Be a Work at Home Website Tester – $1 to $15 Per Test

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Earn Cash being a Website Tester or Website Usability Reviewer

As a website owner, I can tell you first hand – one of the struggles is making sure your site is easy to navigate. I'm still trying to master this after moving my site from HTML to wordpress. Having a great flow for visitors that allows them to access content easily, find what they're looking for, a design that's pleasing and more — well, it's hard to be objective when it's something you look at every day.

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It's great to be able to get a fresh perspective and that's where website user testing can help create a better experience for your visitors which means building a better business for the site owner.

There are always new opportunities to be a work at home website tester – so please bookmark this page and come back often to get on new companies that are hiring. Please share this page with others as well that you think might be interested.

Work at Home Website Tester Opportunities


– They hire all over the world. Most tests are 5-10 minutes and pay $1, but there are longer tests over 20 minutes that pay $5.

Amazon Mechanical Turks

– Website testing offered, but pay might be much less than some of the other sites listed here. Doesn't mean it's not worth your time though.


– You get to test websites before they are actually live. Earn rewards.

User Feel

– They pay $10 for each test and pay via PayPal. (Your sample test when you sign up can take up to 2 months to be reviewed.)

Startup Lift

– Earn $5 per feedback.


– This isn't just testing websites, there is an opportunity to test apps as well. (Used to be uTest)

Try My UI

– Tests take 15 to 20 minutes and they pay $10 per test.

User Testing

– You don't need to have a webcam and they pay $10 per test.


– Tests take around 15 minutes and they pay $10 per test.


-They pay $10 per test and tests take around 10-20 minutes. They do require a webcam.

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Are you currently make money as a website tester? Keep reading…

Because I want to make this resource page the best possible for those looking for web testing type jobs, I'd appreciate it if those already doing this type of work, or know of companies other than the ones I have listed, share that info in the comments section below. By networking and sharing information, we make this a more helpful page for all of us. Thank you so much.


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  1. natalie cruz says:

    does anyone know about pizza hut wfh site info?

  2. Update, since my last post still making money with Usertesting, love it. Also, with Intelli-zoom, they are awesome too. The pay is 21 days from the testing, but still worth it. The other ones I applied to haven’t got a peep from them since I applied and was approved for testing.

  3. I am registered with Usertesting for a bit and have made 33 total in a few weeks, (3 was for my test, test, if you get my meaning, my first test to be approved. I have registered with 3 going on 4 and will post here as to how it goes. Whatusersdo, Intellizoom I started registering, userlytics registered but taking the test. Thanky ladies, it helps greatly, when you are unemployed, this site always has something.

  4. Feedback Army is no longer active/ Thanks for the list

  5. I’ve been a member of Userlytics an Youeye for quite some time now and have successfully made steady money with them. To da, I’ve never had any issues or problems with either company. I can honestly say that these are two legit, worthwhile companies to work with. I hope this helps!

  6. I haven’t had any issues at all with UserTesting. I don’t qualify for every test — but I’m able to do at least one a week.

  7. Rita Black says:

    I have been signed up with Usertesting for awhile now and rarely qualify for a test. Maybe that’s because I don’t respond quickly enough.
    I was a little skeptical about giving control of my phone to them, (that’s what it says in the agreement).
    Kristen, have you had any problems?

  8. I’ve also been using User Testing as often as I can, and in a month (30 days) I made over 200 dollars. Probably could have been more if I was at my computer more often. The screen tests are quick so you know right away if you qualify or not for the job. If it goes over 30 mins (which I’ve done) they usually pay extra. And the greatest thing about these sites is that they want no filter. Where else do you get to remove the filter from brain to mouth. If you’re frustrated with something they want to know, if you’re pleasantly surprised by something tell them that too. I’ve got a 5 star rating and to do this the only thing they want is true, honest, and corrective criticism. I mean they have their website up for a reason, and if they didn’t want your input on how to make it better would they really want to pay out money for it? The best way to keep your rating high is by giving honest feedback and ways to improve something.

  9. @Kristin
    Thanks for the info!! I’ve been thinking of doing a few of these myself because I think I could learn from doing them as well and improve my own site! That’s really decent money for getting to do it at home!

  10. Kristen Collins says:

    I signed up at about a month ago and I have been making 70 to 80 dollars a week from them. The key is you have to pretty much have the website pulled up already when a test comes in because people snatch them up so fast. I signed up with about 10 different sites and this one and youeye are the only ones I’ve actually made money from. I’ve made $24 from youeye. stays pretty busy especially if you have an iphone or android phone. They pay $15 a test for the mobile phone tests. Hope this helps!!

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