I need a commited freelancer to search at least 1000 brazilian valid hotel and lodging websites, mainly in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Salvador cities (of course other cities are allowed, but these are the priorities).
It's a simple but tedious task, it's allowed (and stimulated), of course, to use webcrawlers or any script to make your task easier.
Your work must be submited in .ods output or at least in comma separated values in .txt format. NO EXCEL formats accepted. Please, use open standards.
The file format is as it follows:
First column: Number (enumerate the entries from 1 to 1000),
Second column: Hotel or lodging **complete** name. If it's a hotel that has many franchises, you must separate each franchise in a different entry, for example, if it's a Ibis Budget hotel in the same city, São Paulo, each entry must be discriminated: "ibis budget sao paulo sao joao" and the next entry of the same franchise "ibis budget sao paulo paraiso" and so on, even if they have the same website address.
Third column: Website address,
Fourth column: City,
Fith column: State,
Sixth column: Hotel or lodging address (can be in any format, but the same that is on the website)
I understand that if you use a script, or if you work with help, the task can be acomplished faster and more accuratedly, and if so, you may earn a bonus up to 30% of your bid.
If you acomplish this task in due time and with neither intentional nor unintentional errors, using a script or manually, you'll be paid your bid integrally.
If you don't acomplish this task in due time, or with intentional or unintentional errors, you'll have to correct your work, and only after that you will be paid your bid integrally, but I'll analyse your case fairly, and decide if I underscore your work or not.
Additional Project Description:
02/26/2013 at 2:35 CXT
If you read everything and still have doubts, please ask me. Bid fairly and suggest a due date you can finish comfortably this task.
The more specific you are in your bid, greater the chances you have to be awarded.
I really don't like spammers.