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How can I get genuine international online jobs?
Are there online jobs that are available worldwide? Most of the time you sign up for most jobs only to be told they are not available in your area. Can you list some of the sites where these jobs are available?
September 3, 2017, 5:57 am
There are many ways you can earn money online and those sites already listed above by other members are just some of them. When I started my online work, I tried to fit into Freelancing, but I learn the hard way that works there are really competitive and one needs to understand the robes of bidding for jobs in order to make it over there. Honestly, I tried all I could, but it didn't work out and I can appreciate if anyone can help me on the site again.
Other sites that you can earn money online by working include Fiverr, Upwork, iwriter, and the rest that I might not have the time to start listing. However, before you think of earning from any of these sites I listed, you need to learn skills that can help you earn higher by doing specific works for clients on the site for if not, you will end up earning a little amount of money that won't be sufficient to feed you in a month. So, first, try and get some skills before venturing fully into an online business.
September 3, 2017, 5:36 pm
You're right. What I found really difficult with these sites is that to start you have to give your services almost for free, and on some of the sites you mentioned, they do not do a good enough job of removing scam employers, meaning they could just grab the content you made for them and not pay you even the small amount you are asking. I think some of the better sites have a better security check in place to prevent these types of events from happening, but for someone new, it really is very discouraging to only ask for so little and even have that stolen away from you.
September 12, 2017, 3:02 am
Anytime you want to join a site,
try to read reviews on the sites.You will definitely know about the site from the reviews.They are jobs or sites that accept international users, it depends on what task you need to do.But for paid to post or comments sites you could check up the following:
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September 3, 2017, 8:17 am
Thanks for this info. I am also finding online jobs recently to have extra income because I am only at home.
September 3, 2017, 8:24 am
Are those legit sites? Do they pay in paypal or bitcoin? Thank you
September 3, 2017, 8:43 am
Yes, all of those are 100% legit. If you look it up you can see several payment proofs from different users that should prove it. They each offer different payment systems but the majority of them do payout in PayPal. Not sure if any support BitCoin, sorry. I suggest that you look each one up and see which fits your taste and has what you're looking for. I wish you the best of luck
September 3, 2017, 1:25 pm
Thank you for sharing! I am new here in this kind of industry and I am really looking for legit ways to earn money. It really frustrating if you are unemployed that's why I am doing this. Haha!
September 4, 2017, 4:12 am
I've signed up Forum wheel days ago, 10 post done but up to now they are nit sending me the result. Does it really take days before they decide for approval? It's been 3days now.
But anyways, thanks sharing the other sites, I'll try it later.
September 5, 2017, 5:47 am
Me too, I've signed up in Forum wheel and did what they want, but still they not sending me the result in my email. Did you encounter this also? Thanks
September 5, 2017, 8:57 am
Try postloop. I use that site and got mine reviewed. You need a higher rating to post in other forums though. So before posting. Better check your post.
September 5, 2017, 11:48 pm
Yes, I do recommend Postloop as well. I already withdraw my first $5 (for every 100 post pts) and about to withdraw another $5 again. I'll try those other sites to earn extra income as well.
September 18, 2017, 2:09 am
Thanks, I have tried some of them and they are quite interesting.
September 5, 2017, 5:32 pm
I'll try those sites after I can have my payout in my first online job. Thank you for these lists!
September 3, 2017, 9:19 am
Thank you, I will start to look into them and find which one is the most suitable one to work on.
September 3, 2017, 11:46 am
Be sure to update us and tell us all your experiences and which ones(s) you have chosen. These days it's hard to trust people when it comes to sharing experiences because some won't tell the whole story and won't even try to be honest. They would also encourage other people to try for themselves and I guess that's fine. I hope it will work out for you too!
September 4, 2017, 6:40 am
thank you so much for the information.
September 3, 2017, 11:04 pm
Thank you for these list mate. I'll try to look it up. Been looking this for a while now but with no avail. Thanks.
