The work of online community moderators involves managing social networking sites or forums on behalf of the client. That is, you have to keep the site free of spam posts, close any forum thread if necessary, settle disputes between members, market and manage client’s profile on the social media, welcome new users as well as ban an user if necessary.
Check out a list of websites that hires people for work from home moderation jobs:
Ask.com – Ask.com is looking for motivated social media fans to work on developing and fostering the user community. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are vital to the success of this position, a sense of decorum and a level head is also needed for Ask work from home moderation jobs.
eModeration – You have to email them your resume and cover letter to get more details about their work from home moderation jobs.
ICUC – Hires home-based community managers in several countries worldwide.
Ignite Social Media – Occasionally hires work from home community moderators throughout US.
Lithium – Occasionally hires work from home moderators. Visit their career page and look for moderation openings. You can also submit a general application form.
Live World –Our team of Moderators are virtual, part-time, work from home professionals. A Moderator’s responsibilities include protecting a brand’s image, and increasing brand loyalty. LiveWorld provides moderation in many languages.
Metaverse Mod Squad – As a Mod in our network, you can work from any private location with secure high-speed internet access.
Yelp – You can apply as a Community Manager but you must live in specific US locations.
Zynga – Occasionally hires community moderators to work from home. The candidate they are looking for must be a customer advocate with a passion for Zynga online gaming.