Narration for Web Video

Job #30562

Job Posting Details

Job # 30562 Narration for Web Video

Posted Date
Jan 19, 2011 @ 19:36
Respond By
Jan 26, 2011
Word Count
0
Budget
$100 - $250
Language
English (British)
Gender
Female
Age Range
Young Adult
Category
Internet

Job Description

This recording will go with an animation to help explain an idea. The video will have a bit of a sense of humor and will be directed towards web professional and investors.

Word Count: 319

Script:
John’s had a revolutionary idea.
He knows how it needs to work, who to sell it to, and how to market it so those people will buy it. But John has a job, kids, and only 24 hours in a day.
Frustrated, he decides that there’s not much he can do, so he abandons his super idea.
Gabriel’s 19 years old. He learned HTML at 11, Flash at 13, then Ajax, PHP, MySQL, Python, Ruby, and 17 other acronyms.
Gabriel’s young but he knows what he’s doing. Many consider him one of the best in the industry, and like many who work on the web, he wants a revolutionary idea that will help him change the world.
Like him, there are tens of other world class experts looking to work on truly inspiring projects: Developers, designers, pitchmen, and professionals of all sorts.
John and Gabriel need to meet each other.
In comes the Development Tank! Assembling the perfect wen team, we can turn any sound internet based idea, into a working, profitable business.
People like John can bring their ideas and the super team at the development tank will quickly evaluate it based on their decades of collective experience and see if they can turn it into a reality.
If the team decides to work on the project, John grants a piece of the idea to the tank and the team gets to work on turning it into a reality.
This way John can focus in selling, marketing, and generally making the business work, while the Tank team ensures that everything else functions perfectly.
Like John there are many who have their ideas but can’t turn them into a reality. With our expert team evaluating, developing and maintaining this essential part of the business, we can maintain an ample portfolio with an impressive league of professionals behind them, generating income, for the entrepreneurs, the Development Tank, and our investors.


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