I'm looking to get two websites done that would require some basic design, some programming, and a little writing. The two websites are described below: 1. A website where people will be able to see lists of e-mail lists / newsletters that they can sign up for in exchange for some sort of a freebie from that list. These offers would be divided up by categories (based on what type of newsletter -- focusing on internet marketing related ones) and types of freebie giveaways (like free ebooks, templates, etc.). Not only will visitors be able to click on an offer and automatically be able to sign up for that specific mailing list, but owners of mailing lists could also submit a form to have their offer automatically included (if there was a way where an admin could approve it, that would be nice too, but not necessary if it was really hard). 2. A site where it would have a list of current web-events for the internet marketing field. These would be divided up by date, type (online conference, online chat, etc.) and it would feature that week's events automatically on the front page. Users could submit their own events and be able to enter a date and time for them. It would also be nice to have an extra chatroom built into the site that some people could use. If it was possible to have some other feature where an actual conference could be held (via skype or something), that would also be great. If this is something that you think you can do, please give me a quote for both (combined) and please describe what it is you'd do and how you envision it? This would be for the entire site -- from the design to the basic writing (as there really wouldn't be much writing at all) and programming (although I'm sure some scripts out there would help with this). Hope to hear from you soon. Take care, Brian
Two complete websites with unique designs, writing (minimal writing required -- mainly titles and descriptions of it), and some programming.
Two websites, so they should work with most hosts -- I have everything from shared hosting to a dedicated server, so we shouldn't have a problem there.