|ONLINE DATA ENTRY|
Online data entry is simply doing a routine job that companies would rather outsource than do themselves. It essentially involves typing specific information into forms on your own computer, and submitting those forms to a specified web site. For that service, they pay money.
Most online data entry involves following simple directions and entering titles and and a short amount of text for online PPC (pay-per-click) ads. However, there can be other types of data as well.
What to Expect
Since there are literally thousands of companies who may be offering data entry outsourcing, you could look for them on your own but, generally, the companies and web sites that advertise such programs are "facilitators" who compile lists of these outsourcing companies and charge you a fee for membership to their lists and services. The fee is certainly fair if the lists contain valid, up-to-date information.
How Much Money Can I Make?
The answer to this question can vary widely depending on many factors. Generally, the harder and longer you work, the more money you can make.
Be Careful Before You Join
Since the concept of outsourcing online data entry is not well defined, I would advise taking extra caution in looking at the companies and web sites who offer this type of program or membership. Some of the companies are outright scams. If you decide to try one or more of the companies, make sure they have a money-back satisfaction guarantee so that, if you're not happy with the program, you can get a refund.
Many of these companies use the well-respected Clickbank payment system, which has an automatic money-back refund guarantee, whether the data entry company states it or not.