As a website tester, your job is to make sure a website is very easy to navigate. This is a major struggle for myself as a website owner to make sure my visitors can find the content they are looking for. It is always great to have a fresh perspective of your site from a new visitor. There are always new opportunities for website testers to earn money online.
What exactly does a Website Tester do?
A website tester is someone who gives their opinion about a random website. Some companies may require you to install a software, which will enable your activity to be recorded. You may be informed to speak about the design of the site, quality, and ease-of-use.
What are the requirements for this job?
You will need to have a fast PC with high speed internet. Also being able to speak basic english and have good writing skills, because some companies may ask you to write a small report after each completed test.
Below is a list of website testing sites/companies that will pay you to do this job:
- Whatusersdo – Pay is $8 or more via Paypal. Test takes around 15-20 minutes to complete. You must have a Mac or PC, Internet access, and microphone.
- UserTesting – Pay is $10 per test. Do not need a web cam with this company.
- YouEye – Pay is $12 per test study. A smartphone is recommended to receive more tests through their official app.
- Enroll – Get paid to test websites, before they are published. Earn in cash rewards.
- UTest – This company offers a variety of website testing opportunities.
- UserFeel – This company pays around $10 per test.
- Feedback Army – Website tester jobs. Pay varies with this company.
- Analysia – Test takes around 15 minutes to complete. Pay is $10 per test.
- TryMyUI – Tests takes around 15-20 minutes to complete. Pay is $10 per test.
- Userlytics – Both webcam and microphone are required to complete test. Pay is $10 per test.
- Amazon Mechanical Turk – This company offers website testing, but the pay may be much less than the others on this list.