When it comes to Amazon Mechanical Turk (mTurk), you can go it alone to make money or you can utilize the power of forums to work smarter instead of harder to make money on mechanical turk.
There are many advantages to staying connected with forums:
Most forums have recent hits with other mechanical turk workers letting you know how easy, fast, or even if the requester pays out. mTurk scripts! Scripts can be a godsend even if . . . → Read More: 4 Forums that make turking easier
The idea to write a post detailing the income that I make from home and/or freelancing has been kicking around in the back of my head for a few months now.
To be honest, my posts on my blogging income that I write over on Amablogger are usually some of my most read posts.
While this post while include any income that I made blogging, that will not be its primary focus.
Instead, it will showcase . . . → Read More: August 2016 Income Post
I haven’t paid for Hulu Plus for at least a year.
Yep, I get it absolutely free.
Well, actually, the only cost is about 10 – 15 minutes a day of my time and internet connection.
I earn credits which I cashout for a month’s worth of Hulu on Bing.com.
In just 15 minutes, I can complete the 15 PC searches, 10 Mobile searches, plus click on all of the Daily Offers.
So, approximately . . . → Read More: How I get Hulu Plus for FREE!!!
Don’t get me wrong. I love my local express delivery job with Amazon Flex. In fact, I only have one major complaint.
But I’ll start with the good: The MONEY!!
The Pay Amount:
I am proud to announce that yes, I do indeed make at least $18/hour plus tips. The customers actually have up to 48 hours to tip and they show up . . . → Read More: The good, the bad, and the ugly of Amazon Flex
After almost a year of searching, I finally found a job to replace the loss of my Leapforce contract. I am actually writing this post while patiently waiting for my pickup number to be called. So all you Amazon Prime members get on your Apple, Android, or Amazon device, download the Amazon Now app, and get to ordering!
Meanwhile, this post is more or less stream of consciousness being typed on my Amazon Kindle 7 while . . . → Read More: Amazon Flex will now easily pay you $18 – $25 to deliver packages
Now that I am no longer working for Leapforce, you will probably hear me mention mTurk quite a bit.
At least until this blogging business takes off enough for me to be self-supportive.
Ok, there’s really not a team…just me….hence the mTurk to pay a few bills.
What is Amazon Turk?
Amazon Mechanical Turk (mTurk) was the first crowd-sourcing . . . → Read More: Amazon mTurk: The Introduction
Swagbucks has long been one of my favorite ways to make money online.
They only thing that I disagree with is their advertisement the rewards are “free” when, in fact, you are exchanging your time (and your click) for points.
You then convert those points into cash (Paypal or Visa gift card), gift certificates, or actual physical rewards.
Rewards can range from clothes, toys, electronics, and more…
. . . → Read More: How to use Swagbucks to earn cash and rewards
I was paid by Superpoints so I think it apropos that I do a review.
Superpoints is micro-earner website that pays you in Superpoints that can be cashed in for cash, reward cards, and goods.
Superpoints is good if you are trying to earn a prize for yourself or for bloggers who want to sponsor a giveaway.
What’s good About Superpoints Superpoint pays (the most . . . → Read More: Superpoints Review
I only recommend companies that I know for a fact that actually pays because they have actually have paid me so I am heartily recommending PaidViewPoint.
Paidviewpoint is one of my favorite survey companies not because it pays a whole lot but because the surveys tend to be really short.
Plus, for everyone who joins Paidviewpoint using my referral link, I can earn up to . . . → Read More: Paidviewpoint really pays
I no longer work for Leapforce.
I knew it was coming.
I was actually in a sink or swim mode.
And, unfortunately, I sank.
So, when I received the email that Leapforce would be not be renewing my contract, I was disappointed but not surprised.
And, frankly, I was a bit relieved.
Because of the steady paycheck, I . . . → Read More: I no longer work for Leapforce