Build a professional WikiFarm (Subscription Based)
- Status Closed
- Budget $1500 - $3000 USD
- Total Bids 36
A bit of a unique idea. I would like to set up a professional website, selling a subscription based wiki service. Similar to other Wiki Farms. However, I will sell this idea to businesses with a certain number of employees and have it set as free for a smaller business. If the client has less than 20 employees their wiki will be free. 20+ employees would have to go on a pay structure which I am still working on. If you are familiar with [url removed, login to view], they sell labor and scheduling for businesses and improve productivity.. I want to set up wiki pages for other business needs.
Essentially, I need a WikiFarm set up, professionally designed, with a way to charge for subscription based models based on number of users. I prefer Mediawiki, but am open to Dokuwiki for the setup. When a subscriber goes through me, they will receive a blank wiki. The wiki must be customized to a WYSIWYG model. My freelancer needs to be able to modify a site to be able to be easily accessible with text boxes to add information easily.
This is not an easy task and I am willing to pay up to $2k for this project. It will take some work and I have more information available to a candidate.
What I want is an answer to this.
How would you set up a WikiFarm with a subscription based model and are you capable of setting up a site so that it is extremely user friendly to the point where a client can just fill out text boxes and a professional site will emerge.
U.S. Freelancers Only who speak perfect English. I want to be able to communicate.Get free quotes for a project like this
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