5 Non Phone Jobs as a Web Search Evaluator

5 Non Phone Jobs as a Web Search Evaluator

 

Are you very good at browsing the Internet? Have you ever considered working as a home based web search evaluator? If so, this is a great way to put a little extra money in your pocket.

What is a Web Search Evaluator?

So I know many are wondering who is a web search evaluator. The role of a web search evaluator is to ensure that search engines are always updated. For instance, if someone decides to search for a particular keyword or phrase, your job is to make sure the web page results remain accurate.

Working as a web search evaluator is one of the best paying part-time jobs you can do from home. You would typically need a computer with high-speed Internet and excellent web search skills. Please keep in mind that it is best to have a noise-free environment to be effective at this job, if you have small kids or pets.

Below is a list of 5 companies that hire web search evaluators to work from home.

Who Hires Web Search Evaluators?

1. Appen Butler Hill – Appen Butler Hill is a global company that hires search engine evaluators to work from home. It has been around for over 10 years and only provides jobs to natives residing in the U.S with at least 2 years of college studies. You must be good at searching the web and commit to working a minimum of 20 hours per week. The starting pay is $15 an hour.

2. LeapforceRead Review – Leapforce hires independent contractors to evaluate search engines. You are required to pass a two-part evaluation exam to be considered for a position. Pay is around $13-$15 an hour. Positions are open to those who live in the US, Canada, Norway, Belgium, Denmark, Brazil and more. Read Review >>



3. LionBridgeRead Review –  Lionbridge has a variety of home based jobs that are done online. You will need to be very good at searching the web to be an ideal candidate for a position in this company. Even so, there are also some technical requirements for the job which are specified on their site. The schedule is quite flexible but you have to work a minimum of 20 hours per week. The pay is $14 per hour. Read Review>>

4. Zero Chaos/Workforce Logic – Workforce Logic’s is also known as Zero Chaos. They hire part time telecommuters to evaluate websites for Google. You will need to be fluent in English and have a bachelors degree or equivalent. You can expect their pay to be around $14 per hour. To find their current job openings, visit Career Builder, Indeed, or Craigslist.

5. iSoftStone Read Review –  ISoftstone hires web search evaluators that have no prior experience to work from home. The position is part-time and allows you to work from anywhere for at least 10-25 hours per week. Training is provided.

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I hope this post will give hope to those looking for a non phone job with great pay. Consider all of these jobs as a good way to earn a side income, since the work is mostly part-time. If you have any prior experience with any of these companies, feel free to share your thoughts in my comment section below. Thanks!

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  • Kim

    Are degrees required to apply for these positions? Are Mac computers allowed to be used?

    • No You do not need any degree to perform the job. Also MAC computers are allowed as long as you have some type of video recording program like Skype, Hangouts, etc.

  • Alexis

    Are their any jobs that don’t require college ? Married pregnant with our second child would like to stay at home more than I am getting to now

  • Racheal

    Hey Lashay! Amen, what a blessing to hear your background.. my husband and I are expecting our first child PRAISE GOD.. and before i was expecting, i was working with him helping with his buisness. Now that we are expecting, i cannot do such a physical job. Im really nervous about working from home, iv never done it.. but i really want to be a blessing to my husband and our home..i guess i need encouragement… maybe i want to know if this is the way for me to go.. and if i would actually like it…

    • Hi Racheal! Thanks for stopping by. I really hope I could help you figure out the type of work from home job you are looking for. If you are interested in chatting with me, please set up a free consultation here https://clarity.fm/lashaykhudson/dreamhomebasedwork.

      • Barrett

        Hi my son is mentally challenged and was trying to change my career from driving tractor trailer to a home job. Can you help. Thankyou.

  • Nadia Ballesteros

    I’m interested how can I get started. However I don’t have any collage experience.

  • Amber B

    Hi Lashay! I have been searching for a work from home job for a few weeks, today I was hired on at Rev but from what I have been reading about Rev is that there is a limited amount of work. I need something full-time that doesn’t require that much experience. Do you have a list of full-time positions?

  • Tenesha Hill

    I am currently working for a social evaluator gig and I really like its flexible 10 bucks a hour and really getting me thru since I was downsized and venturing into a business owner myself I’m happy I’m home and its working however I am looking for another one to let me know

    • Gilberto

      Hi, which company?

  • Meg

    Lashay, You are helping so many people find balance in their lives thru your blog. They are gaining financial stability while going to school or being able to spend more time at home with their children. I know you will help steer me in the right direction now that I need to make more income for my family. Thank you Lashay. I better get to work.

    • Hi, Meg! Thanks for stopping by and sharing your feedback. That means so much to me 🙂 Many blessings to you!

  • bella

    hi this my first time I’m looking for a legitimate job to work from home

    • Hi, Bella! What type of work from home jobs are you looking for?

  • Jake Davis

    Hello, thanks for the article. Do you know if any of these will hire a US citizen that permanently resides in Europe?

    • Leapforce would be the best option for you 🙂