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Creating a successfull job for workers is a pretty straightforward process, with that in mind, there are things you should and should not do as an employer to ensure a successful job.
First, create a job with a reasonable number of completions. Creating your first job with 100 or more workers needed is not a good idea simply because you have no idea the response you'll get.
1. Does my Title share enough information?
2. Am I targeting the right Countries and Catagorizing the Job Correctly?
3. Could the majority of internet users understand and complete your Job?
4. Am I compensating the worker enough to complete the Job?
5. Is the Job EASY to complete in 3-5 minutes?
First, make sure you write a descriptive, specific Job Title. The Job Title is the first thing people browsing jobs are going to see. Just putting "Sign Up" or "Complete" in the title is not enough information for the workers and will be passed over by most workers.
Signup For A Free Clixsense Account
Like us On Facebook.
Download Free Puzzle Game
Create a Free SFI Account
Post a Positive Review On XYZ.com
Comment On My Blog Post Review our product
By being specific in your Job Title you will get more Quality and Quantity completions.
We highly recommend creating jobs with a lower number of completions required such as 10 or 20, if the job is successful then create another of the same job with more completions. It's important to test and ensure you are atracting the right works to the right jobs, this benefits both us and employers.
Please note, if you add completions and your account runs out of funds, the job will be taken offline, an email will be sent to the email on file and the job will not receive anymore completions until funds are added and you resume the job on the My Jobs page.
The most successful job postings are ones thatpay a reasonable amount for the amount of work required.
Your job should also have as few requirements as possible. This means, if you are creating a "Signup" offer, do not require the user to create an account, view 100 sites, get 10 referrals, etc.
Paying a fair amount is very important if you want to create a successful job.
Let's say you are in Clixsense and you put up a job to get new referrals. Let's say on average the referral is worth $.50 to you. Creating a job that pays .10 is not in yours or the workers best interest, paying $.25 however would be very productive.
We see some people create jobs where they expect the user to signup at a site, then view say 40 ads and pay them .05 cents. Listen, this is not going to work. You are not compensating the user nearly enough for their time. You will most likely get little to no completions on this type of request.
We highly recommend when pricing jobs to pay the worker AT LEAST 50% of what the payout to you would be. While we can't force this on anyone, it is a good rule to work by. You will create happy workers who like your jobs and complete your other future jobs.
Remember, as an employer your rating is shown, if people are not satisfied because you are not honoring their completions or are not happy with the payout this will reflect in your Employer rating.
Affiliate programs are a great start if you don't have a website. Free to signup offers will give you a good balance of quanitity and quality signups.
Micro Jobs are considered "incentivized" by any CPA network. This means you can't pay people to complete something (you can but if you get caught your account will most likelybe banned on their platform). If the offer on the network does not allow Incentives.
Do not create jobs that:
After a worker submits proof it will show on your My Jobs page under the associated job below "Your Posted Jobs"
You will see your job description and "Pending Approvals: [#]". If there are more than 0 pending approvals, click view and you will be presented with the current pending submissions. Simply check the proof and approve or decline the submissions individually.
Note: Once someone has submitted proof to a job you have 48 hours to approve or decline it. If you do not decline the proof within 48 hours of job submission the proof will be auto-accepted by the sytem.
On the pending job approvals page you can also view previously approved and declined submissions by clicking the associated link near the top of the page.
Once you post a job, you can link directly to that job with your referral link pointing at the job details page.
We have several automated measures in place to reduce fraud. Additionally we manually spot check job submissions and compare to the proof requested to ensure the highest quality of work. While we can't get every case identified we diligently work to reduce fraud.
Additionally, if you find workers were auto approved which did not complete all proof simply submit a support ticket and we will review and possibly refund the amount removed during the auto confirmation. Simply submit a support request with details.
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