WhatUsersDo is a fantastic company that pays you to test online or interactive content for their clients. Examples of items they pay to test include websites and mobile applications.
In the last year I have been a WhatUsersDo tester sporadically at times. I had a problem with Java, which prevented me from testing, but recently I have got back into it now. My best ever month saw me earn nearly £100 but I am already well on track to have a fantastic May!
Around six months I wrote a post here about being a WhatUsersDo tester. WhatUsersDo testers are paid to test online or interactive content. If you are an English speaker you are allowed to sign up as a WhatUsersDo tester. Testers are paid £5 tests performed on mobile, tablet and computer based devices.
You will require a broadband connection, a computer (PC, Netbook, Macbook or Laptop), with IE7 and above, Firefox 2 and above, Safari 3 and above or Google Chrome (The PC version).
I’m known online for being someone who loves to diversify her income. I make money in a variety of manners. These include completing paid surveys, undertaking mystery shopping and using affiliate marketing on this blog. Another great way that I make money is by completing website testing with WhatUsersDo. Anyone can join for free and start making money.