Update 7/31/17 – It has been brought to my attention by some terminated workers that ZeroChaos no longer has their contact with Google for this project.
ZeroChaos occasionally advertises for work from home ads quality raters. This particular position used to be through Workforce Logic, so you might already be familiar with it. Anyway, a job like this is a great option for many people who want to work at home because it's completely non-phone, flexible work. If you have tried applying with or working for Lionbridge, Leapforce, Appen Butler Hill, or any other company that hires for similar positions and either didn't like it or couldn't get accepted, you may want to keep an eye on ZeroChaos for when they have openings.
Currently ZeroChaos requires that you be authorized to work in the US in order to apply and the work must be performed in the US, so this doesn't appear to be open worldwide.
What does an ads quality rater do for ZeroChaos?
This is what the job involves, copy/pasted from the job description:
As an Ads Quality Rater, you will be responsible for reporting and tracking the visual quality and content accuracy of Google advertisements. Ads Quality Raters use an online tool to examine advertising-related data of different kinds and provide feedback and analysis to Google. Projects worked on may involve examining and analyzing text, web pages, images, and other kinds of information.
How much do ads quality raters make?
ZeroChaos pays their raters $15 an hour. Payments are made weekly via direct deposit.
Are you considered an employee or an independent contractor?
You work for ZeroChaos as an employee and you may be eligible for some benefits after a few months of working for them. However, it looks like you're a temporary employee. I've been reading that they will only let you work for them for one year. But the good news there is that you can re-apply and get hired again, but you have to wait three months after your contract has ended to put another application in.
Who is qualified to do the work?
Their job postings state that you must have a college degree. If you do not have a degree, you need to have experience doing this type of work to be considered (I think if you've worked for Lionbridge, Leapforce, etc. that *may* count as experience). You also need college-level fluency in the English language. Even if you don't have a degree or experience, apply anyway. You may still get a response.
What are the tech requirements?
The only thing you need is a high-speed internet connection. It doesn't appear to matter what sort of computer you use.
What is the schedule?
ZeroChaos requires that you work at least 10 hours a week but not more than 30. You are allowed to log on and work whenever you want to as long as you meet the required number of hours each week.
What do people say about working for ZeroChaos?
Most people seem to really like it but are kind of bummed about the maximum 12-month work requirement. Even though you can re-apply three months after your contract has ended, that still leaves you with three months of finding other ways to make money. Definitely keep some other work on the backburner if you decide to do this. Apart from that, it looks like the job is pretty simple and that they pay on time. You can read a few reviews from people who work for the company here at Glassdoor.
How do you apply?
Go here to check for current openings. Good luck!
Want more info on search engine evaluator/ads quality rating work at home jobs?
The e-book, “Make Money From Home As a Google Quality Rater,” breaks it down nicely for you. It's 40 pages worth of text on what Google raters do, where to find the work, and also where to find other Google raters to communicate with online. The book is very highly-rated at Amazon, having 4 stars out of 5 from 66 and counting positive reviews. As of the date of this blog post, the book is also just .99 cents.