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Become an at Home Product Tester for New Parents

Become an at home product tester for new parents

“Why did they put so little tape on these things?”. The exasperated parent, in the middle of trying to seal a diaper as their adorable newborn squealed. Become an at home product tester for new parents. Share your opinions and be part of the next generation of must-have products.

Now, this wouldn’t be the first time, sleep-deprived and exhausted, the new parent would find themselves fighting with a gadget or baby product. Every time something doesn’t work as expected or doesn’t do what it’s supposed to do increases the frustration on parents. It’s guaranteed, that the next time there’s a play date the parents are going to share what products work and especially what products to avoid at all costs.

Why Become a Product Tester as a Parent?

The last thing a new parent wants to do is fight with an unnecessary or defective baby product or device. Become an at home product tester for new parents and help other new parents simply reviewing products that you use every day. Each review earns you money for items in our shop.

The companies that make baby products are constantly on the lookout for feedback because catching problems early can save an entire product line. Finding ways to tap into the valuable first-hand experience of new parents is something all product manufacturers are willing to pay well for.

Getting the opinions of new parents, though, can be extremely difficult in the best of times. Between short hours of sleep and the often hectic schedules new parents face. Especially, telling a manufacturer what they think of their products is very low on the daily to-do list. Very few parents have the time, or will-power, to call up a manufacturer to tell them what they think of a product. Manufacturers, though, need ways to get parents to tell them about the good and the bad in the things they make.

What are At-Home Product Tests on PointClub?

PointClub users should keep an eye out for IHUTs mixed in with their regular survey offerings. It could be a special bonanza in rewards!

So, enter one of the most successful ways for manufacturers to get the information they need. In-home user testing, or what the survey industry calls IHUTs.

Here’s how IHUTs works at PointClub. First, members are asked to take a survey to see if they are part of the target group the manufacturer is looking to get feedback from.  Next, if they are qualified for the survey, the member is asked if they would be willing to participate in the study. After that, the member will be asked to provide their mailing address. All data collected is completely confidential and is never used shared with any outside company. Lastly, users that willing participants are notified that the product will arrive within a few days. 

When the package is delivered, it’s up to the parent to use the product as they normally would. A few days after the products arrive, the tester will receive a follow-up email. This email will ask for feedback on their experience with the product. In conclusion, completing the follow-up survey is how the tester earns their reward. Which Indeed, can usually be a good amount of cash.

It’s that easy!

How Much can you make from Product Testing?

Manufacturers love using IHUTs because nothing beats a first-hand account by the people who are most involved in the use of their products. Companies are usually are willing to pay $5 to $25 for the direct feedback from users. Above all, you will get paid more if the user is asked to test the product longer. The manufacturer takes this feedback and may make changes to a product that will make it better. In fact, the changes made could simplify or reduce the price of a product, too.

Alright, so how do you get started? You can sign up with PointClub now and get paid to test products at home straight away. We hope this post has encouraged you to become the next best product tester, all from the comfort of your home. Happy testing! 

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