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Direct Interactions Provides An Excellent Work at Home Opportunity

In the past if you wanted to work at home, the best way to earn a living was with freelance writing opportunities. While there are still many opportunities to earn a living writing available, more and more people have found they can branch out and earn money working in customer support positions.

With the rise of remote work, many found themselves working from home for the first time. While working remotely has its challenges, it also opens up amazing opportunities. One such opportunity is expanding your job search to include remote roles you may not have considered before. Companies like Direct Interactions offer remote jobs across many industries that are perfect for those seeking flexibility. They also pride themselves as strong proponents of employee diversity from every walk of life and hiring people with disabilities, including military veterans.

In this post, I will explore the various full-time remote roles in customer service solutions available at Direct Interactions, from customer support to marketing. Whether you are a recent graduate looking for your first job or an experienced professional ready for a change, you may be surprised by the variety of remote opportunities that could help you work from anywhere.

What is Direct Interactions?

Direct Interactions is a legitimate company. They are based in Seattle – started in 2007. The company is devoted to creating work at home opportunities and I have to admit that they do an admirable job. Not only do I have an account in their talent network, but I also know several other people that have created similar accounts and rely on the company for a chunk of their regular earnings.

When I first heard of the company, I had some reservations. I thought I was going to have to do some work over the phone, which I hate. I sometimes find people, especially people who need customer service to be exasperating and tend to lose my temper when I speak on the phone.

It didn’t take me long to learn my first impressions were erroneous. I didn’t have to talk on the phone at all. Direct Interactions has set everything up so all the work I do takes place on the computer. My job consists of tracking people in the running for prizes or elections. The easiest way to explain it is that I’m like a person who counts votes for Dancing with the Stars.

Pros Working for Direct Interactions

There are several things I really like about working for Direct Interactions. Not only do they have a lot of work available, I can rely on regular payments, the work is fairly easy. It’s something I can complete quickly without having to worry that I’m going to have to sacrifice some other income making opportunity. It also offers flexible scheduling.

The other thing I really enjoy is the pay. It's decent compensation for a flexible remote job. And they offer direct deposit. For a better idea of what Direct Interactions pays — here's a general sample of a few positions:

Customer Service Representatives
Customer Service Representatives an average of $14 – $15 per hour, depending on experience and qualifications.

Technical Support Specialists
Technical Support Specialists earn an average of $17 – $18 per hour, depending on experience and qualifications.

Sales Representatives
Sales Representatives at Direct Interactions earn an average of $20 – $21 per hour, depending on experience and qualifications.

Quality Assurance Analysts
Quality Assurance Analysts are paid an average of $19 – $20 per hour, depending on experience and qualifications.

Project Managers
Project Managers at Direct Interactions are paid an average of $25 – $26 per hour, depending on experience and qualifications.


There are no fees associated with working for Direct Interactions. However, they do have a few requirements. You need to be at least 18 years of older. You have to be legally able to work in the United States and have a high school diploma of GED.

The quality and skills Direct Interactions is looking for:

  • Possess a strong work ethic and be reliable
  • Self-discipline to work from home with minimal supervision
  • Quickly identify issues and resolve problems
  • Build a positive rapport with customers and maintain a pleasant demeanor
  • Troubleshoot and fix computer-related problems
  • Communicate clearly and effectively via email/chat

General technical requirements are as follows — You'll need to cable, DSL or fiber optic for your internet service. They require a landline phone as well. They currently don't support macs, you'll need a PC with Microsoft Windows 10 or 11. A good anti-virus software installed too.
I good usb headset is required, but these can be found at very affordable prices on Amazon.

Type Of Positions Offered

Customer Service Experts or Representative
Customer service representatives are responsible for providing support to customers over the phone, via email, or through live chat. They must have excellent communication skills and be able to quickly resolve customer issues with care and empathy.

Technical Support Specialist
Technical support specialists provide technical assistance to customers who are experiencing problems with their products or services. They must be knowledgeable in the product or service they are supporting and be able to troubleshoot a variety of technical issues.

Sales Representative
Sales representatives are responsible for selling products or services to customers over the phone or online. They must have strong communication skills and be able to identify customer needs in order to make an effective sales pitch.

Virtual Assistant
Virtual assistants provide administrative support from a remote location, often completing tasks such as scheduling appointments, managing emails, and creating presentations. They should be highly organized and comfortable working independently with minimal supervision.

Social Media Manager
Social media managers are responsible for managing social media accounts for a company or individual client. This includes creating content, engaging with followers, monitoring analytics, and responding to comments or messages in a timely manner.

Content Writer/Editor
Content writers create content such as blog posts, articles, press releases, website copy, etc., while editors review written content for accuracy and clarity before it is published online or in print form. Both positions require excellent writing skills and knowledge of grammar rules and style guides such as APA or MLA format.

Web Developer/Designer
Web developers create websites using programming languages such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, etc., while web designers create the visual elements of websites including layouts, color schemes, fonts, images etc., ensuring that they meet industry standards for usability and accessibility . Both positions require knowledge of coding languages as well as design principles such as typography and user experience (UX).

SEO Specialist
Search engine optimization (SEO) specialists optimize websites so that they rank higher in search engine results pages (SERPs). This involves researching keywords related to the website’s content and incorporating them into the website’s text along with other SEO best practices such as link building and optimizing meta tags on webpages .

Data Entry Clerk
Data entry clerks enter data into computer systems using keyboards or scanners from paper documents such as invoices or forms . They must be detail-oriented and accurate when entering data in order to ensure that records are up-to-date .

Translators convert written text from one language into another while interpreters convert spoken words from one language into another . Both positions require fluency in multiple languages , familiarity with cultural nuances , strong communication skills ,and an understanding of industry terminology .

How to Apply at Direct Interactions

I urge anyone who qualifies, to create a Direct Interactions account. Their hiring process if very straight forward.

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  1. Monique Morris says:

    You don’t want to work with DI trust me. I worked there, and they are nothing but liars. They don’t follow through on their word.

  2. I need some one to help me get started

    I lost my job….

    So Now I want to work from Home

    I don’t have a website….


  3. This sounds like a great opportunity. However, when I went to the site the only positions that I see available are inbound customer service positions. I do not see any position related to the one you describe here. What is the title of the position you are working as described above?


  4. Hello Kelly,

    I would like to apply for the job with Direct Interactions but the link will not allow me to apply.

  5. Tiffany!
    You’re very welcome. I hope my site can help you in your search for work at home :-)

  6. Tiffany Sherman says:

    Hi Kelly! I love your site which I just happened to find btw. I’m going to apply at this site that you mentioned above with direct interactions. I don’t have a lot of experience in call centers but I did work at one for a lil over a year. It sucked. But I’m really interested in this one after reading this article on it. Thank you!

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