Brothers Muneeb and Nabeel Mushtaq have Released a Groundbreaking Task Platform for Canadian Residents
TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - May 3, 2012) - Muneeb and Nabeel Mushtaq debuted their innovative platform AskForTask.com on April 25, an amazing idea and the first website to offer the service in Canada. This million-dollar idea promises to be "the next big thing" and signals the demise of classified ad websites.
The brothers, ages 21 and 18, are no strangers to success. Muneeb is a graduate of the University of Toronto, and co-founder and CEO of a marketing website. Nabeel is a successful entrepreneur at just 18 years old, COO at an online marketing firm and a student of computer engineering who has already built and sold websites for a fortune.
The AskForTask.com program has substantial backing from investors, and the website have received over 4,000 signups since its launch, as well as 5,000 likes on the AskForTask.com Facebook page, 12,000 Twitter followers and 200,000+ views on YouTube, all within five days - this viral concept is already spreading online. Additionally, AskForTask.com added to its launch by sponsoring the University of Toronto's Lip Dub launch party. The lip dub is a music video filmed with students lip-syncing and the original audio is dubbed over in post-production. Many have gone viral on video sharing sites like YouTube, which ties into the social aspect that AskForTask.com is built upon.
AskForTask.com, the brainchild of Nabeel and Muneeb Mushtaq, promises to bring down prices for completing projects and tasks, while simultaneously increasing the opportunities for work for Canadian residents. It offers help for the Canadian economy, and is an excellent solution for college and university students, as well as anyone searching for a way to earn extra money.
The platform is simple to use. A person with a task that needs to be completed simply signs up at the AskForTask.com website, lists a description of the task they need completed, selects a completion date and the amount they're willing to pay for the job. "Taskers" in the area (those with the expertise to complete the task) are notified and then bid on the job. Perhaps the most innovative feature of this new service is that anything can be listed, from furniture assembly to carpentry, cooking and cleaning to sewing and housekeeping, and everything in between.
Once the job has been completed, the Asker (the person posting the task) leaves feedback for the Tasker, rates their services and AskForTask.com releases the amount agreed upon to the Tasker.
It's a simple yet profound concept that offers substantial benefit to both sides - the Asker gains the benefit of having a task completed without having to spend their valuable time doing it, and the Tasker receives payment and builds a reputation for his or her services - it's as simple as that. As such, the brothers have pioneered a unique platform for Canadians of all means while creating a powerful online social platform with immense promise both now and in the future.
AskForTask.com promises to put an end to classified websites, giving everyday Canadians the means to get their daily errands done and finally cross off tasks from their to-do list.
To find out more about this innovative program, to post a task for completion or sign up as a Tasker, visit http://www.AskForTask.com.
About AskForTask.com: Brothers Muneeb and Nabeel Mushtaq created AskForTask.com to help create new opportunities for work while simultaneously making it more affordable to have projects completed. Muneeb is a graduate of the University of Toronto, while Nabeel is an experienced entrepreneur. Both brothers have had significant success in the entrepreneurial world previously, and AskForTask.com promises to be a huge success for them as well.