real world, this means we don’t put ourselves out there as often as we should. Admittedly, it’s scary…
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  • Understanding Principles of Web Design – Web Design Tips 2014

    Abrar Ahmed
    25 Aug 2014 | 5:13 am
    Taking half a lesson, bunking a design class and a design degree never makes you the designer and never makes you understand the principles of web design. Practical designers are for whom industrial clients are looking for. Even those nerds cannot make bucks from freelancing in with exception of luck. So as designing task is never been easy and day by day changing trends are making the competitions hefty and positioning a classical designer to a dead-lock. One should never be void when it comes to design news and updates. There are a lot of sites out there making world to know the future…
  • Safeguarding Your Sanity Whilst Giving Clients and Readers What They Want -Freelance writing tips

    Tiffani Hughes
    25 Aug 2014 | 1:39 am
    Two of the emerging difficulties in the world of freelance writing today is keeping up with the rapidly changing climate of the Internet, as well as the overabundance of competition. The majority of your clients expect original, high-quality content, that is a certain number of words, and often comes with very strict time restrictions. Many times, when accepting jobs, we writers later may begin to feel that we are in over our heads. Seemingly simple tasks turn out to require extensive research, occupies more time than we anticipated, and the fear of our own individual limitations ruining a…
  • Best web design services and development companies in India

    Abrar Ahmed
    23 Aug 2014 | 5:46 am
    World occupies a renowned hierarchy of businesses including small businesses and large businesses. Web Design business also falls into a natural hierarchy of designing services. According to my speculation, the easiest and the most affordable business to begin with is the web design business and if I am not wrong, a most profitable amateur business too. India, the fastest growing country in IT field is producing more and more opportunities day by day. Teenager’s interest in design, graphics and development is the proof of new India. Due to this development, India is now the center of Asian…
  • Best Responsive Design Tutorial Tricks For Your Website – Web Design Tips

    Abrar Ahmed
    22 Aug 2014 | 12:46 pm
    When a designer starts to design a website, he needs to make something working for 2 major platforms i.e desktop and mobile. Responsive design is something able to respond on every single platform and it includes platforms which are not into trend yet. For this, I have designed a tutorial tip guide for Responsive design which is one of the key web design tips for ultimate designer success. Responsive design of a website is so much important nowadays because more and more people are heading towards mobile technology for browsing websites, I will not blame it to the trend of Facebook’s…
  • 10 Best Web Design Inspiration 2014 – Web 2.0 Websites

    Abrar Ahmed
    17 Aug 2014 | 9:57 am
      Check out this week’s Best Web 2.0 Web Design Inspiration!     1. CONTINENTAL Restaurant Website by Bondarenko Ann     2. FILECOIN – Web 2.0 by Ales Nesetril       3. SREDNICKA.PL (A Creative Portfolio) by Daria Michalska   4. AVES UI by Erigon   5. BROJURE by Tomas Zeman     6. SHOTFOLIO PSD by Julian Pascual   7. KERRIS CREATION by Kerris Group and Krzysztof Nikiforuk 8. BEATS BY DRE by Jordan Fripp     9. FABIANWEBER by Michael Henning   10. HANDWRYTTEN by Fixed Agency, Juan Mora, Kathy Gomez…
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