I'm looking for KENYAN writers with nativelike flow for 30-40 articles(500 words each) a month. I'll pay $2.5-$3.5 per 500 words. Also I'll create milestone. Plz writers with good reviews apply.
Please record 4000 words with microphone. Professional microphone excepted. You can create big files and do not need to split them
I need someone who can write 10,000 words of content for a total project payment of $100. This project will take somewhere between 3-4 weeks. These are blog articles. If things go well we can renew the contract for another 10,000 words. Articles will be able business topics
NO AGENCIES, NO INDIANS, NO PAKISTANI, NO BANGLADESHI ONLY NATIVE SPEAKERS Hello!! We are looking for native speakers of following languages -- Hungarian Slovenian Slovak Czech Georgian Only native speakers please. Look forward to fast and excellent response. Give your best quote per source word. Thanks.
Looking for experienced Malayalam voice-over artists/orators to record few test items for our Test. The recording will be used in a Computer Based Test. We are currently looking for one Male and two Female Voice Over Artists.
Hello, I am looking 2 Malayalam typists/editors. Long term work available for right candidates. The payment will be made on the 15th of every month. Salary is not fixed It depends on your work. If you work 8 hours a day, you can earn 20000 per month. Please contact me only serious people
We are an India short video App named 4Fun. We are findin...App named 4Fun. We are finding professional India translators to proofread and review the information of our 4Fun App. We hope you can read Hindi,Bengali,Gujarati,Kannada,Malayalam,Marathi,Punjabi,Tamil,Telugu,[login to view URL] you should be interest in mobile App .If you are,Please contact [login to view URL]!
We have 5000 words for translation . Place bids only native translators
I am starting a T-shirt business that will have words and quotes or slogans that will make you think. The first word I would like to put on a shirt is Browbeat but I would like a "n" placed between the 'w" and the "B." The thought is to have the word browbeat still in tact but to have the "n" stand out from the word but also look like its a new word