We're quite a bit different from all of the other outsourcing sites online, in that all of our WordPress developers have been carefully screened and vetted to ensure they meet our high standards of providing quality communication (in English), clean code, and responsiveness. You can learn more about our screening process here: https://codeable.io/happiness-report-may-2016/

We also have simple but strict rules that experts may only submit estimates on projects they know they can solve. We then stand behind them 100% with our money back guarantee.

Our rates on Codeable range USD $60 - $90 per hour and are based on the total scope to be completed (approx. # of hours), complexity, and urgency.

Pricing really all depends on the scope of work to be completed. So the bigger, more involved the project, the more it will cost to complete.

The best way to get started is to post your project (for free) here: https://app.codeable.io/tasks/new

Once it's posted our experts will begin finding it and the ones who are most qualified with your scope will make comments and ask you questions in order to get it 100% defined and crystal clear. Then they'll provide a no risk, no obligation estimate to complete it :)

You won't get 37 'bids' from people who never read your project brief. You'll get on average 2-3 experts having a real conversation with you to ensure they understand what you're looking to have delivered, and then they'll estimate on it. Our system takes the average of all estimates and adds our 17.5% Codeable fee to the top. So the price you see displayed on your screen is the total out the door price. 

We found that the bidding system used by the other companies online results in a race to the bottom with regards to price, but also to quality. And at Codeable, we care about quality being #1 most important.

While most developers provide a 3-5 day warranty period for bugs found, Codeable has an industry leading 28 day warranty period.

And should you need help from support, we’re always just a click away.

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