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I am reposting this job because every freelancer who applied, didn't have the experiences that I require. Please read the entire project. I know it's a little long but you won't know what I'm looking for unless you read it all. Thanks.
Hi. I'm looking for someone to help me manage/admin/promote my forum posting company while I'm out of town. This person ABSOLUTELY must have forum administrating and/or moderating experience, must be a pro at promotion/marketing and knowing the ins and outs of the forum posting for pay industry would be a huge plus.
This job would require that you check various sources for forum posting jobs (I'll tell you those sources), post the job in our writers forum in the proper format, make sure the job gets covered by writers in a reasonable time, communicate with my moderator on any problems or situations and communicate with the client (customer) via email with writers usernames, start date and estimated date of completion.
Job also requires that you market our services to other forum owners and admins during slow times. Must be comfortable with this and have a good marketing/promotion track record.
This job requires two hours per day of work, three to four days per week, either gathering and listing jobs or finding more clients, or a combination of the two. Also, you must be a native English writer from the U.S. or U.K. only; therefore, we are accepting proposals from those in the U.S. or U.K. only!
If you feel you can accomplish all tasks required for this position on a daily (3 or 4 days per week) basis, please apply.
1. Please list all forums that you are currently active in AND either an administrator or a moderator. Also list your username(s) for each forum. IF YOU AREN'T AN ACTIVE ADMIN OR MOD IN ANY FORUM, PLEASE DO NOT APPLY!!!!.
2. Please list any experience you have in the forum posting for pay industry.
3. Please tell me how you can promote/market my services to other forum admins/owners.
4. Do you reside in the United States or the United Kingdom?
Thank you. I look forward to working with you.