Every Clickworker has probably had a similar experience: you take the qualification tests and eagerly wait for the first jobs. But you sometimes miss jobs because you don't always have your start page open. However, there are ways of seeing the jobs more quickly and also more securely as soon as they are put online. Another common situation can arise when you work weekends or late at night, the support is not staffed, and you have a problem. Is there any way of getting some help? We have expanded our social media offers at clickworker.com. This means that questions and problems can be answered more quickly and that Clickworkers have quicker access to information. Find out what information we are providing on the respective platforms here.
Facebook: Facebook is by far the most popular and well-known platform. With the fan page and the community we have succeeded in spreading blogs and answering questions more quickly. The platform has also helped Clickworkers cooperate and give each other mutual support.
Our Forum”Clickworker-Lounge” might be young, but it's a real teen star! Numerous Clickworkers stop by the forum every day and provide each other and newcomers with support if they have problems or questions that need to be answered. There's a thread for nearly all questions and languages. And they are also actively involved in the forum games.
Twitter: Many people are not accustomed to Twitter yet. Yet it is the best way to post purely informative short messages. That’s how we use it too: for short, direct and quick information about new jobs. You will find information about German-language jobs at clickworker_de, and about other language jobs at clickworker_com. Another practical item is the use of so-called hashtags, relevant keywords that lead you directly to the information you desire. The jobs are therefore marked with the hashtag “#cwjobs” and additionally with “#cwjobs-language abbreviation” for every language, for example “#cwjobsEN” for English or “#cwjobsFI” for Finnish etc.
As you can see, whatever your preferences there is a suitable platform for everyone. And if you can't decide, we'll be glad to greet on all of them! Try it right now and follow the links to visit us!
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Dieser Artikel wurde am 08.February 2013 von angelina geschrieben.
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