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Web App Reviewers Wanted (Carson City, MI)

Company Name:
gigmarketer.com
Hello,
We are searching for five to 7 motivated writers in multiple fields to create web application critiques. This position requires highly motivated people who will work inside tight deadlines and under their own supervision. We require someone to create critiques on web applications.
We require someone to review our customers and partners websites, and ensure their procedure functions smoothly for his or her potential users and customers. We may require you to look for bugs and/or errors that happen along the way of customers dealing with their websites, and create a review about it. No training is necessary although the better a writer you are, the better you will probably earn.
To become accepted, we require one to create an exam review according to whatever you discover. Following effectively submitting your information there, you may be prompted to submit your resume or CV to us.
Since we don't like to be spammed with fake resumes or spyware on here, we require that you submit your application as a customer service review, and then upload your resume.
Your pay will likely be generous, based on your experience and writing ability, so we can provide as much work as possible deal with. So go to the link below and show us you're a good web application reviewer and good at following instructions by doing 2 things:
1 Test our client/partner/customer sites and analyze for errors or problems and NOTE in clear detail IF ANY!
2 Report the situation (if any) you seen in step one above, AND prepare to upload your resume later.
Visit this connection to start: --->>> http: //webappreviews.gigmarketer.com/bpbo/
Thanks,
Stan D. Maynard
Human Resources Administration

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