Weekly Work At Home Recap 12-09-2011

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Monday 12/05/2011

Business Media Company Seeks Developer

Linux Server Administrator


Feature Article Writer

Data Analyst – Excel

Math Content Developers

Senior Programmer with HL-7 Experience

Bilingual Editor with Solid Experience in Journalis

Tuesday 12/06/2011

Fidelity Project Analyst

Project Manager

Proposal/RFP Writer

Carnival Fashion Designer Wanted

Sales Person Wanted

Spanish/French/German/English Proofreading

Food Prep Writer

Senior Systems Administrator

Interviewer/Resume Writer

Content Editors

Wednesday 12/07/2011

Unix Administrator

Macintosh Developer

Learning and Development Project Manager

Fundraising Consultants Needed


Sustainable Agriculture Bloggers

Article Writers Needed

Lead Designer

Seo Coder

Thursday 12/08/2011


Windows System Administrator/Field Technician


Social Media/Adwords Specialist

Ghost Writer

Legal Research & Writing


Software Technical Writer – Technical Features

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2 thoughts on “Weekly Work At Home Recap 12-09-2011”

  1. April,
    I’m already accustomed to it because it’s similar to ICS. And honestly I don’t really care as long as they pay me and it’s not impossible to read and follow. From a user experience point of view I have found it to be one of the easiest survey sites out there. I’m literally done with a survey within 2 to 5 minutes. So I don’t really have any complaints about it. Sure all the best sites including Google use a white background, black text, and blue links. Why re-invent the wheel? That’s the color scheme that works and we’re all use too.

    But sometimes graphic designers aren’t really the experts on usability. They tend to be more creative and focus on what looks purtty. Of course I’m generalizing here and I know all graphic designers don’t think this way.

    Thanks for chiming in and your continued support. I appreciate it!

  2. So Eddy, I signed up w/ Paid View Point.   Have a question for you?   What do you think of the graphics of the web site?   Do you find it hard to read?   I do and I let them know and think that I have challenged them with my suggestion about changing their graphics.   It probably won’t happen but I did tell them that I’m an outspoken person who addresses issues that are important to me.
    Keep up the good work.   I look forward to your articles and tips that you are constantly giving.


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