This is a follow up of my previous post. If you haven’t read it yet, you can scroll down and read it. The next day after working some tasks (I have to reiterate this again: very easy tasks) from CloudCrowd, I constantly check on my PayPal account to see if it really pays. I kept on checking until nighttime only to be disappointed. I even send them a message to ask if they’ll pay the “crowd” even if their PayPal account is still unverified (I still don’t verify my PayPal account at the moment). I slept hoping that I’ll get paid on the third day (they promise to pay after 24 hours which is too good to be true for skeptics like me). I went to work forgetting about my hopes on CloudCrowd. During my break, I managed to check on my PayPal account, to my surprise, there’s a $29 on the account! What can I say? I’m happy of course. CloudCrowd is currently on its Beta form, there still a room for improvement yet they are beating their competition like Amazon Mturk. Try it yourself guys! Attached is a proof of my 4 hour work with CloudCrowd. For those who wants to join, click HERE.
Monday, October 12, 2009
Sunday, October 11, 2009
Love Amazon Mturk? You’ll love this even better. Or hate Mturk because of its payout limitations and low payment? This freelancing/ outsourcing program will surely blow your mind away. Why? Let’s just say that you’ll have fast result, chance to earn $20 to $50 a day, easy tasks (really easy tasks), average of $1.50 for a 5 minute task, and a PayPal withdrawal option. CloudCrowd is a Facebook application that allows you to work as long as you have a Facebook account. Just like Mturk, you’ll be paid by doing certain task like improving a badly written paragraph from foreign websites. You don’t have to wait long to withdraw your earnings, there is no minimum pay out and payment will be deposited to your PayPal account after 24 hours. Still not convinced? Click here.