Today is Holy Thursday and we are launching this year’s Easter special. The blog will include new contests and exciting information about Easter customs from all over the world for you every day until Easter Monday.
Would you like to win your own Easter package or have you always wanted to know in which country large water hose battles are fought? Then be sure to check out the blog and find out what surprises you can look forward to!
In today’s blog article we wanted to give you the chance to learn a little about Hazel, who has been with us for quite some time and has already gathered experiences with various Clickworker tasks, one of which is the role of Support Clickworker.
Hazel, tell us a little about yourself and how you became a Clickworker:
I’m a 30-something mum living in England, UK, I live with my fiancé, my son, 2 cats and 1 dog. I’ve been working for myself for 11 years after not wanting to leave my son at home so young. Since he was diagnosed with a disability I decided to keep on working from home. I became a Clickworker 2 years ago after looking for some extra income after a contract ended.
Email support team member, UK Associate for job listings, Reputation Manager. I also volunteer as a Facebook group admin for the community and business pages and am a Clickworker forum moderator.
In last week’s article, we announced that you are going to get a glimpse into the life and the thoughts of other Clickworkers. Dely, who is a forum moderator and support Clickworker, has kindly agreed to give us an interview. Who knows, maybe you will even find similarities to your own experiences?
Dely, please tell us a little about yourself and how you became a Clickworker:
Whenever someone needs help on our platform, there are two immediate courses of action one can take – contact the clickworker support team or ask the community. For a very long time, the clickworker support team consisted of 3 members – Mandy, Daniel and Angelina – who took care of all the support questions. But as the Clickworker community grew, so did the number of incoming support requests. Meanwhile, we noticed how much know-how the community was already sharing among themselves within the social media networks. An idea sparked about a community that supports itself. Thus, instead of outsourcing our workload to other companies, we simply crowdsourced it to the best possible people: Clickworkers, who had in time acquired so much knowledge about clickworker and its processes, they had nearly as much insight into some projects as we have.
Surveys have become one of the most popular tasks for customers as well as Clickworkers. Many companies and institutions use our community to obtain opinions about products, services or ideas, or to gather data for scientific purposes. Surveys are generally available without any prior assessments, but there are also possible snares that you should be aware of and observe when processing a survey.