When someone makes big and very complicated website  it’s hard to find all the errors or mistakes.

Since big web design companies don’t have time to spend on testing every single code and functionality, they pay you to do that.

There is this site called usertesting, where you will get paid to test someone’s website or blog.

Be a User Tester and Earn $10 per Website.

How it works?

Website owners will pay to watch a real person use their site so they can discover where their site is confusing. UserTesting.com has a panel of “user testers” to do this.

If you become one of their user testers, then whenever your demographic profile is requested, you’ll have an opportunity to earn money using a website.

You use their online screen recorder to record a video of what’s happening on your screen – mouse movements, clicks, and keystrokes – and your spoken comments while you use the website you’re testing. (Videos are typically 15 minutes long.)

You answer four questions in writing about your experience.

You’ll earn $10 (paid with PayPal).

How to become a user tester?

Be at least 18 years old

Have your own PC or Mac (Mac OS X 10.5 or higher) and a broadband Internet connection. You can record your voice with a microphone or by telephone.

Fill out a one-page form with your demographic information (gender, computer experience, etc.).

Use their browser-based screen recorder to record your screen and verbal comments as you browse a sample website.

Who would say that this would be very profitable, well as it seems, this site attracted a lot of attention and user which even make easier for owner of the site to promise more money to people who are testing and checking sites daily.

Be a user tester and make money online, tell me what you think about this.