Are there any real online jobs out there?
Although finding an online job through a freelance site can be challenging, there is far less chance to be taken in by an online job scam. Most online freelance sites like Upwork protect those who register by having checks in place that help them weed out fraudulent job offers. This may include flagging capabilities by community members as well as quality teams who verify job offers.
Writing sites for beginners include sites like Blogmutt, Article Document and CrowdCloud. However, more seasoned writers can also do well on sites like Blogmutt, Writer Access, Constant Content and Article document. Whatever you do, do not pay for writing opportunities; there are plenty of sites that offer free membership in return for a portion of your earnings.
While the potential for being defrauded on Craigslist may be high, there are also legitimate jobs available. In most cases, it is prudent to search only local areas and set up face-to-face meetings with potential clients. Make sure these meetings are in public locations for safety purposes.
Those who are interested in doing a wide variety of tasks online can try working through sites that offer micro-tasks. While these are typically low-paid tasks, user can often do a number of them in a short period of time resulting in a fairly good income. Examples of these types of sites include Amazon Mechanical Turk and Crowd Cloud which is available through Facebook.
There are several opportunities for those who are interested to find real online jobs. One of the biggest challenges for many who are searching for online jobs is to determine which offers are legitimate and which ones are being offered as a means of separating someone from their money.
Before following up on any online job offers it is helpful to check out blogs and forums where people have posted information regarding job sites. In addition, checking sites like the Better Business Bureau can help those who are looking for legitimate opportunities avoid fraudulent posters.
Posted by Doreen Martel