9 Sites That Will Pay You To Test Websites

Even after building a website with intention, as web designers we can easily become blind to our own work and not know exactly how users will feel about or use a website we have built.

This is where website testing comes in. Website owners and even web designers themselves will pay users to test their website and give them valuable feedback to improve the website.

This feedback results in improved conversion (think more money) for these website owners. 

As a web designer you have a lot of knowledge that can be very beneficial to these website designers. Here you'll find 9 websites that pay you to test websites. 

User Testing is one of the most popular platforms used by several top companies to improve their customer experiences. They are looking for skilled folks who can help them do just that.

You can get paid $10 for a 20-minute test. Not bad deal at all!

Visit the website here to sign-up, take a practice test and get paid to give your honest feedback / review. 

Sign up  and get started today!

Userlytics provides a great way to earn part-time income from the comfort of your own home and at your availability. This website has you check the usability of apps or a website, completing a series of tasks and instructions, interact with prototype or production web sites or mobile apps, view video commercials, or other digital user interfaces.

You can earn up to $90 while doing so! Sign up here to start testing

With testIO you get paid to find bugs. With this website, you can earn up to $50 for every issue you find.

And if you're not able to find any bugs, you can still get paid by rating apps.

It's also fun to be the first to see the latest apps from top companies and cool start-ups. Register here to start testing.

Even if you have little or no previous experience with testing websites, you can still start testing websites with Tester Work.

All you need to do is sign-up on their website, complete a QA assessment, and join their test cycles that run everyday. Once the test cycle is complete, you get your assured payment. 

With Userpeek, you can earn $10 for every 15-20 minutes of website testing and scale up your earnings by becoming a certified tester on this website.

All you need to get started, is a stable internet connection, ability to use Chrome browser, understanding of the English language and a PayPal account to accept payments.

They also give you guidance and a tour at the time of getting started so you know exactly how everything works.

Yet another great platform you can join to earn money for testing websites is Loop11.

They claim to pay above average rates, bonuses, and frequent opportunities for testers for high quality website testing.

You just need to complete their 5 minute qualification test in order to prove your suitability.  You can apply for Loop11 here

TryMyUI is another website testing platform that pays you to tet and review websites and apps.

All you have to do is test a website exactly as you would in a real-life situation, and voice your thoughts out loud so the site developers can understand your experience in order to improve the website.

You will be paid $10 for each test you take and the tests last about for 20 minutes. You can try TryMyUI here.

With Enroll, you can take user tests on any device—phones, tablets, or desktop.

They have a sample test listed on the website you check out before signing up for their program. They typically have shorter tests than some of the other sites so you may find yourself doing more tests that normal. 

Become a tester with Userfeel and earn $10 per test. Each test lasts about 10-20 minutes and is completed with your own computer or smartphone.

All you will need is a microphone and a Mac or Windows computer to get started. 


A word of advice - when you're taking the tests remember that you job us not to flatter the site and show off how quickly you can complete the given tasks. Perform the tasks according to the test scenario, provide useful feedback and say what can be improved with a given site. 

Do you use any of these sites? Any we have missed? Or plan on trying out any of these sites? We'd love to here below!

Happy testing!

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