Saturday, February 6, 2010

oDesk February Earnings

I wanted to make this post to give people an idea of why I spend so much time on oDesk and why I really encourage people to try it out, especially if they have a passion for writing, can commit to deadlines, and are results oriented. Today's just February 6, and for this month I already earned $331.66. My other ongoing projects are not yet complete so they haven't been paid, but for 6 days this amount is not bad. My last withdrawal was back in January 31 for a couple of dollars short of a hundred - I used that for groceries, hahaha!

If you want to give oDesk a shot, just click on the banner below and you'll be directed to the sign up page. I'll be more than happy to help you out, and don't forget to check out my posts about oDesk tips!

The On Demand Global Workforce - oDesk


chubskulit said...

wow maganda pala ano, do I have o take an exam or something.. Pag di na ako masyadong busy, itatry ko.. This isn't bad at all.. Mas malaki pa ata kita mo sa odesk kesa sweldo mo ina month hehehe sa trabaho diba..

Leslie Ann said...

oo rose, tapos nasa bahay lang ako kahit pambahay lang ang suot at minsan wala pang ligo kumikita pa rin, hahaha!

RACNicole said...

Hi, this is Nicole from Rent a Coder. I'd like to congratulate your success as a virtual worker. I’d also like to invite you to try Rent a Coder because there are some important differences between our service and Odesk that could save you money and better guarantee your paychecks.” Rentacoder provides access to programming, writing, illustration, even data entry jobs. You can get a sense of the broad scope of work available here:

First, oDesk requires workers to move their mouse/keyboard every minute or two, or they don't guarantee to pay you. This can be very difficult (or impossible), when you're doing things like planning, design or other mental work. To protect yourself, you have to try to remember to constantly jiggle your mouse (which can be like "trying to talk and chew bubble gum at the same time"), or choose to forego the guarantee. Rent a Coder pays you for this sort of work without requiring you to do this. In addition, Odesk only guarantees to pay you for the first eight hours in a day. If you're working hard on a project for a buyer and have to go over that time, you do it at your own risk. At Rentacoder, every hour is guaranteed.

Second, as chubskulit suggested, workers on Odesk cannot place more than 2 bids a month unless they take certain Odesk tests, or receive feedback on a certain number of projects. Experience tells us that it takes many bids to land just one job. With limited opportunities, you may not be successful with a service that limits your ability to bid. That's why Rent a Coder offers free and unlimited bidding so that you could earn even more than what you're earning now.

Third, on pay-for-deliverables projects, Rent a coder requires the buyer to escrow 100% of the funds upfront and protects your money with arbitration (and will force a malicious buyer to pay you). We will even go so far as to test the deliverables if necessary to prove you met the contract. But Odesk doesn't do any of these things. So you can do all the work and end up not getting paid a cent.

One more thing you should note is how our services differ in the way we handle arbitration. In short, oDesk's limited arbitration could prevent you from getting rightfully paid for the work you do. And they won't test your work to make sure it meets contract requirements. At Rentacoder, We offer arbitration on all projects free of charge. 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 differences as well. I invite you and everyone to compare the 7 major services through this link to learn even more:

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


Leslie Ann said...

Hi Nicole,

Thank you for stopping by my blog and for your offer. I have answered the points you raised in a new blog post which I hope you will check out. Here's the link:

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