Welcome to my Testing Time review.
In this post, I will be going through all you need to know about the company TestingTime.com, including:
- How to get started with TestingTime
- What “work” you will be doing
- How much money you will be able to earn
- A few pros & cons of testing time which I think you should know about &
- I’ll also give you a few better ways to make money online (if that’s what you’re here for).
If you’ve been considering joining Testing Time as a tester, I highly suggest you read this review carefully as there are some things you
should need to know about.
Let’s get started…
TestingTime Review Summary:
- Get paid via PayPal ✅
- Worth the time ✅
- Not a steady source of income ❌
- You have to be comfortable on camera 🤞
What is Testing Time?
It’s Testing Time!
Well, that is the motto they use at the company I will be reviewing.
Testing Time is a usability testing site that pays users to test out new products, complete studies/surveys, diary studies and more.
This company Testing Time is originally Swiss-based but now is located in London, UK.
They started up with the idea like most research gathering sites to help market research companies find out what users have to say about their products and like the usability of them.
How Do You Get Started With Testing Time?
To get started, you’re (obviously) going to need to create a TestingTime account.
Starting an account and how long it took me was just over 5 minutes, it’s not as easy as just putting in your email address but requires more details.
As you get into the registration you will be asked questions such as your age, name, location, education, job, etc all within the first few pages – it is very easy to complete.
Now you’re probably wondering who is even eligible for this and from scrolling down on the list of countries it seems like they cover them all and anyone can sign up.
Since they are a Swiss-based company, the ones that are going to benefit the most are people living in eastern European countries as most of the market research companies they work with are from these countries (mostly Germany, Austria, and Switzerland).
One last thing is you will need your phone present when signing up. On the final step, they ask for your phone number so that you can verify it with a 6 digit code.
So How Does Testing Time Work?
Now onto the testing apart and for each time a test comes up that fits your demographic, you will be matched and an invite will be sent via your email inbox.
What’s good about these invites is they tell you all the details that you need to know about the study before you accept it, such as the payout rate.
So you can decide there and then whether or not you would like to complete the study, do be aware though that most of them tend to fill up quickly so to ensure your participation you will need to be quick to accept them.
Most tests payout between $25 and $60 and last between 30 and 90 min.
As these studies are face to face you will need both a Skype account and a webcam set up.
Once you have completed a study you will then be sent payment within the next 7 days of completion through either PayPal or Bank Transfer.
Pros And Cons Of The Testing Time
Pro: Get Paid Via PayPal
One of my preferred ways to get paid for my doing things like surveys and testing is PayPal as its safe and payments are generally get to you quicker compared to other means and in some cases can be paid instantly, you will have to wait up to 7 days in this case though.
Pro: Pay Out Well For Your Time
Now I am not sure how accurate and consistent this is but Testing Time claim to pay out up to £60 a survey, not only that but most studies they also claim to take 30 to 90 minutes. This technically means you could make £60/hour.
I don’t normally like to look at online opportunities like this one from that view but the pay does seem very good.
The reason why I don’t is that you can’t get up and work 9 hours and have £540 a day that would be cool though, however, it isn’t possible to do with this kind of opportunity.
Pro: You Get To Help The Development Of Products
One of the reasons why people like to take part in market research is not only to get paid but to actually help improve research and companies products.
Let’s say you complete a survey on yo