Want to Apply For Search Engine Rater and Social Media Evaluations jobs at Lionbridge and Appen?
Sometimes finding these types of jobs online takes a bit of research. Most of the big companies that offer these types of jobs don’t usually advertise in common places or online job boards. You usually have to go directly to the company and apply on their website. I have seen that Appen Global advertises their jobs on Flexjobs.com, but that website charges a monthly fee. I never quite understood how a company can charge you to find a job, but they are the exception.
Finding these jobs and applying for them are different for each company. Going to each individual website is the best way, as long as you know where to go, and how to apply. With that being said, this article, and the videos we have provided, will show you how to find the work from home jobs.
One of the other important things to consider when looking for these types of jobs is your location. Some of the contracts that are offered through companies like Appen and Lionbridge require you to live in the demographic area that the project requires itself. The reason for this is because the data from different regions will be different depending on location and the language.
Before you begin to apply for these jobs, or really any job for that matter, it’s probably a good idea to go over your resume and make sure it’s up to date, and that it includes only the important information that is necessary. It might also be to your benefit to have your resume checked by a professional. The resume experts at Resumewriters.com is an awesome service that I have used in the past, and having your resume edited or corrected by a professional is a sure-fire way to get noticed and get you the job you want. Many of our readers have had very good results with them.
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Another important note is that if you have worked previously on other social media projects with different companies, don’t mention this on your CV/resume. The two most important factors about this are that you do not need previous experience for these jobs. And second, if you have worked on these types of projects before you will most certainly be looked over and turned down for similar projects. The reason for this is uncertain, but we have seen other people turned down because of this.
You can work on two different projects for more than one company. However, you need to use a different IP address for one or the other. So if you work for Appen and want to work on another project with Lionbridge, you will likely need a different IP address. Appen seems to be the only company that records an IP address and this is shown in the backend or the portal of the work dashboard. This is why it’s a good idea to use a separate IP address for another project. It might also be a good idea to use a different email between companies when applying for and working on these jobs.
Some advice when working on different projects so that you don’t overwhelm yourself is to get some experience working on one project with a company before trying to get another contract with a separate company. Most of these contracts are part-time. So it’s beneficial to have more than one project at a time if you can handle it.
A really important thing to note here is that you can only have one contract per IP address when it comes to these companies. So if more than one person is working for any of these companies, it is important to have a separate IP address. You can usually order another IP address from your internet service provider for about $4-5 per month extra. Check with your ISP to find out if you require more than 1 IP address per household. You can read more about this in FAQ
Application process at Lionbridge – Ads Assessor, Internet Safety Evaluator, Ads Assessor
Lionbridge search rater project is called the Google rating project (ads assessor, internet safety evaluator, ads assessor) which is the same as Yukon at Appen (Raterlabs). They also have the positions of Personalized Social Media Assessor, Personalized Internet Assessor, and Personalized Web Assessor.
Application process at Appen – Search Engine Evaluator, Rater, Internet Analyst
At Appen/Raterlabs you would apply for search engine evaluator position first and then based on project availability, you would get invites for Yukon, Nile, (Facebook social media evaluator) Truckee, or Shasta projects. You can work on more than one project at a time.
Many of my readers will be interested in how to get invited to other projects at Appen Global. Appen Global offers a lot of different types of projects that you are able to work on. Unfortunately, it is not likely that you would be contracted to start on projects such as the Thunderbird music project from the beginning. You would be more likely to start on a larger project first such FalconInstaAds or the Arrow project. Once you have started working at Appen, and you are on a Falcon project, like any of the social media projects that they offer, you will likely get an invitation to start on other projects as well. The more you work, and the better your performance is, the more offers you will get from Appen.
Those projects include:
Arrow (ads assessor);
Yukon (search engine evaluator);
Nile/Truckee Facebook/Instagram ads assessor projects (social media evaluator).
application process video instructions -Lionbridge, Appen, Appen Global
We thought it would be a good idea to create some quick walk-through videos to show you how to apply for these jobs and the different companies. Some of these:
Lionbridge, go to https://careers.lionbridge.com/
Appen, go to https://connect.appen.com/qrp/public/jobs/list
Appen Global go here: https://talent-appen.icims.com/jobs/intro
How long does IT take to hear back from Lionbridge and Appen?
It depends on many factors, sometimes immediately, and sometimes it can take 3-4 months.
It might be that at the moment of your application submission, the quota of raters for your country was reached and therefore Appen or Lionbridge does not hire a new rater at the moment. As soon as they fire unsuccessful raters, they continue hiring new people to maintain the required number of raters in your country.