Recently, we launched the new project “Travel Data Research”. The Clickworker’s task was to research comparable prices for specific travel dates and for a given destination.

Every Clickworker participating in this project could win one of the following cash prizes if they completed at least one job on 5 consecutive days.

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Every clickworker has undoubtedly noticed the countdown clock in the black information bar that starts counting down at the start of (almost) every job. However, many of you might not know why there are these time limits and what role they play for the individual jobs.

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During the last weekend in October CommunityCamp will again be held in Berlin. This themed BarCamp will bring together community managers as well as others interested in this and related topics for an open exchange.

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Newly minted Clickworkers are asked right upon registration to enter information into their profile; information such as their language abilities and interests. Of course anyone can go back and fill this information in at a later time but it is important not to completely forget to do it and leave this information blank. Why not? Qualification tests and jobs are offered based upon the data found in the Clickworker’s profile.

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clickworker.com pays their Clickworkers always and only on the 7th of every month. Should the 7th fall on a weekend or legal holiday in Germany or the United States then payment will occur on the first workday after the 7th. There is a technical reason for this payment schedule, and that is because tasks can be rejected up to seven days after their completion. After this waiting period a completed task is automatically considered accepted and the Clickworker can have the agreed amount credited to their account in payment for their work.

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