Many stay-at-home moms looking for a work from home job struggle to find something that is a non-phone job and is flexible. If these are two of your criteria then you may be interested in working from home as a search engine evaluator.
What is a Search Engine Evaluator?
The basic job of a search engine evaluator is to evaluate search engine results as to how relevant they are. When you type a search into Google, or any other search engine, you want the results to come back to be as relevant as possible to help you find what you are looking for. This is one of many ways that search engines use to make sure their search engine results are accurate. While you may think that this process is completely automated, there are certain aspects that require a human element.
How Do You Become a Search Engine Evaluator?
You need to be fairly experienced on basic computer skills and internet research skills but this isn’t anything that would be beyond the average person’s abilities if they use a computer frequently. Besides that you need your own computer and high speed internet. Before getting hire you have to pass a test but you are given very extensive study materials that help you with this.
What Will Working From Home as a Search Engine Evaluator Be Like?
The great thing about this position is that there is no phone work involved and it is one of the most flexible work from home jobs out there. The system that you work through with each company is available 24 hours a day so you can work early in the morning, during nap times, late at night, or whatever works for your specific schedule. You also don’t have to let them know when you will be available like with many work from home companies. If you find you have some free time, hop on and start working. Some of the companies do require a commitment to meeting a minimum number of hours per month but it is fairly minimal and with the ability to work whenever you want, it should be easy to reach. Pay ranges from around $13-15 an hour.
What Companies Hire Search Engine Evaluators?
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