Large companies cannot get all their tasks done by themselves. They need intelligent productive people to do the tasks that achieve the outcomes they produce for their clients. Research can involve anything from comparing search engine results to assessing viral video or identifying media that goes viral. Many people make their break into the digital industry as an online researcher. This guide will show you where to look for the work, how to apply, guidelines for CV (Resume) and video walkthroughs for the kind of work that you will do.
Online researchers are usually contracted for between 10 and 40 hours a week. you are trained in depth by the contracting company and will be very employable once you around six months experience below your belt. The most appealing part of working remotely and online is that you can usually dictate your own working hours. The online researcher is no different. Avoiding the pressures of peak hour traffic or getting caught in the local school run can all be avoided.
Find out more about becoming an online research on the 30 ways in 30 days blog.
Ruth Richards-Hill is a digital evangelist, She believes that there is a place for everyone in the digital economy whether they left school with no qualifications, or they have a post graduate degree. Ruth brings ideas and resources together building an environment of empowerment and enablement. She runs a successful digital consultancy and wotks with corporates and small home business owners alike