Tuesday, September 24, 2013

How to earn money online with mturk.com and Elance.com


Perhaps a career is very large of a commitment at this point in your lifetime, where Indeed excels at finding job postings across the net and acting as a search crawler for employment. Elance is a site to locate freelance work of all sorts. I've used it for rapid writing, editing, copywriting, resume building, and other odd jobs and temp gigs. The experience has been wonderful.

offers a wide selection of technical, data entry, accounting, and other freelance and temp gigs. In the event you're only searching for something short and sweet, log in, input and showcase your marketable skills, and begin searching through their job database, using any parameters you desire. As soon as you submit a bid, you'll receive an approval or denial - you may get a number of rejections, but don't sweat it. Negotiate the terms of your own bid, and get to work. You've got money to make.


In case you've heard of crowdsourcing (and even if you haven't), Amazon's Mechanical Turk program is a wonderful spot to get involved. You then can look for different menial tasks including identifying improper web content to transcribing audio recordings to basic data entry work.

Just like at another job, the more work you do, and the better your quality, the more opportunities you'll have to earn money. The payouts are often small, and also your payment is received in Amazon credit, but Mturk is a fantastic place to make mindless money while veg'ing on the sofa watching TV.