HELP WANTED WITH THESE JOBS
We're hiring here at wrhammons.com! We're looking for independent contractors to help put together Web pages to expand
wrhammons.com, an up-and-coming website that currently receives over 900 visitors a day.
wrhammons.com pays $2 per page for very light HTML entry, payable every Tuesday anywhere in the world by check sent snail mail or by
electronic payment via PayPal. Copy and paste the
finished page into an email to the return email address and you'll get two bucks the following week. If you've done a good job, you'll get
another assignment, and so on...
This work comes with opportunities for advancement; look around the site, and, if you're a responsible, nit-picking, detail-oriented
self-starter who's ready to put the nose to the grindstone and earn some easy cash, see a detailed job description below and
email us today!
Here's how it works:
You email us with a courteous, professional, typo-free message that highlights your maturity,
good manners, professionalism, and any experience that you think might be relevant (copy and paste any resumes, etc.; mother always told us
to never open attachments from strangers). Experience is not required.
If you strike us as someone whom we'd enjoy working with, we'll email you with 1) a boilerplate of HTML code that you should save in at
least two separate locations and NEVER, EVER alter except as instructed; and 2) your first assignment of information to enter into a copy
of that HTML (yes, you'll be creating a Web page all by yourself; one day you'll look back on this site and know what Rosie the Riveter
felt like ;-)).
You'll most likely receive an email like this (which is the information that was entered into the HTML code below):
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Hunter S. Thompson
[note that the fiction/non-fiction designation means different description tags below]
=ffffff&f=ifr" style="width:120px;height:240px;" scrolling="no" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" frameborder="0"></iframe>
Janklow and Nesbit literary agency
- Plug the new information into the template code in the appropriate places, shift one keyword phrase around in the "keyword" meta tag
(e.g., move "buy books online," to the middle position, keeping the comma), "ctrl+s" to save, "ctrl+a" to
highlight the entire page, "ctrl+c" to copy the entire page, "ctrl+v" to paste the entire page into the body of an email, and email the
completed page with "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Hunter S. Thompson" in the title back to the email address which sent the instructions.
Easy, right? Yes, but this work requires the ability to follow directions as well as an obsession with detail (one wrong keystroke can throw
everything off). A good programmer will always save and click on the completed HTML page and hit "F5" to bring up the latest changes and
see if everything looks as it should. If you establish a consistent track record of flawless pages emailed back within a reasonable time
frame, you'll most likely find yourself receiving more work (and thus earning more money).
So, checked out this job description in detail (as well as
wrhammons.com) and still interested? Then email us today!
SAMPLE HTML PAGE WHICH NEEDS ADDITIONAL CODING:
CURIOUS TO SEE THE PAGE THAT THIS CODE CREATED? CLICK ON ANY PORTION OF THE CODE.