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Minuteworkers review?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by SupremeDev, Aug 2, 2012.

  1. SupremeDev

    SupremeDev Junior Member

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    Anyone here tried out Minuteworkers?
    I need to know if there are a lot of people actually doing/finding jobs there? Or is it a place where people mostly create jobs but no one actually does it?
     
  2. SupremeDev

    SupremeDev Junior Member

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    Which one is more responsive with the jobs, microworkers or minuteworkers?
     
  3. Suwaro626

    Suwaro626 Newbie

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    I've only used minuteworkers so I can't say about microworkers but I find that your job gets completed extremely quickly if you make it a featured job by paying 2 extra dollars.
     
  4. SupremeDev

    SupremeDev Junior Member

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    Thanks for the tip!
    So over the experience of using minuteworkers, can you conclude that they have responsive users or not?
     
  5. SupremeDev

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    In fact here's my main question.
    Which one has more active micro workers and are responsive; microworkers, minuteworkers, mturk or ..?
     
  6. raticals75

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    Both Microworkers and MinuteWorkers are active and responsive. Just make sure you pay good and have a good rating and you will be fine. It is more about how well you pay and getting a good reputation. Then the good workers will come to you.
    PS: There are tons of sites like microwokers that will get your job done. You can also outsource through one good worker off the site to get your job done quicker and for a bulk price.
     
  7. Untouchable

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    From what I have seen unless the payout is high it will take ages for you to get the job done. I haven't tried it though i signed up.
     
  8. Vergo Igo Ti

    Vergo Igo Ti Registered Member

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    I tried minuteworkers, and I didn't have a single worker to complete my job :\

    Usually with Microworkers it goes pretty quickly. It's more expensive though

    Mturk is good too. But I usually have to keep making new accounts.
     
  9. SnowWar

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    I worked in microworkers.
    As far as i know the do not use any fraud technique.
    They are responsive and also a very good platform to do something like this.
     
  10. Kujis

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    I'm testing them now, as an employer. Hopefully I remember to update this post. I made 3 different cloaked CPA offers that allow incentives, all targeted for different countries. It has been 8 hours now and they are all in "Pending" state for now. From what I've read from last year, it's not surprising if it takes a month to get jobs approved. Hopefully that's not the case anymore or my offers would expire before I'm approved, lol. Edit: It's been well over 24 hours now and my jobs are still in "Pending" status.
     
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    filip1122 Newbie

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    Minuteworkers: I have tried it as a worker, 80% of the "jobs" there are a rip-off:
    To get the "job" done, you have to download a file, in order to download the file you have to complete a survey, in this survey, you have to fill in your cell-phone number, where you are subscribing for some retarded service (like you get 2 ringtones for your cellphone every week) and your cellphone provider then charges you 4?/week over your cellphone bill.

    Don't.
     
  12. macdonjo3

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    Micro workers is legit. I've used them and am pleased.
     
  13. goodtimes

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    Micro workers has done extremely well for me. There seems to be more people to get the job done there.

    Minute workers will get it done just a bit slower.

    All of the other crowd sourcing sites I have tested just don't deliver some would stick with micro workers first and minute workers as a back up.
     
  14. Kujis

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    I submitted a ticket and my jobs were approved shortly after. Seems like it's a low priority to get your jobs approved there. Thumbs down! I made 3 simple CPA offers a few days ago with a competitive reward and so far not even one has actually completed one, although many claim to have. I wouldn't use this place for CPA offers. Sorry for the messy text. For some reason this forum doesn't allow me to use line break.