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What to do with $20 on Mturk requester account?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Redrinth, Oct 6, 2016.

  1. Redrinth

    Redrinth Registered Member

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    What can I do with $20 in a mturk requester account to profit?
     
  2. Redrinth

    Redrinth Registered Member

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    anyone?
     
  3. Motherdex

    Motherdex Regular Member

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    Depends.. are you okay with burning the account or you want it long term? Although against TOS you can route people to affiliate links/offers... anything else I think is too long term and requires more investment/set up.
     
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    I'm looking for something that'll be long term. I was thinking I could pay people to write reviews for items and websites and post that to a site i make for affiliate marketing but idk if that'll be worth it
     
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    Fair enough!! So in terms of that I would say that you could do that - I feel the biggest barrier to overcome is the pricing of posting tasks on MTurk versus what you can get people to pay for services and how much you can squeeze out for yourself. There is one person that I know does website reviews but his reputation has gone to pot lately. If you decide to do this I suggest that you pay fairly and keep good communication with the workers.. once you get a bad reputation on TO it becomes harder and harder to get good workers. Would love to talk more about it if I can be of help from a workers perspective. It is something I have thought about a lot but never pulled the trigger.

    Okay was going to find the link to the review guy for you and looks like he is decommissioning his site/service. I find it interesting considering what I know from the worker perspective! http://feedbackarmy.com/