Monday, December 14, 2009

Update: The Freelance Job I Posted (A Write-up Analyzing Several Social Network Games and Virtual Worlds) has Raised their Budget! ($350-$750usd)

An Update from the freelance project I posted yesterday:  They have raised their payout budget to $750usd.   I will repeat the project here:

Goals description: We want to develop a new range of online Flash games (board games, role playing games and party games), inspired by existing games that are running on Web Social Media and Mobile. The supplier will have the mission to search and inventory web games.

- These games must be very popular with good graphic design.
- These games are running or could run on the Social Media sites or/and mobile.
- The supplier shall conduct a study involving 10 games.
- He’ll provide an analytical report that will detail the reasons of the success of the games. The internal reasons (scenario, graphic quality, earnings,) and the external reasons (marketing, communication).
- He will write a report outlining the strengths and weaknesses of each game, as well recommendations for improving each game.

Estimated workload: 5 days. The budget is now $350 to $750usd

If you are interested, follow these steps:
first, click on this banner and sign up to this site (free):

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Second, I need you to contact me.  Email me , or use any social network inbox message method is fine, or even just comment under this post so I can connect with you. Let me know you've signed up and I'll send you the job info.


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