Surveys are without a doubt the absolute favorite among clickworker jobs. It’s no wonder, as they can be completed quickly and without much effort from home or on the go. Simply answer a couple of questions or provide your opinion on subject X and the job is already done.
So that the customer can also be certain the survey was actually completed, a code is displayed to the clickworker after they finish answering the questions. That survey code is then pasted or simply typed into the provided field and then the job can be submitted.Read more
A few decades ago something that was pure science fiction and originally used in chess software at best, has now become reality in many fields: computer programs that emulate human thought patterns, make decisions, draw conclusions and learn.Read more
The term “clickworker” was famously coined in the year 2000 in a NASA crowd sourcing project. Back then the project concerned detecting and classifying craters on photographs of the surface of Mars. It was a project that, due to the enormous amount of data, could never been completed by NASA employees alone. However internet users were able to accomplish the task, and the term “clickworker” was also born as a byproduct.
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We wish you a wonderful Easter celebration! We don’t want you to get bored today on Easter Sunday, so we’ve prepared a little contest for you. Take part for your chance to win 50€. The prize money winner will be selected from among all participating clickworkers.
How it works:
Answer all four Easter questions, which will qualify you to take part in the prize money drawing. Send us your guesses to all questions in an email no later than 4/2/18 to firstname.lastname@example.org and include the subject “Easter Quiz 2018.”Read more