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Date Added: 9/16/2009     Reviewer: windychris
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Website URL: http://www.rentacoder.com
Company Name: Exhedra Solutions, Inc.
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RentACoder Description

RentACoder is a website that connects freelance programmers and firms with small businesses looking to have a project developed. The site is host to a large amount of programmers that specialize in everything from Ajax, C++, Flash, website development, and more. It is also great for freelancers who are looking for work. RentACoder and its parent company, Exhedra Solutions, Inc.. were both founded by Ian Ippolito.

RentACoder Detailed Overview

If you’re running an online business, you’ll eventually come to a point where you will need a script installed, a code written, or a program developed. It’s not your job to take care of the technical stuff so you’ll need to hire somebody to get the work done. RentACoder is a site that carries qualified freelancers who can do the work.

While sites like eLance and guru.com are geared mainly for writers, web designers, and marketers (or employers looking for them), RentACoder’s focus is on programmers. The site is free to join and it’s free to post projects. You can also search the database of coders and invite them to bid on your project.

I used RentACoder to get Wordpress and some custom plugins installed on my web host. Upon posting the project, the bids started coming in without any problems. When you’re posting a project, you’ll have to make sure that you state all the specifics and intricacies of what you want so that there are no misunderstandings.

I found it very easy to look through the bidders as you can see what kind projects they’ve worked on, see how many projects they have worked on, and also check their ratings. You can also look at their bio, resume, and see what kind of certifications they have earned. A great way to choose a great coder is to ask for samples of their work.

I got very good rates for my projects and had my job completed in 2 days like I wanted. The great thing about RentACoder is that they have the best protection for buyers compared to other sites. They will return all the funds if a coder does not get the job done as requested.

You will also pay when the job is completed through an escrow system where the money is held by a third party and only transferred when the project is successfully completed. The money can be sent using Paypal, credit card, and wire transfer.

Now if you are a programmer or a firm looking for projects, RentACoder is one of the best sources of leads. You will have to jump through some hoops to get started, as you’ll need to verify your telephone and credit card/Paypal accounts.

Because software development requires that you have experience, it is really hard to establish yourself on RentACoder. You’ll have to take smaller projects and may even have to bid lower than other freelancers to stay competitive. It will also help if you have certifications on different script languages, as buyers look for these to see if you have the experience.

The upside is that RentACoder can fetch you big jobs that pay more than other sites that bring together employers and freelancers. There are also tons of people who look for a wide variety of projects and there is a constant source of projects to bid on.

Unfortunately, RentACoder has a really high commission fee which takes 15% of the project earnings. That is 5-10% more than other sites and can really eat up your profits. You can withdraw your earnings on the 1st and 15th of each month. In addition, it’s important to be disciplined and stay on schedule to the buyer’s deadline as that can lead to a failed project.

RentACoder is really strict with their coders so you will have to make sure you know exactly what the buyers want. Communication is extremely important, as the site really tries to make sure that the buyers get everything they want. You have to make sure that there are no failed projects or it will reflect really poorly on your account.

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In conclusion, RentACoder is a great site for employers looking for qualified freelancers that can work on their project. The buyer guarantee protects you from fraud and the rating systems really help you pick the right person for the job. It’s also a great site for freelancers, but the site has very strict policies which favor the buyers. I think there needs to be some leeway for freelancers. As long as you are serious, honest, and do a good job for your employers, you will not come across any problems.

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Be careful before doing business with Rent-acoder.com

I don't think that Rent-acoder is a great site. You will find a lot better developers on many other freelancing sites. Biggest problem of Rent-acoder is that they deduct money from the account in a real silent way. People must have to keep on checking their account regularly. Not a trusted company. Even, no address on the site. How can we do a business with someone who doesn't have even a mailing address. If something goes wrong and if you want to send a legal notice, where you will send it. One must have to be very careful dealing with this kind of company. If you are doing business with this Company, make sure that you withdraw your money immediately otherwise you may not find it. Let's say that you are having 10,000 USD and they may charge 10,000 USD on your account like Account dormant fee. Am serious. Please be cautious. Never ever keep any balance at Rent-acoder.com
 
 


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avatar   by David45 on April 11, 2014 at 9:20 AM CST

 
 
 
Safe place to work as contractor

I worked on a small project last year for a catering company thru Rentacoder. The site is where developers and managers meet to make things happen in software or web development. Lisa, the catering manager, contacted me to create a reservation/contact system for their business and it was an easy task for me. They paid me per hour based on the report and working project I showed them. They also gave me a little bonus after the work was done. This type of work is pretty shady if done over Craigslist or anywhere but Rentacoder made me feel that I will be paid for the project reasonably.
 
