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Review Writers Needed: Is This The Perfect Gig? (Chesapeake, MD)

Company Name:
gigmarketer.com
Hello,
We are searching for 5 to 7 motivated writers in all fields for ongoing work writing critiques. This position demands highly motivated people that can work within tight deadlines and below their particular supervision. We require for you to write critiques on websites.
We require you to evaluate our partners and customers websites, and ensure their process works smoothly for potential customers and users. We would need you to look for bugs or errors that happen during the process of consumers going through their websites, and write an overview for it. No experience is needed even though the much better a writer you might be, the better you will probably earn.
To be accepted, we need for you to write a test review based upon everything you discover. Following effectively submitting your data there, you will be prompted to submit your resume or CV to us.
Since we do not enjoy being spammed with fake resumes or spyware on right here, we require you to submit the application in the form of a client service review, and then upload your resume.
Your compensation will likely be generous, according to your experience and writing capability, and we can provide just as much work as you can deal with. Go to the link below and show us you're a good website reviewer and good at following instructions by doing 2 things:
1 Test our client sites and check for errors or NOTE all problems IF ANY, in detail!
2 Report the issue (if any) you present in step one above, AND prepare to upload your resume later.
Visit this hyperlink to begin: --->>> http://websitereviews.gigmarketer.com/bpbo/
Thanks,
Stephen K. Maynard
Recruiting Management

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