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Old 01-26-2004, 01:32 AM
AFMichael AFMichael is offline
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[Hiring] Sales Representatives


Hello,

HostingScene.com is now looking for qualified, energetic sales representatives that are willing to assist us in bringing in new family members (aka clients). I have included some requirements that one must meet before I will consider interviewing them.

Requirements:
* MUST be outgoing.

* MUST have a great attitude.

* MUST have worked for a web hosting company before (but not currently).

* MUST be knowledgable in the following:
** cPanel and WHM
** RedHat Linux
** Web Hosting Industry

Received In Return:
* You will be provided with a hosting account once a sale is made. This is to help prevent against those that want a 'free' sales rep. hosting account and not show anything in return.
* After your fifth sale, you will be eligable to start receiving commission on each sale you make.

Please send in your application and resume to michael@hostingscene.com or to my PM box.

With Much Regards,
Michael Buchanan

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