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Discussion in 'Great HITs' started by Tjbot, Mar 12, 2018.
nevermind. I must be drunk already
Just had a hit requiring Java. Threw it back into the pond.
They've been posting but I missed it. Don't know if it's the same one as the $15 but there was one for $12. Panda: https://worker.mturk.com/projects/3H8TR1N9M33WBDMR9MQ5NFWCX2VEC0/tasks/accept_random
Just caught it.
Title: Ratings of Ideas | AcceptA
Requester: Stanford GSB Behavioral Lab [A3OSXTUM1QEXNY] Contact
TV: [Hrly: $15.70] [Pay: 3.27] [Fast: 3.73] [Comm: null] [Rej: 0] [ToS: 0] [Blk: 0]
TO: [Pay: 3.34] [Fast: 4.22] [Comm: 3.62] [Fair: 4.47] [Reviews: 564] [ToS: 7]
TO2: [Hrly: $6.50] [Pen: 0.76 days] [Res: ---] [Rec: 100% of 6] [Rej: 0] [ToS: 0] [Brk: 0]
Duration: 12 hours
Description: You are invited to participate in a study that require you to rate ideas for a new product name. Get $15 for 150 minutes!
Requirements: Qualification_45 EqualTo 3; HIT approval rate (%) GreaterThan 95; Location EqualTo US
Google really needs to rethink their dumbass lock-out setup.
Just got a Zoltar which linked to a Facebook page I needed to log on to see. With my non-existent Facebook account. OK, most people have a Facebook account, real or otherwise, but now I am supposed to have accounts to all these damn social networking sites just in case?
It begs the question, what percentage of turkers would, er, "improvise" something based on the URL and what percentage would return it and get locked out for the next hour?
I have a whole set of social media accounts just for Turking.
Last two phone surveys I've done from google haven't worked on my not-even-three-year-old-phone. I've quit even trying.
Hard to ask what in the hell this survey is asking without revealing the survey itself. But, will go for it: Is it asking what site gave you the "result" or the site in the "result". Directions are vague. I despise vague directions
Title: Answer questions about local Google searches | AcceptA
Requester: Jeff Gates [A2BMUZVSCW00FF] Contact
TV: [Hrly: $14.19] [Pay: 4.20] [Fast: null] [Comm: null] [Rej: 0] [ToS: 0] [Blk: 0]
TO: [Pay: 3.00] [Fast: 4.00] [Comm: 0.00] [Fair: 5.00] [Reviews: 1] [ToS: 0]
TO2: [Hrly: ---] [Pen: ---] [Res: ---] [Rec: 0% of 1] [Rej: 0] [ToS: 1] [Brk: 0]
Duration: 30 minutes
Requirements: Total approved HITs GreaterThanOrEqualTo 1000; Location In CA, US; HIT approval rate (%) GreaterThanOrEqualTo 99
Requesters love 'em. All the better to reject you with.
Yeah. I assumed that it was the former at first but then switched after I saw the third one. So my answer is: "I have no idea, either.".
Silly me gave it a try. I don't get it. Whatever the answer to your question, this survey makes no damn sense.
And I cannot fathom a reason it needs to be done on my phone.
I sent it back two different times. Thought maybe I misread directions on first try. Returned, and accepted another when I got locked out. I gave up and returned again. I could only imagine what the are thinking when perusing through the results. That's their fault though, with the lack of directions.
Looks like I wasn't alone at all with the confusion. I thought maybe I was missing something.
I got all the way to then end at which point it basically tells you the answer. I guessed wrong, so I guess I am returning this.
The words "from" and "for" apparently mean different things to google.
You were more persistent and patient with it than I was
This survey requires a minimum time limit per block of questions and you were below this minimum threshold.
That's a first; I'm one of the slowest survey takers out there. Submitted anyways. I read every damn word of the survey and got a code.
Title: 5-minute Survey for American Adults | AcceptA
Requester: Sarah Manney [A3HOL36U0NX3P5] Contact
TV: No Reviews
TO: No Reviews
TO2: No Reviews
Duration: 2 hours
Description: Answer a short survey
Requirements: HIT approval rate (%) GreaterThan 90; Total approved HITs GreaterThan 50; Location EqualTo US
Ahhh, that stinks. What survey was it?
weird batch Wombat Studio with no T/O