September 5, 2017, 2:50 am
Hi Augusta. It is a thing of gratitude for posts like yours that many people certainly may give (as I do) for not only the informational posts, yet for the firm understanding that the reviews of a site are extremely valuable and helpful, in more ways than one. Internationally, the tasks of a sight could greatly vary, in which great reviews and verifying a site's being legitimate could indeed be a nice thing that can go a very long way with the visitors and potential future members of that site. Nice posting indeed. The info for you that I will share is that yes, Postloop.com is indeed a credible and nice site out of the five that you've mentioned here; ye can check it out, if you haven't already done so. (smiles)
September 7, 2017, 7:29 pm
Thanks for this list augusta. I really appreciate that you shared this legit sites to earn money online. I hope you have more blessings to come in your life. Thanks again and God bless.
September 10, 2017, 8:57 pm
the forum wheel
its still hard to get an approval alert
been almost 8hra no alert or message for my approval tp post on their forum.
September 12, 2017, 3:45 pm
That's a very good list. I am on some of those sites and I have been paid on several occasions. I love to participate on forums. I enjoy reading others comments as well share my own opinion. That's a great way to learn. Other good ways to earn online are through online selling, monetizing your YouTube channel, affiliate marketing and so on.
October 3, 2017, 10:33 am
Well since you suggested this sites, I thought that you already make a study about this and to let others know that this sites are all paying sites. So I wanted to know that is this the sites that can pay you really money? Well postloop I know yes because I already get money from this sites 4 times already but Im curious about the other site, are they really paying sites?
November 13, 2017, 2:37 am
Thanks for the list of suggestions, I've checked some of those sites and yes you can get paid for posting or comment. Not like a lot and it also requires a lot of time investment online. Something that would be really helpful, is some suggestion of sites that recruit people for working online, like part of the team. Specially for people that are overseas and can offer their support by working online. If anyone can help, it will be awesome and appreciated.
September 3, 2017, 8:41 am
Try and find Pay-to sites although some of them pay really low.
I suggest you check investments sites or affiliate marketing as it is really good.
September 3, 2017, 8:57 am
Oh and i forgot my favourite one is neobux but you need to invest a lot to earn a lot or you can start slow and build your way up.
I started with 100$ and after 4 months i earn more than 300$ a month.
September 3, 2017, 8:59 am
I want to try this neobux, but how it will work?
September 3, 2017, 11:38 am
It's a PTC site, so it's quite likely not worth your time. $300 a month "on the side" might sound like a good deal, but essentially nobody is able to reach that kind of income without spending hours after hours each and every day doing that stuff, so you're much better off just getting a real job, because in only few days you'll earn more than in a month doing PTC.
September 4, 2017, 10:41 am
Well the legit site that I have gone so far and I had already cash-out recently is the Postloop, it is site where you will just post to forum and you will earn points to redeem some money. But first, you need to pass their screening by posting 10 post in the Postloop portal and they will review it if you are qualified to be one of the content writer they have. They will also rate what you have submitted so you better do your best in commenting on Postloop and make sure they are in quality and free from grammar error as much as possible. In the site 1 point is equivalent to $0.05 and you need a minimum of 100 points or $5 to redeem money to send to your PayPal. Thanks and God bless everyone.
September 3, 2017, 9:02 am
You may want to try to search via YouTube. for me that's what i did this is also for me to determine if the websites are legit and really paying.
September 3, 2017, 9:05 am
for me as a advice if you want a legit online job and no scam before you register to a particular website for job try to search for its review and some comments of the people if its positive and negative also real online job doesn't need a payment to withdraw your funds so be careful and be vigilant always.
September 3, 2017, 9:55 am
That is a really good advice right here. I wish I did this when I looked for online jobs the very first time - you have to be very careful who you trust because there are quite some fake companies on the internet.
My friend once worked for a site and then overnight they closed down and refused to pay their members. It was a few years back but still. It shows how unpredictable it can be.
