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Re: Mturk vs. Clickworker?
« Reply #15 on: August 28, 2015, 04:30:18 AM »
MTurk is pretty strict when it comes to accepting workers. Actually, they aren't accepting users from my country which really sucks. But yeah, I think you'll do fine with them since I have been hearing good reviews about them lately. I am not sure with how Clickworker's system works, but it is still considered a good online opportunity. Just try and test the waters first.

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Re: Mturk vs. Clickworker?
« Reply #16 on: August 28, 2015, 08:44:50 AM »
Duhh..Survey.Starting to hate it.
I've tried at least a dozen surveys and have yet to qualify for one good paying survey. Half of them they'll start the survey and I'll spend 10 minutes answering questions and then they suddenly decide they didn't like one of my answers and I get screened out. I only try the surveys now if I'm really bored.

Re: Mturk vs. Clickworker?
« Reply #16 on: August 28, 2015, 08:44:50 AM »
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Re: Mturk vs. Clickworker?
« Reply #17 on: April 20, 2016, 05:45:42 AM »
Clickworker for me is very slow to earn. I had been on the site for about a year now. I think my total earning is only 1.45 euros and the minimum to cash out is 10. It only shows that there is less opportunity in there maybe because I am not a priority member for them. That is how I understand it, some people get more or better tasks than I do for some reasons.

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Re: Mturk vs. Clickworker?
« Reply #18 on: April 20, 2016, 06:24:47 AM »
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I'm not familiar with Clickworker, but I can tell you about Mturk. There are always a boatload of tasks available all of the time. The issue is what you are qualified to do.

Their HITS (jobs/tasks) are available to search in two ways:

*You can click the 'All Hits available' tab, it is will list everything.

It will state on each task/job whether you are qualified to accept it. If you are not qualified, they will have a link for you to click and get qualified. Sometimes that means taking a test (for things like writing), and sometimes you can just request to be qualified for a certain job.

Also, just the number of tasks you have completed, your age, gender, or your location will qualify you for some tasks. The more you complete, the more tasks will open up. EX: some tasks you would qualify for only if you have complete 100 or more tasks for mTurk. So the higher tasks you have completed and have been approved for will automatically give you more qualifications.

The other way to search Hits:

*You click on the 'Hits available to me' tab. It will list all tasks that you are already qualified for and also all tasks that do not need qualification to accept. The tasks that don't require qualification to do are typically the lowest paying tasks.

These would include entering info from receipts, very short transcription (30 sec or less), transcribing info from medical forms/prescription notes, surveys, etc. These are low paying, like the receipt work pays are 6-10 cents per tasks. A plus is that you always have the option to return the hit (task) without getting dinged for it.

The transcription and writing jobs pay the most, you can make decent money with some of those.

I have never seen the lower paying tasks ever 'run out' anytime I've ever been on mTurk.

I think when you first start there is a short wait before you cash out. I can't remember how long, but I don't think it's too bad. After that, I believe you can cash out at anytime. You can get paid through Amazon Payments, or you can take your earnings as an Amazon gift card.

This is exactly what I was looking for, an easy to understand explanation. I have been accepted to MTurk but have yet to do anything there. It looks so overwhelming to me and I got confused with HITS. You did a fantastic job with your helpful tips on how to navigate on MTurk. Thank you!


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Re: Mturk vs. Clickworker?
« Reply #19 on: April 22, 2016, 01:21:17 PM »
Mturk is very low paying, but there is always work. I can't even say that about clickworker. I have had just about zero success with clickworker, so I wouldn't choose that against many sites!

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Re: Mturk vs. Clickworker?
« Reply #20 on: April 24, 2016, 02:29:47 AM »
If you're from US then I'll suggest mTurk. I've never used it since I'm not from US but I've heard a lot of good things about that site so you go with that one if you're a US citizen. If you're not, then may I suggest Microworkers instead of Clickworkers. Clickworkers has been such a let down for me thus far, so I would not recommend it to anyone. Microworkers is a lot better, but the downside is the payment system is quite tedious. 

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