Meet the Betabound Team
If the Customer Validation platform is the skeleton, Betabound is the beating heart of Centercode. Every day, members of our 200,000+ tester network are putting their time and energy towards helping our customers build spectacular products. Leading the collaboration between our tester community and our customers is the Betabound Team. From expanding and diversifying the […]
Crowdsourced Testing vs. Beta Testing: What’s the Difference?
Imagine this: you have two groups of 100 testers. You give them the same product. You ask them to report back on their findings. Would their answers be the same? Well, that depends on who the testers in those two groups are. It also depends on what you ask them. Those aspects show the difference […]
Finding Quality Beta Testers: Developing a Solid Recruitment Plan
Beta Test success or failure is heavily impacted by its team of beta testers. If you’ve ever run a Beta Test with unqualified or disengaged test participants, then you know firsthand how their input (or lack thereof) squanders your resources and skews your results. By the same token, enthusiastic testers that accurately reflect your target […]
The 3 Elements of Recruiting Testers
Getting users into your beta test is often one of the first big challenges of preparing to run your beta test. Once you’ve figured out who your ideal tester is (which should represent a diverse range of your target market), you’re going to have to start thinking about how you plan to onboard them into […]
Human vs. Bot Testers
Testing your product before launch and collecting pre-release user feedback is a crucial part of the product development lifecycle. However, one question we’ve seen come up in the industry in recent years as automated testing becomes much more powerful is if human testers are needed for this type of testing anymore. If you’re trying to […]
10 Tips for Selecting Great Testers
For our third installment of the Beta Tips series we’re covering tester selection. At this point you’ve planned your beta test and you’ve recruited a large pool of people interested in testing your product. You know that your testers can make or break your beta, so how do you make sure the testers you select are top notch?