Discussion in 'Great HITs' started by ChrisM77, Dec 12, 2012.
okay did enough medcrowds to get to $5 on the day already, time for sleep...
well see what they say to your email if they respond... far worse requesters have been known to reverse rejections...
What about that Inquisit 3 download? Is it trustworthy, it says the dig sig has expired on it.
These would be okay, but a lot of the businesses I'm finding don't have email addresses and it won't let you submit without them. GAH
EDIT: Now it's saying the street address I provided isn't valid. It's in the 20 mi radius and the right address. I haven't been able to submit one yet. I give up on these, going to medcrowd.
Any tips/tricks on these medcrowds? I'm kinda slow going with them.
Don't try to rush yourself....I know that sounds silly when you are trying to speed up how fast you are doing them, but until you get the hang of them, the faster you try to go the more you are going to have to stop and fix mistakes. ;-)
Title: Psychology study - judgment and decision making (10-12 minutes)
Requester: Hal Hershfield [A3N9P4VPHUDPX1] (TO)
Description: You will be answering a questionnaire using an external survey link. The questions will concern your preferences and attitudes about yourself.
Qualifications: HIT approval rate (%) is not less than 95, Location is US
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Good TO we will see if it's quick. Right at five minutes.
8 min here, thanks!
Get a groove going, that's the biggest thing. Copy all the info you can from the page and paste it into one line, then cut and paste from there. The phone & fax fields will autoformat the numbers so any extraneous words won't show up, so don't worry about precisely highlighting them (ex. if it reads "phone: 123-456-7890" copy the whole thing by triple-clicking the line, only the number will show up when pasted in the field). Similarly, extra commas at the end of the address fields will be taken care of.
Split screen if you've got the monitor real estate.
Only thing I haven't found a shortcut for so far is getting rid of the punctuation in am/pm for the office hours and formatting in general when it's not an easy cut+paste.
I have been keeping the am pm's in the times are we not supposed to do this?
Title: Easy survey about interesting topics
Requester: Yale Cognition & Development Lab [A1B2ILT2409W4R] (TO)
Qualifications: HIT approval rate (%) is not less than 90, Location is US
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Take your time! Give yourself 2-3 minutes for the 1st 100 HITs. It should become muscle memory after that.
From what I got from the instructions, he wants am/pm, he just doesn't want it punctuated as "a.m./p.m.", which some sites have it annoyingly listed as. It just bogs down completion time when you have to hunt down periods.
Research Study on Consumer Behavior
Requester: Academic Research
$0.50, decent TO
I think I am going to open notepad and have the am/pm there so I can just drag it in or copy and paste. I am also going to keep the phrase "no hours listed" in it as well. Looks like most of these dentists don't have hours listed. This way I don't have to keep typing it in.
University Research About Relationships - $0.20 with potential $0.80 bonus
Rate some English words
Requester: Language Learning Laboratory
$0.50, good TO...it sounds like it could be a lot of work, I'll let you know.
Edit: Took me 22.5 minutes, kind of mind-numbing.
Notepad might not be a bad idea. I just went with "n/a" for hours though, quick and easy.
I just installed inquisit for that smoking HIT for the first time. Do I remove it? Or if there happens to be another HIT with inquisit, it will automatically work?
Edit: Don't listen to me.