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Opportunity to do Freelance Website Audit for a large US company but...

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by spudgun, Mar 16, 2012.

  1. spudgun

    spudgun Newbie

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    I may have thrown in a porky by telling the recruiter that I have relatively extensive experience in website audits for large companies. I have done website audits for smaller websites, and I figure that it's the same concept. I know what I'm doing, and I'll get my shit together if I get the job.

    If they ask me for some proof I might be a little screwed though. I said I had done a website audit for a large australian hunting apparel company (haha) and a very large email marketing company (south east asia region). Thing is I have done SEO for the apparel company (not a website audit though) and I did design a website for the email marketing. Just not the website audit part.

    Is there anywhere that I can show examples of work for a large company preferably in those sectors? No drama if not in that sector I can always blag that its under confidentiality agreement, but be great to show something....Any ideas! Cheers fullas.
     
  2. Mazos

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    Just go for it, if it doest work out you can always get another job.
     
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  3. spudgun

    spudgun Newbie

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    Cheers bro. Basically what I'm after is some 'go to' template which shows the awesome shit I can do for them. If that exist...
     
  4. brainstorm1

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    You could always just show them your smaller websites and tell them that the larger companies prefer to sign confidentiality agreements about their designers. Go into detail about how those big companies just follow procedures instead of considering each case differently.

    Might work if you can't find anymore help from us..
     
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