Hello Ladies and Gents!

This will be a post series of my journey in making money online from start until I get my first Paypal Payment. I want to share with you my experience with Microworkers.com.  It is a website where there are employers post a micro job and workers get paid to do it. The usual  rate is between 0.10 – 0.60 depends on the type of task. These tasks are usually very simple like voting, liking a facebook page, answering questions in yahoo answers, add to G+, bookmarking and a lot more. 

First 3 days of work
I opened an account in Yahoo Answers, Twitter, bookmarking sites like delicious, signing up for another email and FB accounts. I answered questions in Yahoo Answers until I got a level 2 account which is a must so I can accept Yahoo Answers tasks. 

I  finished 20 tasks and waited for the employers to rate my performance. If they are satisfied with the task you submitted, they will pay you within 7 days. The rule is, your ” temporary success rate” should not be lower than 75% otherwise you cannot submit a task. You should only accept task that you can finish or else your reputation and success rate will be affected.  

How I work…
I read first the necessary proofs and finished the task before hitting  “I accept this job” button. 

Microworkers is just perfect for my busy schedule. I work when I have the time. Yes, the rates are quite small but it is better than nothing at all. I don’t accept tasks that will take so much of my time as it is not worth it. I accept tasks that I know I can finish within 2-5 mins. 

I read quite a number of bad reviews about this company but there are others who can confirm that it is legit. I am taking a risk in this journey. Thus, the purpose of this series.


As you can see, I already have $6.29 on my account and I intend to withdraw when I reached $9. Only up to this amount, I am willing to take the risk. 

Next episode will be my first withdrawal. So, please watch out for that. If you have any questions, please leave a comment below or you may use my contact me form so I can respond to you directly. 

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Be inspired, be motivated. Thank you for reading and see you in my next post. 

P.S. I did not receive any payments from Microworkers or any third party for this review. Everything in this post are solely my opinion based on my experience. This is not a promotion of the company. I am sharing this to help you earn money online but please take note of the risk involved in the process. 

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  • Feral Turtle February 1, 2013, 5:18 pm

    This is interesting. I’m afraid if I try to make my blog into a business that I will lose interest. I just do it for fun mostly and also to keep a diary for my kids of our house renovations. In fact I think I do it mostly for my kids to make them proud of their old mum lol. But I am excited for you if this turns out to be a money maker. Good Luck Judy!

  • Judy diyAddict February 1, 2013, 6:02 pm

    They should be proud of you. You are one talented and hardworking mommy. It is hard to be a mother as we know it. It is nice to blog because you love to and not because of money. In this way you are enjoying and having fun.

    This is actually just an experimentation, I like how I am doing so far. Thanks karen for stopping by. See you around.

  • Blogging while single and over 30 February 6, 2013, 6:53 pm

    I’m thinking about trying this. How is it going thus far? Thanks for the info!

    • Judy diyAddict February 7, 2013, 3:33 am

      Hi, I am still working on it slowly and haven’t reached the desired amount so i can qualify to my first withdrawal. I was kind of bz lately with my 2 sites. Don’t worry I’ll update this as soon as I can. Thanks for stopping by, Jessie.


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