September 6, 2017, 6:29 pm
I agree with you tophew. I also try to research first for good and bad reviews in the internet for me not to fall for any scam and modus to earn money. If the site is already asking for money for registration it is surely a scam and you will not get your money back.
September 10, 2017, 9:07 pm
I agree since I experience joining websites that has promised that you will earn money but they won't even give you a penny. Before joining any websites you should first research on the website look if they really give the money of a certain person's hard work. Be careful there are lots of websites that deceives people. hope you can find a job online.
September 15, 2017, 9:38 am
If your'e looking for a real international online jobs then you must try to be a freelancer. This won't pay you for just clicking or posting things, because this are real jobs that are offered by real people that needs some help or specialties from other people. And if your'e asking for the income, I can say that they pay good amount of cash for the things or work that you will do for them. Try Freelancer or Upwork if you ever want to try being a freelancer, because this sites have a good amount of jobs offered everyday for their workers. But if this is not what your'e looking then you can just try the sites that pays for posting things or doing catpchas.
September 3, 2017, 10:30 am
Your question is so vague. I mean, sure you are looking for an online job but what can you really do? What are your set of skills? What can you offer to the online companies which would make them hire you? If you are trying to make a living out of it, don't rely on paid to post forums. Let's be honest here. Earning 5 - 10$ a day isn't gonna help you pay your rent. It would be better to find a local job that pays 5$/hr and then you can also do the paid to post jobs as a part time for extra cash on the side.
September 3, 2017, 10:36 am
You must be keen and wise choosing what online job you will pursue. Or else you will waste effort, time and money. You can search it via you tube or google.
September 3, 2017, 11:34 am
I'm currently a transcriptionist at GoTranscript.com. All you need to do is to transcribe the audio/video files into text format. I must say that it's a good company and that's where I earn my money weekly. If you want to apply, just go to https://gotranscript.com/transcription-jobs. There are two test, #1 is multiple choice and #2 is audio transcription. I suggest you should read the guidelines first. It's worldwide and their rate is $0.23 - $0.60 per minute of audio/video transcription file.
September 3, 2017, 11:44 am
I'm interested. But I have some questions. What are their requirements? Is it applicable for mobile users?
September 3, 2017, 12:54 pm
There are no requirements in applying at GoTranscript. There's even NO interview or sending your resume. You only have to pass their test and you're good to go. I don't think so because you need to label the speaker in Bold text or Italicize a certain word and it's hard to foot-pedal the audio (where you can rewind/fast forward, slow it down or make the audio fast). It's better to use PC or Laptop and it prefers google chrome for you to utilize the F-keys (function keys on the keyboard) to navigate the audio easily. Hope that helps..
September 3, 2017, 2:08 pm
I see, thanks for the heads up. Thats why I should definitely buy a Loptop.
September 3, 2017, 10:39 pm
Thanks for this information. It will be of a big help for me. I will try to update here if I will be successful in this website or group. May I ask how long can you finish a one minute audio or video to a text file? Thanks!
September 4, 2017, 7:08 am
Me, since I'm new to this industry and English is my second language, I finished a 10-minute audio file for like 2hrs. But if you get used to it, you can finish a 10minute audio file in less than an hour. For me, most of the time, I still search for the words that I don't know or the first time I've heard. In short, still learning. You get the picture. Even though I've been using this for a month now, I've never experienced a failure when it comes to my payment received. Every Friday is the Salary day. Most of the transcribers can earn for up to $100-$200 per week. Well, they can easily finish it way faster than me. lol
You can also have an option to be an Editor once you transcribe at least 20 audio files and have a Rating of 4.5 above out of 5. For Editor, they can earn the $200 easily.
Tip: you can use GRAMMARLY (add-on) to auto-check your mistakes and grammar. You can also use GOOGLE DOCS and utilize the "Voice Typing" option for auto transcribing (as long as the audio is clear) or DICTATION.IO for auto transcribing as well.
