FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

ContactMr. Jim Vidmar, Phone: (858) 996-7744, E-mail: mycheapjobs@gmail.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

ContactMr. Jim Vidmar, Phone: (858) 996-7744, E-mail: mycheapjobs@gmail.com

Efficiency and Experience for Freelancers: Available Online!

Las Vegas, NV – May 30, 2011 – Freelance work can be tough to come by in a sluggish economy, even as businesses look to “outsource” and “crowdsource” to streamline advertising, marketing, and PR costs. For freelancers, the reality of the Internet age is that although there are a plethora of online avenues to find work, there is also a multitude of freelance professionals competing for the same projects at the same time. Time, money, and opportunity are all of the essence for writers, designers, and consultants. This is why many are turning to the website mycheapjobs.com for earnings and experience at an efficient pace.

Dr. Eric Grabowsky, who has a Ph.D. in Rhetoric from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA, does some communication consulting apart from his work as a full-time academician. According to Grabowsky, “Within less than 24 hours, I found a press release gig that will probably entail more than one release.” For professionals like Grabowsky, this is an ideal situation, as an ongoing revenue stream and a growing PR portfolio are better than a one-shot deal. However, with the variety of job categories on the website, proprietors and freelancers often find each other for that one project that achieves a deadline and enhances a resume. In Grabowsky’s view, “For relationships or resumes, this website is an effective means to earn some money and to gain additional experience.” The variety of job categories on the site include such areas as advertising, programming, social marketing, and writing. 

After a quick registration process, freelancers who use the site can post their proposed projects at the price of $5, $10, $15, or $20. These postings are publicly visible, and freelancers can promote their postings through such social networks as Twitter and Facebook. According to Grabowsky, “One other positive feature of the website is that people who are in need of project completion can post suggested gigs, so freelancers and consultants with experience or seeking experience in the needed areas can get their message up for viewing straight away.” Freelancers may also pay to have their proposed projects featured at the top of the viewing list. Payments through the site are made through PayPal. Grabowsky emphasized, “After this initial hit for press release work, mycheapjobs.com is definitely a place where I will be marketing what I can bring to the table for the businesses and non-profits who utilize the website.” 

Mycheapjobs.com provides a virtual exchange between those hiring and those looking to get hired. Questions may be directed to Jim Vidmar, the owner of the website, by E-mail at the following address: mycheapjobs@gmail.com. Please visit mycheapjobs.com today to generate opportunities, gain experience, and make money. ###