Top 5 Quick Ways To Make Money During Quarantine

I'm going to give you five different sites that you can go to, websites, and apps where you can make money online. None of these cost anything to get started. They're all free. You have to register.

They're all available throughout the world. All you need is a computer and a mic. Some of these prefer that you have a camera as well, but if you don't have a mic or camera, most PCs do, you can hop on Amazon, buy one real cheap, have it shipped to you, it'll be worth it.

This stuff is all pretty easy. These money making sites do pay; they've been around a long time, most of these sites.

1. Userfeel

If you want to get started being a tester on Userfeel, you go up to this BECOME A TESTER link that you see at the top of the page here. You can become a tester, and earn $10 per test.

Userfeel is a legitimate opportunity. Lots of big companies out there want to know what it's like when you use their app or their website. Depending on where you are in the world, what language you speak, what kind of browser you have, your operating system, the hardware, and that stuff vary from device to device and from person to person. So they want to see what it's like for you.

If you did three tests, it takes you 20 minutes, which is on the lower end of things, that'd be 30 bucks an hour. If you're on the last round, that could be, you know, $10 times 6, so that's $60 an hour.

What are usability testers supposed to test? They conduct usability tests on websites; they help the site owners find bugs. What equipment do you need? All you need is a Windows or Mac computer, and you need a microphone.

They straight up tell you it doesn't have to be great. You don't need a camera on this one. You'll see that they want to see your reaction as you're browsing the website, which some people are uncomfortable with that, but you'd have to know, it's just a private experience, and it's just a company looking at you.

You can read through this, see what they want you to know before you get started. But, really straight forward, they pay you through PayPal. So, that is the first one,

2. Usertesting

You're just going to want to go up to the top where it says, "Get Paid to Test." You're going to click on that link. That's the page that I'm on now. And you'll see that this one is very similar to the first one. You're going to get up to $60 per test. You're going to visit a website or an app, on your phone or your computer, complete a set of tasks, and get paid.

You enter your email to get signed up. It's all through PayPal. Again, $10 for every 20-minute video you complete. You can see they have a little video that explains it. It's a funny, goofy short video, but it gives you an idea.

I'll scroll through this real quick, but you can see they're showing people, they're on their sites, and they're just going through, the movements and explaining what they're seeing.

You can see as you go through here, they're talking into the mic, "Hey, what did I do wrong? This checkout isn't working." And that's the kind of feedback that these sites want to know. Real straight forward, click, enter your information, sign up, and you'll be ready to go. That's

3. TryMyUI

There's a big button right here. You can see it. It says, "Get Paid to Test." We'll click on that. Be a "Try My UI tester," and get paid to use websites and apps and get their honest feedback.

Now, this one, I believe you need to have a camera for a $10 flat rate for every test you take for 20 minutes. It's kind of nice when you know exactly what they're going to pay you because some of these sites are different.

They post jobs at different times. But this one, again, straightforward, through PayPal. What you want to do is you want to sign up for all of these sites.

The reason is that they don't always have jobs available for everyone every second of the day. You want to be signed up on all these to make sure that you have appointments available and that you can work when you want to.

4. Userlytics 

Userlytics has been around for a long time, so you know that this is legitimate. They're going to pay you on time, and they're going to have lots of jobs available. Userlytics also has a variable pricing plan.

They're going to pay you $5, some you can get up to $90. I wanted to land on the homepage here so that I could show you in the far upper right here, and you can see the test or sign up. It's hidden. I want to show you where that is.

The registration process is the same. You get paid through PayPal, but with this one, what you're going to want to do is they give you some software that you download This is one of the sites where they're going to want to see your webcam. You're going to want a microphone.

It is only available on Mac, Windows, Android, and iPhone. You can download those apps in the store, and you're just going to download the app.

They're going to take you through instructions just like the other sites, and you're going to give your feedback, speak into the microphone, they want to see you doing it. It is a very well known user testing site.

5. Respondent

This is for your executives, your marketers, people who have some professional experience that can give feedback, are highly valued. You can see business owners, average hourly incentives, $500.

If you own a business and you have some experience there, software developers. This one, if you want to make some great money at home and they have available jobs, that's what you're going to want to do.

It's a little bit more extensive of an application process because they want to make sure that you are who you say you are. You verify your profile, then you'll get matched up, and you'll get paid. I've used this. If you have some professional experience, I recommend checking this one out.

I hope you guys liked these sites and apps that I shared with you. Hopefully, you can make some money, and they're helpful for you, especially during this crazy quarantine.

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