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The Bulletin
Winter 2016
Blogger Central
Lesley Taylor
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Working from home concept.About

I had the opportunity to connect with Angelina Conic, Community Management, with  We discussed the work done by the independent contractors known as clickworkers.

Tell me a little bit about

Clickworker was founded in 2005 and is located in Essen, Germany and adopted the idea of crowdsourcing.  “Crowdsourcing – based on crowd and outsourcing – describes a system where tasks and projects are delegated to the intelligent masses: Internet users.”  Large projects are broken down into smaller pieces and each individual Clickworker is able to use their best talents to contribute to the overall project.   Clickworkers are located around the world and I checked to ensure that yes they do contract with Canadians.

What kind of work is it?

The majority of the work is done for websites and is all Internet based.  The typical tasks that a Clickworker can select from include:

  • copywriting,
  • translation,
  • keyword indexing,
  • photo capture,
  • categorization,
  • product reviews,
  • opinion polls, and
  • Internet research.


What are the hours and rate of pay?

As a Clickworker you are paid per task.  The more tasks you complete the more you will earn.  Angelina shared that the average person earns between $8 to $12 per hour.  Setting up a Paypal account allows you to be paid weekly.  The hours are flexible and you can work as much or as little as you want.

Are they legitimate?

Yes.  They offer real opportunities to work from home.   They do not charge any fees or have any additional costs.

Anything else I should know?

Angelina does stress “The most important thing is to take all assessments seriously and qualify with a very good score in order to receive access to available projects.”

Find out more at

By Anne-Marie Rolfe, Manager of Special Projects, The Employment and Education Centre, Brockville, ON 

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Anne-Marie Rolfe is a Work from Home Champion in Stratford, PEI and fully committed to researching, investigating and validating legitimate opportunities to work from home. She regularly blogs about legitimate opportunities to work from home or related topics.

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  1. Profile photo of Scharlene
    May 3, 2013, 2:04 pm   /  Reply

    Thank you for sharing Anne-Marie I’m definitely going to have a look, sounds interesting. Just more resources that can be provided to clients with mobility challenges and also great opportunities for Career professionals seeking part/full time opportunities.

  2. Profile photo of Scharlene
    May 3, 2013, 2:06 pm   /  Reply

    RiseSmart is also another work from home opportunity that is geared to Career Professionals and coaches in case it is not already on your list. You can work for them in Canada or the US.

    • Profile photo of Anne-Marie Rolfe
      May 16, 2013, 4:20 pm   /  Reply

      FYI – I contacted RiseSmart this week and requested an interview. They asked to see my questions in advance and then turned me down.


      • KT
        August 12, 2013, 8:03 am   /  Reply

        Good to know, says something about the Company

  3. KT
    August 12, 2013, 8:02 am   /  Reply

    I will definitely be adding your website as one of my favourites, so I can keep looking at your feedback every week. Thanks for the info, it’s great 🙂

  4. Tony Vancoillie
    March 29, 2014, 12:23 am   /  Reply

    Physically disabled and need both work and pride. What do I do next?

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