Announces Us$10,000 Logo Design Competition

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MEDIA RELEASE PR35729 Announces US$10,000 Logo Design Competition

New York, Aug. 17 /Medianet International-AsiaNet/ --

    GetAFreelancer, the world's top freelance jobs micro-outsourcing marketplace, today announced a global

design competition to develop the website's new logo. 

    Here's your chance to redesign the logo for the world's number one freelancing website, and win

US$10,000 cold hard cash in the process! We've almost hit our first million registered users, and we need an

exciting, vibrant image which will propel us to the next level!

    Amazing prices can be won including cash, Adobe Illustrator CS4, an Apple Ipod Touch 16GB or iTunes

Vouchers! The winner of the competition will also be awarded the coveted Master Logo Designer insignia! 

    Matt Barrie, Chief Executive of says "It's an exciting time at GetAFreelancer. We're

taking function and usability to the next level. For us to break into the top 20 websites worldwide, we need a

new image to blast us up the rankings. We're looking for fresh, exciting designers to take our logo to the next


    The competition continues until midnight on the 30th of September 2009 EDT. 

    For more information on the contest see:

    URL for

    About GetAFreelancer is a global marketplace for online and freelance jobs where businesses connect with

independent service providers and freelancers to outsource their work. Headquartered in Sydney, Australia,

the site currently has over 950,000 registered professionals and businesses from 234 countries and territories

worldwide. According to [1], we're currently around the 1100th most popular website in the world

and growing. We want an image that will help us break into the top 20! 

    For more information, contact: 

    Michael Ruhfus

    Operations Manager


    [1] Source: (29th July 2009)


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