Turning to websites retirees are earning extra money online to pay those costs that seem to appear out of nowhere in ones golden years. These websites allows retirees to earn money by locating and reporting errors they observe on websites. Retirees are paid over 2 dollars per valid error report. Errors such as misspelled words, incorrect punctuation, poor grammar, lack of clarity and many more types of errors are all up for grabs.
The Internet is full of errors, and with their life experiences, retirees are well suited for spotting those types of errors. Using nothing more than their observation skills, retirees are able to make ends meet by using what they know, Whether, one calls it being forced into retirement, laid off, being offered a package, or just plain fired, the effects are still the same for many.
The funds coming in are affected and the cost of essential items becomes more of an issue. The Internet is becoming an excellent tool for seniors to show they still can contribute in a technology-hyped world. In fact they compete against others on the site. “To have an affect on something as technological as the Internet is a wonderful thing”,. says Jennifer Watson. “Retirement does not mean we are done or that we don’t have anything left to contribute. It means that we have more time to contribute.” An error free Internet is the goal.
How Much Money Is Up For Grabs? Using a popular search engine, we found that if you misspell the word “receive” as “receive” in a popular search engine and search it. You find that the misspelled word “receive” is found on 14,800,000 web pages. If you make it past tense by adding “ed”, you see an additional 15,300,000 web pages are found. If you add the suffix “ing” to get “relieving” you find an additional 2,990,000 web pages with that flaw.
If you add the suffix “err” you are given an additional 224,000 web pages with errors. If each of the site owners were told by you of, and offered a $2.00 bounty on the errors on their website, that would total $66,628,000 that is up for grabs, for paying your bills.
That’s just one root word. Try to imagine the number of other errors that exist online in spelling, punctuation, grammar etc. Retirees using search engines can do pretty well for themselves. Other online opportunities for retirees exist but few present such a clear path for using their acquired assets more efficiently. The author, John Reed, has 15 years business marketing experience and has had the opportunity to use and review multiple online businesses and strategies.