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The project involves creating and writing/filling trivia questions on various topics in the following categories:
- TV: Drama/Comedy/Thriller -> Popular American TV shows from the last ~20 years
- Sports: American Sports(NBA/NHL/NFL/MLB), Tennis, International Football (Soccer), Miscellaneous (Track/Cycling Etc..)
Each 'Entry', contains the following data:
- Title (Example: 'Seinfeld: Soup Nazi')
- Category (Would be 'TV->Comedy' in the above example)
- Content Link (A specific link to content on the web for this entry. The exact nature will be described privately in messages)
- 3 multiple choice trivia questions for this entry, each one contains:
--- The question
--- The correct answer
--- 3 'Incorrect' answers (But related enough as to not make the answer clear if the player does not know the answer)
The questions and answers should be in a very high-level of English.
They should be creative, 'fun', and original (Not taken/copied from anywhere), in increasing difficulty for the 1st/2nd/3rd question.
Example existing entries will be sent for demonstration. The new entries/questions should have a similar 'style', yet not be identical to our existing entries.
Overall we need around ~200 entries for TV, and ~200 for sports, more or less evenly split between the categories (Drama/Comedy/Thriller in case of TV).
In parallel we have other people also entering data so the total amount of work available depends on the rate of work and the quality, with the maximum for this phase being the ~200+~200 mentioned above.
We expect a work-rate of at least 3-4 entries per hour while maintaining the high quality mentioned earlier.
Please specify in addition to the hourly bid:
- How many entries you think you will be able to do per hour (We still prefer higher-quality entries over high-amount-per-hour)
- Which of the categories (TV/Sports or Both) you are familiar with and will be able to supply (If you are unfamiliar it's still possible to look-up facts on the web and create questions based on that, but in this case you should be able to do this in a quick and efficient manner)