Money may not grow on trees, but it does grow on … never mind.

Within a few days of the Twitter-owned Vine's launch, one company is looking to hire a few lucky people to create branded six-second videos on the regular. 

Video Socialist, which provides "social video for brands, powered by the crowd," features big-name companies like Coca-Cola, Microsoft, and American Express on its website, so maybe you'll get to create low-cost, highly viral vines for those firms. 

(Then again, the way Vine is going, maybe you'll get hired to make clips for porn companies instead.)

A Freelancer ad apparently posted by Video Socialist's CEO Paul McCarthy wants viners to create 100 "different pieces of content" per brand per day. According to the ad, "Each video must appear different, appear to be made from different users and be good quality!"

Video Socialist wants to pitch the idea of running branded vines to clients, so it wants a stockpile of videos to show off. 

A second ad posted by the same Freelancer user asks, "can you get the content OUT THERE TO THE SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS," without a question mark. It just gets more ridiculous from there.

YOU MUST KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING. YOU MUST LOOK AT THIS APP AND TELL ME WHAT IT AND YOU CAN DO.

YOU MUST BE ABLE TO POST AND VIRALIZE, YOU MUST BE 100% RELIABLE, YOU MUST COME BACK TO ME ON YOUR PMB AND TELL ME WHATS WHAT AND WHAT YOU CAN DO. Any I can do this job for you sir will simply be binned

Go away, look at the app and tell me whats good, what you can do and if you can deliver what I want, and more!! For instance, can you get the content/brand trending ??

And finally COST? per 50 or 100 tweet campaign. and examples of your work

YOUR TWITTER ACCOUNTS MUST HAVE MULTIPLE FOLLOWERS ETC AS WE WANT THE 6 SECOND VIDEOS TO BE WATCHED AND RETWEETED ETC...

GOOD BIZ HERE IF YOU ARE GOOD AND CAN DELIVER BIG TIME.

If you think you can "DELIVER BIG TIME," then maybe this is the gig for you. Otherwise, there are tens of thousands of other online jobs you can do for mere pennies.

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