Make Money From Home As A Google Rater (Cubicle Freedom Series)

Pinned on July 25, 2013 at 9:35 am by Mary Dunbar

Make Money From Home As A Google Rater (Cubicle Freedom Series)

Are you looking for a way to escape your boring cubicle job and experience the freedom of working online from home?

You can make money online from home as a Google or Bing rater that can replace, or even exceed, the income from your traditional job.

If you are ready to break free from that cubicle, then the Cubicle Freedom Series can give you the information that you need to make that happen.

In this book, you will learn:
— what exactly a Google or Bing rater does
— what the pay rate is for this job
— who does the hiring for this job
— what the requirements are for getting hired as a rater
— what the benefits are of this job
— things you are exposed to as a rater that you may not consider
— where to find other raters online

While this book is short, it gives you all the information that you need to get started as a rater. There are no images in the book to inflate the page count – just facts.

Here’s to YOUR cubicle freedom!


Terry says:

Interesting way to make extra cash online I often wondered if the big search engines really did employ people to rate websites in the index for quality and now I know its true. Not only that, just about anyone can apply for the job. This book explains how to go about that, the criteria you need to meet in order to qualify and what you can expect if you get the job. It totally demystifies this side of online work and provides a solid foundation for anyone interested in supplementing their income. I found this book to be a really useful resource.

Nicholas L. Vulich, Author of Killing the Pre... says:

Haven’t actually tried any of the methods in the book, but seems like it would work Well written authoritative coverage of the topic. Gives you a list of the three companies that hire people to rate websites, and some tips for what each of them expect in a rater.Tells you what you can expect to make on an hourly rate, and how many hours you can expect to work with each company. The author also gives a warning that you’re going to be watching graphic violence, porn, and other disturbing material. Sorry! But, it’s all part of the job.If you’re looking for a way to work at home and make some decent money, you might want to check this one out.

Anonymous says:

If you’ve ever wondered about what’s required to become a Google rater, this guide provides the info you need in a concise and coherent manner. The author obviously knows her subject, and her “no fluff” approach for laying it out in the book is one I wish more authors would follow.

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