List of 17 sites that provide proofreading jobs

Proofreading  jobs

Are you interested in online proofreading jobs? Then you should have a good standard in the concerned language, especially grammar and spelling. You should also have a high level of concentration, accuracy and attention to detail. Proof reading is an extremely responsible job as it is the final stage in the editorial process. So don’t take the job lightly. On this page you can find a list of 17 sites that pay for online proofreading jobs. You can check with those sites and learn more about the position and qualifications required. The point to be noted is that some sites may require highly qualified experts in the field, while some others may provide the same job even to newbies without experience. Firstly check with all the sites given and understand their requirements. This will make you more confident for deciding which sites you should apply first. On this page you can also go through the list of sites which provides proofreading software, online sites where you can test your proof reading skills, and sites where you can get training for proofreading.

If you are a language expert the proofreading job will be perfect for you. For getting experience you can start your proofreading career with freelance job sites or gig sites.

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List of 17 sites that provide proofreading jobs

Below given is a list of sites that provide proofreading software. Proofreading software helps to save time by quickly checking and reviewing any spelling, grammar as well as punctuation mistakes. They also give suggested alternative words or phrases that can be used to widen your vocabulary and improve your writing. Some of them will also provide templates that will give you assistance for constructing your writing. You should not completely depend on any proofreading software because some types of errors may not be considered as a mistake by the software.

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36 sites that pay for virtual jobs

Virtual jobs

On this page I have given emphasis on home based virtual assistant jobs. Online virtual assistant jobs are mostly clerical jobs done for a company or an individual from remote. If you are good at clerical jobs and can handle work independently, you can use Facebook, twitter or any other social media account for promoting your skills. If you are allergic to social media, you can go through the list of 36 sites given below on this page which specializes in providing home based virtual assistant jobs.

Below are some examples of jobs that you would be doing as a virtual assistant. Please study them closely and decide whether you have the technical skills, knowledge and equipment (like a good laptop or desktop, high-speed unlimited broadband connection, training and so on…). If not you can acquire the skill through any online training.

Here are some typical tasks that you’ll be doing, if you’ve been hired as a Virtual Assistant.

Life Coaching, Event Planning, Project Management, Advertising, Excel, Real Estate Services, Appointments, Human Resources, Resumes / CVs, Blog Design, Internet Research, Search Engine Optimization, Blog Maintenance, Legal Assistance, Social Media, copyediting, Marketing, Taxes, Customer Service, Medical Billing, Transcription, Data Entry, Newsletter Assistance, Translation, Office Assistance, Web Design, Database Maintenance, PDF Creation, Word Processing, Word Processing, Phone Services, Editing/Proofreading, PowerPoint Presentations, Accounting/Bookkeeping, Email management, Office correspondence, Online Calendar Management / Appointment setting, Travel booking/Online purchasing, Website management, Blogging/Content Writing, Social Media Marketing and Management, Customer Service/Answering Calls, Graphic design /Logo/Brochures /Marketing collateral, Online presence and Brand Management …

I have also provided a list of 36 sites where you can find home based virtual assistant jobs. You can register to as many of them and gain some insight of the jobs listed in them and get thorough on the skills before accepting any job. If you register on many sites then you will have a continuous flow of work. You should have the ability to manage your work schedule. After starting to accept the jobs you should always keep the list of jobs you have done and how you did it and in how much time. This will help you while undertaking other future jobs.

36 sites that pay for virtual jobs

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List of 26 sites that will pay you for micro jobs

Micro Jobs

Micro jobs are simpler and easier when compared with the jobs found in micro gig sites. The pay is lesser when compared to micro gigs, usually between $0.01 and $5.00. Basically no experience is needed to do such jobs. If you are supposed to get $0.10 per task and you do 50 tasks, then you will get $5.00 without any reduction in the payment. Sometimes there is only an e currency fee. But if you are doing a micro gigs job, the owner of the site where you find the job will take a small commission. For eg: if you have completed a gig for $5.00, you will get only $4.00 or $4.50. That means if you do 50 jobs instead of getting $250.00 you will be paid only $200.00 or $225.00. Micro jobs mostly include simple jobs like signing up for a site, downloading something, completing offers, surveys, sharing or for likes in the Facebook or similar sites, following in twitter and so on.

List of 26 sites that pays for doing micro jobs

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Top 71 sites that pay for online freelance jobs

Online Freelance Jobs

Online freelance job is a boon to today’s world which our predecessors could not enjoy. There are many sites which act as a marketplace for job seekers and job providers. They connect freelance professionals from around the world. Some sites are free to join while others accept a small subscription fee. Freelancers can register to these sites with or without subscription fee. After registering with these sites freelancers can bid on projects posted by the employers. If you are a freelancer, you can also advertise to employers, showcase your portfolio or even promote your website through these sites.

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Types of online jobs usually done by freelancers


List of 71 freelance job sites

Types of online jobs usually done by freelancers

Some of the freelance jobs that can be done online are given below. These jobs can also be done through gig sites. For more information regarding gig sites, click here → List of gig sites

Data entry, web designing, marketing, accounting, networking, business consulting, programming, lead generation, illustration and painting, graphic designing, online training, editing, translation, copywriting, proof reading, CAD drafting, cartoon illustration, 3D animation, Html programming, visual basic programming, email marketing, HR and payroll, technical support, financial reporting, telemarketing, order processing, audio video editing, photo editing, book illustration, interior designing, greeting card illustration, software testing, animation, bookkeeping, transcription, 3D graphic designing, public relations, jingle writing, technical writing, SEO, medical writing, commercial photography, mural painting, office architecture, personal assistant, market research, logo design, medical transcription, speech writing, architectural illustration, software designing, creative writing, language translation, commercial videography, embedded systems programming, academic writing, technical training, legal translation, journalistic videography, portrait illustration, international marketing, brochure designing, traditional illustration, product illustration etc…

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39 sites that pay for translation jobs

Translation jobs

Translation job is the best job for people proficient in at least two languages. Even professionals not related to translation like engineers, lawyers, teachers, etc. are doing translation jobs. Usually it is regarded that the pay for translation job is low especially for the newbies. Experienced translators do admit that it takes from one year to a few years to get established in this field. But my point is that then why do professionals from other fields where they are supposed to get better pay enter into the translation field. Then why do they undergo more and more training to improve their translation skills. It simply means that it is a good field where anyone can find a bright future. The demand for translators is increasing day by day. You can even make a blog or a site and promote your services. Apart from translation if you are good at teaching then you can add teaching languages also as your expertise. If you are intending to promote translation services through your blog or site, then firstly you have to promote your site. If you are not good at online marketing, then you can use some paid services for promoting your site. I have included here a list of 39 sites that pay for translation.

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Some useful tips for translators

List of CAT tools

List of 39 sites that pay for translation jobs

Some useful tips for translators

1.    You should never accept a job if you know that you can’t do it perfectly.
2.    Before getting established as a translator, you can rely on language teaching jobs as a side or part time job.
3.    Enough time should be allotted for proof reading.
4.    Register with as many translation agencies as you can. It will help to get continuous flow of work
5.    Use computer assisted translation tools(CAT Tools)



List of CAT tools


List of 39 sites that pay for translation jobs

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