 


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avatar   by jevans7 on October 18, 2010 at 6:40 PM CST

 
 
 
It's ok, but nothing more

I am working as a freelancer and I get jobs from sites like this. I'm a web programmer and I'll tell my experience with this site talking from this perspective.

The first impression when I entered the site was not so good. It isn't easy to use and it isn't structured very well. I had to spend some time until I understood how I can navigate through their site.

I signed up for an account thinking that I'll get more searching functions, but I didn't.

I took a look at jobs in my area of expertise and there were very low bids for big projects. Buyers accepted those low bids, probably without knowing the true value of their project and I'm sure they will only get the services according to what they pay.

I gave up searching for jobs there because it was a waste of time because of those who bid very low because they can't appreciate what the project requires or because they provide low quality code.

Until the site won't impose a minimum allowed price I won't come back because I'll waste my time when I can use other freelancer sites that respect the buyers and clients with some standards.

I don't know about other domains, but as a programmer there are way better alternatives.

If you're a buyer and just need a fast an cheap job done I think that's the place where you should search.

But if you want more quality you should orientate to other sites. Or if you use this one, don't be fascinated about the low bids and ask for examples of their work to be sure he can provide you a good quality service.
 
 


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avatar   by beckslash on January 28, 2010 at 3:14 PM CST

 
 
 
Mixed views for me

As I have researched the freelancing market, RentAcoder was certainly on top of most people's list. I signed in as a freelancer and I looked around for jobs that were worthwhile in doing. Mainly, from my experience if you are looking for writing jobs on this site, you will need to out bid those who are willing to write for 1.50$ per article which the rate of course is super low. But actually, if you have a good ratio of completing the job there, you tend to get more bonuses and have a good chance to get more jobs there. For those who hire people, of course you will get for what you pay for, those 1.5$ per article can be sometimes good, sometimes really bad. So if you are willing to spend more there, you'll get better quality, unless you are looking for QUANTITY. So, overall, the site is good for all sides and I do recommend anyone who is looking to either hire or do freelancing to check this site out.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by Lovedream on January 28, 2010 at 1:57 PM CST

 
 
 
Professional Site that is Composed of Professional People

I have used this site because I have problems in my software to be used in my offline store computer. When I researched for a good coder on another freelancing site, I found out that this task is not ordinary and people are asking for a large amount for it. That's when my research in Google landed me to RentAcoder.

When I posted my project in there, the bids just came pouring in and I got a perfect guy for the job. He only asks for half the price the other site bidders want. Until now, I am using the software on pricing and product sorting is still intact without any flaws.

The job is done in less than 24 hours and I got the results perfectly. Also, the payment method in the site is very secure and you really are sure about where and when the money goes. Now, I always go to RentAcoder for whatever technical problems I have. A perfect site.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by sheringan on January 28, 2010 at 1:45 PM CST

 
 
 
Baby Articles

I hired someone on Rent A Coder a few months ago to write me some pregnancy and baby related articles because I was advertising a diaper email submit at the time. I knew nothing about the topic so I just hired someone on RentACoder and paid them $2 per article. The person I hired knew how to write in English very well and his grammar was perfect. He had the 10 articles I ordered done in 48 hours and I was very impressed with the quality of the content. I frequently use Rent A Coder for cheap content and I will keep doing so for a very long time.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by VanESA on January 16, 2010 at 3:16 PM CST

 
 
