Hundreds of dollars worth of products for minutes of your time. This is the life of a product tester. You can do it before work, after work, while your playing with your kids, whenever you want. With no schedule and nobody breathing down your neck, it's easy to see why product testing is gaining popularity. Believe it or not, the path to becoming a product tester can take as little as an hour to walk down. It's as easy as filling in information on a few different sites. Done.
As with anything, it might be hard to know just where to get started. Allow this short, simple guide to get you on your way.
How Do I Pick A Company To Test Free Samples For?
Upon scouring the net for potential leads, sorting through all the product testing jobs available at the time may seem a little overwhelming. Many factors should go into deciding upon a product testing site to work for; the products available, the amount of work available on a monthly basis and the ease of use. "Ease of use?" I hear you saying, "But I'm just playing with free stuff, that's as easy as it gets!". Here's the thing. After trying out a new product, you may be required to write several paragraphs on your experience with said product, or you may simply only need to fill out a short questionnaire, it really depends on the company you choose to test for.
Everybody's experience varies in terms of how much time they have to invest in product testing and which products they are interested in so there is really no one-size-fits-all product testing position. Fortunately, the abundance of opportunities to choose from ensures anybody can find a product testing position that interests them.
Tips For Finding Product Testing Jobs
- Start with the search engines. Simply typing things like "test free samples UK" or "free product testers" will get you on your way. You'll notice right away the abundance of positions available. With so many options to choose from, the next step is finding out which ones are worth your time.
- Once you find a position that suites your appetite, do some research on the company offering the position. In the same search engine, search for company reviews or type the company name followed by the word "scam" and hit enter. This is sure to bring up any potential negative feedback against the company.
- Never pay for work. Remember, we want to test free products. If a company asks you for money, no matter what their excuse, always move on to the next one. Luckily, this doesn't usually happen as the world of product testing is generally a safe one.
- Join as many product testing sites as you'd like! Nobody ever said you have to work for just one. The more sites you join, the more free stuff you get.
- Test products that suit your interests. In contrast to the last tip, it can be tempting to join as many sites as possible to get as much free stuff as you can, but only joining sites that offer products that suit your interests ensures that product testing will remain a fun hobby and not feel like work. No matter what your interests, there are bound to be many positions available,
And that's it. Really. I know there should be more, but there isn't. It's really that simple. Makes you wonder why you're not already doing it, doesn't it? Well go on, do it then.