Word of caution for anyone planning doing the Jacobs Creek taster task, They will reject any photos with peoples faces in the shot, you need to somehow take a distant shot of the stand...while it is unmanned and with no customers anywhere in view...during the specified times when the stand is due to be manned LOL... One to try if you happen to be going to the Tesco at the times required but maybe not to go specifically to try the task
Lol.. that's just BME shocking mess of an app.. apparently after only 3 months or so they will fix that.. Roamler is fine.. think face blurring would be quite technical to implement TBH..maybe an opportunity for a new role at apps... Face blurrer(er)?
Well it's a lot better than Field Agent or Streetbees. Currently I can see in my area on Roamler:
Consumer insight TUI stores £10 - you need to pretend to book a holiday and get a written quote
Cleaning products check £4 - take up to 10 pics of Flash products and answer load of questions
B & Q Security Products check £3 - photograph the bays with security stuff and CCTV etc
You need to do some unpaid stuff first to get to Level 2 before you see the paid jobs though.
Field Agent has very few jobs in comparison, I only did about £80 worth on there in the last 12 months.
Streetbees is mostly surveys you can do at home but only pays £1 usually
I'd go for BeMyEye first and Roamler second as the main earners
I noticed that. I wonder if they've picked up any of those big T360 jobs like the one they trialled in Manchester for all the buildings as BME don't seem to have got anything like that since they took over, or maybe a large billboard order as they've been few and far between lately.
Guess we'll find out in a few weeks. Could do with some bigger jobs rather than the dribs and drabs we've had this year. I did a B & Q this morning now they've put them up to a fiver and a Flash video job for £8 plus an Amazon BME job. 3 in one morning is above average lately although I'd have thought it poor last year
I honestly have never liked the roamler invite system.
I would think it works against them due to the fact that they are limiting the number of workers they can potentially have to advertise to potential clients but i'm obviously wrong or they would have abandoned it after all these years!!