CPA Website

The Project in question will be a website designed to conform to CPA Network requirements. Content will be a strong concentration on college and university students and related topics and issues, i.e "Where to find scholarships"

"What do admissions counselors look for?" . These are two of several topics that need to be covered. The final goal is to leverage the initial website into a CPA model, thereby monetizing efforts. The candidate must be able to create a logical, flowing and most important relevant information in a concise manner in order to maintain interest.

The accepted candidate will be given 30-45 days to create the first draft of the website, including graphics, layout and structure. I will be emailing the candidate with the information that will be used in the articles, and providing feedback along the way. The candidate will also be required to incorporate adsense and other income generating avenues.

For every $500 USD monthly the site generates, the candidate will receive a 10-12.5% commission indefinitely. The long term expectancy is to create a network of CPA and monetized websites, with the designer receiving 15% after a total of $2000 USD monthly is received for 3 consecutive months. Additional tools and information will be shared once this project has found its creator.

Compétences : Conception graphique , HTML, PHP, Design de site internet

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Nº du projet : #1626701