Tuesday, September 24, 2013

how to make money with Elance and Mturk

how to make money with Elance and Mturk
Where Indeed excels at finding job postings over the internet and acting as a search crawler for employment, perhaps a career is extremely big of the commitment at this time in your whole life. Elance is a website to locate freelance work of all types. I've used it for quick writing, editing, copywriting, resume building, and other odd jobs and temp gigs. The experience is great.

offers a wide selection of technical, data entry, accounting, and other freelance and temp gigs. If you're only searching for something short and sweet, log in, input and showcase your marketable skills, and start searching through their job database, using any parameters you desire. When you submit a bid, you'll receive an acceptance or refusal - you may get a few rejections, but don't sweat it. Negotiate the conditions of your own bid, and get to work. You have money to make.


Should you've heard of crowdsourcing (and even if you haven't), Amazon's Mechanical Turk program is a wonderful place to become involved. You then are able to seek out different menial tasks ranging from identifying inappropriate internet content to transcribing audio recordings to fundamental data entry work.

Just like at any job, the more work you do, and the better your quality, the more chances you'll need to earn money. The payouts are generally small, as well as your payment is received in Amazon credit, but Mturk is a great spot to make mindless money while veg'ing on the sofa watching TV.