Good luck and Happy Transcribing.
September 4, 2017, 12:31 pm
I am interested in this Gotranscript that you mention. I know a little how to listen and trancribe every words spoken or played. Maybe I will try this one and see for myself if the pay is good and can be a source of regular income. Thanks for the information.
September 17, 2017, 4:04 pm
I am definitely very interested in this and will be sure to research it. Thanks for this suggestion here--I appreciate it, as do many of the rest of us here who have maybe not yet heard of this. If this is legit, it seems like an interesting and easy way to make some extra bucks.
September 3, 2017, 5:56 pm
This is quite interesting sir, I want to try this one.
September 4, 2017, 7:28 am
Hey ColdFlameChris. I heard this Transcribeme.com and it is like what you are sharing. Transcribing videos and audios also. And they say they pay bigger than the other transcribing sites. Do you heard this already? If not, will you try it also? And give us a feedback. I am about to try it also.
September 6, 2017, 4:12 am
Yeah, kielrivera. I've heard about transcribeme.com and I'm planning to apply there as well as my alternative transcription site. Yes, their compensation is somewhat bigger than GoTranscript. I just haven't finished reviewing their guidelines.
September 6, 2017, 4:20 am
I tried applying for GoTranscript.com and I think I got in but the transcripts were too difficult for me! I just do not know why, though I have undergone general transcription training. I guess it's just not my forte or I don't have the right drive to do this kind of job. Nonetheless, if you could give me some tips about transcribing there, it would be very much appreciated. Because until now, I still get their emails alerting me that I have some files to transcribe. I'm just not sure if I have to continue or not.
Thank you so much and more power, ColdFlameChris!
September 6, 2017, 5:09 am
There were actually lot online opportunity that depends on your skills. You can try on these sites; Upwork, glassdoor, hubstaff,fiverr. There are so many to mention. Though if your looking for some extra cash online that doesn't require skills you can check on these sites: instagc, snucks, timebucks,clicksense,mobrog,toluna.
September 3, 2017, 11:45 am
You didn't really tell us specifically what sort of international jobs you are trying to find? What do you enjoy doing? What are your skills? Do you have any school done that could possibly help you in finding your job? All of those questions will affect our answers. There are many genuine and legit online jobs all over the internet - I am personally loving the freelancing option. I'd suggest that you look up some platforms such as UpWork and Fiverr, make a profile, provide a description and find clients. If you show passion and determination you will soon get hired!
September 3, 2017, 1:28 pm
I'm also looking for an online job and I found this one on youtube SNUCKLS though I'm not sure if it really pays because I just start today. I'll be back here again if its real I'll give you a feedback. by the way, thank you Augusta for posting those sites. I will look for it now.
September 3, 2017, 2:02 pm
Yes SNUCKLS really pay in PAYPAL, although you cannot earn huge money but they really pay you. I've been using this months ago and I also withdrawn so many times.
September 5, 2017, 9:11 pm
Can I ask how much is the highest amount that you have ever withdrawn in SNUCKLS? I've been trying out this site for like a week now but all I have won was $.003 LOL I don't know, maybe you could give me some tips on how to win some amount in there? And what if you do not want to withdraw some amount yet, could you still keep them on the site or do you have to withdraw them immediately to your PayPal account? I don't wish to withdraw a dollar or two yet so is it possible for me to save the prices I have won on the site first? Will they secure the money in there?
Sorry if I have lots of questions but you could just try to answer me when you are free. Thank you and more power!
September 6, 2017, 5:15 am
Yes. That will be your lifetime earnings. I am doing that too, keeping the small amounts and withdraw them if it quite big enough.
September 7, 2017, 7:19 am
I'm also trying to make something out of internet browsing by having some services online but sadly, it was just so hard to find employers especially when you are a newbie and didn't have enough experience on the required field.
