Website testers are usually offered jobs based on the demographic profile (education, age, social media use, etc.) submitted with their applications. Only the jobs that match the profile are made available to tester, usually via email notifications. This means that most tester might only get the opportunity to complete a few tests in a week, so website testing is not going to earn a lot but, rather, is a way to earn extra cash from home. Most website testing sites have a rating system that clients use to provide feedback on the testers. A higher rating will mean more jobs available. For more about this jobs, read about remote usability testers. Most of these sites will hire testers from anywhere in the world; however, testers from some countries may find that their demographic profile does not match many of the jobs offered. For more WAH jobs that hire worldwide, see these global jobs from home.
Pays: $5 per feedback into PayPal a weekly
New testers sign up and can begin accepting tests. Unlike many other user testing sites, these require a written response, as opposed to a screen or voice recording. Many of the tests are related to social media so accounts in a particular social media may be required.
Pays: $10 in PayPal, usually within 3 days of acceptance
Testers must provide a test video and a written summary before acceptance into the program.
Pays: $10/test into PayPal weekly
Registration and test required for new testers. It can take 7 days to 2 months after submission for acceptance.
Pays: $10 per test or possibly more, the Friday after the test is approved
Unlike other website testing sites that only require a screen and voice recorder, this site may require a webcam to record you as you review the site.
Pays: $10 web test, $15 mobile into PayPal
Testers must submit a sample test to get started. This test can be done using a telephone to record the voice, but to take on jobs a microphone is required.
Pays: Up to 8£/€/US$ per test into PayPal monthly
Based in the United Kingdom, this website testing site contracts testers from around the world, though fluent English is required. New testers complete a short questionnaire, upload a sample video, and if accepted fill out a profile.
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