Time is really of the essence. This has been the prevalent trend the world over as thousands of chores and obligations crowd in clamoring for our attention. There are a plethora of jobs on the internet which cinch the deal on the time factor. Just as virtual assistants are having a hey time because high scale executives and the busy bodies of the world despise organization and administration as futile and useless demands on their precious schedule, you too can earn a fair bit of cash and goodies, doing the jobs which are rote and sometimes mindless typing and linking.
Such jobs are obviously considered to be lolling about in the bottom rung of the ladder of “virtual money making”. Hey, we are not promising you bullions of gold or beach houses but something is literally better than nothing and you may luck into money, free samples, opening tickets, flowers and mobile accessories trying yourself out at some of the means listed in this section of the 101 blog series.
Since these methods primarily depend upon doing jobs which are time consuming but not particularly challenging, there is no USP inherent in the job specifications exploiting which you can set yourself apart. Writing jobs, for example need fluent linguistic skills. If you can turn a phrase better than Larry on the next computer, chances are you will progress and earn more than good ol’ Larry!
Thus the trick here is to being some value to what you do. Something to swing the deal in your favor! If it is filling out surveys on a regular basis, be prompt and responsive! If it is reviewing samples, take the time out to actually use the product, think of the legitimate pros and cons associated with the product and then pen down the review which will help the sample company to rate the product better. And if it is just luck which is the key factor, keep trying! Every dog has its day and every virtual roulette rookie has his too!
The bottom-line is this: When talent is out of the equation, all the parameters go askew! It is up to you to ensure that you get the most out of your time and provide the best possible service to those who are outsourcing their jobs to you. You may be surprised by the rewards in the long run.