September 3, 2017, 8:28 pm
It is really just about doing research before joining online jobs like the ones mentioned above or else you will just be wasting your time for nothing. Besides, if you really have a skill that you can offer then you can try freelancing. Some things you can do are transcription jobs, digital arts, tutorials, and others that can be done online. Try to create an account in Fiverr or other freelancing sites and offer your services.
September 3, 2017, 8:42 pm
I don't think you can consider paid to post websites as legitimate online jobs. In my opinion, the best way to earn online is through buy and sell. It is easier to buy and sell online because you don't need to have a big capital. you can start small and just make grow through time.
September 3, 2017, 11:09 pm
You can always find genuine international online jobs once you have your device with internet access. Google or any other search engine will definitely be your tool and you can maximize it to find the best of online jobs through your device at home. These are legitimate jobs you can do at the comfort of your home and with devices such as Personal Computer, android phones, tablets as well as laptops.
September 4, 2017, 2:21 am
I wish I could give you advice on how to get genuine international online job but I don't know were to start since you did not mentioned your skills and your education background. Because gaining international job online depends on your qualification. If you are just looking for genuine job online, I must say listing dock is genuine and you are here already with us.
September 4, 2017, 2:44 am
This is the most obvious role to outsource, that often consumes the most time. Answering emails, telephone calls, and live chat messages, can be such an interruption to your workflow, that handing it over to a Virtual Assistant frees up a ton of time to work on other things. The other benefit to outsourcing customer service is one often forgotten- sometimes the entrepreneur takes negative feedback and criticism personally, while the Virtual Assistant can have a better disposition to deal with negative or irate customers. For years, companies have outsourced customer service to the Philippines, which has created an entire category of experienced workers already trained in dealing with customers from various countries. As an entrepreneur, you’ve already answered tons of customer service inquiries, all you need to do is map out the common questions and answers, create a knowledge-base or wiki, and provide a resource for a customer service rep to handle this side of the business.
September 4, 2017, 4:36 am
I used to have the same quetion as you a few monthd back. What I did was researched about it through
blogs and websites, then searched for reviews and comments about trhese particular sites. It's very important to know the opinions of members of these paying sites to have a heads up on what to expect from there. I learned of
myLot and postloop through those blogs and I did not regret my decision on trying both out. They may
be both websites where you're paid to write, but don't have the same rules on earnings. MyLot for example would pay you based on the number of interactions you made within the community, while postloop on the other hand, is all about content and quality of comments and discussions you make. What's the most important though is to find a paying website where you'll get to enjoy the activities they want you to do. I am planning to try out user testing next because they pay really well, about $10, for every video you make, but it would be quite challenging to pass their trial to qualify.
September 4, 2017, 4:50 am
I think in order to get genuine jobs, you have to hustle harder. You have to give results. And that seems to be the only way to manage your online work. You can make sure that you are under good platform. Say like fiverr, freelancer and others. That seems to be the only way to manage the international jobs. I have seen that people who do that are going to make it easier in many ways. I think if you can pull out the international online jobs through such platforms then surely that would be a good income stream for you.
September 4, 2017, 5:11 am
There are a lot of genuine jobs, but the problem is there are many scams also. You need to always do research , read some reviews, and articles to be able to find legit online jobs.
By the way thanks for those who posted some online job in their replies . It's very helpful to me.
September 4, 2017, 5:43 am
If you are good with English, I think you should give transcribing jobs a try, transcribing is very strict on accepting applicants now though. You can also try forum sites such as Postloop Mylot and Forum wheel you can earn while also having fun which is a big plus. Good luck to you and God bless!
September 4, 2017, 5:44 am
Hey emmanix51, I just sign up in with Forum wheel and I did what they require. 3 days passed and they still not sending me an email. Did you experience this too? Thanks!
