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Test Drive a Shiny New...Website?
Before a site officially launches, some companies will hire average joes to click around to make sure all the links work and offer honest feedback. "It usually pays about $10 for 20 minutes' worth of work," says Kyle Taylor, founder of The Penny Hoarder, a blog that tests odd jobs and alternative ways to make money. "Sometimes, instead of a written report, they'll just want you to visit the site and record your natural reaction using a webcam." It can be hard to find these sites on your own, so Taylor recommends signing up to be a website evaluator at UserTesting.com or UserFeel.com.
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