Clickworker Payment Proof

I spent a little over a year working with Clickworker. This is for anyone who wondered if Clickworker was a scam and hopefully my proof of payments will prove that it’s not.

This is for anyone who wondered if Clickworker was a scam and hopefully my proof of payments will prove that it’s not. I spent a little over a year working with Clickworker (UHRS only). I tried to work a couple of hours each month or more to sustain decent payments from Clickworker. To receive a payment, you need to have at least $5.

Below are screenshots of all my invoices from working. As you can see, my payments started out small but when I got the hang of it, my payments started increasing. As I said earlier – I only worked a couple of hours each month. Sometimes more – sometimes less.

I put all my payments into a spreadsheet to add them up. Total comes out to $1,669.77 since I started. My 2015 form 1099 from Clickworker was $1,022.67.

clickworker-invoice-spreadsheet

Lastly, here is a screenshot of some of my PayPal payments received from Clickworker as further proof.

clickworker-paypal-payments

Check out my YouTube video of how to join Clickworker and exactly what you need to do in order to start earning an income.

If you have any questions about Clickworker, let me know and I’ll try to answer to the best of my knowledge.



What is Clickworker?

Clickworker is an online-based workflow system. Clickworker hires workers willing to complete tasks through its online system and workers get paid per task completed.

ClickworkerClickworker is an online-based workflow system. What that means is, there are companies that have tasks that need to be complete by humans. Clickworker hires workers willing to complete tasks through its online system and workers get paid per task completed. It’s completely free to sign-up and there’s no fees. Payments will be sent directly to a worker’s PayPal account.

When you first signup, you need to complete as much of your profile as you can. Then, you need to fill out all of your contact details – even your phone number, so they can verify you. Once you’ve been verified, you’ll be invited to take the Clickworker assessments. If passed, you’ll further be invited to Clickworker’s UHRS marketplace. The UHRS marketplace is where all of the tasks are – and this is where you will make money. Tasks are always available, they always vary, and new ones are always added.

Clickworker UHRS Marketplace

Once you’re in the UHRS marketplace, you can work all you want, on any task type. However, before you start on a certain task, you must complete the qualification. The qualification is simply what the task is. You must pass the qualification to continue that certain task. Each task even provides guidelines on how to complete it. If you read and understand the guidelines, you should have no trouble passing the qualifications. And note here that you’re doing this all by yourself. You have no managers, no supervisors – it’s all pretty much automated.

Clickworker UHRS Marketplace Tasks

Once you start on tasks just know that the system that’s in place does check for spam answers. You can’t cheat your way through tasks. You if start to do poorly on a task, you will be notified and kicked out of that task with a cool-down period.

So far I’ve been working with the UHRS marketplace for about a month now – I haven’t even put in a lot of hours, and I’ve made around $85. If you’re willing to work it’s a great opportunity – this is a place where you can actually earn a decent extra income.

Note: In this article, I have placed my Clickworker referral links.



 

How to Tether Android Phone

Have you ever wondered how you can tether your Android phone? It’s actually easier than you think. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how simple it is to set up a mobile hotspot.

There may be certain situations where you need to gain internet access on a device (other than your phone) while traveling. You might have your smartphone handy but you need a connection on a different device (perhaps a laptop). Well, tethering your Android smartphone can be a life saver.

You can gain access to internet from your Android device two ways: Mobile Hotspot or USB tethering

Settings > Connections > More networks > Tethering and Mobile hotspots

Android: Tethering and Mobile Hotspot

 

Mobile Hotspot

If you click on Mobile Hotspot, you will see your Wi-Fi hotspot name.

Android Mobile Hotspot Name

You can then click on your phone’s menu button and configure your SSID (Hotspot name) and password – if you want a secure hotspot. If not, you can click on the access point and choose All devices. You can then flip on the switch to enable your hotspot. You will be prompted that your phone’s Wi-Fi connection will be turned off to enable tethering.

Android Mobile Hotspot Enabled

Your Android phone will now have a hotspot connection enabled. You will see the Wi-Fi network available on other devices.

Android Mobile Hotspot Active

 

USB tethering

USB tethering is quite a bit easier to use considering you won’t need to configure anything. It’s mostly plug-n-play. This option will only become available when you have a USB cord connected (you can use the charger cord it came with). Once you connect the USB to both the phone and other device (with a USB port) this option will now be available. You can check the box and the connection will show up on your other device – ready to connect.

Android USB Tethering

 

Other notes

You can’t tether a Wi-Fi connection that you’re currently connected to. You will be using your phone carrier’s network (3G, 4G).

You probably won’t want to provide an open hotspot. This would only be ideal if you have some friends around and you want to provide quick access to an internet connection.

I prefer to use USB tether. A Wi-Fi hotspot could technically be unreliable and insecure.

Before tethering, it’s best to know what your phone contract allows – what your data cap is, any tethering charges, etc.



What is WebAnswers?

Is WebAnswers the new Yahoo Answers? WebAnswers actually offers incentives to users that are answering questions.

 
WebAnswers

Ask a question, get an answer? One day, I had stumbled upon WebAnswers and I was very impressed with what they were doing – offering incentives to people answering questions. Just what I had always hoped Yahoo Answers would do – and even though WebAnswers is still in beta (at this time), it’s showing great potential.
 
A screenshot of WebAnswers  Alexa rating.
 

How can you earn money?

I’m still new to this website but I’m excited to start earning some money (hopefully). Oh wait, but how can you actually earn money? Well, to be eligible you need to answer at least 50 questions. Once complete, you can link your Google AdSense account (or create one). You can start earning a percentage from ads placed around your answered/awarded questions. Here’s how it works.

How does WebAnswers work?

Another way of earning some extra income from this website is by using their referral program. If you start referring others and they earn some income from WebAnswers, you will receive a percentage of that as well. Plus, you can even receive a percentage of ad impressions on all direct traffic from your links. Want to know more? Check out their Frequently Asked Questions.
 

Final thoughts

For quite some time, I always wondered why Yahoo Answers never implemented a payment system for people that answered (or were awarded) questions. They have such a huge user base that not having an incentive program is kind of a slap in the face for all its dedicated users answering questions. If you’re a heavy Yahoo Answers user, you may want to try out WebAnswers instead.

Will you get rich using this website? No… but it’s definitely a place that you can potentially earn some extra income. Since I’m still new to this website, I’ll be probably be writing a review in the near future.

Note: In this article, I have placed my WebAnswers affiliate links.