September 6, 2017, 4:20 am
If you are a native speaker of English and have a bachelor degree, I think you could already make a lot of money online because the number of online English schools nowadays is literally booming! They usually pay more to native speakers so I think this is a good opportunity for job seekers online especially if you are from Western countries. Nonetheless, this requires you stable internet connection, a computer and other than that, you must commit to the job because they are very strict when it comes to time. This could be a stable job if you have the passion to teach and socialize with English learners. I myself is an online teacher and I could say that it's a great job for me, been in this industry for 5 years now. I could take a vacation whenever I want since it doesn't require me to submit a leave to my boss and wait until he approves!
September 4, 2017, 6:23 am
If you are looking for a job and mean it as the whole concept of an offline job, then you should try some websites that offer services such as: hosting, selling and so on. You can usually land a job as a support easily. If not, then you should try freelancing, which is basically using any skill you have to get paid, however it's not really that easy, because the competition is great and you'd have to work a lot to get your first gigs.
September 4, 2017, 6:59 am
If you want to get a genuine international online job, you need first to find a legit one. Find something that is trusted by many like UpWork or just search in Google. If you found any, the second thing that you need to do is to review yourself. Know your skills. Put it in your freelancer profile and also put your working experience if there's any. Some tips, some freelancing websites require you to put your value per hour. I suggest to you that put low amount at first so that you can attract clients and then if you have many clients that can support your legitimacy as a freelancer, you can raise your value.
September 4, 2017, 7:00 am
Working online and finding a genuine one is easy but finding one that suits you is a different matter. First, they are right, you just ask How can I get genuine international online jobs? The question is so vague because there are many ways in working online. There are paid to post, by answering surveys, typing jobs, buy and sell and others that you can find. One thing is that, what do you really prefer? If you haven't decided, try going on the sites that they suggested and try which one suits you. As for me, I don't know if what they say is true, but I can suggest you the paid to post site of Postloop, it's a paid to post site. The income is not so great, so to support yourself, you must find another online jobs. When finding one, always read first about the site. Find out, how the site works and try reading frequently ask questions. If possible, try to find proof that someone really earns from that site. I can't give much of advice because I am myself, is just a newbie in this line, but this is just extra for me. You must really try to find a regular local job.
September 4, 2017, 7:27 am
If you have your own internet and laptop you can try fiverr.com. all you have to do is make a divert service and sell it. All are 5$. You can research on YouTube the available tutorials on how to make money in fiverr.
September 4, 2017, 8:27 am
Fiverr and the seoclerk and listingdock can be good. But the thing is that most of the online jobs take time for establishing. And for this I am guessing that low cost projects online may not be a good start. So I am guessing those who are getting into the online work. They should think a lot before they can work on such sites.
That's the reason I think fiverr should not be a starting place for such type of the growth. It can earn few money here and there.
September 14, 2017, 7:12 am
Google has everything you need all you need is search. My advice is try making an account in Upwork they have tons of job offers there from designing websites to creating articles and a lot more. Fiverr is another site where you can earn by marketing your digital skills. You tube can help you to find reviews on certain sites that are legitimate too. Try joining some Facebook groups that specializes in online jobs.
September 4, 2017, 9:43 am
There are a lot of them online and they are easy to find. Its just that they have a stricter requirement and usually look for people who are experienced and specialize in that particular area. They are legit so they also more or less follow the regular hiring protocols of their company. There are easier ones to get into but still, you also have to pass an interview or test of some sort.
September 4, 2017, 9:58 am
From my experience, it's hard to find truly international jobs. Most online jobs favor certain countries (USA and UK) over the rest of the world. Still, there are a few out there that remain truly international like Postloop, Crowd flower, and Microworkers. My advice would be to get involved with more than one site and seeing how much that can earn you. Good luck!
September 4, 2017, 11:33 am
It's difficult to find a genuine international online job that you can make a proper wage from. There just isn't many available unless you are prepared to go through interviews etc. And even then those jobs may not be as high paying as you would want. The best thing to do is to try and create your own business.
