Beta Tester’s Program

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What is a beta test?

A beta test is typically the last test performed by companies prior to releasing a product. It’s a test that involves real customers using the product in real environments. From identifying critical bugs to providing general opinions and ideas about the product, a beta test allows potential customers to be involved in the company’s product development.

Testers have a chance to experience a new product firsthand, share their insight and ideas with a company, and help make a better product.

 

Why do companies run beta tests?

A successful beta test can have a huge impact on the success of the product, and can sometimes mean the difference between success and failure for a new product. A beta test can uncover problems with a product, new marketing angles, and other key bits of information. So, a relatively small amount of time and money invested into a beta test can result in a big return for the company.

 

Why should I join a beta test?

There are a lot of great reasons to be a beta tester. Besides earning free products and other incentives, beta testing can provide tremendous personal and professional rewards. Here is a short list of some of those benefits our testers often experience:

  • Learn about new technologies.
  • Earn a generous discount on the product you’re testing, get other free products and test opportunities.
  • Enhance your professional and personal knowledge.
  • Network with people who share similar interests.
  • Contribute to the quality of a product you enjoy.
  • Be recognized as an expert and be part of an exclusive group of testers.
  • See a new product before anyone else.
  • Exercise your experience with a new and innovative product.
  • Be part of a select team that interacts with a company about their new products.

 

How long is a typical beta test?

Beta tests vary in duration. Sometimes they’re a week; sometimes they can last several months. As issues are discovered, tests can be extended or even stopped early.

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