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Hello, We are seeking for people with good promotion and marketing skills and abilities. This initial project is supposed to find the right person(s) for internet (or media) marketing. Requirements: - bid $20 - describe what you can do for $20 ( i.e. submit websites to 10 search engines and make sure they appear, submit to 500 internet catalogs, submit to 10 blogs, refer some number of visitors to the site through some webresource's customers, etc) We suppose that winning bidder should have one of the next or couple abilities: - good web/media marketing/promotion expirience; - good contacts; - access to many webresources; Brief description of projects you will have to promote: (i dont place links initially, but I will send on request): - the first one is related to the new math and software (online web service) that allows lottery players to skip playing at least 31% of junk lottery numbers (we have 4 videos completed for this project to promote it at the web or at media resources); - the second one is business related project that uses newly developed finance approaches and methods, it should give many people opportunities to get big outcome for small investments; However, this bid is limited to the "job for $20" and is not a warranty for feature contracts. Thanks and good luck, Nick
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