Saturday, June 20, 2009

Search Engine Evaluator

I have recently started working for a great company called Leapforce as a "search engine evaluator".Since I signed a Non-Disclosure form I am unable to give away too many details however, I can assure you that this job is legit, the pay is good, and you can work whenever you want from the comfort of your own home! Here is some information from Leapforce's site:

"Leapforce is looking for highly educated individuals for an exciting work from home opportunity. Applicants must be self motivated and internet savvy. This is an opportunity to evaluate and improve search engine results for one of the world's largest internet search engine companies."

Still Interested? Visit Leapforce and begin the application process, if they are interested in you they will invite you to take several tests before offering you the job. You can also find similar job's at

Pros: Work when you want, Great Money!
Cons: The work is only temporary.


  1. Hello FLMOM - Glad to hear about this type of position, as I am considering the same as a WAH MOM. Do you have any new updates on your impression of this job since you started in June? Can you get the number of evaluations required in (looks like average 6 per day) in a 30 day month? Thanks for your insights! - CRV

  2. I love the job! Leapforce has been reliable as far as payments go and I have not found it hard to meet their goals. I am not sure about lionbridge or google's listings. Good Luck to you!

  3. Leapforce is not a great company. They rountinely disable contractors accounts, fire them, without warning. They doing this in mass firings. I suspect when they hire people it is for a certain project that may last a month or two and they know that these people will be done when that contract expires. However, they never disclose this to contractors. FYI, they have an F rating with the Better Business Bureau. Very few companies have this terrible rating!

    1. They now have an A- rating with the Better Business Bureau.

  4. I think it just depends. I have worked for them for a year with no problems at all. But I have heard of others who have been fired after two months. I still think if you need the money it is worth a shot.

  5. How long did it take for them to evaluate your application? I received the initial email confirming they had received my application and they would contact me once it was reviewed, but that was a month ago. How long did it take for them to send you the tests etc.?

  6. It can take anywhere between 2 weeks to 2 months!

  7. You are an IC so they are not firing you, they are ending the contract. Leapforce is a blessing for those who get hired.