At present, there are nearly 80.000 qualified writers registered at clickworker.com who can create texts for our customers in 18 languages.
While many orders for text creation are successfully terminated every day, we often ask the question: ‘what individual personalities are actually behind the submitted texts’?
Spirit of the time/Zeitgeist: Today was tomorrow only yesterday…
Leave your literary footprints at clickworker.com and send us your best short story in either German or English by 24.11.13 at the latest with “Short Story” in the subject line to email@example.com!
While the Halloween Photo Competition is already in full swing at our Communities on Facebook and Google+ where all kinds of spooky figures are roaming around, we would now like to ring out the witching hour at clickworker.com.
What actually distinguishes a SEO text from other texts? The aim of SEO texts is to improve the search engine ranking of specific web pages and keywords. In order for the search engine optimization (SEO = Search Engine Optimization) to be successful, the texts must contain issue-specific keywords that must be unique and appealing to the readers.
Each text creation job on clickworker.com has a detailed Work Instruction attached, which summarises all the details relevant for a successful completion of the tasks. Before beginning a task, it is very important to read the instructions carefully. They provide the necessary information, but can also give some preliminary indications on the style of the text required.
How long should the created text be?
What is the target audience?
How should the reader be addressed?
Should the keywords be included/searched/tagged?
What is the required text content?
Is any special formatting required?
UHRS means “Universal Human Relevance System”. It’s a partner website that can be accessed over clickworker.com and where you can process additional jobs. It normally deals with categorization of internet data and web pages. However, there are some more particular tasks, such as comparison of voice recordings or checking texts for specific contents.