What is Microworkers?
Microworkers is a task site, similar to Cloud Crowd. You get paid for each “task” you complete. Some things you might do on Microworkers are “like” various Facebook pages, post things on forums, follow people on Twitter, and so on. It’s pretty easy stuff.
How much does Microworkers pay?
The pay is per task. Easier things pay less, and harder things pay more. Some tasks might pay as little as .10 cents each, while others might pay a few dollars.
When does Microworkers pay?
You can request payout from Microworkers as soon as you have accumulated at least $9 in earnings. It takes them 30 days to process your payment from the date you request it.
How hard is it to get hired by Microworkers?
It’s easy. You just have to sign up and start choosing tasks. There’s no tests or anything to take. They’ll even give you a $1 just for signing up.
Is Microworkers strict about the quality of work?
Because all tasks are put up by different individuals, the answer to this question varies. The person who puts up the tasks has to rate it either “satisfied” or “not satisfied” after you complete it. If you do a task that is not satisfactory, you will not be paid. You must maintain a level of 75 percent satisfactory work to stay on with Microworkers.
Is Microworkers open to people outside the United States?
Yes. In addition to the United States, people from the UK, Canada, Indonesia, and many other countries may apply.
Does Microworkers have a referral program?
Microworkers had a referral program in the past, but I believe that they have expired it.
Do you have personal experience with Microworkers?
I signed up, but have yet to complete any tasks.
Do you recommend Microworkers?
Yes. It seems to be a good way to earn extra money, although some people may frown on the idea of people paying others to gain internet popularity (Facebook followers, Twitter followers, more forum posts, etc.)
Where can I sign up for Microworkers?
You can visit this link to sign up.