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sweetlancer
08-09-2012, 09:43 AM
If your a Freelancer or Employer in the USA check out our Project on http://Indiegogo.com/sweetlancer we need your support. Thanks

The effects of the recession are long-lasting and stories of people struggling to pay their bills and feed their families are far too common across the United States... but ours is not a story of despair - but a story of hope and rebuilding our great country one Sweet Lancer at a time.

In order for new small business owners to get amazing prices on logo design, advertising & marketing materials or website design they used to have to resort to bidding sites like Elance or Freelancer & give work to overseas companies that takes jobs away from web designers, developers and graphic artists who live right here in the United States. This only compounds the problem of putting Americans back to work and keeping our dollars here at home.

Sweet Lancer recognizes that new small business owners (as well as established small businesses) want to hire American workers but need an option where they can find quality American workers at a great price.

This is where we found indiegogo.com

Our goal here at indiegogo.com is to rally the users of this site to help us support the idea of local, quality, American-made freelance and design services. From logo and website design to business cards, brochures, flyers and banners. - we are helping freelancer & small businesses connect in the effort to put an American back to work for an American business.

The funding amount of $5,000 will be used to build, market & promote SweetLancer.com to small business & freelancers from coast to coast. We appreciate anything you can give to help our project reach it's goals.



Other Ways You Can Help

Like our Facebook Page http://facebook.com/sweetlancer

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http://www.indiegogo.com/sweetlancer
http://www.sweetlancer.com

Fundordie
08-09-2012, 01:41 PM
Fantastic idea. I've used Scriptlance in the past. Although the prices are cheaper you get what you pay for. I'm all for this project. Do you have any experience running similar sites?