Newcomers to our website sometimes have difficulties in tackling the general scheme of things at clickworker.com. One of the most common problems is starting with the hardest tasks instead of selecting a task that matches ones own abilities.
To simplify this settling-in period, avoid initial frustration and continue to improve the quality of our text creation orders we will categorize the text creation tasks into [EASY], “medium” or [COMPLEX!]. The given level will also be indicated in the name of the project.Read more
clickworker.com, the European market leader in the area of paid crowdsourcing is expanding its online job offers to Finnish Internet users who enjoy writing and editing.
The clickworker.com platform has been providing micro jobs in the areas of text creation, web research, translations, tagging and data categorisation for the last five years. Worldwide over 300.000 Internet users are registered on the platform. They are ready to handle any number of tasks according to their skills and preferences. An increased demand from Finnish e-commerce businesses for short product descriptions has prompted clickworker.com to offer text creation and editing jobs to Finnish Internet users.
You'd think everyone would enjoy outwitting the large banks and private debt collectors. The Rolling Jubilee project, an offshoot from the Occupy Wallstreet Movement and Strike Debt!, is trying to clear the debts of private households in the United States with the help of crowdfunding.Read more
All over the world children live in poverty and war, without access to education, medical care or a working health system. UNICEF has worked on improving the conditions of life of children for years. Since UNICEF is a non-profit organization and there is always a money shortage, they started the UNICEF Innovation Platform in August 2012 to further social changeRead more
When major television stations start their yearly fund-raising marathons many viewers feel that they would like to do something good for others. In the course of the evening, telephones, manned for the most part by prominent helpers, run hot and the amount of money donated often increases at a tearing pace.
However one last hurdle remains: where will the money that has been donated actually go and how much of it will reach the needy?
Over the last five years, this question has been answer by the betterplace.org platform. Anyone who supports a project on Germany’s largest fund-raising platform knows exactly where their help is going and whom it reaches.Read more