You can find many websites on the internet that pay money just for watching videos, taking surveys, and answering some basic questions. These sites include inbox dollars, Swagbucks, and many more. Even if these websites won’t make you rich overnight, extra income is always a great idea.
Having said so, if you’re confused about getting paid, yes, user testing does pay. All the user testing jobs from major companies pay their testers. There is an average pay rate of $8 per test, but some offer around $4-$6. You get paid in different amounts for different types of tests. The longer the test, the more you get paid; it usually ranges from $10-$12.
There are a variety of tests available for user testing jobs that include card slot tests for categorizing website sections as per the type of information they’ll contain; for instance, for a news website, you’ll receive topic cards such as local news, world events, politics, fashion, and sports. It’s your responsibility to arrange the cards in a logical order.
Furthermore, there are tests for testing the website’s functionality when registering as a new customer. Such tests pay significantly higher than usual. Plus, you can also opt for mobile testing.
If you’re wondering when you’ll get paid, in most user testing jobs, you get paid once every week or twice a week, although some companies pay weeks after testing, so you may have to wait a while.
Some clients pay just for testing. Basically, they’ll pay you just for your review. You’ll get your payment once you install the application, use it, and share your opinion about it. Moreover, some application installations forbid you from uninstalling them. This is so the app remains on your mobile and you can use it later on.