OUTSOURCD WEB DESIGN JOBS !!!

Discussion in 'HTML' started by ndc6025058@gmail.com, Dec 20, 2005.

  1. Guest

    Hi there,

    We are a group of web-developers how are interested in outsources jobs
    from all around the world. We are interested in a package based work
    costing $100 and anything in excess of the amount is your profit. The
    hosting for the projects has to be provided by the customer or we can
    arrange that at extra service charge. So, the logic here is you give us
    the job and we do it for you at $100, we don't care what you charge
    your customer. So, anything in excess of $100 is your profit. Now here
    is the package
    -

    1] Maximum 15 pages.
    2] 1 Dyanamic Page in php. [Ex: Contact Us Page]
    3] Free Search Engine Submission.
    4] Duration of the project is 7 days.

    A site built on the above package may have a sitemap looking like this
    -

    - Home
    - Services
    - Career
    - About Us
    - Contact Us

    So, if you are interested feel free to mail us at -


    Hope to be in touch.

    Thanking,

    Faisal Ahmed.
    , Dec 20, 2005
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  2. Guest

    wrote:
    > Hi there,
    >
    > We are a group of web-developers how are interested in outsources jobs
    > from all around the world. We are interested in a package based work
    > costing $100 and anything in excess of the amount is your profit.


    I can't help thinking the stuff you do for that will be of dubious
    quality.

    --
    Hywel
    , Dec 20, 2005
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  3. oeb Guest

    wrote:
    > wrote:
    >
    >>Hi there,
    >>
    >>We are a group of web-developers how are interested in outsources jobs
    >>from all around the world. We are interested in a package based work
    >>costing $100 and anything in excess of the amount is your profit.

    >
    >
    > I can't help thinking the stuff you do for that will be of dubious
    > quality.
    >


    But every one knows you find the best webdesigners in usenet selling 15
    page websites for $100!

    Don't be such a sceptic!
    oeb, Dec 20, 2005
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  4. Jake Guest

    In message <>,
    writes
    >
    > wrote:
    >> Hi there,
    >>
    >> We are a group of web-developers how are interested in outsources jobs
    >> from all around the world. We are interested in a package based work
    >> costing $100 and anything in excess of the amount is your profit.

    >
    >I can't help thinking the stuff you do for that will be of dubious
    >quality.
    >


    Oh ye of little faith ..... what do you want from him? A url to his
    portfolio or something?

    Can't you just take his word for it?

    (Still, as a spammer^HHHHHHHHH somebody on another NG was offering work
    for about $2/hour, I'm not sure that it's really going to be that
    competitive ......)


    --
    Jake ( -- just a 'spam trap' mail address)
    Jake, Dec 20, 2005
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  5. Andy Dingley Guest

    On Tue, 20 Dec 2005 15:56:14 +0000, oeb
    <> wrote:

    >But every one knows you find the best webdesigners in usenet selling 15
    >page websites for $100!


    Only the ones posting from gmail accounts and with no portfolio.
    Andy Dingley, Dec 20, 2005
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  6. Guest

    hmm....
    it seems my little posting here has got a lot of responses :-D. Well
    here is a bit more info on me -

    http://www.faisalbd.com/
    http://www.kernel-tech.com/

    And yes they are developed by me using stock photo and they are not
    templates :-D. If you are still sceptic!, then what to say join the
    CIA, ha ha ha :)

    reply please.

    Faisal
    , Dec 21, 2005
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  7. Andy Dingley Guest

    On 21 Dec 2005 00:10:28 -0800, wrote:

    >And yes they are developed by me


    <p>&nbsp;</p>
    <p>&nbsp;</p>
    <p>&nbsp;</p>
    <p>&nbsp;</p>

    And you're _proud_ of that?
    Andy Dingley, Dec 21, 2005
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  8. Guest

    Don't take it other-wise but is there any probs in it? If I have some
    spaces there why can't I have it the easy way??
    , Dec 21, 2005
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  9. Greg N. Guest

    Andy Dingley wrote:

    > <p>&nbsp;</p>... And you're _proud_ of that?


    Don't be childish.

    For 100 bucks, all of these sites look like good value to me.

    --
    Gregor's Motorradreisen:
    http://hothaus.de/greg-tour/
    Greg N., Dec 21, 2005
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  10. Andy Dingley Guest

    On 21 Dec 2005 04:44:51 -0800, wrote:

    >Don't take it other-wise but is there any probs in it? If I have some
    >spaces there why can't I have it the easy way??


    There's nothing wrong with it _as_code_, but as a portfolio it's bad.

    I don't care if your portfolio site works or not - it's your site, not
    my problem if it doesn't. All I care about for your portfolio is what it
    tells me about your skills as a developer. Now what this code tells me
    is that you're someone who knocks out sloppy code by default. Maybe in
    this case it doesn't matter, but what happens if you do similar things
    to _my_ site ? When I could have a good site, or I could have your
    site, which am I likely to pick?

