They say time is precious. No one understands this expression better than a working professional striving to make each hour more profitable. oDesker, a mobile application developed by Rus Wizards LLC, makes it easy for anyone, from an employee to a freelancer, to monitor and maximize their time spent on the job.
oDesker is ideal for any type of professional – employee, contractor, consultant or freelancer.
-Search for jobs using categories/subcategories and advanced filters, such as job type (hourly or fixed), budget, date of posting, and employer’s rating;
-Search for Contractors using categories/subcategories and advanced filters, such as feedback score, country, English level, last activity, max. hourly charge, min. hours billed, provider type, and total portfolio items;
-Monitor the activity of your teammates;
-Edit memos and delete screenshots from your Work Diary;
-Watch your time by means of Report Summary
Coming soon features:
-Communicate with your Employers, Contractors, and teammates via a Message Center.
Disclaimer: the app does not use, store or pass any financial information! All such enquiries are displayed right from the oDesk® website via web browser, i.e. we are not asking for saving financial info within our app.
oDesk® is a registered trademark of oDesk Corporation
This app is not developed or endorsed by oDesk Corporation, but utilizes official API provided by the company.
1) Entry Animation Added
2) Swipe View added
3) Action Bar Added
4) Functionality to add job to your favorites
5) Functionality to share job details
Search and browse jobs on the largest marketplace for freelancers & programmers.
This app helps to read jobs posted on oDesk.
One can search Latest odesk jobs category wise.
App only helps to view jobs and read job details.
Disclaimer: This is not an official app. It is just a app developed to view latest jobs.
To filter the projects use the projects filter consisting of keywords separated by commas, for example: "Some of" - "joomla,wordpress,seo".
Keywords: freelancer, job, online job, remote work.
Currently supported engines include: LinkUp, Beyond, Careerjet, Monster, Dice, JobServe, GitHub, Careers 2.0, LinkedIn, SimplyHired, Indeed, NRD.gov, CareerBuilder, USAJOBS.gov and Elance (NEW). Engines can be removed, added and resorted from the settings screen
Never miss an opportunity: subscribe to past searches and be notified when new listings are added. Run your search, then review, rate and annotate your favorite positions. Using supported apps you can share individual listings or all your rated or favorite items to your email or social account.
The predecessor app - HireADroid is still available to users with older devices or at it's own site http://goo.gl/8SwXB
Unlike what you may be used to in the past with traditional jobs, it's extremely important to focus your internet work activities on things that you are interested in and good at. These opportunities aren't just jobs but ways that you can connect your skills, knowledge and interests with others who are seeking them out.
1. Become a freelance writer:
If you like to write, the opportunities are boundless on the web. To start out, you can write for sites like eHow or find some of your own private clients on sites like Rent-a-coder, Elance, Guru, Keen and others.
2. Sell your graphic design skills:
If you are good at graphic design, you can use your skills to design websites, photo greeting cards, business materials like brochures, pamphlets, business cards, etc for small businesses. You can advertise your services on CraigsList and Ebay, just to name a couple.
3. Give LiveOps a try:
With this company, you can earn extra money at home by receiving calls from a people who are looking for information about different things. With LiveOps, you follow a written script and you get paid by the minute and extra for any add-ons you sell. You do need a fast internet connection and certain software capabilities, but that's all before you're up and running. How many calls you receive depends on how well you do so expect to get paid more as you go along.
4. Become an Expert on JustAnswer:
JustAnswer is a site where people type in their questions and the "experts" respond. If your skills are in demand, you can earn money by answering some questions on this site!
5. Join the blogging wave:
It's incredibly easy to set up your own blog these days. You can do it for free on e-Blogger.com and then take a look at the other platforms like WordPress and SquareSpace as you become more familiar with the whole concept. The best money-making blog is deemed the "Niche blog", which is basically a blog that focuses on only one sub-topic instead of everything and anything.
You can make money from your blog in many ways, the easiest being AddSense (which is very easily added to your free Blogger blog). This takes a little more time but you can also sell ad space on your blog either by going out and finding advertisers or waiting for them to come to you. The extremely important thing to remember is that you want to maintain high-quality content on your blog in order to attract advertisers.
Nowadays it's extremely easy to earn extra money at home on the internet. The route you choose should be based on your interests, skills, knowledge and time-flexibility.