 
Those guys are great

It was about five months ago when I stumbled upon RentaCoder and I was really happy I did. I was in search of something like it, since I myself am not good at coding but wanted to make some ideas happen. It certainly was quite a search, but I'm glad that I was finally able to find the best product for my needs. I have to say that I am very grateful of the service I was able to receive. I set everything up and started searching for the best bid. The process of finding the best person to do the job was a bit long but it was worth it. I was in touch with a few people and finally which were certainly professionals. Of course before hiring I did a bit of a research just to make sure everything is legit. Certainly the person I chose did a great and professional job and I believe that there are a lot more like him. My impression of RentaCoder is very good and I am highly recommending the service. It was surely a great find.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by tedi223 on January 8, 2010 at 10:10 PM CST

 
 
 
Buyer Beware

I have used Rentacoder before, in fact I think it was the first outsourcing site I used. I was looking for people to do very easy tasks like article posting, etc. You know, tasks a third grader could do. All the guys I found were either cheap and from Asia or way overpriced and from USA and Canada. Outsourcing to Asians not bad in itself as I have found good workers from Asia. However, they just did not get the job done. I used about 5 and all were poor workers and did not have the skills they promised me they did. This can be the nature of outsourcing yet the confusing backend of this site and the poor quality of workers I found led me to never return. And I never will go back.
 
 


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avatar   by alexanderpayton on January 7, 2010 at 3:49 PM CST

 
 
 
Rentacoder is not a good freelancing site

I have used Rentacoder and have very bad experience with it. The interface of the freelancing site is very, very poor compared to Odeas and Getafreelancer and other freelancing sites on the net. You will also get many projects to work but I personally don't like them at all. I have moved to Getafreelancer.com after working with Rentacoder for 2 months. You will find lots of programming projects. Moreover, you will even get graphic design, web design, data entry projects there. But always remember its a site for a coder, not designer or any other. If you know programming then this site may help you. I recommend you try them.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by niloyak on January 7, 2010 at 10:52 AM CST

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Articles &YT videos

I use RentACoder to make quick cash whenever I am in need of it. I usually just write articles or make YouTube videos for customers which are the easiest way for me to make money. I usually charge $1.50 for every 100 words and give a discount if they order in bulk. I also charge anywhere from $10-$20 per YouTube video, the price depends on the length and content of the video. I have made a lot of money on RentACoder, I would say more than $500 overall and the people that have hire me have been very nice and professional.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by Aabbey on January 6, 2010 at 10:31 PM CST

 
 
 
Good ONLY for buyers

I signed up for rent a coder to look for projects and was really hoping to earn money.

Actually I did earn money but not a lot. There is a certain part of the payment that is taken by rent a coder which is what they call their commission. That amount is usually 15% of the payment of the project.

I would say that this amount is quite big and is a real far cry from other sites that I have joined. And it's really hard to sign up as a freelancer here since you have to verify your information, as in every bit of information.

The good thing I can say about his site is that there are lots of jobs to apply for. I am pretty good at HTML, CSS and Flash so I found it easy to sign up for projects requiring this skills.

I think if they will keep that 15% rate they will start to lose their freelancers.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by guitarsforsale on January 4, 2010 at 9:29 PM CST

 
 
 
To edit my YouTube videos

I used RentACoder to hire a freelancer to edit 5 YouTube Videos I had made with CamStudio Pro. I needed music to be added to the videos as well as links and pictures. I hired someone 3 days after posting the project and they got the job done in 24 hours. I emailed the freelancer the music and the tunes I needed added to the videos, I told him where to add them and he did exactly what I told him to do. He also added professional links to my videos that did not look spammy which was what I wanted as well. I paid the freelancer $100 for the job, my videos did not go viral but I got a really good amount of traffic and 12% of the traffic from these videos converted.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by johnkool on January 3, 2010 at 1:49 PM CST

 
 
 
RentACoder is a Great Solution Where Applicable

I've been a coder over there (10/10, rank 7k out of 276k) for the last 2 years. I think it's a great resource for developers, server administrators, and businessmen. It can feel highly competitive as a coder, but you make connections quick and therefore private projects with higher payouts.

As far as RentACoder's security goes, I've found it to be top notch. They really take pride in legit business there if you read about their system. Unlike other freelance websites where, as a coder, you have to dodge shady projects here and there. At RentACoder as a buyer your biggest concern is finding a quality coder, and not having to restart projects (besides ratings, be on the lookout for how many jobs your bidder is currently has in progress).

