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Question about Clickworker
« on: December 08, 2015, 05:33:41 PM »
Hey guys, I just registered on Clickworker. I filled out my profile, clicked on my hobbies and what not and haven't been offered any work. Should I go back and "embellish" my profile, hobbies, and skills a little bit? Will that influence the job offerings? Any answers or other helpful information about Clickworker would help. Thank you!

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Re: Question about Clickworker
« Reply #1 on: December 08, 2015, 06:50:54 PM »
If you read a previous threads about Clickworker, it seems a place where most of us goes nowhere no matter how hard we work on making our profile the best looking and yet putting all our efforts to get the best qualifications.

However, the site seems always lacking of opportunities to make any money, but  few cents from time to time.

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Re: Question about Clickworker
« Reply #2 on: December 08, 2015, 07:56:41 PM »
I made a few cents with clickworker one time. And that was it. I check back every now and again but there is never an offer. I have all but given up on the site.

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Re: Question about Clickworker
« Reply #3 on: December 08, 2015, 09:00:20 PM »
I really should understand how the site works because I've been signed up for a while and have managed to do ok out of it. I haven't touched it for some time as I'm trying to get away from the click type of work, but anytime I'm on it there seems to be potential work.

I say "potential work" because sometimes it requires taking a few tests first before getting accepted. Are you doing the UHRS work as this has been the income provider for me?


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Re: Question about Clickworker
« Reply #4 on: December 09, 2015, 12:45:06 AM »
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I really should understand how the site works because I've been signed up for a while and have managed to do ok out of it. I haven't touched it for some time as I'm trying to get away from the click type of work, but anytime I'm on it there seems to be potential work.

I say "potential work" because sometimes it requires taking a few tests first before getting accepted. Are you doing the UHRS work as this has been the income provider for me?

To be honest, I'm not sure what you mean by "UHRS work". I've just recently registered and was eager to get busy earning, so I didn't read in depth about the pay structure, only quickly checked that they use PayPal and pay weekly. I'll try to find out what UHRS is. Is that an option I can choose on the site? Thanks for your reply.

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Re: Question about Clickworker
« Reply #5 on: December 09, 2015, 01:29:26 AM »
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I really should understand how the site works because I've been signed up for a while and have managed to do ok out of it. I haven't touched it for some time as I'm trying to get away from the click type of work, but anytime I'm on it there seems to be potential work.

I say "potential work" because sometimes it requires taking a few tests first before getting accepted. Are you doing the UHRS work as this has been the income provider for me?

To be honest, I'm not sure what you mean by "UHRS work". I've just recently registered and was eager to get busy earning, so I didn't read in depth about the pay structure, only quickly checked that they use PayPal and pay weekly. I'll try to find out what UHRS is. Is that an option I can choose on the site? Thanks for your reply.

I really wish I could remember how it exactly works (I signed up about 18 months ago and haven't done much in the last 6 months). If I'm not mistaken, I might have taken tests of some sort early on which allowed me access to UHRS work. I do know that it's not automatically available to everyone and you either get access based on some tests or it was based on the details you put in your bio. I really can't remember unfortunately.

All I know is that I've only ever done UHRS work, which pops up as an option on the home page.  Maybe see if you can find a FAQ page to see whether they can explain it for you.

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Re: Question about Clickworker
« Reply #6 on: December 09, 2015, 05:19:00 AM »
I signed up over a year ago and get the occasional email saying there is work available. It's a case of your location and if work is available and when there are jobs, you have to do a test before you can begin each one.

I started to do a task and gave up because the tests would take 10-15 minutes and then you have to fight for the few jobs there are. To me it didn't seem to be a good use of time, so embellishing your profile may not be the best use of time either IMHO.

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Re: Question about Clickworker
« Reply #7 on: December 09, 2015, 06:30:12 AM »
That is what I did I completed the details on my profile although I am not saying that this will directly help provide you with tasks. After that I waited for emails but never got any update. I just decided to check after a few months and was surprised to see that there are available things to do like categorization of fashion merchandise. Try it now

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Re: Question about Clickworker
« Reply #8 on: December 09, 2015, 06:35:33 AM »
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Hey guys, I just registered on Clickworker. I filled out my profile, clicked on my hobbies and what not and haven't been offered any work. Should I go back and "embellish" my profile, hobbies, and skills a little bit? Will that influence the job offerings? Any answers or other helpful information about Clickworker would help. Thank you!

I went in just now there are 2841 clickworkers online how do I suppose to get a decent number of tasks to do. This is another slow earning opportunity. My earning is stuck.

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Re: Question about Clickworker
« Reply #9 on: December 09, 2015, 09:09:45 AM »
I've been on Cickworker for a few months now and I've maybe earned around $100 already. More than the fashion categories or tasks the jobs that really pay on clickworker are the Hitapps. They run from 1 cent to 4 but in an hour you can maybe get $5. Finish your assessments and do really good on the tests and if you're lucky sometimes there a lot of jobs than can span 2-3 hours a day but yeah, sometimes there really are none because there's a lot of competition for jobs.

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Re: Question about Clickworker
« Reply #10 on: March 01, 2016, 05:14:09 PM »
I have been a clickworker for about two years now(with the exception of a few months off at first because I didn't understand it) and I really like it. First thing to remember is there is a lot of people doing it so you will get work it's just some days may be slower than others.
  The jobs I have done so far is searching google terms and then a url that fits the description. Sometimes you find one and sometimes they tell you which ones to find(in this case they could pay you up to .14cents). Some of the urls they ask you to find they might ask you to watch a video(could pay up to .45cents). The easier google searches are between .02-.04.
  They also have surveys  occasionally that they pay you 2.00 for. Once you get the hang of it,it's really easy. My husband and I both do it(although our accouts are totally seperate all the way down to the paypal address.
  Now the pay is Wednesday's through Fridays(I have paypal). Your work has a weeks hold back, so if you accumulated the five dollars minimum amount after Wednesday, you won't get your payout till the following week. It sounds tedious but it is really worth it
 TIP: when you run out of work try refreshing your page, if there is still nothing wait five minutes and refresh again. Always works for me

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Re: Question about Clickworker
« Reply #11 on: March 01, 2016, 05:17:55 PM »
I have been a clickworker for about two years now(with the exception of a few months off at first because I didn't understand it) and I really like it. First thing to remember is there is a lot of people doing it so you will get work it's just some days may be slower than others.
  The jobs I have done so far is searching google terms and then a url that fits the description. Sometimes you find one and sometimes they tell you which ones to find(in this case they could pay you up to .14cents). Some of the urls they ask you to find they might ask you to watch a video(could pay up to .45cents). The easier google searches are between .02-.04.
  They also have surveys  occasionally that they pay you 2.00 for. Once you get the hang of it,it's really easy. My husband and I both do it(although our accouts are totally seperate all the way down to the paypal address.
  Now the pay is Wednesday's through Fridays(I have paypal). Your work has a weeks hold back, so if you accumulated the five dollars minimum amount after Wednesday, you won't get your payout till the following week. It sounds tedious but it is really worth it
 TIP: when you run out of work try refreshing your page, if there is still nothing wait five minutes and refresh again. Always works for me

Re: Question about Clickworker
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