Jun 23, 2020
Product Testing is available in Canada ~ In a variety of ways.
Some companies distribute free samples to a certain amount of people based on specific criteria. It may factor where you live, how old you are, If you have children, health problems, etc. Companies sometimes only have a certain amount of products to try, so they may even do it randomly.
You will need to be an active participant on these sites as, without competent reviewers, these programs wouldn’t work.
Brands / Review Companies with Product Testing Sites work together to allow you to try products for free in exchange for your input of feedback and honest opinion.
Each product review site works a little differently, and each review may have its requirements.
Not every single member will be eligible for every campaign. Criteria are usually based on a qualifying survey you will need to fill out such as children, location, shopping habits, hobbies, etc
To get the most of these programs, It’s a HUGE Qualifier to be an ACTIVE member of each of these sites.
You must expect “Nothing” and hope for “something” as an opportunity to try a product.
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Bzz Agents Answer quick surveys to fill us in on the things you like, so we can invite you to try the products you’ll love. Share your thoughts on the products we send you by starting real conversations, online and off.
Chick Advisors:: You need to do 5 Product Reviews before generally being considered into the Product Review Club. The more you participate, the more chances you will be chosen.
Family Rated: This is a sister company of Chick Advisors – so you also need to be a contributor to be considered to chosen to participate in their offers. Be aware that many offers are only for USA residents.
Sampler: Just Sign up, and you will time to time get offers to try new products by doing quick surveys to see if you are eligible.
Home Steader Club: Do a few product reviews, and you can be chosen to Test some fresh grocery products. You will need to do a few surveys before as well.
Influencer: This site lets you flex your social media influence and earn rewards using Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Plus VoxBoxes: Each month, Influenster ships out thousands of exclusive VoxBoxes to their members.
PTPA media ~ We’ve got a panel of expert bloggers writing about everything from stay-at-home adventures to deals on fabulous products. An online catalogue of winning products, as selected by parents just like you. But best of all, you can become one of our parent testers, receive free products and make a difference.
Social Nature: Sign up for Healthy Alternatives new products – GMO-Free and other exceptional healthy items to try. Again, you will need to apply and hope you are a lucky contestant.
Product Testing ~ Once you are accepted, we will send you email invitations to participate in product evaluations as projects arise which match your demographics (obtained during registration). These email invitations will spell out the various details about the project, i.e., the type of product, the estimated time involved, the period, the incentives, etc. If you are qualified and willing, you are linked to a screening questionnaire. We select participants from among those who have completed the screener. If we have more qualified registrants than we need, we randomly select the participants.
Location-Based Product Testing Opportunities
Alberta Agriculture in Edmonton Alberta ~ Available in Edmonton Alberta The Consumer Product Testing Centre (CPTC) is part of the Food Processing Development Division of Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development. We work with Alberta’s agri-food industry to develop new food products and processes that help add value to Alberta’s agricultural commodities. Evaluation of many of these new food products takes place at the CPTC, where taste panellists sample the foods and give their consumer opinions. CPTC staff maintains a secure database of people over the age of 18 who are periodically recruited to participate in taste panels. Those who meet the demographic requirements for the particular test are asked to compete at a scheduled time and date. All participants receive an honorarium, starting at $15
ACCCE ~ in Mississauga, Ontario ~The majority of ACCE International’s projects and studies are conducted as central location tests (CLT). Respondents, who are recruited to participate in these types of studies, come to an ACCE facility to evaluate products. The main CLT facility is in Mississauga, Ontario, with partner facilities in key Canadian, US, and European cities.
Individual Companies in Canada Offer Product Reviews Panels
I’m sure there are more of them. Please leave a comment on any that have been missed so that I can include them.