Are you wondering why companies pay people to test websites and apps? We’re covering everything you need to know about website testing jobs and where to sign up!

As a blogger and business owner, knowing that my site is user-friendly and easy to navigate is critical. Because if I’m losing visitors due to lousy navigation, lack of clarity, poor design, or crappy content, I’m losing money. This is why companies pay good money for objective third-party reviews of their websites and mobile applications.

To get paid to test websites from home, you must be internet-savvy and have good communication skills. You’ll also need basic equipment like a computer (Mac or PC) with a microphone and web camera, a high-speed internet connection, and an updated web browser like Google Chrome. Some companies allow testers to use a smartphone or tablet. Most tests take 5-25 minutes to complete and pay an average of $10 per test.

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22 Ways to Get Paid to Test Websites

1. Checkealos

Get paid to test websites for Cheakealos