Becoming a search engine evaluator can be a great way to work from home while earning a good income. Here’s everything you need to know to land the job.
Ninety-three percent of online experiences begin with a search engine. (source) So chances are that you have done a few internet searches in your day. Probably even today!
Have you noticed how much Google and other search engines have improved over the years? Once we had to sort through pages of information to find what we were looking for. Now, Google can find you the answer to just about any question in no time flat.
That’s all thanks to the work of search engine evaluators.
It’s a necessary job, and one that you just might have the skills to try out yourself! But just what does it take to land a job as a search engine evaluator? Let’s talk.
Why is transcription work the best way to earn a steady income while you work from home? Find out where to get work, what the job takes, and how you can make the most cash.
Most Moms I know are always looking for ways to pad their budget a little more. They want a way to earn real money, not just little bits here and there. But they can’t commit to a regular schedule while they have young babies and children at home with them.
If you wish you could find a real job that let you work while the kids are napping or after their bedtime, you need to learn about transcription work. I did this job for a while, and I loved getting paid enough to cover our grocery bills. My sister makes a regular income from this line of work.
Whatever your ultimate goal is, if you’re a Mom looking for a flexible job, you need to learn about general transcription work.
Have you ever stopped to consider how many different ways you’ve made money over the years? Even if you got as little as $1, it counts as a money making scheme.
You probably have a wealth of ideas for making money at your fingertips and you didn’t even realize it!
Before we dig into today’s post, this is the final day of the 30 day money challenge I call Secure Your Savings and Find Peace in the New Year! If you didn’t keep up with the series, there’s no reason you can’t read this post on its own. But if you like the idea of having extra money, I suggest you check out this post for a whole list of money saving tips and ideas for bringing in extra cash.
On my first secret shop, I was so nervous. I was convinced that when I walked in the door, a giant blinking arrow would flash above my head. “Alert! Alert! Secret shopper approaching!”
Well, that didn’t happen. (Thankfully!) I managed to get through the secret shop without any major blunders, and I even got my money. The company also reimbursed me for the purchase I made, so I got a tube of caulk for free, too. (If I were a DIYer that might have been a bit more exciting.)
If you enjoy shopping and are pretty observant, you can do well with secret shops. Today, let’s talk about where to find this kind of work and what to expect from this “job”.
Starting a house cleaning business isn’t as intimidating as it sounds. If you’re a reliable hard worker, the money will find you!
You may have dreams about hiring a maid. Maybe you even put it on your Christmas list every year. (Guilty!) But have you ever considered getting work cleaning other people’s houses?
You don’t have to have a spotless home to start a house cleaning business. If you’ve got a strong work ethic and know how to clean well, you can turn this idea into a money maker.
Getting a college scholarship was amazing. They covered four years of my schooling, and I can’t put into words how grateful I was for that.
However, I wanted a degree in music education. That’s a five year degree. But I was determined I could fit it into 4 years instead. I didn’t want to pay more out of pocket than I had to.
And I nearly made it! I fit that five year degree into 4 1/2 years. But here’s the trouble with graduating in December with a music education degree…no one is hiring teachers in December.
As it turns out, there was a great solution. Not only did it pay, but it also helped me learn more about teaching kids before I got my first job.
I decided to become a substitute teacher.