It's worth noting RentACoder's ExpertRating certificates are now free. If you're dedicated to long-term freelance, that's a huge plus.
 
 


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avatar   by EricMuyser on January 1, 2010 at 3:04 PM CST

 
 
 
Good For Start Up Cash

I used RentACoder when I first stared in the IM business and I did not have any money to invest in PPC. So what I did was go on RentAcoder and I offered my writing and web design services for a cheap price. I usually wrote articles for $3 each and I designed websites for $75 each. Sometimes I did not get any projects, so I wrote a whole bunch of articles and sold them all together. Those SEO packages always sold and that is how I made most of my money on RentACoder. I was very happy with this income, but as I got more ambitious I left and started working on Email campaigns.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by Ashes on December 24, 2009 at 4:30 PM CST

 
 
 
Big Project

I use have only use RentAcoder once so I don’t have much experience with their freelancers but it was a pretty big project I hired someone for on RentACoder. I went to RentACoder because I couldn’t find anyone for the project on GetAFreelancer or on GetAcoder so I did a Google search and I found RentACoder. I hired someone to make me my own CL Autoposter because the one I was using crashed and I was losing too much money not posting on CL. The poster was done in 48 hours and I still have it. Right now I use it as my backup poster just in case my main poster goes down again. I paid $375 for the poster and it automates the entire posting process, it adds pictures, different titles, and different ad bodies among many other things. I can post in any city or section with it so the freelancer I hired did an excellent job.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by LaureHere on December 23, 2009 at 9:42 PM CST

 
 
 
Good price, and great results!

RentACoder is perfect for users out there trying to run their own website or services. The Coders are very friendly most of the time and will not get frustrated if they don't understand something you are asking, they just simply tell you to elaborate more and give examples. Their work is done at a reasonable speed, and everything I have purchased pays off in the long run and works great.
 
 


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avatar   by Makar on December 14, 2009 at 10:37 PM CST

 
 
 
The eternal number 1 but not forever I think

Indeed Rentacoder is perhaps the number 1 site in this area. I admit they are really professional and the website is a landmark for the word “freelance”. However, I do think this is the worst site in navigation. For a new comer it is really hard to get around and start working in any sense. Also, they seem a bit static and should definitely make a “face-lift” to the site’s image. I also noticed that people who go there provide a work of poor quality. After posting a job 3 times I still got very little quality in the code. It is indeed a site very much attended by both buyers and coders, but at the end it is quite hard to sort out the good from the bad since those coders I hired all had great reviews and at the end NONE provided the standard quality they promised. All and all, still a site to join!
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by Cruel_but_True on November 24, 2009 at 3:49 PM CST

 
 
 
Good Service, Great Prices

A number of years ago I created an amazing web site that used a WordPress base for a blog, with the comments hacked into a Vanilla forum. Both open source solutions that made for the best of both worlds.

I really loved the site until both sides of the site grew outdated.

As part of my business I provide basic web services for small businesses with an expertise in HTML, blog setup, css, etc. While I have a working knowledge of PHP, it's certainly not my forte. And upgrading my site required this knowledge.

Rentacoder to the rescue!

Instead of spending a couple of WEEKS getting up to speed on PHP enough to upgrade the hacks, I just posted the project on Rentacoder. I got three bids at my asking price or lower. Believe me, saving two weeks of frustration was worth well more than $150!
 
 


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avatar   by AlphaSmith on November 18, 2009 at 11:15 AM CST


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Very competitive but good site

I joined RentACoder two years ago after reading an article in a newspaper about them. The registration process was very easy. It took just few minutes. After registration I went through all available projects. At first I was disappointed because RentACoder is a place basically for people with technical knowledge. I concentrated on non-technical projects such as translation, rewriting paragraphs etc.

After bidding for several months, one of my bids was selected by a buyer. I was required to find and collect more than two thousand recipes online within a period of ten days. As it was my first job there, I accepted and completed it within the specified period. That job earned me $15 and my overall rank increased. I completed many non-technical projects at RentACoder.

