I provide web solutions to help businesses and organizations meet their goals. The solutions typically include website design, content marketing, social media marketing, e-mail newsletter marketing, press releases, branding, and more.
Sometimes, depending on time restraints and areas of expertise, outsourcing to other freelancers may be necessary. However, I do my best to ensure that any outsourced work stays in the United States of America, as I believe keeping the money here in the USA helps us out in the long run.
While I’m capable of fixing many things on computers, it’s really a distraction to my primary focus of providing web solutions for clients. I may be of assistance, but I would highly recommend hiring a computer repair professional for computer repair needs
The form is purposefully long, to an extent. But the information is important for me to have to help decide a) if this is a client that I’d like to work with and b) help me understand what the client needs and how to best serve the client.
I used to have a much simpler request-a-quote form. The problem with this is I had too many tire kickers who didn’t even give me enough information about what they really wanted from their website. So c) the form is designed to keep away tire kickers and only bring in serious clients. And yes, I freely admit that is one of the reasons for this particular form.
I will gladly teach what I have learned upon request, for an hourly fee. I also plan on doing some free webinars in the future. Part of my content marketing strategy also involves educating people online on how to do various web tasks themselves.
I currently charge $75 per hour, though websites are given a per-project estimate typically. I do my work through Codeable, where contractors are required to charge between $60 and $90 per hour.
Since I do my work exclusively through Codeable now, Codeable does require that projects be paid for up front. But they do have a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If I can’t do the job for you, you’ll be refunded or you can opt to have another Codeable contractor to have a shot at your task.
It is not uncommon for other freelancers to hire me.
Codeable accepts Paymill and Paypal
I would actually need more information to research this and would also need to meet with you, either in person or virtually to get an answer to this for you. To get the ball rolling on this, please create a task on Codeable.
I know you might want a more immediate answer, but without more knowledge about what you need, an immediate answer doesn’t exist.
Off and on, I’ve done website design and development since about 1996, when I was in high school. I was part of the web development team as a team leader in my junior year and senior year of high school at Southeast Raleigh High School. I had other interest for a while, including computer programming and computer networking, but ultimately came back to website design and development.
I have an associates degree in digital media from the School of Communication Arts (now known as Living Arts College) in Raleigh, NC. I graduated salutatorian of my class with a 3.9 GPA and was a member of the National Technical Honor Society and MODIV Student Government. For a time, I also attended programming and networking classes at Johnston Community College in Smithfield, NC.
My very first paying client was in 2001, a church called Smithfield Assembly of God. After that, I did the website for Smithfield Rescue Mission.
Since then, some of my clients have been Cornerstone Additions, BZMeet, Daydream Services, 1ParkPlace, Lawrence Miquelon, Patrick Seraphin, Ticky Media, The Master’s Fellowhsip of Raleigh, Griffo, and Metropole Global Forum. I was also employed by San Diego Cabinets for a time as their website designer.