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We are searching for five to 7 motivated writers in multiple fields to write web application critiques. This position demands highly motivated individuals that can work within tight deadlines and under their own supervision. We need you to write critiques on web applications.
We need you to review our customers and partners websites, and ensure their process works smoothly for potential users and customers. We might require you to find bugs and errors that occur during the process of consumers experiencing their websites, and write a review for to it. No experience is needed even though better a writer you happen to be, the greater you are likely to earn.
To become accepted, we require you to write a test review based on everything you discover. After successfully submitting your information there, you may be prompted to submit your resume or CV to us.
Since we don't enjoy being spammed with fake resumes or spyware on here, we require you to submit your application in the form of a client service review, and then upload your resume.
Your pay is going to be generous, according to your experience and writing capability, and that we can offer as much work that you can handle. So, by doing 2 things, go to the link below and show us you're a good web application reviewer and good at following instructions:
1 Test our client/partner/customer sites and check for errors or problems and NOTE IF ANY, in clear detail!
2 Report the situation (if any) you present in step 1 above, AND prepare to upload your resume later.
Go to this connection to begin: --->>> http: //webappreviews.gigmarketer.com/bpbo/
Stan S. Maynard
Human Resources Management

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