I wish to hire a few people to write some text based FAQ for DemoDemo.com product. I'm looking for individuals with proven proficiency
in writing FAQ. You will need to demonstrate a very good command of the English language. You will also need to have a good understanding of the control panel or application for which you are writing the tutorials.
I would like to cover the following:
- cPanel (13 themes)
- WebHostManager (2 themes)
- Plesk6.5 For Windows
- EnsimPro (all 4 levels)
- H-Sphere (reseller and end user)
- DirectAdmin (end user)
- Helm (reseller and end user)
- Flash MX
- Dreamweaver MX
- ModernBill (end user)
- Email Programs (6 major programs)
- Making DNS Changes
- Creating Private Nameservers
Basically, the text based FAQ needs to match up with the content covered in the corresponding Flash tutorials on the DemoDemo
site. You will need to provide text based instructions along with screen captures for every step. There are many economical ($30 range) screen capture products which will make your job much easier. Used properly, you will not need to spend any time cropping any full screen captures, as you will be able to specify the type
of capture you're looking for (window, area, button, etc). If you're familiar with this type of product, you know what I'm talikng about.
You need to possess an intuitive feel
of how to structure a tutorial. A newbie should be able to follow along effortlessly and understand the process in one pass.
I am also looking for accuracy and attention to detail. I do not
want to have to filter through the hundreds of tutorials looking for improper spelling or inaccuracies.
If you are interested, here is how you apply. Go to www.demodemo.com
. Pick one single tutorial
and produce a text based set of instructions for it (matching the steps outlined in the Flash demo). This should include screen captures at the appropriate times.
I will be paying $4.00 per tutorial. So for example, DNS series of 14 tutorials will pay $56.00. Obviously, every series will be priced differently based on the per-tutorial price.
Send your submission to email@example.com
Private messages, while accepted, are not preferred.