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need bot created, up front compensation and back end %

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by I Will Meet You There, Jan 2, 2010.

  1. I Will Meet You There

    I Will Meet You There Junior Member

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    Need software that will do the following
    1. import current items on google trends and yahoo buzz. i actually already have software that will do this but it is not integrated
    2. import articles from top article sites based on keywords pertaining to the google trend keywords
    3. automatically create blogger and wordpress blogs based on the keywords
    4. import keyword pertinent products from clickbank account of the software user
    5a. post the articles and affiliate links to the blogs
    5b post adsense code alternatively
    6 collect the urls from the blogs
    7 post them on four specific bookmarking sites and
    8 ping all pages

    needs a security feature of some kind so that users can't just share the software with their friends freely
    i am looking to jv this not just a one time transaction.
    i will pay $200 up front and then 20% commission on all profits as long as the tech who takes this on will be available to make corrections to the software if needed
    note: i have a partner who will create a site that sells the software and get traffic to the site so it makes sales. she is such an SEO expert that she got a client onto Google page 1 for the word "meat"!
    so this is a real deal!
     
  2. muttled

    muttled Newbie

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    I could probably code that up for you, but I have absolutely no knowledge of DRM as far as copy protection goes, and I know that's a big part of this.
     
  3. I Will Meet You There

    I Will Meet You There Junior Member

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    forgive my ignorance, seems i should know... what is DRM?
     
  4. JonesersRX7

    JonesersRX7 Regular Member

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    Digital Rights Management... Encode in IonCube and have it call home to a server each time it runs to check license info. ;)
     
  5. I Will Meet You There

    I Will Meet You There Junior Member

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    not sure what DRM you are concerned about then?
    there is other software that i have that does import from google trends already.
    they got around that somehow
    and the others are very routine functions that a lot of software programs do, just not all in tandem
    so let me know if you would like to proceed.
    do you have any other software that you have coded that i can see online somehow without giving me free copies?
     
  6. kipwinger

    kipwinger Newbie

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    hes referring to the software he's offering to create... he basically doesn't know how to protect it from being pirated.
     
  7. crashed

    crashed Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Naw he means DRM to stop people from stealing the software.

    It depends what development languaged is used... just google "license management system" dev-language.
     
  8. I Will Meet You There

    I Will Meet You There Junior Member

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    oh! well cant it just be assigned a user id/password/ip address to each copy or something like this? what do people usually do? i am sure there are standard solutions for protecting the software
     
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    Just curious if your friend was able to SEO for a page 1 single keyword, why don't you JV with her to rape high traffic keywords? Its a lot easier to manage a handful of uber-traffic single keyword sites than 1000s of auto blogs IMHO.
     
  10. I Will Meet You There

    I Will Meet You There Junior Member

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    totally different animals
    anyway, thanks for yho
     
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    I Will Meet You There Junior Member

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    so who is out there on BHW that can get this project done?
     
  12. dabado

    dabado Newbie

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    PM'd you
     
  13. pyronaut

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    Do you want web based of desktop software?

    Ontop of that, I would be VERY surprised if someone was keen to take it for $200. Considering competitors sell for more per copy then your offering for complete coding rights.
     
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    To each his own I guess, let us know how it goes.
     
  15. dabado

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    I thought this too, but I still sent a PM. The $200 is nothing to me, but the long-term income could be nice. Really you have to decide whether you trust the person to pay you over the long-term.

    No offense to the OP, but they're newbie status (just like me), and I know what I'm capable of, so I decided to throw my name in the hat. If for no other reason to see if this person is legit. There's no promise that I'll take on the project, nor is there any that I would get the job, but...

    Nothing ventured, nothing gained.
     
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    Hit up a freelancer site if you cant find no one.You'll find someone in no time.
     
  17. origin

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    Easy
    NOT AS EASY AS IT LOOKS: DIFFICULT
    NOT AS EASY AS IT LOOKS: DIFFICULT
    DIFFICULT
    WITHOUT CLOACKING AFF LINK, Easy
    Easy
    NOT AS EASY AS IT LOOKS: DIFFICULT
    (What blogs?)
    Easy
    Easy

    PRICE: $200, it's too cheap is it?
     
  18. kipwinger

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    the price is ridiculously low, and the rev share is just silly... i'll go out on a whim and say there is no long term income potential on the product sales... if the product works well enough to attract attention it will get cracked. not to mention the resale success is completely up to you and not the coder.

    the automation task is definitely doable.. just extremely tedious. anyone willing to do this for $200 is most likely going to do a very amateur job.

    the only real potential here is the possibility that the autoblogs would turn a decent profit. even then.. several people here have proved that there is more value in quality than quantity.