Tedious job - but it needs doing - I'll pay 7 cents per entry
You will be directed to a fast loading UK website where you will need
to make one or two clicks to get to all details you need for one business...and then back to index page and on to the next one
Approximate size will be 5000 entries so that will be ROUGHLY
$350 for the 5000 entries. I'll pay 7cents for every business entry
I need somebody to get me contact details of a certain business type in UK. All entries are on the internet and thus in public domain
so I don't think we're breaching any legalities by extracting the data.
The format will be:-
It will be CRUCIAL that the correct details are in the correct spaces
AND that for the postcode the space is in the correct place
ie NE3 16RP is COMPLETELY different from NE31 6RP
Good use of Capital letters will be expected
and this will be explained further to whomever wins the project
Others have done this type of work before for me but I have lost their contact details.
Here's how I work
You supply first 30 lines to make sure I know you understand
what goes in what field and format is acceptable.
Once I acknowledge you are supplying the info correctly you can proceed...when you send me completed csv file I pay immediately
Perhaps it would be useful to send me snapshot of file every
1000 entries to make sure we're on right track
Please see my feedback so you know I'll pay promptly.
You should bid at $350 and if the project exceeds this I'll make a separate project in oirder to pay the remainder
If I am incorrect about amount of businesses on the site
I will still only pay 7cents per entry BUT...I think there are more
Featured and easy to do (though VERY boring) so i expect a good response - it may help your chances if you view further details and give me five entries in the format I require.
15 freelancers estão ofertando em média $343 para este trabalho
Canasta, I propose I send you 30 entries so that you see I can get this done perfectly. I am ready for kick off, and will do this in the next 2 weeks or so. Kindly, Jimmy.