Work from Home Audio Jobs - LIVE FEED!
Freelance Audio Jobs : Audio Typing Jobs, Audio Transcription Jobs, Working with Audio Files
These audio jobs are freelance professional audio projects that people and companies have a need to get done.
Many of them will have repeat audio work too. You simply check the list and keep an eye out for an audio job you can handle, click on the link, sign up (free of course) and bid on the work.
I know for a fact that somebody from this website has certainly got freelance work from these listings. The figures show in dollars, but £s are about half that roughly, so just bid for how much you'd be prepared to do the freelance job for.
The employers offering audio jobs aren't looking for the cheapest, they are looking for somebody who can do the job reliably and well. That's you, right?! With audio typing jobs, when it comes to freelancing you have a head start as your first language is most likely to be English - and a good knowledge of English is a pre-requisite when transcribing audio files.
One growing trend is for people to record seminars they give. They then want the seminars to be transcribed so they can send out a transcription to everybody who attended. This can be really interesting work to do!
This method of finding work from home is one of the fastest, most direct and dependable ways. Freelance telemarketing jobs can really fit into your schedule as you take on only as much work as you want and need, and no more.
How do you get paid? The company offering the job pay the agency, so your money is safe. The agency GUARANTEE TO PAY YOU. So you can bid with confidence that if you get the work you will get the pay.
This jobs feed is LIVE, so new ones are being added all the time!
Why not sign up now (free) and spend an hour or so applying for everything you can do! If you are serious about working from home, then you will treat this like the best ever jobs listing and spend half an hour a day scanning through for jobs
The way it generally works is: people post the jobs, people who can do the work give their bid, the freelance job advertiser then picks the person they feel can do the best job for them (NOT the cheapest usually!) ... and after you've done the first piece(s) of work they will probably just come straight to you for future work, so no more bidding! Over the next 3 months or so, you could easily fill your time working for just a handful of these companies on a regular basis. Did a job for somebody and hated it? Simply double your rate next time they ask, or tell them you're too busy!
And: The bonus is, you are guaranteed to be paid because all the freelance job listings are underwritten by the website advertising them.