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Home Based Social Media Evaluator Needed

Lionbridge is actively seeking home based social media evaluators to work online in the US. Pay is highly competitive for this position.  Evaluators work 7 days a week, part time flexible hours. Some training is provided. Job Requirements: Computer with a secured high-speed Internet connection iPhone or Android smartphone that is less than 3 years old Fluency in written and spoken English Active daily user of social media (Facebook, Instagram, etc.) Must be living in the United States for at least the past 6 months High level of cultural awareness and familiarity with US affairs including entertainment, shopping, business, media, sport, news and social media   Experience: Experience in using web browsers to navigate online content Ability to handle software issues such as installing applications and troubleshooting   How To Apply: If you are a US resident with skills and experience listed above, go to their home based Job Listing   The post Home Based Social Media Evaluator Needed appeared first on Melecia At Home | Resource For Work At Home Explorers.

Customer Service Jobs. Equipment Provided!

Oildex by Drillinginfo has an opening for Home Based relations roll  over customer service position. This is available all over the US. The company will provide qualified candidates equipment and training for this job.   Requirements: Proven customer service skills Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks and clients Ability to professionally interface with clients over the phone or through email Strong self-motivation, and the ability to work both independently or with a team Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills 2-5 years of call center or customer service experience Proficiency in all Microsoft Office applications   Duties: Answer incoming, rollover, owner relations calls regarding various issues, including: revenue, land, division orders, JIB, A/R, and A&P Assist owners with basic questions/inquiries at 1st level Escalate all 2nd level calls to tier 2 agents for disposition Log owner inquiries in a case tracking system   Apply: If you are interested in this job opportunities please visit the Work At Home Job Listing on the website.   The post Customer Service Jobs. Equipment Provided! appeared first on Melecia At Home | Resource For Work At Home Explorers.

Now Hiring Virtual Assistants

The Admin Center is now seeking Virtual Assistants to work from home in the US. This is a part time position that offers flexibility. They are also offering full time positions. Pay is $10 to $11 an hour. Hours are from 25 to 40 hours a week. You will need to hold a bachelors degree for this position. Requirements: 1 year of Administrative Assistant 2 years of Administrative Duties Must have a reliable internet connection and quiet work space You must provide a cover letter and resume for this position. How To Apply: To apply for this position please visit Job Listing On Indeed   The post Now Hiring Virtual Assistants appeared first on Melecia At Home | Resource For Work At Home Explorers.

No Experience Required: Transcriptionist Wanted!

GMR Transcription is a leading transcription company that hires transcribers to work from home.  They are hiring in the US only. This position do not require you to have experience but you will be required to pass their typing tests to get on board. (please do not ask me about how to pass the test). The test provided may be challenging for some on purpose to screen out applicants who may not be a good fit.   Pay Pay rate for this position is 0.70 to 1.25 per audio minute. You can decide on method of payment which is either direct deposit or by check. They pay every 2 weeks on Fridays. This is an independent contract position.   Transcribing Equipment USB Headsets: Platronics Audio 655 DSP Noise Cancelation Platronics Blackwire C610-M Plantronics Blackwire C620-M  Transcribing Software: GearPlayer Foot Pedal: Express Scribe Transcription Foot Pedal Bundle Infinity USB Digital Foot Control with Computer plug (IN-USB2) How To Apply To learn more about this job visit their Work At Home Careers Listings   The post No Experience Required: Transcriptionist Wanted! appeared first on Melecia At Home | Resource For Work At Home Explorers.

Full Time Position With Find Keep Love

Find Keep Love is currently hiring Home Based Sweepstakes Marketing Manager. This position is available in the US only. You will be required to work full time hours (40 hours per week). They also require a bachelors degree. You will work to provide partnerships between top brands while coordinating co branded sweepstakes opportunities. Requirements: 1-5 years of work experience Incredibly strong written and verbal skills Presentable and articulate on the phone Dependable with proficient attention to detail Comfortable within a fluid and fast paced environment Strong communication skills with the ability to juggle multiple projects at once Very strong organizational skills Basic knowledge of computer applications Ability to work as a team member, as well as independently This home-based role requires strong verbal and written abilities. This work at home position will require a trial run prior to being given long term. How To Apply: To apply for this position please visit Find Keep Love Website click on “Sweepstakes Partnership Manager” Not the right fit? Search my job listing for companies now hiring. Work At Home Equipment The post Full Time Position With Find Keep Love appeared first on Melecia At Home | Resource For Work At Home Explorers.

Work At Home: Mystery Shopper Needed!

  A well known company called Second To None is actively hiring mystery shoppers to work from home. This position is available for US and Canada Residents. It is a contract position. From the company: “Second To None mystery shoppers/secret shoppers work as Independent Contractors. Work is made available on an assignment-by-assignment basis. As an Independent Contractor, you have full choice in deciding to accept or decline assignments as they become available. Second To None offers shopping assignments across North America, and we welcome you to join our national independent contractor network.” They require that you are people person who enjoy talking. You must also possess excellent writing and verbal skills. You are required to provide your own equipment such as computer and high speed internet connections. You will also need a scanner and digital camera. Assignments include tax, meals and gratuity reimbursements. Apply For This Job Check out a list of other Mystery Shopping Jobs 12 Legit Mystery Shopping Jobs  

