Anyone work on the turk?

@pontgtp (970)
United States
October 11, 2006 2:24pm CST
Anyone on here turking?
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8 responses
@mssmith007 (1029)
• United States
21 Nov 06
I work on MTurk. I love it -- pays FAST, and keeps me shopping on Amazon. lol
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@pontgtp (970)
• United States
22 Nov 06
hey, cool! finally someone on here is a fellow turker. nice to meet you, and thanks for responding!
• United States
10 Feb 07
I turk. My favorite kind of HITS are the social bookmarking, feedback on sites, articles to write, lists for Unspun, rating three things in order, answer verification, and an occasional transcription that pays more than the other transcriptions and is easier to understand. I've made $14.55 so far on Mturk. It's a lot of work, though, because many don't pay much. I just use it to monetize a bit of my computer addict time, and also to get myself out of my shell and find out more about the world than what I would typically seek out.
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@djb876 (93)
• United States
22 Dec 06
I, too, love Mturk! I really enjoy the quick and easy tasks. At first I was disappointed at the rate of making money, which is why I checked it out. But the pay is slowly adding up, and I'm hooked! It seems to be a well-kept secret, though, as not many have discovered it. So, yes, it's fun to run across a fellow turker. What is your favorite type of HIT?
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@Tenna10 (103)
• United States
21 Jun 07
Yep I'm a Turker, Love it!
@rsa101 (15529)
• Quezon City, Philippines
27 Feb 07
I just discovered it several days ago and I have earned $0.56 cents for the past 2 days. I became hooked on it actually but then my net connection sometimes are not that good connecting with them. I was just wondering if they could send money internationally. Since I am not US based. I hope they could do it internationally or I might enjoy shopping on Amazon.
@mturker (174)
• Israel
25 Feb 07
Me too, I adore mTurk.com
@MsRetro (250)
• United States
24 Feb 07
I turk! My favorite hits are the GIS tagging, the ones where you call stores for information (alwasy high paying, too), and the product information ones where you record nutrition data from foods in your kitchen. There were some great ones just before CIS, the big computer & information conference they have in Las Vegas each year. One requester was paying 25 cents for every link you found to a blogger who was at & covered CIS. I cleaned up on that one.
@budhie (257)
• Indonesia
23 Feb 07
just signup today with my amazon account , but still learn more how to work in HITs ... can you explain more here to us ?