Several websites offer freelancers with opportunities to complete short tasks and make some extra cash from home. These short task include call review, data entry, web research, typing, writing short product review and more.
You might find several other short task sites like Rapidworkers, Microworkers, Crowdflower, 10EQS and more mentioned in other work-from-home review blogs.
The reasons I have not included those sites in this list are:
- Not 100% trustworthy
- Payment related issue
- Poor task verification procedure
- Poor customer service
In fact, I would not recommend you to work for any of the short task sites mentioned below. You won’t make enough money even to pay your bills.
If you still want to try out, check out a list of legitimate websites where you can make money doing short tasks from home:
Short Task Sites:
Amazon m Turk – You have to complete short tasks like article writing, data extraction, web research and more to get paid.
ClickWorker – You can work on your own schedule provided tasks are available. ClickWorker pays their workers via PayPal. Minimum balance required to request a payout is $10.
OneSpace – You have to perform short tasks like web search evaluation, writing and more to get paid. Pays daily.
Get Paid to Review Calls:
Humanatic – You have to listen to recorded conversation and categorize them accordingly. As a Humanatic call reviewer, you have to maintain your accuracy percentage to get access to high-paying call categories. You can request a payment if you have atleast $10 in your account. Humanatic pays their work-from-home call reviewers via PayPal.
Reynolds & Reynolds – Work from home as a call analyst and evaluate recorded calls based on pre-set criteria to identify missed sales opportunities. The work is similar to Humanatic.