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Featured Projects
C-Byte Offers Links to Projects Posted by Webmasters for Programmers to Deliver.

A project will be featured for a fee of $20, paid by the webmaster who opens it. The project will be listed on the main page, the programmers page, and will be more noticeable because of the following Featured Project graphic, which will appear beside the project anywhere it is seen by programmers: Featured Project!

What is the advantage for the webmaster?
Although it costs $20 to have a featured project, you will save 100% on the C-Byte commission. There will be no charge based on a bid like with regular projects. Programmers will not be charged a commission either, and they are normally charged $5 or 5% of the bid (whichever is greater). No commission means programmers will bid even lower on your project, resulting in lower costs for you in the long run! Also, on Featured Projects, we will allow more activity which is normally against the C-Byte Terms. Such as allowing programmers to bid an hourly service cost or anything else. So consider opening a featured project if you want programmers to bid in any unusual way.

Note: You must have $20 in your Projects@C-Byte account before opening a featured project. If you don't, login to the account management area and deposit some money.

What is the advantage for programmers?
Programmers will NOT be charged a commission when they are chosen for a featured project! There is absolutely no cost for taking part in one of these projects.

Commercial Capital Projects

What is a 'Commercial Capital Project'?
A commercial capital project is a lengthy investment used to build, add or improve on a project. It is any task that requires the use of significant capital, both financial and labor, to start and finish. Capital projects are defined by their large scale and large cost relative to other investments that involve less planning and resources.

What is a 'Manager'?
An capital project manager plans, coordinates & implements a specialized capital planning & project management program.

What is a 'Coordinator'?
A capital project coordinator plans, organizes, and controlls all aspects of a capital project function.

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