Want to make money by captioning movies?

I have had so many people say to me that work at home jobs are not real. That they are all scams and you can’t earn a living doing them. I know there are so many false hopes out there, but this is the reason I have started this blog, my podcast, and my youtube channel to help encourage you that I am living proof you can find real work at home jobs.

If you like to write and watch movies, then the job I am highlighting today might be a perfect fit for you. A while ago I worked for a company called Rev. This is an amazing company that allows you to work from home. They have great customer service and will be there to answer any questions you might have.

What is Rev? Blurb has taken from www.rev.com – Rev is a marketplace for remote work made up of a large network of 12,000 freelancers (aka Revvers) that provide services to our 100,000+ customers around the world including companies like Amazon, Google, Buzzfeed and more. Our goal is to create 100,000 work-from-home jobs by 2020, and we are looking for ambitious professionals to help us get there.

In a nutshell companies, or individuals will go to the Rev website and get their videos, movies, sermons, and many other things transcribed. For this job, you don’t need any previous experience, although having good grammar and typing skills is a huge help!

When I worked with Rev I applied for the captioner position because I love to watch videos and movies, so I thought this would be a great way to make money doing something I enjoyed. The one downfall with captioning is getting the timing right on the videos. When I first started out this was a struggle and did take me a lot of time to get done with one video. However, the more you do, the better you will get.

Anytime you start something new, give yourself learning time. You won’t be making a lot right out of the gate. Practice makes perfect.

As of today’s date (1/12/2018), this is their job openings and pay scale.

This is a job I have personally worked for, I did get paid and it is a REAL work at home job, that you can do on your time. The amount you make depends on how much you want to work. So, if you need to make more money, then you will need to dedicate more time to it!

Here is the information, and if they ask where you heard about them, please refer them to my blog (I am not being paid to advertise for Rev, this is from my own experiences). Good luck and let me know how it goes!  https://www.rev.com/freelancers

I love hearing from you and would love to know if you get the job. Please feel free to email me below, or find me on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook & Pinterest!

How to become a Transcriptionist

How to become a transcriptionist.

Before I started my current job of marketing and sales, I worked for a transcription company that did insurance claims. I was asked to revise this post and not add details about the company as they deal with very confidential information. So, here is what I can tell you. (Revised on 1/22/2018)

I was introduced to this company by a lady I met in one of my mom groups. She has worked for this company for many years now, and so I was all ears. I was so grateful to have found this company when I did because I was in desperate need of a work at home job. I worked here for a little over three months and really enjoyed my time here.

I was asked not to disclose the name of the company and was asked to only put the email address if you wish to inquire about a transcription position. Also note, they are no longer hiring entry level. They do want you to have some previous experience in this field to be considered.

You will need to have really good typing skills, and they will require you to take a typing test. If you pass the typing speed test they will give you more details on this company and what you will need to be hired.

If this sounds interesting to you, please email your resume to csi2009gm@gmail.com 

I want to wish you luck, and if you have any questions about this job or others on my blog email me below, or find me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Podcast!