RentACoder is highly competitive and winning a bid depends on your profile, knowledge on a particular subject and the way you bid. It is not easy to make money from RentACoder but still a good place to try.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by manhan2009 on October 26, 2009 at 3:16 PM CST

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Happy with the results from RentaCoder

When I was first starting my business I had lots of ideas of what I wanted done and what systems I wanted used to get it done. I had been searching around for months trying to find the right person for the job. I then found RentaCoder and was amazed. After putting up what I needed done, I took a look at different bids and spoke with a few people through email. The closer I got to picking a final person for my project I was able to get more information from this person via phone. I did have a background check done on the person I hired to be safe. I figured I was not going to shell out all this money for a person who wasn't up to what they claimed. I also verified other projects that this individual claimed to be done and when everything checked out, I hired this person. I do want to add that this individual did ok the background check in writing which is a must these days. I will have to say that even though I picked just one, there are many qualified individuals on RentaCoder who can do an exceptional job. I am very happy with this service and will go to this site again if I ever have another project lined up.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by kyleskorner on October 13, 2009 at 11:23 AM CST

 
 
 
Positive experience

I have nothing but good things to say about RentACoder. I had a really obscure need, and had no idea where I could find somebody with the expertise and imagination to understand what I wanted, much less get it done. With a few mouse clicks, I located just the right guy through RentACoder. Great work, easy transaction, and good communication. I still use him to this day.
 
 


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avatar   by techguy111 on October 12, 2009 at 9:44 PM CST

 
 
 
Not much luck with this one

I have tried RentACoder in the past. Being an American writer who makes a living through freelance writing, the competition with non-English natives can be quite tough. Basically, you're competing with individuals from other countries who will do a $1 article. My experience has been clients who have had to repost their projects because of the poor quality of the work. By the time they have to repost, they are rather frustrated and become difficult to deal with. That is not RentACoder's fault, but a challenge that has presented itself. Even when a client posts "Native English Writers Only, " you will still see broken English bids. If there were only measures in place that could filter out these issues to make this particular aspect easier for both clients and English writers.
 
 


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avatar   by gingisnapz on September 18, 2009 at 7:03 PM CST

 
 
 
Great resource - just be careful about who you choose

I found RentACoder excellent. Not only did it give you options about where you wanted your coders to come from, you can also choose their area of expertise.

What I wanted done was very original and even I had no idea what systems were going to be used.

After going through a lot of spammers and those coders who you just wouldn't trust, I found a good one.

RentACoder is well worth a look - just make sure you can get as much info on their background and previous works as possible.
 
 


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avatar   by divapromotions on September 18, 2009 at 12:40 PM CST

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RentACoder is great!

I can't express in words how lucky I was to find RentACoder! I was hastily seeking a cheap, reliable programmer to help me in an important and hard to code project. While working on my own, I completed about 5% a week and after hiring a coder from RentACoder it increased to about 20%. The bids are low, the service is fast and the people are very reliable. It took maybe two weeks to get my first assistant and it cost me 5 times less than a normal site like this. I had never seen my project go faster than with my hired help. Soon, after I was satisfied with the first "rented" coder, I began to hire a few more and eventually got a large project running. If I need any other projects done, I definitely know where to look.
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by paxtenus on September 17, 2009 at 11:02 AM CST

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Rent a Coder is a Great Resource for Outsourcing!

As a freelance writer, I have often had the itch to make a few extra dollars on writing and have looked on this site, as well as similar sites, for work.

Other friends of mine have looked here for work as coders, programmers, and translators and we all have the same reaction... these people pay WHAT for work?! $1 per 20 minutes of writing, $20 for an hour of coding, etc. The figures can get overwhelming and disturbing. So this really isn't the best resource for making decent - or even acceptable - pay for your hard work.

If you are looking for freelancers? That's another story. You will get fairly good quality work in return for your investment. The best advice is to hire someone who speaks decent English but lives outside of the country. They will charge appropriately for the exchange rate. If 3 of their monetary units equals $1 US, they can make 3 times what a US resident can.

So - outsource with Rent a Coder. You will get a good return on your investment for sure. Just don't look there if you are a professional freelancer in the US and you want to get paid what your worth.
 
 


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