Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Do you have a thirst for knowledge?


Just several months ago, I saw that ChaCha was hiring for guides. I went ahead and applied for the expediter position, passed the test, did a simulation run, and in no time, was answering questions, or sending them off to different specialists to answer. For those who are not aware of what ChaCha is, it basically is an answering texting service like KGB. Only difference between ChaCha and other answer texting services is ChaCha is free. Users only pay the fees charged for texting by their carrier. They do place a limit on the number of questions people can ask in a certain time limit.

I started working for ChaCha in February and loved how I could work around my own schedule. I make an average of about 5 to 10 dollars a day, which is pretty good since I do this during my free time when I'm not working. The great thing about working for ChaCha is you can work whenever you want and for however long you want. There are different roles you can apply for depending on what you feel comfortable with. The pay rates are different for each role, and while I do not recommend quitting your day job, it is nice to work for ChaCha as a supplemental income. The only thing you will need is a decent internet connection and Firefox. Personally I've learned the most weirdest, random, and even the most interesting facts just by joining this service. If you are one of those people where you find delight in learning something new everyday, ChaCha is a wonderful service to work for. While it will not make you rich, it will help pay some of the bills, and who can complain about that.

To see a list of roles and qualifications visit GUIDE ROLES.
For specific information regarding working for ChaCha, visit FAQ

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Kavita (luvikavi)
I am a 25 year old loud mouth by my words yet soft spoken at heart. I have love affairs with new thoughts, ideas, controversies, movies, news,helping those in need and politics. If something tickles my fancy, I will blog profusely about it. The world is filled with nonsense, and writing helps me grasp the reality, whatever that may be.
I graduated from Northern with a Bachelors in Health and Human Sciences, with an emphasis in family and individual development. I hope to GOD my thousand and thousand dollars in loans has prepared me enough for Grad school which I will be venturing off into this Fall of '10. YIKES!
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