Data Entry Job Providers

AccuTran Global

Type of work: Transcription
Although this company offers a little bit higher-level transcription jobs than most others on this list, it does take beginners who score well on its tests. Pays per word. Hires in the U.S., U.K. and Canada.

Axion Data Services

Type of work: Data Entry
Data entry jobs at this company pay independent contractors on a per-piece basis. Accepts applications when it has jobs available.

Amazon's Mechanical Turk

Type of work: Micro jobs, online tasks
While the crowd sourcing division of the online retail company does not have traditional data entry jobs, it is worth mentioning because this online exchange for small tasks can be very similar to data entry work.

Capital Typing

Type of work: Data Entry, Transcription, Translation, Call Center
Outsourcing company based in South Carolina provides virtual office services. In addition to its transcription and data entry jobs from home, it offers online customer support, translation and secretarial services.

Click worker

Worldwide crowdsourcing company hires independent contractors for data entry as well as writing, translating, and researching. Work is done in very short tasks making this a micro job. Pays on a per piece basis. Registration and an assessment are necessary before "clickworkers" can begin accepting tasks for payments.

Dion Data Solutions

Type of work: Data Entry, Transcription
Hires typists with a minimum of 60 wpm and basic computer skills for data entry jobs from home. No fees.

Easy ways to make money with your phone

These ways to make money with your phone aren't necessarily a way to earn a real living, but, if used sensibility, they can help you recoup some of the cost of your cell phone bill and maybe put a few cash in your pocket.The following are the ways to earn money using your mobile phones

As with other micro jobs, the idea is to make extra money, so be careful that you don't actually lose money. Read these Pitfalls of Money-Making Apps first, then try out the ones that look good for you.

I have laid out the details of each of these apps, which range from crowd sourcing to social media advertising, so you can compare and find the ones that truly will allow you to make some money

1. AppRewards

Type of program: Rewards
Technical requirements: Apple apps only
Locations: Anywhere
How it works: Download free apps then earn points by sharing apps on social media and playing games.
How it pays: Pays points on RewardsDen and Kiip. These services allow you to earn discounts or free items from places eBags, PetSmart, SkyMall,,, Starbucks, Best Buy, Pepsi, Sears and Disney.
Bottom line: To make this pay enough to collect any significant rewards, you probably have to be participating in other programs that earn points through RewardsDen or Kiip. But if you like to try new apps, it could be fun.

2. Embee Mobile

Type of program: Mobile microtasks
Technical requirements: Available for more than 300 mobile carriers, including AT&T and Verizon.
Locations: More than 100 countries
How it works: People contract other people for in-person services.
Bottom line: Facebook users download mobile app that supplies free mobile service and digital downloads in exchange for playing videos and games and doing surveys and online tasks. Pays in points redeemable for mobile airtime or other services.

3. mylikes

Type of program: Social media advertising
Technical requirements: iPhone and Android with social media accounts on Twitter, Tumblr, and/or YouTube
Locations: Anywhere
How it works: Set up an account at mylikes and link it toyour social media accounts. Next, choose from the campaigns mylikes lists as relevant to you social media profile and share that text or video link. The number of links you can post per day is limited to a “few times.”
How it pays: Pays cash in PayPal account or with Amazon gift cards. You are paid for as many views or clicks you receive during the campaign’s time span. The cost-per-click varies from campaign to campaign. Mylikes does give an estimate of what you will make on a campaign given your audience’s size.
Bottom line: If you’re a social media junkie and don’t mind plugging products, you could make some money here. However, it you are just a casual social media user, it’s probably not worth your time.