UHRS seems to be an instant favorite for people getting into online money-making. There are several reasons for this, such as:
- Easy Signup and you can Quickly start working.
- Simple Interface. Just start working on whatever is available.
- Timely payments. UHRS offloads your earnings to the contractors every week without fail (Though your contractor might want to hold on to your payment for some time).
If you, too, like the idea of an Internet Judging website where you just log in and begin working on any task that’s available, then you might be interested in these sites below.
Neevo by Defined Crowd
Neevo is the best Internet Judging platform after UHRS. There is a consistent amount of work available every month, plus the interface looks very modern and appealing.
It works flawlessly on a mobile device as well, and you can easily judge tasks with your smartphone (at the same speed you would do on a desktop). Their pay rate is slightly better than UHRS, but they are also notorious for rejecting several tasks.
Another great thing about Neevo is that they have no payment thresholds. They will pay you for every job, even if you earned just a few cents. I have received payments as low as 0.03$ from them for tasks that I tried and quit later on.
If you signup and see no tasks available for a week or more, then try the tips given in this article. They might help.
Remotasks launched just a few years back but has built a massive crowd force within a short span of time. It has a beautiful interface on the website, and it makes working on their tasks even better.
Their training sessions (before you can begin a particular task) are more rigorous than others. This might be great for inexperienced raters, but can be a bit frustrating for the experienced ones.
Once you clear the training, it is as easy as it gets. Just log in and begin working. They pay every week via Paypal (5$ minimum). To earn a higher amount, try working on their LiDAR tasks.
Fun Fact: It is the only company I found that is working on self-driving car tech. A lot of tasks you do here might help in the evolution of Self-driving cars.
Toloka by Yandex (a Russian search engine company) is another internet judging platform. Just like UHRS helps improve search engines like Google and Bing, Toloka is meant to do the same for Yandex.
The flow is very similar to UHRS as well. You get guidelines for a task. Then you are required to pass an exam and after that you can begin working on it.
The only problem is that the earnings are very slow in the beginning. The earning potential of this site is among the lowest of all, sometimes as low as 1$/hour (For some countries). But there are some tips mentioned in the guide that can help you earn more from it.
Other websites that can get you rating work
There are some more websites that can get you this kind of rating work, but they are not as integrated as the sites listed above.
So it might not be as easy as logging in, reading the guidelines, and begin working. These sites have a client that requires such kind of work, and they will directly connect you to that client.
Though more complicated, this method can get you access to better-paying work and more work availability (since only a selected few are able to work). Sites that can get you these jobs are:
It is because it is a great way to earn in countries where it is available. There’s plenty of work available and some madlads even earn a full-time income from it.
The only reason I mentioned it in the list of other sites is that it is not available everywhere. But if it allows signing up in your country, you should definitely give it a try.
Appen has a tonne of long-term projects from social media and search engine giants. These projects require you to log in to their dedicated tool and work your rating/judging tasks on them.
Look out for projects that mention social media evaluation or search engine evaluation on your available projects. Check out the guide for tips on how to qualify for more projects in Appen.
Lionbridge also has a lot of rating/judging tasks from time to time. They are in the form of “Map Quality Analyst“, or “Online Task Contributor“, or similar.
To find out such jobs in Lionbridge, check out their Job portal and search for jobs in your country. There are new listings from time to time, so remember to have a look every month or so.