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Updated on May 6, 2012

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Spare change can go a long way

With the growing econmoy proplems and my disability I've had to find alternative ways to make money. My personal favorite is Mechanical Turk. With jobs ranging from $10.00 to $.01 it is an easy way to make some quick money. I will admitt this is not a way to get rich by far, but witht hte rising cost of everything some spare change can go a long way.

The first step

The first step is simply register. It does not take long and you do not have to wait for a lengthy approval process. It only takes you filling out a bit of identifying information.

Second step

Take a stroll and veiw the avalible Human Intelligence Tasks (HITs). The HITs are the jobs that are up for grabs.

Third step

Accept the job of choice. Preform the tasks as specified and submit.


The funds will be deposited in a specfied account or an amazon gift card.

I love this because I will purchse the gift cards for christmas presents. Also, with my laptop or iPhone in hand, I can work while at the park, doctors office, or my daughters ballet lessons. Its quick, its easy and it is done when ever and how often I want.


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      9 years ago

      Im trying to reg the mturk,but the site says only united states people are accepted,Im an Indian,what is way of reg?

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      9 years ago

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      9 years ago

      Hi there,

      Good post... I recently found a site called which is also as good as MTurk... Have a look at it.

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      9 years ago from Texas

      Thank you! I do Mechanical Turk, too! I like it a lot. I trust Amazon most for making extra money online. I have been selling books, doing MT and have been an Amazon Associate for a couple of years now. No, you don't get rich, but the more you put into it, the more you get out. You can trust them with your banking info, and they always pay as promised. :)

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      9 years ago from USA

      no problem. i am on all the time

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      9 years ago from Belize

      Thanks for this tip!


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