MTurk is a website of Amazon web services and has been around since 2005. It is a crowdsourcing online marketplace with millions of users worldwide(more than 190 countries). There are 2 kinds of people at MTurk –
Payment methods– Amazon gift card or Amazon payment account and Direct deposit
Note– Indian members have the option to receive a direct deposit denominated in Indian Rupees into their bank accounts
Minimum Withdrawal amount– No Limit
Clickworker has been around since 2005 and more than 700000 active workers from 136 countries are working with them. This site is free to join for everyone around the world who is interested in writing, translation, research, collecting data, etc. As a clickworker you work independently, you set your own working hour and you get to choose the assignment you are interested
Withdrawal methods – PayPal (payments are processed every week from Wednesdays-Fridays)
Minimum Withdrawal Amount -$5
Crowdsource is a legit micro jobs
website. This site is especially good for writers, copy editors, and moderators. You will find here small tasks like image tagging, categorization, transcription, writing answers, writing product descriptions, etc which don’t take much time and skills. There are currently 269 qualification tests like Quality assurance Specialist, Junior copywriter, and Senior copywriter. You have to qualify for more and more tests to be eligible for more work. Crowdsource is working across 180 countries and its site
got a wonderful user interface. I love their payment system.
Payment method – Paypal
Minimum Withdrawal Amount – No Limit (do a task worth 1 cent and get your 1 cent transferred to your Paypal account )
Rapidworkers is a service of Unik Scripts, Inc. . Their website is pretty much similar to the Microworkers and has almost the same features and working interface although the site
is not so professional looking and lake some essential features. There are two kinds of people at Rapidworkers- Employers and Workers.
Payment methods – Paypal and Payza
Minimum Withdrawal Amount – $8 + fees
Microworkers is definitely my favorite micro-jobs platform as a large portion of my income
comes from it. Microworkers is a crowdsourcing website owned by Weblabcenter, Inc. and have more than 700000 workers worldwide. Employers can create a professional-looking campaign using the Microworkers template. The only and worst thing about Microworkers is their address verification procedure for the first withdrawal.
Payment methods -PayPal, Dwolla and Moneybookers(skrill), Bank Transfer via Transpay
Minimum Withdrawal Amount – $9 + fee
The website is not too old but is currently paying its workers. The interface is very similar to Microworkers and Rapidworkers. You make money by completing
tasks posted by employers. I don’t how it would do in the future but it has all the potential to become a good crowdsourcing platform. They take about 10 days to process a withdrawal request. It would be worth mentioning that you get $2 for just signing up which you can only use for posting your own tasks.
Payment Options –
PayPal | Amazon Gift Card | Payza | Skrill | Crypto Currency | Paysafecard.com and US Bank Cheque.Minimum Withdrawal Amount
JOIN Pico Workers
The Remotasks offer tasks entirely different in nature if we compare them with Microworkers, Mturk, and Pico workers. This is a new but reliable website that is growing faster and has some prestigious clients like UBER, Google Alphabet, Procter, Gusto, etc. Since they have clients from self-driving car companies, you will see a lot of tasks related to Image annotation, cuboids, image tagging, content moderation, etc. When it comes to payment, they are very professional and make payment on Tuesday every week.
Payment Options – PayPal
Minimum Withdrawal Amount – None (whatever you have earned during the week will be sent to your Paypal account on Tuesday every week)
Micro job sites
can be a great place for you to use your skills and can help you become more productive. Give a try these sites and let us know about your experience. You can also share information about other micro-jobs platforms you are using through comments. Thanks for visiting my blog.