Yeah, I tend to. Sometimes I'll do more but some months I only just do 1000.
Depends what else is happening that month as I also have a full time job that can often get busy and then I don't want to do much in the evenings.
I tend to do a few hours to hit my minimum content.
There's not much chance of being thrown off, just make sure minimum content is done. You'd have to majorly mess up on a classification of something to be thrown off that way.
It differs. I got accepted within 1 day of passing the test.
I know I am an exception but they have actively told us they're hiring just now so it could be quick if you make it into this batch of new hires.
I find I make more when there's no surges. When a surge happens, loads of people log on and I get hardly any content. When I have constant content, I tend to make more.
I don't tend to do the shifts as I get too bored doing an hour of content but can understand why it'd be annoying to remove them.
They've literally just posted saying they're looking to hire new people and asking us to share the link to join the waiting list.
Now would be a very good time for people to apply.
Have you got notifications on?
I've seen loads of surges recently.
Crispthinking is definitely good if you are flexible with your time. It definitely can be slow but when it's busy I can earn £15 an hour minimum, sometimes more.