Hourly Rate: $4 - $8 / hr
| Duration: Not Sure
| Posted: 15h, 19m ago | Ends: 14d, 8h |
Need VA for 2 hours per week for researching, summarizing and emailing articles in the area of health (mental, emotional and physical), purposeful living (mission in life, career fulfillment) and mindful living (service, giving back, living in the moment) for blog and book content. Access to online journals a plus such as Harvard Bus Review, Journal of Positive Psychology, Journal of Neurology, etc and when hired, a list of online (websites, blogs) and academic journals will be provided as well as a more precise description of areas for research. Proofreading may be requested at times. If goes well, may expand hours, scope and assignments, including research on surviving serious illnesses like cancer and social media marketing.
Hourly Rate: Not Sure
| Duration: Not Sure
| Posted: Apr 17, 2015 | Ends: 11d, 9h |
We're looking for a producer for a new weekly Podcast series called Built to Sell Radio. Your role will be as follows: 1. Finding Guests (one per week) you will need to research a variety of sources in order to find potential guests for the show. Each guest will have to be researched and presented with your recommendation on why you think they would be a good guest. Research sources include: *conferences and conference websites *Magazines *Amazon new releases *LinkedIn group leaders You may also be required to politely decline interest from people who are not a good fit for the show. 2. Preparing Guests Once approved, you will need to schedule the interview and prepare the guest. This includes using a tool called "Schedule Once" to automate reminders and instructions. You will also be required to answer any questions the guest has prior to the show. 3. Preparing the audio file. Once the interview is over, you will need to send the audio file to our sound engineer fo...
Category: Virtual Assistant
Fixed Price: Less than $500
| Posted: Apr 17, 2015 | Ends: 11d, 4h |
We are crowdfunding journalism projects, and need someone who can do lots of research - finding out popular Facebook groups, Twitter accounts, journalist names, newspaper/website/blog URLs, in order that we can approach them with requests for publicity. For example: We have one journalist trying to crowdfund a campaign to write about Japanese anime. So, we would want to know: who are the big Twitter users who Tweet about anime? What are the important Facebook groups on anime? Which websites, blogs, magazines, and newspapers would be interested in anime? Which particular individual journalists have a soft spot for it? Which celebrities would Tweet about the campaign? And so on. We want big lists of names, email addresses, Twitter IDs, and Facebook accounts, so we can contact them with requests for promotion. We don't need someone with perfect English or any particular qualifications. But we do need someone who will work very hard, and has a good sense of social media, news media, and...