Where can I find beta testers?

Alexandra Thomas
6 replies
Hi everyone! We're getting ready for our beta launch in the coming weeks and we're trying to find ways in which we can get early adopters, or 'beta testers' to review our product and give us their honest feedback! Our product is an all-in-one ecommerce solution, already well-established on the French market. We obviously have taken note of the biggest websites such as BetaList, Beta Page, Betafy, BetaBound etc. but I was wondering if anyone had any other websites or ideas they'd like to share? Thanks!


Monil Shah
We found our beta testers in friends and family! I think it's the easiest way to get some eyes on the product. That said, putting your product in hands of users who don't personally know you definitely has its own benefits! You should also check out IndieHackers. Most importantly (and we've learned this the hard way)- if feasible, creating an online community of sorts would benefit y'all in the long term! A slack workspace of beta testers (in your case) or a Whatsapp Group gives you a great opportunity to be close to your users, and gives your users very direct access to the team! BTW If y'all are looking for a customer journey analytics platform, feel free to check us out here (we just added a free tier to make it more accessible): https://www.bluegreenanalytics.c... Good luck with the launch :-)!
Alexandra Thomas
@monil_shah2 Hi Monil! Thanks for your suggestions, I'll definitely look into a community of sorts, that could be really useful.
Shrey Gupta
Hi Alexandra, Here are some platforms where you can find beta testers for your product. Beta List BetaBound BetaPage Beta Family Erli Bird Beterest Betatesters Betafy Beta pitch Besides, there are various Facebook groups and subreddits where you can find beta testers. https://www.reddit.com/r/alphaan... https://www.reddit.com/r/TestMyApp https://www.reddit.com/r/TestFli... https://www.reddit.com/r/betatests/ https://www.reddit.com/r/Android... https://www.reddit.com/r/SidePro... https://www.reddit.com/r/IMadeThis/
Alexandra Thomas
@sshreeey Hi Shrey! Thank you for the really useful advice, I'll take a look into the sites I'm less familiar with!
Matthew Johnson
Who is your target audience? I would hang out wherever they hang out (Slack communities, Facebook groups) and try and find them there. There is also a reddit forum for this https://www.reddit.com/r/alphaan...