One of the more flexible telecommuting jobs is as a work from home ads quality rater or search engine evaluator. Google work from home ads quality rater positions are usually hired for on a regular basis. These positions are also hired for regularly by several other companies.
What Is a Ads Quality Rater?
Ad Quality Raters are responsible for giving feedback on the quality and content accuracy of advertisements on Google. These positions are often temporary and while there are some English speaking only openings, many of the positions require a second language. While raters technically work for Google, the positions are usually hired through a third party company.
How Do You Get Hired As An Ads Quality Rater?
All positions require a four year college degree. Applicants must already have their own computer with a high speed internet connection. Raters are hired as independent contractors and must work at least ten hours per week to stay active. Raters usually start at around $15 an hour. Most positions are contractual for a one year time period. You can then reapply after a waiting period. The difficult part about getting hired is that these positions are not usually advertised on the Google career site or the ZeroChaos website (the third party company that does some of the hiring). The best place to search for Google work from home ads quality rater positions is on Indeed. Use this ads quality rater search to check.
What Can I Expect?
The great thing about this work from home position is the flexibility it allows. It is a great telecommuting job for busy moms or those who have a full time job and need a second source of income. The system used to rate content is accessible 24 hours a day with no need to sign up for shifts in advance. Simply sign in and start working. While many work from home jobs allow flexibility, most still require an advanced commitment to a schedule for the week making working around nap time and bed times very difficult. With the system accessible 24 hours a day, raters can hop on when they have some free time and hop off whenever they need to.
What Other Companies Hire for These Positions?
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