September 4, 2017, 2:06 pm
Maybe transcribing can be a good option. There's a lot of transcribing sites out there. Here are some you can try on:
All these are legit and they pay via Paypal. Visit their website and take their online test for you to be qualified.
September 4, 2017, 4:07 pm
Hey! Thank you so much for sharing this! I've heard this Transcribeme.com that really pays quite big. I am about to try it! Thanks!
September 6, 2017, 4:29 am
Well, if you are seriously in getting a good online job with a good income, then i will recommend you learn a good digital skill, and freelance, and who knows if you're good enough or your skillful exuberance is topnotch, you might get an offline international job.
Then you can combine it with some micro jobs online, when you are less busy and don't want to stay idle.
September 4, 2017, 4:22 pm
Nothing is impossible. You just need to master your craft and everything else will follow. It's going to be a bumpy ride but you'll get use to it. Challenges are always there to remind ourselves that embracing change can help us grow and get better everyday.
September 5, 2017, 12:13 am
In the world wide web, there are unlimited earning opportunities, however, you should remember that there are also companies that cheat people, they companies never pay you or pay less than what you were originally promised. You can find online jobs on freelance sites. The name that I can suggest you is upwork. Join upwork and list your skills. When approved, you have opportunity to bid on jobs related to your skills. Since there are many writers out there, you might be refused as a writer on upwork, however, if you specializes on designing (graphic and web) or programing, you might be accepted. There are high paying jobs as well as low paying jobs. As a newbie you should always bid on the jobs with low budget. Once you build your portfolio, you will get accepted with high paying jobs.
If you have skills, you can also post your services on Fiverr. You make money when someone commissions you a job.
September 5, 2017, 7:47 pm
I've been looking for legit jobs online as a part time for the past few days. And so far there's a lot of scammers. And im not really into networking. I found some sites that pays you when you post on forums. It's out there. There are also freelances jobs. But if you're a newbie like me. Its hard to compete.
September 5, 2017, 11:58 pm
This Postloop is really legit. I've known some users that they had already their payout and I already earned the minimum pay out and I am planning to earn more points before getting my pay out. This one is highly recommended!
September 6, 2017, 4:04 am
Try Snuckls and Baymack. There's no guarantee that you WILL earn everyday but you CAN have chances to earn up $1000. All you need to is watch Youtube videos to earn ticket. These tickets will be use on daily raffle, completely free!
September 6, 2017, 4:39 am
There are lots of International online jobs you can find on the internet but some are real and some are fake so you should be careful on looking any online jobs so it won't waste your time and effort. I advice you to research first on the only jobs you wish to join by looking if they really pay their employees or the rate is completely fair. Hope you find any online jobs and please share it to us so we can also earn money.
September 6, 2017, 4:53 am
Now a days there are lots of online job which you can apply and do everyday. There is no membership fee in order to become a member. For you to make sure that the online job is not fake you can search for its review. Most of the online job that requires fee are scam. Some of the online job that are legit are those we found in Upwork, Adf.ly and specially the Postloop.
September 6, 2017, 5:20 am
You can try using your skills to freelance for companies around the world. I know there are a good number of freelance sites out there that make it easy for you to connect with employers internationally. I think the hard part is just building up enough of a reputation so you can get a higher price for your services, but it's not really that much different from any other undertaking since all of them will probably require a bit of effort to get started.
September 6, 2017, 1:58 pm
There are many jobs that are available to people all over the world. All you need is pay much attention and do more more research. I believe if you do as I said you will soon be smiling the bank, although there are sites that put limit to the country of the choice of their jobs, so do they have sites that doesn't. If you do your research well there are plenty of them over there.
September 7, 2017, 5:52 am
While there are a lot of suggestions here, if you are currently working and needs to work on your time with good pay, you should try registering to Upwork. There are a lot of jobs there available that are listed and advertised. It is a legitimate website. If this is your first time venturing into online market, try joining all the small scale jobs posted here, and from there, you will learn your way through. Also, try to search for Youtube videos that offer and proved the legitimate works and website posted. Look for posts made by your fellow countrymen or posted by people who are currently in the same location as you are. There are plenty of jobs there and be sure to put effort into learning them and be sensitive enough to detect their legitimacy.
