I also recall a famous test John Chow did a few months back to see what was better email marketing or social marketing. Now of course he has a huge list along with a huge Twitter following so the test was to send a recommend for a specific offer that he hadn’t marketed anywhere else and with all the Twitter hype you would figure that would be the winner, yet still sending a recommend to his email list came out on top making the most sales.
This might be the first time you have ever heard that you can get paid to work at home as a proofreader. While you might not necessarily work for your local newspaper or the largest of publishing companies that print the works of authors like James Patterson, Stephen King, or J.K. Rowling, you can still be proofread books, articles, and documents that many eyes will still read.
When it comes to essay proofreading and editing, students may be divided into main three groups. The first one is the ‘it’s good enough’ students. They hand in papers without reading them carefully, not to mention any editing. The majority of students all over the world fall under this category. Recognize yourself? No? Maybe, you fall into the second group. These are the ‘never good enough’ students. They can also be called perfectionists. They write, and rewrite, and rewrite. As a result, they end up with distinctly better essays, but they are never satisfied. The third group enterprises the ‘creative’ ones.
Gigwalk is a crowd-sourced service that helps businesses with various types of tasks that help them learn how they’re doing. It’s an app that pays people to do these task for them. Anyone can apply to be a Gigwalker. You download the app, view a map full of tasks in the neighborhood immediately around you and get to work. Tasks can include things like:
I keep trying to do that 45 min free video on proofreading that you have a link to on here, but cannot get it to work. The count down to the next showing comes up, and I put my name and email in to register, but nothing happens. The counter counts down to zero, and then it starts over again. I am trying to do this on my cell phone because I dont have internet on my computer anymore, so I don’t know if that has anything to do with it or not.
If you’re looking for inspiration, my friend Michelle Schroeder-Gardner of the website Making Sense of Sense has become the expert on all things affiliate marketing. Michelle earns more than $100,000 per month from her blog and the bulk of her income comes from affiliate sales. Michelle has had so much success with affiliate marketing that she even has her own course called Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing.
Great read, always looking for extra ways to make some cash. I just wanted to share something I’ve been doing recently. I run an office and have noticed that unused toner was piling up in storage. Looked into returning but that was no good. Tried out the site http://www.tonerconnect.net/ and was impressed. They had quick service and that payout was nice.
Prolific.ac ($120): Based in the UK, this is one of my favorites because they pay in Great British Pound (GBP) which is the equivalent to 1.4x the USD. Prolific is similar to mturk in that all you do is fill out surveys. Pay is better than mturk, but the availability of surveys is not as great. The initial questionnaire you have to fill out is a bit long taking me about 20 minutes, but ensures you qualify for every survey they show you and will never get disqualified for not meeting the demographic. You have to hit £5 before you can cash out, but you get this after a few days of watching for surveys. Leave it open in a tab and check it throughout the day. I wish I could do this one all day because the pay rocks, but I only see a few a day. They pay out in PayPal anytime you request it and have a balance of over £5. www.prolific.ac
Almost all of the companies listed in this article are accepting applications. Most of them are always interested in hearing from qualified editors/proofreaders (judging by your experience, that sounds like you!). I frequently see editor positions posted on Indeed, too. Just search for Editor (in the “what” box) and Remote (in the “where” box). That will pull up all the remote editing positions currently available.
Upwork: This website offers a great marketplace for selling just about any professional service. You don't need a merchant account, website of your own or anything else for that matter. All you need to do is be able to provide a high-quality service at a reasonable price. But be informed, you will have to compete with many others that are constantly bidding on open jobs.
Tbh it depends on your sponser and if they know how to market. But you can make money from eps if u know to market and being consistent. I tired but it was not for me cuz there no value and because there a lot of hate promoting eps. Everybody think it a scam but it not. It been a year I quit eps, I found a program better and more value. Also have coaches to help members.
This is an interesting way of earning money as your opinion counts, literally! You get to give your opinion on music tracks and count your money twice a week, every Tuesday and Friday via Paypal. I've personally cashed out several times on Thursday and my funds were in my account the next day. A track is sent to you on a daily basis and you give feedback as to whether it is a hit or a miss. You also get to increase your earnings by referring friends to Slice the Pie, yes, the pie is too big for you to enjoy alone. Through their reviews, you get to earn bonuses. Click here to get started!
Polished Paper offers editing services around the clock, 365 days a year. Editors need to register, submit a resume, and pass an editor’s test to get started. Pay rates vary based on the turnaround time and number of words to be edited. You need to be familiar with several different styles (APA, MLE, Chicago, etc.) to be successful at Polished Paper.
Usertesting ($600): This site allows you to review new websites and apps. The pay is usually $10 per recorded test lasting 10-15 minutes. Sometimes the pay is more, but never less. I average a few tests a week. Some weeks I will get a dozen tests, other weeks nothing. This one is great to practice your feedback skills, which open up a lot of other doors. Pay is through PayPal, one week (to the minute) after the test is complete. www.usertesting.com
Yelling or swearing at the staff will not get you what you want. From what I've seen, it will only get you longer wait times, more copy and pasted responses, and potentially banned. Be polite, be friendly, try to keep your replies short (without leaving out important details), and say thank you. You're much more likely to get the help you want this way. Remember, the support staff is only there to help you. So, treat them well, and they will likely treat you better.