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Research on gyms, hairdressers, nail salons!

Posted by Katie R.

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Monday, 20th May 2013
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Using online resources (Google, Sensis etc), I need someone to produce an Excel spreadsheet with business names, addresses, emails, phone numbers and websites of private (non-council) gyms, hairdressers, nail/beauty salons and jewellery stores in Frankston, Mornington, Cranbourne and Dandenong. Accuracy and common sense is key here. Please don't apply if Excel is a mystery to you!
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Hi Katie. Sorry I should have mentioned that including surrounding suburbs without a defined geographical perimeter would mean potentially more than double the overall workload if it includes manually verifying the website addresses for hundreds of businesses overlapping Berwick, Springvale etc. This is the slow part. I'll bid for your original task instead (and if you want I can provide surrounding suburbs but without looking for a website address). Maybe ask again here if someone else can?
Katie R.poster
Thanks everyone. Michael, bid please?
OK. It wouldn't be much harder for me to get the in between suburbs using Yellow Pages/Sensis. The only extra work is looking for websites that aren't listed in the Yellow Pages. I wrote a program to extract data from the Yellow Pages so I could retrieve the whole of Melbourne if you needed it (as long as I'm not banned from the website). Here's an example with some gyms around Frankston: http:// /view/?
I won't be able to start until night though.
I am a data nerd, this list is not a problem at all. Available to start now.
Katie R.poster
Michael Z., initially I was going to concentrate on the main towns, but if you want to bid on the job with the inclusion of the suburbs in between, that would be fine.
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