Sunday, 25 April 2010

The top 3 freelance sites

Moved to my other blog.

7 comments:

RACNicole said...

Hi, this is Nicole from Rent a Coder.

As you suggested (thank you), everyone is welcome to sign up with our service and start bidding on a wide variety of jobs right away.

I just want to remind everyone that some other benefits of working thru our service include:

1. Low Fees. Rent a Coder does not have any subscription fees or any other types of hidden fees. Our project fees are as low as 6% and we guarantee all types of work.

2. Guaranteed Payment. Rent a Coder protects your money with escrowing on all job types.

3. Unlimited Bidding. Rent a Coder offers free and unlimited bidding without subscription fees or any other types of hidden fees.

4. Arbitration Protection. At Rentacoder, we offer arbitration on all projects free of charge and we test your deliverables to make sure they meet requirements so that you can get paid. We also prevent abusive buyers from stalling the start of arbitration. As a result, 45% of our arbitrations are completed under a day. 75% under a week. We additionally publicize the detailed rules of how our arbitrators make their decisions.

There are other benefits as well. I invite everyone to compare the 7 major services through this link to learn even more about the many unique features at Rent a Coder: http://www.rentacoder.com/RentACoder/DotNet/misc/CompetitorInformation/WhyRentACoder_ForSellers.aspx

If you have any questions, please let me know. You can also call in to talk to a facilitator 7 days a week, or email us (see http://www.rentacoder.com/RentACoder/misc/Feedback.asp).

Nicole
www.rentacoder.com

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Since October of 2008 I work on odesk and I can predicate it is the best freelancing site on the internet. I started from $2.2/hour. Today my hourly rate is $5.5 adn I have developed SEO and SMM skills. Freelancing on odesk is the only source I make my money.

neil said...

Pretty good post. I just stumbled upon your blog and wanted to say that I have really enjoyed reading your blog posts. Any way I’ll be subscribing to your feed and I hope you post again soon.I tried to subscribe to your rss feed, but had a problem adding it to google reader. Could you please check this out.

Ashvin said...

Thanks for pointing that out, neil. Didn't realize there was something wrong with it. I will fix the RSS feed soon.

Sharaj said...

I'm a regular freelancer working on Scriptlance.com. The rates on scriptlance is comparatively high than Odesk I think. Odesk also a Great Marketplace. You should also include scriptlance.com in your top site list. Thank you
Sharaj

sunil said...

Right now i am working through odesk. I have done more than 40 Wordpress assignments there on a single profile but right now there are a lot of new providers (bidders) so some time the employer may not see my profile before he go through my profile (although my profile is very strong as all the 42 jobs are done using Wordpress) but I am not getting value of my skills in odesk so I want to switch to another freelance site. I want to switch to something that is paid so that new providers (bidders) can not apply to jobs and I can get best for my skills. I came to know about elance, guru and freelancer.com which is best one for me? I am willing to pay some money for bidding. But I need a lot of work as I need work for a team of four members.

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I am a newbie in odesk, and being into it part-time only, I can say I am pretty much satisfied with my job turn-out. All I can say is that as a provider, you have to be wary and check of employers' guaranteed payment before you even apply for the posted job. I'm happy to say that at odesk, you can check that payment guarantee of the would-be employer.