website testing

Today, I am going to share with you a list of all the places you can start website testing as a side hustle.

Website testing is a great way to make some extra cash, and with most of the usability testing websites paying around $10, it can be a good side gig.

What is website testing?

Simply put, as a website tester, you have to go to a website and test the functionality of different sections of that site. You check if everything is working on the site.

As you navigate, you have to record yourself speaking out about your opinion on the website. With some testing companies, you might need to use a webcam as well.

Do I need any technical expertise?

No. You don’t need to have any prior experience or knowledge for this, but you should know how to navigate a website. A basic understanding of navigation on the web is enough for this role.

Apart from that, you should have a good command over the English language and be able to express your opinion clearly, as you get paid for your honest reviews.

Do I need any special equipment to become a website tester?

You need a basic set up like a PC or a laptop, a webcam, headphones, and a good internet connection.

How much can I earn from this side gig?

Most of the website testing companies pay around $10 for about 20 minutes of work.

The places where you can start website testing:

#1. Userfeel

You have to answer some basic questions and do a sample test to apply for this role. You get the invites for the website tests through email. It pays $10 for each test, and the payment is made through PayPal.


#2. UserTesting

With UserTesting, the process is quite simple. You sign up with your details, and after getting approved, you start getting invites for tests. The pay is usually around $10 for a 20-minute video, and the payment is made through PayPal.

For this company, you can also test apps along with websites, though you might need to have an iPad, iPhone, or Android devices for the app tests.

#3. IntelliZoom Panel

IntelliZoom Panel is another good usability website that is open to international candidates. The sign-up process is simple: once you register, you need to download a screen recorder and do a sample test. The screen recorder records your movements when you are checking a website along with recording your voice.

You get invited for tests through email. The payments are made through PayPal, and the pay is $8 per test.

Read our review on IntelliZoom Panel here.

#4. Userlytics

With Userlytics, you don’t need to take any tests before starting to work on websites. Simply sign up, and you get invited to test. One thing you will have to keep in mind is that this company requires testers to use a webcam while recording your voice on the microphone during the test. It pays $10 per test, and you get paid via PayPal.

#5. Trymata

Trymata is another good company to start website testing with. The sign-up process is simple, and as with other usability sites, you get invited through email. The pay is $10 per test, which can take around 20 minutes. The benefit of working with this company is you get to test apps as well as websites, so the workload can be a bit more than with the others.

#6. Enroll

Enroll comes with different usability testing gigs. Enroll is flexible because it lets you test on any device, and there are other tests apart from checking a website. You can do many mini tasks. The payments are made through PayPal.

#7. Analysia

With Analysia, you just need to register your details and wait for the invite. The whole sign-up process is quite simple, and the pay is $10 per test. Each test takes up to 15 or 20 minutes. The payments are made via PayPal.

There you have it; all these website are some places to start usability testing. This is not a technical job, and the only thing you need to do is navigate around a website or app and give your opinion.

To make the most of the website testing, you need to keep these tips in mind:

  • The workflow might not be continuous, so if you are interested in this position, try to sign up for as many websites as possible. That way you get invited for more tests.
  • For some roles, you might need to use a webcam along with a microphone, so being comfortable recording your video is vital.
  • Website testing is not a full-time job, so don’t expect to make a full-time income from this. Website testing can be a great extra cash maker.
  • It is also recommended to accept the invites as soon as you receive the email.

For further website testing or extra income options, you can visit Indeed or my Job Board.

Ready to start this flexible extra moneymaker? Jump right in.

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About Sireesha Narumanchi

Hi, I am Sireesha, and thank you for stopping by to get to know me. I am a work-at-home mom, a side hustler, and a firm believer in making "working from home" a success for everyone. I have worked in a remote job for over 11 years and tried many side gigs. I have been featured on many popular websites like Forbes, Business Insider, American Express, QuickBooks, The Muse, Moneyish, Virtual Vocations, Spark Hire, Bustle, Fairygodboss, Side Hustle School, Payoneer, Jobbatical, and Skillcrush.Read more...

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