Maven Lets you put your Knowledge to Work
Maven provides you with an opportunity to use knowledge you already have and earn some money. Simply put, you get paid to answer questions.
The interesting thing about Maven is that you are the one who decides how much you get paid. The site is set up so that you can decide how much your knowledge is worth. (I also use Mintvine to earn cash. Read about my recent cashout of $95 with them.)
How Questions are Handled?
Maven really does seem to be interested in making life as easy for its freelance contractors as it possibly can. When a question is submitted that matches your expertise area, you can choose to answer the question in writing or use the telephone. In addition to answering questions, Maven sometimes has larger projects you might be qualified to work on. But these projects still revolve around allowing participants to get paid to answer questions within their scope of expertise.
An Additional Way to Earn
Answering questions is just one way you can earn money through the Maven program. Maven also has a referral program. Each time you convince someone to sign up with Maven, you will get a commission. So now you'll get paid to answer questions and your referral will get paid too.
How Will I Get Paid to Answer Quesitons?
Each time you answer a Maven question, you’ll be rewarded in Maven credits. Some people choose to use this for consulting services and ask questions of your own, or you can convert them into cash. The credits you have earned should be in your account within 24 hours of answering a question. You won’t be able to cash out until you’ve earned $25. Maven provides you with multiple choices for collecting the money your owed. Checks can be mailed provided you live in Canada or the United States. (See my post, Answering Questions for Money – Earn Extra Cash for more ideas like this one.)
Personally, I love Maven. The site does a great job of being straight forward and has a surprising amount of work available. You get paid to answer questions. How easy is that? While I think that it’s a good idea to create a Maven account, I don’t think you should count on it as a regular source of income. You should treat any money that you earn from the site as a kind of bonus.
One of the great things about Maven is that it’s open to freelancers from all over the world, and not just the United States.
There are several things that I think are great about Maven, including:
• It’s truly flexible, you can go months without ever having to log onto your Maven account, or you can dedicate 15 minutes a day to it.
• The company is very straightforward and has done an excellent job creating a program that provides a unique way of adding to your work at home income.
• It’s a great way to use knowledge you already have I can’t think of any good reasons why you shouldn’t create a Maven account.