User Testing is an excellent way to get started and can take you from £0 income to a minimum of £100 per week and much much more than that is available, this guide will lay the groundwork for you to get started with absolutely £0 to stay making a tidy side income with that said let’s begin.

There are several User Testing websites which all have multiple tests up per day, These tests often pay $10-20 for 10-20 minutes of your time making them especially lucrative (Although it does take some time doing the screening questions

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Usertesting

Link(s): User Testing

Have they paid me: yes (~£670 in total)

Website portal: Yes.

App: Yes.

Emailed opportunities: Yes

Payment options: $10 via PayPal 7 days after completing the study

Summary: User Testing offers the highest number of opportunities and provides the quickest payouts among similar platforms. However, I occasionally encounter frequent screening disqualifications. Despite this, I consider it a reliable website where I have experienced considerable success. The majority of the studies can be completed within a brief timeframe, typically under 10 minutes.

TestingTime

Link(s): Testing Time

Have they paid me: yes (£25 this year so far)

Website portal: Yes.

App: No

Emailed opportunities: Yes, but easier to check the website.

Payment options: Compensation varies based on the duration of the test, with payments typically processed approximately 14 days after study completion. The platform also offers a significant number of market research interviews with higher remuneration rates.

Summary: Advisable to regularly visit the website rather than relying solely on email notifications. The platform diligently maintains and updates its listings on the site.

IntelliZoom

Link(s): Intellizoom (UserZoom, non ref)

Have they paid me: Yes (£100)

Website portal: Yes.

App: No (just a recorder for doing studies on your phone)

Emailed opportunities: Yes, but can also check website.

Payment options: Receive compensation of either $8 or $5, which is disbursed through PayPal approximately 21 days following the completion of the study.

Summary: Intellizoom delivers study opportunities directly to your inbox. Although the quantity of available studies may be relatively limited, this often translates to a lower frequency of screening disqualifications. The card sort studies, which offer a $5 compensation, are particularly straightforward to complete.

Userlytics

Link(s): Userlytics

Have they paid me: yes (£50)

Website portal: Yes.

App: No (just a recorder for doing studies on your phone)

Emailed opportunities: Yes.

Payment options: €10 via PayPal ~30 days after completing study

Summary: This platform closely resembles Intellizoom in its functionality, but additionally offers a substantial number of “live conversation” opportunities. In my experience, I have solely been selected for user tests, although it has been some time since I last qualified for a study on this site.

Respondant

Link(s): Respondent

Have they paid me: Yes

Website portal: Yes.

App: No

Emailed opportunities: Yes, but better to check website.

Payment options: The majority of studies offer compensation in the form of cash, which is deposited into your PayPal account upon completion. In certain instances, alternative payment methods (such as BACs transfer) may be arranged and confirmed prior to the study.

Summary: To stay ahead of the latest opportunities, it is recommended to proactively visit the website on a regular basis rather than solely relying on email notifications. The platform is diligent in maintaining and updating its listings directly on the site.

Userinterviews

Link(s): User Interviews  Link gives a $10 bonus when you sign up and complete a study

Have they paid me: yes (£500)

Website portal: Yes.

App: No

Emailed opportunities: Yes, but it is better to check the website.

Payment options: The majority of studies provide compensation in the form of RewardLink gift cards, which can be redeemed in British Pounds (GBP) at a wide range of retailers, including but not limited to Amazon and Tesco.

Summary: This platform stands out as one of my top picks among the user-testing websites I regularly engage with.