Need a flexible, non-phone, work from home job? Work from home as a Google Ads Quality Rater. This position is similar to the other search engine evaluator positions we have shared except you will be rating ads within the search engine results.
What is an ads quality rater?
As an ads quality rater you would work to help the search engine improve ads so that they are as relevant as possible. You do this by evaluating ads that have been placed within search engine results. By adding a human element to this process, Google can get feedback and improve the relevancy of ads. The company has a rating system that you will learn once hired that allows you to quickly assign a rating showing how relevant an ad would be to a search performed by a search engine user.
How do I get hired?
They are currently hiring in English and many other languages. Some of the positions require that you speak a second language. You must live in the United States. Don’t get discouraged if you don’t hear back right away. Google does not usually hire directly for these positions but instead uses a third party company, Zero Chaos. Pay usually starts at $15 per hour. You must have a four year college degree to be accepted. Hours range between 10 to 30 a week but are flexible based on your availability. Once you apply if the company contacts you then you will be required to pass a test before being hired. Study materials are provided but you are usually only given one chance to prove you understand the concepts and how to apply them to this position. You can apply at the ZeroChaos career website but if you do not see any of these positions listed check back often as they hire for them frequently. They also frequently advertise these positions on Indeed or Career Builder. You can also find other companies that hire for these positions on the work from home companies page.
For other positions similar to this you can try FlexJobs. Every job listing is hand screened and 100% verified.
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