You Can Now Buy Test Results In Verify

We get it, every Verify user wants quality results on their test and they want them fast. Over the past few months, we worked hard to make it dead simple to get fast, high-quality results on your tests. We are pleased to announce that, starting today, you can buy test results from testers within Verify! Here is how it works:

You create your concept test as usual. When you get to the Audience tab you'll see a new option to Purchase Results:

Go ahead and check the checkbox next to the option and select how many results you want to get. You can either choose 25 or 50 test results. The price for the test results will be $1 per test result on all the test types except the longer Linked Tests which will cost $5 per test result.

Fill out your billing information and you'll be all set to buy the test results.

That's all! You can sit back and watch the test results roll in. You should get your results within 24 hours of ordering. Testers who are passionate about products will take your concept test and will give you the best feedback they can to help you make a decision.

We're excited to launch this much-demanded feature in Verify and can't wait to hear from all of you who give this a shot. As always, please shoot us any questions or comments at

Make a New Test and Buy Test Results on Verify

Mark (ZURB) says

Typo 3rd paragraph, last line, "oer" isn't a word :)

Mark (ZURB) says

BTW, I love this idea!! and I take my hat off to Notable, it's made life so much better, and clients 'cream their jeans' when they see the way they can interact with their design concepts and makes me look even better!!

Dmitry (ZURB) says

@Mark - Thanks for the shout. Typo fixed. :) Glad you love the idea, let us know how it goes as you run your own test.

Haha - thanks for the hat tip to Notable. Glad your clients are excited about it! :)

Roy (ZURB) says

Louis -

I can see this being valuable if you don't do your own recruiting or have had spotty results with a public test.

But it would be really neato if we knew something about the users, or if there were some basic demographics you could target for purchase (e.g., Millennials aged 13-29; or Women with kids).

Is there a way to learn more about the users hired to take the test aside from that they have a passion toward products?