I last recommended Interberry 7 months ago in a post which you can read here (I highly recommend reading that post if you haven’t already). In fact, I’ve only ever made 2 posts recommending and promoting them, but you guys listened to my advice and 54 of you actually contacted them.
Of those 54 enquiries, 21 continued on to receive actual quotes, and of those 21 quotes, 11 of them actually went through with the projects.
Kudos to you guys for having an idea and actually following through on it. So many people have ideas and like to tell their friends and family about how good their ideas are, but never actually do anything about it. 54 of you at least attempted to do so, and so I salute you.
I have been working with Interberry for a year and a half now and have got them to do two very large projects for me. So far, I’ve commissioned roughly $11,000 worth of work from them, so you can be sure that I personally like and use these guys.
In fact, after I write this post I’m going to get them to add some more cool features to Movie-Vault.com (which they made for me) including full Facebook integration.
Work with Interberry and you will get your own private team assigned to your project. Here was my team for PublisherChallenge:
Remember how I said that 11 of you actually listened to me and went ahead and hired Interberry for your projects? Well below are testimonials from 2 of those 11 people:
Greg is a lurker of my blog who trusted my recommendation of Interberry and hired them for not 1 but 2 projects. He was so happy with how the first project turned out that he hired them again a few months later for another project of his.
FantasyPickup.com is a very unique idea for a website. While I think that the idea itself may be difficult to grow and monetize, I do think that it is a very interesting idea.
Basically, it’s a type of online scoreboard that is meant to help push you out of your comfort zone and be less shy with the ladies. As I am very shy myself, I can really understand how this game can help some people.
In FantasyPickup, you and your friends agree to a set of rules (that you make yourselves) and assign points to different actions. For example, going up to a pretty girl in the mall and asking what the time is could be worth 1 point while actually asking a girl out could be worth 30 points.
The points are put into the website which keeps track of everybody’s score and the winner could receive some cash, bragging rights, or whatever the group of friends decide.
Below is a YouTube video describing how the game works in more detail:
I personally believe that using competition and games is one of the best and most fun ways to do things, so I do like this website idea. I just think that it may be a bit hard to market and monetize.
But Greg had an idea and went with it, and Interberry helped make it happen.
I just wanted to take this time to thank everyone for making Fantasy Pickup a reality. It was very refreshing working with such a competent group of individuals. Your professionalism and pride in your work did not go unnoticed.
I hope to do future business with Interberry and will be happy to refer others to do the same.
Brackulous.com is a sports pool website in which users can join a public pool, private pool, or even create their own sports pool.
The website appears to still be under a bit of construction – mainly content such as the about and FAQ pages, but it looks like the core of the system is complete. I wonder if Greg is planning to allow users to place actual bets on the website in the form of cash.
It’s not a bad idea for a website. I would actually recommend for Greg to expand the site a bit though, and not have it focus exclusively on sports. For example, a lot of computer gamers run private tournaments for games such as Starcraft. It would be cool if users could create their own single or double elimination brackets on Brackulous, and then be able to link to the brackets and/or insert the dynamic images into their websites.
“I would like to thank Interberry for another job well done. Everything was handled in a professional way and the quality of work was exceptional.
A special thanks goes to Bijoy for his hard work and dedication on a project that proved to be more difficult than expected. It’s never easy modifying existing code from another developer but we were still able to finish the job successfully.
Looking forward to working with you again in the future.
Stefan Kalevski’s Testimonial
Stefan Kalevski is another lurker of my blog but also a long-time reader.
Developing such a site is no easy task, and requires a lot of backend programming. Due to the sheer volume of e-mails and lists being managed, proper server and programming resource management is also vital to developing such a website.
While it looks like the English version of the site is still being translated, I like the overall look of the front-end of the site. In fact, I remember hearing from Interberry now that the site is in it’s final stages of development now and isn’t 100% done which explains the translation not being done as well as a few other minor areas of the website
But overall, I really like how clean and user-friendly the website is. A site like this could really do well with proper marketing.
“I am a long time reader of Tyler’s blog and when I was looking for a proven development company for my project I was lucky to see Tyler’s review about Interberry. From the review I concluded that the guys from Interberry were capable of developing complex projects, so I decided to contact and hire them.
My project wasn’t easy and it required a lot of advanced knowledge in the area of advanced email marketing systems and the implementation of latest email authentication standards.
Now that my project is nearing completion, I can only say that I never regretted hiring Interberry as they are really professional in what they do and are always very helpful.
It’s Not Just Me
See? It’s not just me. Above are 2 glowing testimonials from readers of my blog who hired Interberry and are very happy with the results.
Need Programming Done? Try Interberry
I’m sure many of you have hired numerous programmers in the past that left you unsatisfied, I know I have. If you like the programming of PublisherChallenge and Movie-Vault, then you’ll be happy with Interberry.
They prefer to work on larger projects ($3k+) and really enjoy working on big projects ($7k+). They have the staff to take on almost anything you can throw at them, so be sure to take advantage of that.
They excel in web programming and developing CMS (content management systems), and are therefore great for most website ideas you have. They don’t do Flash or iPhone apps, but can do Facebook apps.
You can find them of course at Interberry.com in which you can request a quote, phone them toll-free at +1-888-367-1110 (during 9:30am to 6:30pm Indian Standard Time), or if you’re like me then you’ll want to talk to them via Skype chat. Add cheb.iberry to your Skype contact list for that.
I really don’t like revealing my sources when it comes to designers and programmers so please let them know that Tyler sent you so that I can get some discounted work done from them in the future. That’s how you can repay me back for sharing such a great resource with you
Let me know how your project with them goes – hopefully you can be the next person giving a satisfied testimonial!