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    mTurk HIT Fees Calculator

    I've created an mTurk HIT Fees Calculator to allow Requesters to easily determine what the best pricing for their HITs are in order to minimize fees. Enjoy!
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    Hi spamgirl,

    Is this calculator still accurate?
    I need a formula or an explanation for how to calculate expected costs of a survey per question.
    Can you help me with this somehow??
    Because Amazon turned down my MTurk Worker application, but allows me to be a Requester, I have no way to learn of the process selecting and performing HITs - or do I?
    I'd really appreciate your help!

    Cheers,
    Tomek

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomek View Post
    Hi spamgirl,

    Is this calculator still accurate?
    I need a formula or an explanation for how to calculate expected costs of a survey per question.
    Can you help me with this somehow??
    Because Amazon turned down my MTurk Worker application, but allows me to be a Requester, I have no way to learn of the process selecting and performing HITs - or do I?
    I'd really appreciate your help!

    Cheers,
    Tomek
    For the survey you'll have to pay in one lump sum, so what you really need to know is how long it will take people to do the survey and then pay to aim for an appropriate hourly rate, typically US Federal Minimum Wage ($7.25). The fees will be 40% of the total cost.

    But yes, the calculator should still be accurate.
    It's all good.

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