What is a Leapforce Search Engine Evaluator

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It is hard to know when to quit your day job, but if you never really had a true one it can be quite easy to explore different paths in life. Before joining Leapforce, I attempted a couple of those at home sales businesses. Convincing people to buy makeup or candles isn’t the easiest thing in the world. Usually they have to already be a fan to be interested. Plus I’m just not the salesperson type. I prefer people to just come to me to buy things rather than having to convince them why they should buy this or buy that. And if you aren’t good at selling that means you are not making enough money to actually support all a work at home business needs let alone spending money for yourself. Lets just say I probably spent more money trying to get customers than actually earning money.

How I Found Leapforce

While trying to find better ventures online I stumbled upon wahm.com and Work Place Like Home. These sites are amazing resources for those looking to find legitimate work at home jobs. This is where I found Leapforce. As with any work at home job I was at first a little skeptical that it was actually a real job and not a scam. There are so many ways to earn money online but often it is hard to tell what is a real opportunity and what is not. However, I did my research (which I love to do) and found only nice things about it.

What Does a Search Engine Evaluator Do?

Okay. Basically it is kind of what it sounds like.  Your job is to evaluate and improve search enginge results. Sounds useful, right? I know I use search engines regularly and want the results to be as useful as possible for me. That’s the job- make search engine results more helpful to users. How do you do that? Well, that’s something you learn once you are hired. The jist though is that you do a variety of tasks while adhering to specific guidelines that in turn help improve search engine results. Leapforce explains it like this: “Search Engine Evaluators provide feedback on search engine results by measuring the relevance and usefulness of web pages in correlation to predefined queries, by providing comparative analysis of sets of search engine results and various other techniques”. As with any job there are pros and cons of being a search engine evaluator for Leapforce.

Have you found any work at home jobs you love and trust? Please share. Everyone could use some extra money.

Disclosure

Krystle Cook – the creator of Home Jobs by MOM – put her psychology degree on a shelf and dived into a pile of diapers and dishes instead. She is a wife and mother to two rambunctious boys, sweating it out in her Texas hometown. She loves cooking, DIY home projects, and family fun activities.

Comments

  1. Susan Cooper says:

    It is great that you found a site that suit your needs of working home and being a reputable company. Sadly there are many out here that are not. Good post. 🙂

  2. I am also not a salesperson type I do sell Avon but I am not one to go out annoying people trying to get them to buy from me I just sell to a few people. Leapforce sounds interesting

    • Leapforce is a good gig. I love it. I thought I could do Avon because you can sell online too but that was hard without a customer base.

  3. I recently came across and applied to Leapforce. Unfortunately I did not pass the final block (passed the first 3). I get a retest but I’m a little nervous. I thought I had followed the guidelines. Any tips? Also how many hours are you able to work? I’m looking for 15-25hours a week. Is this feasible with Leapforce?

    • I can’t really give any tips as I’m sure the test has changed since I took it almost 4 years ago. Some people say it’s a way of thinking and applying the guidelines a certain way. Hours vary. Summers are pretty slow but when work is regular 15-25 can be possible sometimes more than that depending on the times you can work. Oh yeah, do the simulations that may help. Good luck!

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