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24 Apr 13
I joined the site, it's ok I guess. I mean it took me a whole day just to make 1.00. I guess I signed up to see how much I could make in a day as an experiment. I guess if it was the only way I had to make money, then it would be better than nothing. But to only earn 1.00 for a days work is a 1/4 of a step above slave labor. Even 10.00 for a whole days work is something I would never even consider. Why work harder when you can work smarter where what you build has greater potential.
25 Apr 13
I made a dollar in less than 2 hours doing 1.6 cent categorizing, and I did so while I was writing articles for other sites like Bubblews, posting on forums for Postloop, and writing discussion replies for Mylot. Just to put it into perspective.... if you can spend that amount of time on Mylot and earn less than a dollar, then wouldn't Humanatic be more rewarding then Mylot in terms of earning money? Especially since Mylot takes more effort in actually constructing decent replies, versus just categorizing a call, which takes less than 18 seconds on average? Just wanted to bring this part of the conversation to light. Sometimes this type of a job isn't as rewarding to some people as you explain in your post, but for most people that I have spoken to about it, they absolutely love the job as it takes very minimal effort, and the payout can actually be reached quite fast... not to mention getting paid is quick and easy.