Sell Your Programming Skill at RentACoder

rentacoderIf your programming skill is good then RentACoder might be a good place for you to earn some money. RentACoder received a lot of good feedbacks from many buyers. This you can check out their testimonials site. There is a whole list form the year 2003 until 2008. That’s not a surprise when the site charges a 15% on the profits for the work you have done. So far that’s the highest fees that I have seen. Payments are done through PayPal. The site has been around for almost 8 years. When you go through their site you can notice that they have fine tune their FAQ and covered almost any question that you can think of. When you sign up as a programmer with RentACoder, it’s not just the projects that you’ll get but also their experience to well serve you. You don’t have to worry about anything but concentrate on finishing the project. The site will handle all the money collecting.

RentACoder has an affiliate programs that pays up to 1/3 of the profits. This is how they calculate the money that you’ll earn. As mentioned earlier, the site charges 15% on all the profits. 5% will go to expenses and left 10% profits to the site. From this 10% you’ll get your affiliate earning of 1/3 cuts. That means you’ll get 3.33% of all the amount of projects that you bring in. For example if the project bids on $4000, then you’ll get $130. Plus, if you earn more then $500 as affiliate then your profits will increase to 50%.

I think most of you that have been blogging for sometime should be familiar with RentACoder. A site that has been around for 8 years definitely has the experience and skill to be one of the best software freelancing sites.



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4 Responses to “Sell Your Programming Skill at RentACoder”

  1. Toni says:

    The problem with sites like this is that people who use them are more concerned with a cheap price than a quality product.

    But that aside, even if someone was willing to pay good money for a good product there is no way I would ever get work through a site like that purely on cost. As the ? is strong at the moment against the $ even competing with people based in the US I’m still twice as expensive …

  2. Kumo says:

    15% charges definitely a high price to pay. There are a lot of sites that offer a much more lower price. This site is able to survive for so long with that kind of charges surely has something that worth it.

  3. Sergey I.Grachyov says:

    “There are a lot of sites that offer a much more lower price.”

    These sites are luck of Arbitration service and luck of Escrow service.

  4. Kumo says:

    Thanks for sharing the info and experience.