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Published 01/15/2010 and rated Ratingstars3 3 out of 5 stars
by AppAppeal Editor
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What can you use the app for? is a social media outsourcing site. The site is designed to bring together buyers and service providers in a social networking environment. Buyers post projects on the site and sellers place bids on the projects. The buyer then chooses the bidder based on their feedback, profile, sample work and cost of the bid. Payment for services is handled between the buyer and the seller, or they can use the escrow service provided by the site to place the money in escrow until the project is satisfactorily completed. The site uses a credit system as payment to the site. Credits are required to place a bid or post a project. Each new member is alloted 625 credits, and more credits are earned by both buyer and seller for each successfully completed project. The site relies heavily on feedback to function, as this is the incentive for buyers and sellers to deal honestly and fairly with one another. Both buyer and seller provide feedback, in the form of a rating as well as a description, at the successful completion of a project. Projects are posted by buyers into categories. Sellers can then browse projects via category or search via keyword. The site has social networking features such as friends, groups, networks, messaging and comments. Users have a My Dashboard page, where they can view a summary of all of the social networking items, plus view projects they have posted or bid on.

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What is the history and popularity of the app?

Boca Raton, FL-based was founded in November 2006. was shut down in 2011.

What are the differences to other apps?

Competition to comes from sites such as and Both of these sites are well-established, but do not offer the social networking features offered by They both have a much larger userbase of buyers and sellers than Both sites place the same heavy emphasis on feedback as does.

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How does the web app look and feel to use?

Pages are very clean and uncluttered. The site is quite responsive, and page loads happen quickly. The social networking features of the site work well and the tools provided for posting and bidding on projects function well also. There is no advertising displayed on the site.

How does the registration process work?

Registration to the site is free and is required to use the site. The registration process asks for first and last name, email address, country, password, date of birth and state or province and zip code. Validation of the email address is required.

What does it cost to use the application?

A free account is granted 625 credits – if these are used up more can be purchased. Users can also spend credits on bold listings or featured placement of their bids or projects. The basic cost to post a project is 100 credits. The basic cost to bid on a project is 5 credits. More credits can be purchased at the following rates: $15 for $375, $30 for 825, $60 for 1,800 and $90 for 3375.

Who would you recommend the application to?

The site is recommended to anyone who has a service to offer or needs to purchase the services of others. The site brings a social networking aspect to the outsourcing and freelancing world, and does a good job of providing both buyers and sellers with the tools they need to complete successful projects.

  • Social networking outsourcing site
  • Buyers post projects, sellers bid on projects
  • The site is based on credits – 100 credits to post a project, 5 credits to bid on a project
  • Social networking aspects include friends, groups, networks, messaging and feedback
  • Feedback is the key to functioning of the site – it provides incentive for buyers and sellers to deal honestly and fairly with one another
  • New users receive 625 credits, more can be purchased at reasonable prices

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