    You're advertising your services as being _cheap_, not as being _good_.
    Now that's a reasonable strategy - it works for McDonalds after all.
    However it's a funny way to sell things to other web developers.
    Andy Dingley, Dec 21, 2005
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  11. Guest

    What can I say andy the world is full of people loving McDonalds and as
    long as they do exist so do I :-D. Also if better to give a guy like me
    $100 then to a guy how just know <HTML> and knows nothing about design
    and concept.

    Again no offence or anything personal.

    - faisal
    , Dec 21, 2005
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  12. Ed Jay Guest

    wrote:

    >What can I say andy the world is full of people loving McDonalds and as
    >long as they do exist so do I :-D. Also if better to give a guy like me
    >$100 then to a guy how just know <HTML> and knows nothing about design
    >and concept.
    >
    >Again no offence or anything personal.
    >

    I appreciate and welcome what you are trying to do. But, after reading
    your posts and reviewing your example sites (not the code) I note several
    spelling errors and departures from typical English usage. What good does
    it do to save money in basic coding only to have to spend my extra time
    locating and resolving such errors?

    --
    Ed Jay (remove M to respond by email)
    Ed Jay, Dec 21, 2005
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  13. Jake Guest

    In message <>, Ed Jay
    <> writes
    > wrote:
    >
    >>What can I say andy the world is full of people loving McDonalds and as
    >>long as they do exist so do I :-D. Also if better to give a guy like me
    >>$100 then to a guy how just know <HTML> and knows nothing about design
    >>and concept.
    >>
    >>Again no offence or anything personal.
    >>

    >I appreciate and welcome what you are trying to do. But, after reading
    >your posts and reviewing your example sites (not the code) I note several
    >spelling errors and departures from typical English usage. What good does
    >it do to save money in basic coding only to have to spend my extra time
    >locating and resolving such errors?
    >


    As Ed points out, there are a number of spelling, grammar and usage
    errors on the pages that distracts from the overall (quite attractive)
    design.

    I.e.

    HOME PAGE
    ========

    vaued --> valued

    memeber --> member

    inlcludes --> includes

    Doccumentation --> Documentation

    reqire --> require


    and 'lead developer' should be 'lead developers'

    and '::-' should be just ':'

    and 'develop' should be 'developer'

    (also, I notice that links disappear when I put the mouse over them --
    not a good idea)

    CONTACT PAGE
    ==========

    Down at the bottom left-hand corner of the page I can see:
    span>.

    CLIENTS PAGE
    =========

    Down at the bottom left-hand corner of the page I can see:
    n>.


    I was wondering whether this was a general problem so I checked one of
    your portfolio sites, the Grand Prince Hotel -- with the following
    results:

    opening page
    ==========

    luxerious --> luxurious

    ornamentaly --> ornamentally

    equiped --> equipped

    mordern --> modern

    travelers --> travellers

    magnificant --> magnificent

    personalied --> personalised

    hermony --> harmony

    fulfill --> fulfil

    ........... and 'pleaseCONTACT US!' should be 'please CONTACT US!'

    ......... and "it's" should be "its"

    ......... 'five star hotel,' should be 'five star hotels;'

    ......... 'mouth watering' should be 'mouth-watering'

    ......... 'meet your all expectations' should be 'meet all your
    expectations'

    ........ 'on an affordable price.' should be 'at an affordable price.'


    To be taken seriously as a web site producer, you do need to take care
    that the text is up to the standards that your visitors -- and clients
    -- expect.

    I'd suggest that you put all your copy through an English-language
    spelling/grammar checking program (such as that with MS Word).

    Regards.



    --
    Jake ( -- just a 'spam trap' mail address)
    Jake, Dec 21, 2005
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  14. Guest

    wrote:
    > What can I say andy the world is full of people loving McDonalds and as
    > long as they do exist so do I :-D. Also if better to give a guy like me
    > $100 then to a guy how just know <HTML> and knows nothing about design
    > and concept.


    You've already admitted that you're using templates, so I'd read that
    to mean that you know nothing about design and concept, either. Nor do
    you know how to use usenet properly.

    AFAIAC, a bad web site is worse that no web site.

    --
    Hywel
    , Dec 22, 2005
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  15. Guest

    Hmm,

    this is interesting. the post is growing :-D. ok, now go and ask any
    commercial web-dev firm if they use or not. They will surely say yes
    but also not always template is used. This is the same case with me now
    it was really helpful to learn about the typo things and thnx to all of
    them who cared to do point it out. I will look after it. Now about the
    use of template if my clients want their job done fast and have no
    probs in using templates why should I care?

    take care.

    - faisal

    wrote:
    > wrote:
    > > What can I say andy the world is full of people loving McDonalds and as
    > > long as they do exist so do I :-D. Also if better to give a guy like me
    > > $100 then to a guy how just know <HTML> and knows nothing about design
    > > and concept.

    >
    > You've already admitted that you're using templates, so I'd read that
    > to mean that you know nothing about design and concept, either. Nor do
    > you know how to use usenet properly.
    >
    > AFAIAC, a bad web site is worse that no web site.
    >
    > --
    > Hywel
    , Dec 22, 2005
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