Google Maps is one of the most popular navigation apps in the world. Travelers around the world depend on it to reach destinations they have never been to. Not only this, but it can also be used to locate new places nearby, estimate travel time from one place to another, and even locate the nearest petrol pump, ATM, and restrooms. Needless to say, this is a very handy tool. But do you know that you can also earn money from Google Maps? Let’s know-how…
You can earn money like this from Google Maps
There is no direct way to earn money from google maps, there are two side jobs that will help you to earn money from google maps.
First: Map Analyst. A map analyst determines the reliability and accuracy of the information in maps by conducting online research and referring to the guidelines provided to you. Lionbridge is a company that works with companies such as Google to ensure that maps and search results and other Internet-related information are accurate and up to date. The work is flexible and pays from $10 (approximately Rs 756) to $16 (Rs 1,211) per hour.
Second: To become an online marketing consultant. An online marketing consultant uses SEO, advertisements, and user-generated content to bring in more customers to small businesses. It can help small businesses get recognized online and get more customers. Or you can optimize their online presence in such a way that they get more customers. However, for this, you need some marketing knowledge and web development skills.
Know a little about the local guide points of Gal Maps:
Google Maps gives users points to contribute to making the navigational platform more useful and accurate. Google Maps gives points to people who share their experiences with reviews, share photos and videos, Provide insights with your answers, answer questions about a place, update information with place edits, add missing locations, or fact-check information. Different points are given for different work. For example, writing a review gets 10 points while editing the details of a place gets only 5 points. See the list below…
– Review: 10 points
– Rating: 1 point
– Photo: 5 points
– Photo tags: 3 points
– Video: 7 points
– Answer: 1 point
– Q&A Response: 3 points
– Edit: 5 points
– Adding places: 15 points
– Adding Road: 15 Points
– Fact check: 1 point
As these points increase, so does your level. When a person collects 250 points, he gets a star. As these points keep on increasing and the local guide crosses various landmarks like 1500 points, 5000 points, 15000 points, and more, the level of the local guide keeps on increasing. But these points are not useful in the real world at all. Meaning, you cannot redeem these points for money in the real world, nor can you use these points on the Google Play Store. Simply put, these points are of no use.