MicroWorkers is an online employment portal that connects employers with workers from all around the world. Just as the name suggests, MicroWorkers focuses on outsourcing small tasks, called “micro-jobs”, that are simple and quick to complete.
Employers offer their micro-jobs on the website and registered workers complete them. There is no limit to the kinds of jobs that are available on MicroWorkers, but some common examples include: forum participation, website visits, writing reviews and downloading applications. Sounds like a typical Saturday morning for most of us!
Interested in giving it a go? Find out how fast and easy it is to get started with MicroWorkers below.
People from anywhere in the world can register for free on the company’s website. There is no kind of experience required, but you must be at least 18 years old in order to use the service.
Signing up with MicroWorkers only takes 5 minutes. Register online by filling out a short and simple form. The form asks for your name, e-mail address and country of residence. A verification e-mail will be sent to you right away.
Once you verify your e-mail address, you’re able to log on and start browsing all the available microjobs immediately. No need to wait for application approval; you’re good to go.
The best part is that you already have $1 in your account just for signing up. Can you believe it? Free money!
As a registered worker, you’re now able to browse through the hundreds of available micro-jobs. Each task will list a set of simple instructions, the time you have to complete it and the amount you’ll earn for finishing it.
All micro-jobs are different, but most are related to the Internet and social marketing. Some of the more popular micro-jobs ask workers to follow an account on Twitter, join a Facebook group, post on a forum or comment on a blog, blog about a certain product, or put a banner or link on a website.
When you find a job you’re interested in, click the “I accept this job” button. A form will appear where you’ll be asked to enter the required proof that you completed the job. This usually involves copy and pasting confirmation so that the employer knows the job was finished.
Once you complete a micro-job, the employer will be asked to approve or reject it. You won’t get paid for micro-jobs that aren’t approved. So make sure to only accept tasks that you know you’ll be able to finish in time.
All workers at MicroWorkers have a success rate that they need to maintain at 75%. This ensures that employers get quality results. Poorly performed tasks will give you a poor rating and pull your success rate down (yikes).
All microjobs pay different rates, depending on how quick it can be completed or how involved the job is. Most jobs range between $0.40 and $2. This may seem low to you, however you can often complete a number of jobs in a short period of time. That’s the name of the game, after all.
Once the employer reviews your task and approves it, the amount that was assigned for that job is automatically added to your account balance. You can always check your current balance, past earnings and account activity by accessing the MicroWorkers website.
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