Monday, December 15, 2014

What Does a Search Engine Evaluator do?



What is a Search Engine Evaluator?

·         Search engines are run by algorithms.
·         Search engines are used by people.
·         Web companies use Search Engine Evaluators to search results.

What does a Search Engine Evaluator do?

Search Engine Evaluator position is also known as search evaluator, Internet assessor, ads quality rater or Internet judge. Google calls the Search Engine Evaluator “Ads Quality Rater." All Search Engine Evaluators work as independent contractor. Search Engine Evaluators provide feedback on search engine results by measuring and comparing the relevance and usefulness of web.
Search Engine Evaluator Companies/Websites

1.    Leapforce

Leapforce is just like Lionbridge and Appen Butler Hill. They hire independent contractors as researchers all over the world to perform the tasks at home. If the post is for bilingual workers, it usually is a quality control position and you will be expected to pass a language test. You are expected to have an experience on internet research as well for all the positions.

Applicants must pass an exam on search engine evaluation. And you will be given the documents for the test before you take the test. “Map Quality Analysts”, improve and evaluate Internet based on mapping data. They are expected to use the local geography and analytical research skills. They pay between $14 and $18 by check or direct deposit every month. You will be required to work 10 to 20 hours a week. You will beneeded to have your own computer and access to internet.

2.    Lionbridge

Just like Appen Butler and Leapforce, Lionbridge offers Search Engine Evaluator positions. This post does not require a college or University degree.You will be expected to work 10 to 20 hours a week as an independent contractor. Lionbridge pays between $13 to $15 per hour once a month through wire transfers to your bank. You must pass a two parts exam which may last for several hours. Lionbridge will give you reading and studying guidelines and notes.

3.    Appen Butler Hill

Appen Butler Hill hires engine evaluators as well. They pay better than other search engine jobs companies; $25 an hour. Appen Butler Hill will not allow you to work for Leapforce, Lionbridge or any other similar companies.  They pay by weekly with a check.


Apen Butler expects you as a Search Engine Evaluator to work up to 5 hours per day Monday through Friday. You must complete a qualification test and exams. The process may be between 20-40 hours and will last for over a week or even 3.Training is free, but you will not be paid for it. Translation posts require a college degree but as for other posts you do not need one. All will require some kind of test of your language abilities.

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