Website Reviewers

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Companies build their websites not for themselves, but for their customers and prospective customers. So it’s important that their sites be visually appealing and easy to use. That’s where work at home Website Reviewers or “Usability Testers” come in.

Website Reviewers visit assigned websites and record their thoughts and impressions as they use the site. Their voice and/or image are recorded so companies can see and hear their reactions. This feedback enables companies to make their sites more user-friendly. These are popular projects, so don’t be surprised or discouraged if you’re put on a waiting list.

Analysia.com
“You will be asked to read some instructions and complete task on a website, this session will be recorded, your screen and audio will be saved. It typically takes about 15 minutes. You will get paid 10$ for each test.”

Enroll
“Enroll lets you take quick tests to help make the web a better place for everyone. Help companies decide which logo is better, clarify content or simply complete tasks on a web site or app to ensure the interaction makes sense. Anyone can do it! Get compensated for each test conveniently via PayPal.”

TryMyUI
“All you have to do as a tester is to be yourself — use the test website exactly as you would in a real-life situation, and voice your thoughts and frustrations out loud so the site developers can understand your experience and others’ like you. You will be paid $10 for each test you take; a typical test lasts approximately 20 minutes. Sign up now to start making the web a more user-friendly place!”

UserFeel.com
“For each test you conduct after the initial sample test, you get paid $10 at the end of each week, via PayPal. The amount of money you can earn depends on how well you speak your thoughts into the microphone, and how useful your usability remarks can be. Also, the amount of tests you get assigned depends on the amount of orders we have. For each test you perform, you get rated by the site’s owner. Your overall rating determines the amount of tests you’ll be assigned. Anyhow, we don’t suggest quitting your regular job, but good testers can earn up to $100-$200 per month.”




Userlytics
“Anyone can be a tester with Userlytics. We welcome people from all countries, backgrounds and experiences. You do not need to have testing experience. Our clients are looking for helpful feedback from real-world users, so most important is your ability to communicate your thoughts out loud and provide feedback as you browse through websites, or react to advertisements or other media assets.”

UserTesting
“Get $10 via PayPal for every 20-minute video you complete. UserTesting pays you to visit websites or apps, complete a set of tasks, and speak your thoughts aloud.”

WhatUsersDo
“Join our global panel of internet users and get paid to give feedback on our clients’ websites. Use your own computer from home. Our software records your screen and spoken thoughts. We pay up to 8 £/€/US$ per test.”

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