September 7, 2017, 10:10 pm
Me too up until now still looking a job and it seems that nobody is hiring me even though i put all my qualifications but still. I dont know. Need some help here.
September 8, 2017, 11:09 am
Online job is good but you need to pay attention and time to search for the perfect one.
You may try to register an account in freelancer. com and up work. They are legit and pay certain amount for a specific job completed.
September 9, 2017, 4:27 am
Hey brother! You can check out sites that pays you for testing different sites. What you do is you record the screen of your pc/laptop and your voice using their screen capture software and speak your thoughts out about their website. Its pretty easy but you have to pass their test before you qualify on testing jobs. I recommend Usertesting since it is legit and pay you 10 dollars per 10-20 minutes of testing a website.
September 9, 2017, 9:51 pm
This one looks interesting, do you have some of the sites that offer this services. I sure will give this one a try.
September 10, 2017, 9:13 am
Thank you for the wonderful inputs in here. I am a father of four kids and I work extra hours at home aside from working regularly in the office just to get extra income for the needs of my family. I am currently doing a lot of stuff on the internet just to get money and some would just really give you penny, I think that there are sites worth working for and gives you decent pay for working with them. Postloop is the most practical and legit I know and usertesting is also helpful.
September 11, 2017, 3:12 pm
GoTranscript is really recommended. And their screening tests are very easy! I applied in their site and after 3 days I got hired. And now I am looking forward to earn money in GT. And if you are really became expert in transcribing, you can be promoted as a editor wherein you can earn more money!
September 15, 2017, 7:37 am
Is it really worth it? Because I had some less than nice experiences with transcription sites. Most of them ask you to do a lot of work when you make little money or don't have your transcriptions accepted at all
September 26, 2017, 12:31 pm
To start with, I highly recommend that you stay away from online survey jobs. They pay really low and are a complete waste of time. You may want to set up a profile with Upwork so you can highlight your skills that may be beneficial to clients looking for different experts online. Always read the reviews about the company before signing up.
September 17, 2017, 12:46 am
There are legitimate websites that pays, no doubt about it, but the pay is seldom low, what you make online in a month you can make offline in a day easily, people who earn money online are those who have their own businesses and can actually code or have somebody do it for them. Those online jobs are only good for learning the online business inside out.
September 25, 2017, 3:50 pm
There is a lot of forum sites you can have discussions just like postloop portal and here. The internet is big and it just keeps on growing, a lot of people is just like you finding work online so I'm sure there is a forum that has online job discussions
September 26, 2017, 2:48 am
You can actually try the user testing where they pay you bucks just to explain and described what is their website for and plus it only takes you 10-15 mins and you're done. I've seen reviews and they say that they payed legit money and will pay you ahead of time.
October 10, 2017, 11:19 am
Are you looking to be an employee or a freelancer?As an employee, you would be some kind of virtual assistant? Look at websites like Indeed.com, Flexjobs.com, and Workmarket.
If you don't want to work from your country and actually want to go work in another country, go to your country's foreign office. They will have a list of agencies that recruit for genuine jobs internationally. It's important to do this if you want genuine jobs as you can be scammed,
If you mean freelancing. I think many suggestions have been given above. Check them out but also do your own research. There a million freelancing opportunities online.
November 2, 2017, 8:40 am
I know survey sites have the habit of telling you that there are no jobs available in your area and so forget about those sites. It is better to focus on paid to post forums and sites like upwork, fiverr, peopleperhour and freelance.
Payment proofs are evidence that a site is genuine. Make sure to know your skill so you can focus on a specific job you really want and you will find it.
November 13, 2017, 5:36 am
'How can I get genuine international online jobs'
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