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Leapforce Search Engine Evaluator

As a Leapforce At Home independent agent, you will enjoy the freedom and flexibility to choose when and the amount of time you work, allowing you to balance your career, family and friends. Leapforce At Home provides an exciting home-based career opportunity where you can put your acute analytical skills to work, providing valuable feedback and critical insight for some of today's leading companies.

With no set schedules of any kind, Leapforce At Home independent agents enjoy the flexibility to choose how much and when to work.
According to a recent industry study, there are more than 200,000 home-based independent agents across the US enjoying the benefits and flexibility that come from working at home.

What Is A Search Engine Evaluator Job?
Search engine evaluators help improve the quality of search results by providing feedback about page relevance and usefulness.

Though search results are largely determined by ever-changing algorithms, companies like Google, Yahoo, and Bing contract with human evaluators to act as the typical searcher and determine whether the results that engines serve up are accurate and meet search intent.

You might also see the search engine evaluator job with the titles Ad Rater, Search Assessor, or Quality Rater. Most companies hire globally for these positions.

Companies state that they are looking for people who enjoy internet research and are familiar with social and web culture. Some will require a college degree or some college coursework.

You will need to pass qualification tests before you can start a search engine evaluator job. In most cases you will be provided with study guides and testing may take several hours to complete.

How Much Does It Pay?
The pay rate for these positions typically is not published, but you can generally expect around $12 or 13 per hour as an independent contractor. Search engine evaluation is usually part time up to 25 hours a week.

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