There are certain tasks that require a substantial amount of work performing dull activities. Researching bloggers who appear to have a certain type of specialization can be considered one of these cases for many people. Companies can use online websites like to allow people with more free time to do these tasks for them. This allows the company to not have to hire new individuals, which is especially important in these dire economic times. Moreover, companies can offer higher cash incentives to get certain projects accomplished. Once the pay seems reasonable enough, then the work will be adequate. If the pay rate is too low, it appears as if the company does not care about the worker and the work will be poor. Hence, if one wants to get a certain amount of people to research specialty blogs adequately and carefully, then the compensation must be fair for his/her time.

A task may include in depth web research to find a series of blogs that are focused on a particular theme. The solver may be asked to research these blogs and present them in order of relevance to the seeker or they could be ordered in terms of credibility proxied by the blog reviews. The solver may also be asked to extract and summarize the most important and relevant parts of the blogs and compile them into an easy to read report for the seeker. Finally a solver potentially could be required to monitor the blogs for any updates, perhaps through the use of an RSS feed or just through daily checkups and report back to the seeker should any interesting or important developments take place.