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  • Fiverr

    July 14, 2021 |

    When it comes to side gigs and generating an extra income stream, Fiverr is heaven. It is the world’s largest marketplace for digital services.
    Let me show you some easy ways to make money with Fiverr.More about ‘Fiverr’ here

  • free proofread intro workshop

    If you doubt if working as a proofreader is something you would like to do as a side job, how valuable would a free proofread intro workshop of someone that has established a name as a proofreader be?

    Caitlin Pyle is such a person. And she is passionately sharing her knowledge and experience in her popular and successful paid courses like General Proofreading and Transcript Proofreading.More about ‘Free Proofread Intro Workshop’ here

  • GMR Transcription

    January 24, 2021 |

    GMR Transcription started in 2004, provides transcription and translation solutions for writers, students/professors, businesses, government institutions, and non-profit organizations like universities and corporations.

    Their core mission is to deliver the absolute best quality work to their clients through transparency, commitment, dedication, and integrity.

    GMR Transcription is always looking for well-qualified typists for general transcription. They also offer translation and proofreading services, but there weren’t any vacancies available at the time of this writing.
    You can find the most recent positions on their careers page.

  • Reading and Writing

    Reading and Writing

    January 24, 2021 |

    There are a lot of job opportunities when it comes to reading and writing skills. Think about jobs like transcriptionists, proofreaders, personal/virtual assistants, freelance writers, bloggers, custom support, and the list goes on.

    As you are reading this, I presume that the technical aspect of reading and writing, or what we learned at school, is present.
    The courses in this list are more about professional aspects.

    More about ‘Reading and Writing’ here

  • Babbletype

    December 24, 2020 |

    Babbletype is always looking for new transcriptionists, editors, and translators to add to their team, but they are very selective. 

    They require a very high degree of skill in language, listening ability, and ability to deal with more sophisticated transcript formats. 

    Next to transcriptionists, they are also looking for translators and sometimes there are vacancies for proofreaders.

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My name is Jip, and I created the Side Gig Longlist to learn all I can about blogging and making money online.
Having decades of experience in information technology, I decided to explore all the non-technical aspects of blogging, marketing, and promoting.
I also happen to like sharing the things I know and learn with others.
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