Typical Errors – Part I

April 22, 2010 clickworker blog 3 Comments
typical errors

There are common errors that manage to make it into our written work. We investigated a few of them and came up with a list for you.

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Successful Trade Show

April 16, 2010

Internet World, the B2B trade show, held April 13th & 14th in Munich was a successful show for us.

Our booth was very busy. Long lines indicated keen interest in clickworker.com

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Fewer rejected texts – not an art, but the result of proper preparation

April 14, 2010 clickworker blog 2 Comments

There is no secret recipe that’ll assure that your text would receive approval from every editor. On any number of occasions authors will ask what the exact reason for a rejection was, or why a text was rejected for just a minor mistake.

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It’s done!

April 13, 2010

We did it! Our goal was to have our new website design online for introduction at the Internet World trade show in Munich. Over the past few days we spent a lot of time to get rid of the last issues and clean up any bugs we could find. It seems we were successful.

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Plagiarism – The Ultimate Taboo

April 8, 2010

The output of our Clickworkers is just like newspaper articles, paintings, or musical composition: Nobody wants to pay for a valuable original just to receive a cheap imitation. Plagiarism in all its forms is a topic that just doesn’t seem to go away.

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A Face Lift for clickworker.com

April 8, 2010

We let on last week that alongside the name change to clickworker.com we will also change the appearance of clickworker.com. Our web design agency, V2A.NET, has completed the new corporate design.

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The Mystery of the Incredible Disappearing Tasks

March 31, 2010 clickworker blog 6 Comments

Lately, we have noticed several Facebook and MeinVZ posts on the topic of disappearing tasks, meaning a Clickworker does not receive a successive task assignment even though (s)he hasn’t worked through many herself. This is not the first time we have seen the question, and actually, we have known the root causes for a while:

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