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  • How to become a paid tester at UserTesting

    Sounds awesome, right? But what kind of company is UserTesting? And what is it exactly that user testers do? How do you become a paid tester at UserTesting?
    This article will provide you with all you need to know to start and get paid as a user tester.

    Here is a small preview: It is very easy to start as a paid user tester, and it is a great work-at-home gig too! So read along if you are still interested!

    More about ‘Become a Paid Tester at UserTesting’ here
  • Clickworker

    February 14, 2021 |

    This company believes in utilizing the crowd in order to process projects fast and efficiently. If you are looking for typical side hustles to perform online, then their platform is perfect for you.

    Tasks, or microjobs as they call them, vary from creating or correcting texts, categorization, proofreading, research, testing, participating in surveys, taking pictures, or record audio and video files.

    More about ‘Clickworker’ here

  • TestingTime

    January 24, 2021 |

    Wouldn’t you like to test new products and services, earning up to € 50 per hour? By joining the testers of TestingTime you can.
    Read about the testing experience in this Experience Report, it will give you a good impression! 

  • TryMyUi

    November 29, 2020 |

    The best part of being a tester: Be yourself.
    TryMyUi emphasizes that all you need to do is give your honest feedback while using the test website or app.

    A test consists of a screen and voice capture of you using the site or app and a short written response as a wrap-up.

    More about ‘TryMyUi’ here

  • UserBrain

    November 29, 2020 |

    Again, the signup process is simple. Sign up with your e-mail address and complete a qualification test.
    UserBrain works with both a Chrome Extension for your browser or with an iOS app.
    You will have to speak out your thoughts whilst testing, so a basic level of English is be required.

  • Validately

    November 29, 2020 |

    To sign up as a tester with Validately you will need to complete the entry test.
    This test will be reviewed by them, based on how well you speak aloud if your recording doesn’t have a lot of background noise, etcetera.

  • Userlytics

    November 29, 2020 |

    Userlytics helps you earn money in your free time by participating in user testing apps and websites.
    Although a lot of their user testing projects are in Europe and North America, they also have projects in South Africa, Southeast Asia, Japan, China, and other countries around the world.

  • MyCrowd

    November 29, 2020 |

    With more than 12,000 testers from more than 40 countries around the world, MyCrowd provides fast and scalable testing solutions for any needs. Join them to test the UI and find bugs in apps and websites. 

  • Loop11

    November 29, 2020 |

    Loop11 offers Online Usability Testing, Benchmarking, Prototype Testing, Mobile and Tablet testing, and much more to their clients. 

    They are currently taking submissions to join our panel of paid website testers. You will need this link: Get Paid to Test Websites

  • Ferpection

    November 29, 2020 |

    Ferpection offers qualitative and quantitative research with consulting tailored to the needs of their clients.

    They already have over 200.000 testers, working from home, sharing their opinion on the newest UX designs and websites. 

  • UserCrowd

    November 29, 2020 |

    With UserCrowd you can earn money giving design feedback, helping their clients to make better products.
    They work with quick design surveys and use credits to reward you for each response. Credits can be cashed through PayPal.

  • TestBirds

    November 29, 2020 |

    Do you like to hunt for software bugs to make applications and websites more usable? Then take a look at TestBirds.

    As a tester you will earn a fixed amount for your test report, but also an additional payment for every Bug (defect) that you find. A severe technical bug may even get you more! Happy Hunting!

  • Test.IO

    November 29, 2020 |

    How does testing the latest apps, websites, and games, and getting paid for it sound? Awesome right?

    Test.IO pays you up to $50 for every issue you find and for you to rate apps. Meanwhile, you will be the first to see the latest apps from top companies and cool start-ups. 

  • Userfeel

    November 29, 2020 |

    Userfeel provides tests in any language. They have a panel of over 110,000 testers that speak over 40 languages in total.

    As a tester, your job is to perform usability tests on websites. These tests are typically things like: find a product in a webshop or go through the checkout process.

    More about ‘Userfeel’ here

  • Enroll

    November 29, 2020 |

    Enroll is a super easy usability testing website (and app).
    You will have to perform, mostly, simple tasks that will give companies insights about how their new designs may work out.
    Don’t worry, every task comes with clear and easy instructions and will take you only a couple of minutes.

    More about ‘Enroll’ here

  • Intellizoom

    November 29, 2020 |

    Get paid to test and review with IntelliZoom. Help companies test awesome designs for their websites, apps, and products, and make money on the side.
    That does sound cool, right?

    Participating in usability tests, in general, will not generate an income you can live from. It is, however, a fun and easy side gig that will get you extra pocket money.
    And besides being able to speak your thoughts out loud, mostly in English, there are no extra skills required.

    More about ‘Intellizoom’ here

  • uTest

    November 29, 2020 |

    uTest has a lot of projects, some of those even for very famous companies.

    The signup process is rather familiar, including signing up with your e-mail address and completing your profile. After that, you can build up your skills by participating in live practice tests or take quizzes.

    More about ‘uTest’ here

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Having decades of experience in information technology, I decided to explore all the non-technical aspects of blogging, marketing, and promoting.
I also happen to like sharing the things I know and learn with others.
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