Have you ever thought about working online instead of irl ?
January 18, 2017 2:48pm CST
I have heard that a lot of people that have quit their jobs so they can start working online because of the better income that they are getting . I personally would love to find a way of working online its sound great doing stuff from the comfort of your home . Do any of you fellow myLot people have any experience with working online if you do please share i would like to know . I have a friend that makes a living by selling things on ebay amazon or other sites like that but its still kinda a half half job in my opinion . Most jobs online require a special skill like knowing to translate , draw , make logos or similar stuff and are hard to come by . What is your opinion and have you ever worked online ?
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18 Jan 17
I agree that you need a particular skill to work from home. I think some people who make a good living work for a company and are allowed to work from home part of the time. I am a teacher, so I think I will always be going to school to work. I do mystery shop for extra money. Right now, I am sitting at home doing some reports. Well, right now I am on myLot procrastinating doing the report. I don't have the discipline to earn a good living from home.
18 Jan 17
@_Koko_ I will put the info right here, I don't gain from it. . Go to the bottom of the page and in blue you will see - Official List of Mystery Shopping Companies. There is a newcomers section with a lot of information on how to set oneself up as a mystery shopper. Basically, you sign up with a company then check their job boards to see if they have any jobs in your area. You select a job and it is sometimes assigned instantly sometimes you have to wait and see if they assign it. Then you read the directions, visit the business and make the required observations and then fill out the report on their website. Basically almost every chain gets mystery shopped; fast food, banks, grocery stores, post office, etc. You are in the UK? This list is basically for North America. I know some of the same companies have shops in other parts of the world. I know there is mystery shopping in the UK, but I do not have any information about it. Another website to check is the Mystery Shoppers Providers Association. http://mspa-global.org/ that is a legitimate site and should list some companies with work in the UK. Let me know if you check it out and we can discuss our experiences! One can not give away any proprietary information. For example I can not tell you what someone's form looks like, or the results of a mystery shop I did. That information belongs to the client.
20 Jan 17
There are lot's of opportunities online. You need to use a combination of sites though if you would like to make a fulltime income. My best advice would be to try out some Microworker sites or freelancer sites. It will take you a while to get better paying jobs, but at least you are trying.