Innovators podcast @ Stanford

A fun interview at Stanford about some old things and new ones. https://soundcloud.com/innovatorsradio/s1e5-steve-blank-lean-startup Founders 2:15: Founders and dysfunctional families 3:55: Operating in chaos 7:18: Mentorship is a two-way street 11:50: Founders are artists 14:03: Failure=experience 17:27: Rules for raising a family if you’re a founder Startups 19:25: Startups are not smaller versions of large companies 22:03: How I-Corps and H4X were born 26:25: Your idea is not a company 31:19: Why the old way of building startups no longer works 32:53: Origin of the Lean Startup 34:24 Why the Lean Startup Changes Everything in the Harvard Business Review 35:28: How innovation happens Company/Government Innovation 41:37: Innovation is different in companies and gov’t agencies 42:35 The Innovation Pipeline 43:30  Deliverable products and services not activities 44:25  GE & Procter and Gamble and Lean 46:44: Startups disrupting things by breaking the law Government Innovation 51:12: Fighting continuous disruption with continuous innovation 52:08: How governments innovate 53:58: The U.S. government goes Lean 56:00: Customer Development versus Design Thinking 57:54: Innovation from the battlefield to the boardroom Powered by WPeMatico

10 Investor Approaches To Avoid When You Need Funding

Many new entrepreneurs are so excited by their latest idea that they can’t resist contacting every investor they know, assuming the investor will be equally excited and want to contribute immediately. Others will work hard on a business plan, and then mail it indiscriminately to every potential investor they can find on the Internet. Both of these approaches are a waste of your time and theirs. The best professional investors receive dozens of proposals a day, so they are conditioned to look for quantitative data, rather than passion, for credibility and potential. They also look for entrepreneurs they know from past experience and warm introductions, or for evidence that you have previously built a successful startup, and sold your last one for maybe $800 million. If you are not in that rare category of known and proven entrepreneurs, you should avoid the following list of my top ten turnoffs that I have personally experienced as an angel investor. These will put your proposal in the circular file, and even future good opportunities from you may go to the bottom of my list: “Give me a call to hear about an opportunity that can’t fail.” Teasing or spamming an investor is not the way to his pocketbook. Also suggesting that they check out your website or video and tell you what they think will not likely peak their curiosity. Every pitch should start with a concise statement of the problem and your innovative solution. “Attached is a copy of my full business plan for your review.” Too much detail at first contact is just as much of a turnoff as no information. The first page of the business plan better be an executive summary which gives the investor a taste of the financials, as well as opportunity, competition, and key executives. “I don’t have a business plan, but the technology is disruptive.” Investors are buying part of the business, not the product or service. They only want a quick overview of the product, not detailed features and patent secrets. If you haven’t yet finalized the business model, cost projections, and customer…

6 Mindset Elements Required For Disruptive Startups

One of the business ironies that many entrepreneurs have learned the hard way in the past is that ideas which are truly disruptive carry the highest risk of failure, take the longest to gain traction, and thus are the least likely to get external funding. So some entrepreneurs stick with incremental solutions, avoiding more transformational or adaptive solutions implying disruptive change. In the past, only a few entrepreneurs, like Steve Jobs and Bill Gates, maintained the passion, patience, and determination to accomplish disruptive change in the marketplace. Today with the growing number of disruptive technologies available, like cloud computing, wireless sensors, Big Data, and mobile devices, an incremental solutions mindset is no longer enough to win. John Sculley, in his classic book “Moonshot!: Game-Changing Strategies to Build Billion-Dollar Businesses” argues that every entrepreneur now needs to think and act like one of those elite entrepreneurs who could go the extra mile and cause disruptive change. He coins the term “adaptive innovator” for the required mindset to characterize the required focus. I strongly support the key principles he outlines as required to drive the mindset to make business leaders successful in this new world, both in established companies as well as startups. I have summarized or paraphrased the points here, to add my own focus and experience with new entrepreneurs and startups: Be forever curious and an optimist. Adaptive innovator entrepreneurs are inspired by what’s possible, but focus on what’s probable. Great entrepreneurs aren’t just dreamers, they are doers. They wake up each day re-energized and optimistic, curious about the world around them, but always committed to getting real things done. Unpack your best ideas. Unpacking an idea is about taking deep dives into it; twisting and turning it to see the concept in different ways. The deeper your dive into an idea, the more creative will be your insights. Ideas without context are just a commodity. Context comes from experience. Trying and failing is an experience building-block to get context. Learn more every day in layers. Let every new bit of learning spark your curiosity to build a new layer…

6 Growth Slowdowns That Can Quickly Lead To Disaster

Every entrepreneur thinks he can relax a bit after his business model is proven, funding is in place, and revenues are scaling as projected up that hockey-stick curve. Unfortunately, the market is changing so fast these days that any upward climb can level off quickly, as the core business growth begins to stall. This S-Curve, with no correction, can quickly lead to disaster. I’m not talking here about a small pivot. I’m talking about the kind of change that moved Apple from personal computers to music distribution to consumer electronics, and Amazon from books to e-Commerce to cloud computing services. On the other end of the spectrum are companies that fell behind the curve and may never recover, including MySpace for social networking, Yahoo with online ads, and Groupon with discounts for group purchasing. To sustain long-term growth, every company needs to build a repeatable process for innovation and finding new opportunities before their core business growth disappears. The reasons for this requirement, and some practical guidelines for how to prepare, are outlined in the classic book “The Curve Ahead: Discovering the Path to Unlimited Growth,” by Dave Power. Power has been guiding growth companies for 25 years, and now teaches innovation at the Harvard Extension School. He has helped many companies with this problem, and as an advisor to startups, I see the same common themes leading to growth slowdowns. These are appearing earlier and earlier in emerging companies, as well as in mid-sized and mature companies: Your original market becomes saturated. Initially, all companies sell to customers who are the easiest to reach and most excited about the new product. As a company begins to penetrate its market, it begins to work hard and harder, often in new geographies, to find more prospects. Marketing costs and time go up, and the growth curve flattens. Competitors see the same opportunity. New players jump in, and existing players broaden their offerings to cover the same territory. They steal a share of your market, slow down customer buying decisions, making it harder to close new business, and put the brakes quickly…

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