If you’re not familiar with Lionbridge jobs, such as ad and Internet raters, you’re really missing out on a great opportunity to work at home. Lionbridge is one of the larger search engine evaluator companies, along with Leapforce, Appen, and ZeroChaos. (I have a page with ad and Internet rating companies if you’re looking for more).
Lionbridge Jobs You Can Do at Home – Ad and Internet Raters
Along with Internet and Internet assessor jobs, Lionbridge also offers the following work from home positions:
- Multimedia Judge
- Internet Search Administrator
- Query Understanding Judge
- Ad Assessor
- Speller Web Content Assessor
- Internet Crowd Worker
- Web Content Assessor
- Internet Assessor
- Social Media Rater
And these are only the jobs in the United States! They hire all over the world, it seems. But given that they always seem to be hiring ad an Internet raters, I decided to focus on this particular position for this post.
What does an Internet assesor do?
If you’re not familiar with search engine evaluation as a contract job, it basically involves evaluating search engine results for relevance. For instance, if you were to do a search for the Cincinnati Reds, you would be presented with a number of results.
The franchise’s website would be highly relevant, but a blog would only be somewhat relevant. If a summer soccer league’s website popped up in the results, that would not be relevant at all. Of course, there is a little more to it than that, but if you are an avid Internet researcher and are frustrated with the search results you get sometimes, then this may be the right job for you!
How much does it pay?
Lionbridge jobs require a minimum of 15 hours per week, up to a maximum of 20 hours. They do not seem to hire full-time workers, and they all seem to be independent contractor positions. Pay is not divulged, but I have seen somewhere around $12 per hour.
While it may not make you rich, working as a Lionbridge Internet assessor could provide you with a decent second income, especially if you’re a work-at-home parent. No phone work is involved, either. Yeah! (I hate phone work, but that’s just me). And pay is once a month, which is not my preferred frequency (I like weekly or biweekly…makes for easier budgeting!)
Is it legitimate?
Yes! This is not a scam in the least bit. This is one of the most popular types of online work for a good reason! While I have not worked for Lionbridge, I have worked for ZeroChaos, Appen, and iSoftStone and loved this type of work .
How can I apply?
Lionbridge often posts its jobs on Indeed.com, but I’d also bookmark their careers page (just click on your country of residence for job openings) and keep checking back. I also post Lionbridge jobs when I see them here on my work from home jobs page.
What do people say about working for Lionbridge?
If you’re looking for some first-hand information from people who have had Lionbridge jobs, then head on over to Glassdoor.com and Indeed.com for reviews from people who are working there or have worked there in the past.