Micro Jobs: An Easy Way to Find Work and Make Money

Micro jobs are in high demand and are a legitimate means to earn money online. Doing these mini jobs from a home based business environment is much more realistic in that they are now enjoying an ever increasing demand. Many of these jobs originally were related to information technology (IT). However, as freelancing from home becomes more popular and commonplace rather than outsourcing from a membership site; there are many more categories then IT to post job skills into with these job task platforms. One of these micro jobs is to write articles for your blog and link back to the client's website. Depending on your blog's page rank the payment ranges from $3 and up. The article size is usually a minimum of 150 words because the client wants just a few words and the link without having to pay a lot of money. This is a legit way to get a link back to his website without fearing a Google slap.

Another high demand job is Facebook activity. Clients want you to like pages, comment on posts and even post to your own account the links they give to you. The payment ranges from $5 and up depending on the amount of work that is required from you. In this category we also have Youtube jobs where you are required to comment on videos, like the videos and even link back to videos. The payment ranges vary depending on how many videos you have to comment upon.

Each micro job website has a score (rating system) that you must keep as high as possible to be able to work. The jobs are already posted so the score will not initially influence the employers to hire you, but, if the score proceeding your task listing falls lower than 75% you will most likely not be able to work much until that score jumps back up very close to 100%.

Before accepting a job, train a little bit and try to do that job for example, see if you can write an article in less than half an hour, because if you take longer the job is perhaps not cost effective or your particular skill set. Once you discover your marketable skill set(s) practice and hone up on those talents. As you build a gig task history, you want that employability score to put you into a customer recommended high demand service provider.

Ronald Hudkins is an administrator of a social marketing micro job site. This webpage is where freelancers can post their skill sets for a fee from $5 up to $100 per gig task. Outsourcers visit to get mini tasks completed at http://www.SaveTimeGigs.com expertly, efficiently and reasonably.

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