There are a few companies now hiring remote workers to review content online. Most of the jobs are entry-level requiring you to read through information and make determinations based on the company guidelines. If you are currently looking for a non-phone work from home job that does not require you to have previous experience, please consider applying to be a Content Reviewer.
Why Content Reviewers are needed?
As a Content Reviewer, you will play a vital role in protecting and enforcing the company’s overall reputation in relation to having accurate data, credibility, integrity, and other desirable traits. Your job will help the company carry out daily functions and instill trustworthiness in their customers and others.
But you will not do the following tasks or duties as with other work from home jobs.
- Sell any products.
- Build rapport with customers.
- Make any outbound calls.
Here are just a few companies currently hiring Content Reviewers that you can see below.
Snap Inc. is currently recruiting remote workers to review content submissions to ensure they abide by the policies, community guidelines, and technical requirements. You will also review safety incident reports and take appropriate actions, review team member’s work and other duties. This job requires excellent writing and verbal skills, experience with policy enforcement, excellent data analytical skills, good judgment, and a passion for Snapchat, content, and online safety. Qualified candidates will need a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience. Full-time with weekend work as needed.
Study.com is seeking article reviewers to proofread articles about standardized exams and their test prep products and services. You will also collaborate with writers to provide helpful feedback to ensure accurate, high-quality content. You will need copyediting content experience, excellent communication skills, strong online research and English language skills, and be detail-oriented. This is an entry-level job that pays twice a month.
Telus International is looking for people who use the Internet daily to review online advertisements to improve the content, quality, and layout. You will provide feedback, analysis, and ratings based on relevance to the search terms used. You will also review the language used in ads to examine the grammar, tone, and cultural relevance. Telus is looking for individuals who reside in the US, are familiar with current events, have access to a smartphone, and are daily users of Gmail and social media. This long-term project allows you to set and work your own hours.
Gaggle is still looking for people to monitor and analyze student activity to identify inappropriate words, phrases, statements, and images. Your job is to make a positive impact on the lives of students and keep them safe. If you discover any questionable content, you will escalate it to the Gaggle Safety Team. You must have an interest in reading, have experience using computers and web-based applications, have a computer, smartphone, or tablet, have knowledge of slang and trends used by children and teenagers, and can work independently. Background checks are required. This job pays $10 per hour. Takes about 15 minutes to apply.
Lightspeed is looking for remote workers to actively monitor queues to review and act on alerts, analyze flagged content, identify harmful online behavior, review escalated reports, and other related duties. Requires a high school diploma, good written communication, ability to clearly document and record information, excellent organizational and reasoning skills, and current social media trends. Full-time with benefits and perks. May include nights, weekends, and holidays.
Brightflag is seeking individuals to review and analyze client-submitted invoice data for accuracy, utilize tools to extract data and ensure efficiency is maintained. Requires a Bachelor’s degree, solution-oriented, Excel experience, strong communication, and attention to detail. Competitive salary with benefits and stipend.