The Beta Tester Blog

Practical advice for becoming a top-notch beta tester.

Private & Public Betas: What’s the Difference?

There are two very distinct types of beta tests: private beta tests (aka “closed”) and public beta tests (aka “open”). They are two very...

What Motivates You? The Results Are In!

Being a beta tester is a big responsibility. When you volunteer your time and energy to helping shape a product, the impact that you have on that...

What Do Beta Testers Actually Do?

Even if you haven't been a beta tester before, you're probably familiar with the basics of what beta testers do. They get to play with unreleased...

The Legal Documents of Beta Testing

Beta testers are often asked to sign legal agreements as part of joining a company's beta test. While it may be tempting to just sign the documents...

The 3 Kinds of Beta Tests on Betabound

So you've decided that you want to sign up for a beta test. Now comes the fun part: choosing which beta you want to join! As you've probably already...

Boost Your Chances of Getting Selected

We've all been there: you're really excited to beta test a promising new game or product, only to find out that you weren't chosen because...

7 Great Reasons to Become a Beta Tester

Volunteering to be a beta tester for a company is a big responsibility. It involves committing your time and energy to testing a product and...

Quick Writing Tips for Beta Testers

Being a beta tester is an exciting opportunity to try out and share your thoughts about a new product before anyone else. However, if you share...

Welcome to Betabound!

If you've come here looking for OnlineBeta.com, don't worry; you're in the right place. After more than ten years of successful beta testing made...