Large Demand for Varied Content. 50+ Pieces Currently Needed
Contentgather here, a relatively new content mill. We recently secured a client who is in need of quite a bit of content on an ongoing basis. Through strict price negotations, most of the requests for this client will be at **$0.03 per word**. Short pieces: 300-500 words. The requirements are all very similar and very straightforward. It's mostly web articles and blog posts with a specific keyword tossed in a few times.
Subjects vary drastically and cover pretty much everything under the rainbow. We currently have 50+ of these requests available to claim on our site now, and more are coming. Our writers are chipping away at them, but we'd love to have some more writers in there so that we can fulfill these even faster.
The process to get started involves creating an account at Contentgather and submitting at least one piece of content to our Marketplace for us to review and provide a baseline rating for your account. Once you have that, and assuming it meets the requirements for the posted jobs, you'll be able to scan the list of jobs and choose whichever you like.
The $0.03 per word that is quoted above is just for the one client mentioned above. We have many other clients offering different price points, up to $0.10 per word. You can view our actual sales history [**here**](https://contentgather.com/sales).
Payment is made via PayPal and you can request payment whenever you like. $5 minimum for payout, and we do take 20% out of all payments to cover our costs.
Thanks for reading, and let us know if you have any questions. Whether a comment here, a DM, a message on our site, one in our sub (yes, we have a sub here at Reddit), Facebook, or Twitter...We're pretty easy to get a hold of. We look forward to working with you!
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Below is the official description of the job. Please PM me if you are interested and I will hand you off to the hiring manager as a personal referral. Thanks! - Chris
Blue Canopy is currently seeking a Full Time Application Security Assessor/Penetration Tester (Mid, or Sr.) to provide onsite/offsite support in Arlington, VA (Metro Accessible).
Conduct network and web-based application vulnerability assessments and penetration tests
Conduct Plan of Action and Milestones (POAM) “retests” and consult with client for vulnerability remediation support
Conduct physical security assessments
Develop subject matter expertise of focused capabilities in the topics of database security, wireless security, or application and development security
What You Need to Bring to the Table:
5+ years of IT experience to include 3+ years of experience in information security with specific application penetration testing experience
Bachelor’s degree in an IT related field or equivalent education or work experience.
Working knowledge of TCP/IP ports and protocols
In depth familiarity with Windows and UNIX operating systems
Familiarity with web proxy tools such as Burp, Paros, and Fiddler
Experience looking for security issues such as Cross Site Scripting, SQL Injection, Cookie Manipulation, Buffer Overflows, etc.
Familiarity with penetration testing tools and tool suites such as Burp Suite Pro, Kali Linux, Nmap, Metasploit, Nessus, tcpdump, Wireshark, Nikto, etc.
Excellent written and oral communication skills. Must be able to write Application Security Assessment reports, Standard Operating Procedure documents, etc.
Self-motivated and able to work in an independent manner
U.S. Citizen - must be able to obtain "Public Trust" level clearance. (SF-85 and SF-86 submission required)
Familiarity with Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP), National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publications, and Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual (OSSTMM)
Database administration, device configuration hardening and compliance verification experience a plus
Linux and MS Windows experience
OSCP, CISSP, GIAC, GWAPT, GPEN, CEH, or CCNA certification a plus
Familiarity with scripting in UNIX shell, PERL, or Python a plus
Advanced degree in an IT related field a plus
Working knowledge of firewalls, routing, switching, and other network security products
Knowledge of applied cryptographic protocols
Familiarity with XML, SOAP, and Ajax
Ability to conduct source code reviews
Import excel data into a SQL database and write some queries for me.
This project is to import 20k rows of excel data into a SQL database and run some queries for me.
I have a bunch of data that I'd like to analyze so need the data first uploaded into a database and then I'll need you to write some queries related to the data (i'll define what I am looking for). Assuming you're good with databases and SQL, this should take less than an hour. I'll pay $25 for this over PayPal. PM me for details.
I have two logos that my friend has paid for, and I want to surprise him with a shirt for him and his mom. He is a dj, pm me if you are interested. The finished product that I will be paying for is the work involved in getting me 2 fully designed t shirts.
Here are the logos:
I need a logo done for a startup that helps businesses create Facebook Messenger bots.
The name of the company is "feedbeaver", so I'm thinking something that includes a beaver and has some chat concept would work best, but you're the designer, you decide.
Send me your portfolio + fixed rate for the logo: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please only by email as I won't be reading PMs. Thanks!
$0.25 to $0.50 per word - need a writer with proven track record and focus on business related topics.
I am part of an editorial -- imagine Forbes, Harvard Business Review, The Atlantic -- that focus on writing high quality investigative articles. Our articles are tailored to corporate employees that wish to improve their careers.
We write 1,000 word articles that require a lot of research, interviews, investigation, etc. The articles need to include quotes, short case studies, etc. This is for http://youexec.com
Currently I have a need for about 2,000 to 5,000 words per month. I need an article in 5 days -- so if you reply, be ready to start!
- You can work remotely.
- You use Skype and are available to chat once a week.
- You can speak and write in English at a native level.
- You have business strategy experience, maybe a business degree.
- PM me with 2-3 samples of your work, include your best investigative work, not just blog articles.
- Let me know of your timezone, Skype username, and 2-3 dates/times (in your local time) that I can call you.
- Also include your email address if you're not on Reddit 24/7.