- Jun 13, 2018
My next review is not a survey site – it’s for a beta testing website. WhatUsersDo is a UK-based company that lets people earn by testing websites. I think it’s an interesting way to earn, and deserves a review in the Earn That Buck community.
Wanna know if WhatUsersDo is legit or a scam? Read this WhatUsersDo review to find out!
WhatUsersDo: First Impression
First off, I find it strange that websites combine a bunch of words and call it a “brand name.” Mushing together words does not a great name make. But anyways, that was just a small rant. Moving on…
I like WhatUsersDo’s (gaah, that clunky name) website. It’s no-nonsense, but it looks clean and professional. The layout is also makes reading the content pretty easy. Speaking of content, the site has lots of info about how it works.
Also, the site has worked with over 3,000 clients, and case studies are available for you to check out.
My Hot Take: The site is well-made, professional, and is very encouraging to use. Overall, a very positive first impression.
How to Earn on WhatUsersDo
The site offers opportunities to do beta testing for websites. Beta testers go through a website and test or inspect it before the site becomes available to the public. Think of yourself as a building inspector, checking out various features of the structure before the building is opened to the public. Tasks take about 20 minutes to complete.
As a beta tester, your tasks may vary somewhat. You may have to check things like usability (can you actually use the website without getting confused?), esthetics (is the website easy on the eyes?), and technical problems (are there broken links or non-functioning features?). But overall, it’s your job to make sure that a website works as it was intended to.
Before you can start working, you will have to download and install a screen and voice recorder first. You will then earn cash for completing these tests.
My Hot Take: This is a great way to earn. Beta testing is stimulating, challenging, and it’s great to know I’m helping large websites before their opening. But this isn’t no-brainer work, either. You’ll have to give this type of job your full attention.
Earning Potential on WhatUsersDo
You get paid $5 for each task you complete. You can expect to get anywhere from 3 to 5 tasks a month. So at the top end, you can earn $25. On the bottom end, you can earn $15. Overall, not bad!
My Hot Take: You won’t get rich this way - and nobody claims that you will - but working through the site is a great way to supplement your income.
Payout Options on WhatUsersDo
The site offers only one payout option: PayPal. Funds are sent every 25th of the month. So think of this as a part-time job: you get paid in cash on a set payday.
My Hot Take: I don’t mind the lack of gift card options, because I always prefer cash. But if you’re the type who wants gift cards or other rewards, take note.
How to Join WhatUsersDo
If you’re keen on working as a beta tester, I’ll be giving you a link to their registration page below. Ka-chow:
Registration Page: http://panel.whatusersdo.com/become-a-tester
Do note that since this is a special kind of work, you will have to take a practice test before being accepted. The test was no big deal to me, and it shouldn’t be for anyone with an eye for detail.
The Verdict: Legit or Scam?
WhatUsersDo is totally legit! They offer an engaging work opportunity, and the pay is pretty good for the time and effort they require. WhatUsersDo is highly recommended!
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So that was my WhatUsersDo review. Now it’s your turn to share! Have you tried this site? Or have you done beta testing work elsewhere?
Let’s hear your stories!