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I have been designing & marketing websites for the past 6 years. I specialize not just in WordPess webdesign but also online marketing. SEO, PPC, keyword research, link-building and most recently on lead acquisition for local business.

I have set up a small digital agency called http://marketingthechange.com/ its aim is compete with other marketing agencies but also use its profits to support charities, non-profits and unfunded start ups. Trying to make a real and positive difference in this world.

Marketing the Change – Josh Morley (UK Liverpool), Milos Dinic (Serbia), Amy Morley (UK Liverpool), Miodrag Vukovic (Serbia)

Calls/Skypes/Zooms and training 10 am to 5 pm GMT

David Tully and Nicola Honey (UK Wirral)
Virtual Reality | Augmented Reality | Mixed Reality | Games | 3D Scans | CGI | Web3D
For my full portfolio:
http://marketingthechange.com/portfolio/


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Josh has made this site happen. His skill set includes technical and strategic expertise which is how we are building a darn good site on a reasonable budget.

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He is the Magic Man! (Not to be confused with the entertaining film Directed by awesome auteur Steven Soderbergh -- about a professional dancer / furniture designer in FLA.) Yeah! Josh....

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Excellent interaction and help to get it right.

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Josh is a great dev partner and great human. He's super smart and very responsive.

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Communication: Maybe I'm trying to ask too many questions at one time or asking questions in the wrong place, but often my questions go unanswered even after repeating them multiple times throughout a project. Part of this might be because there's not a way to communicate about monthly maintenance like there is with projects. Josh finally gave me his work email, but there should be a way to communicate about maintenance agreements within Codeable so everything would be together. A form documenting what was done and when would be helpful. Just knowing when he was paid is no assurance that the work was ever done. I'm sure you have a process, I just don't know what it is. One concern I had was Josh's comment after I sent him instructions I received from WPBakery Support. He said he would make changes on the staging site. Maybe he was just providing information, but that's the only place previous developers ever made changes. After they were tested, changes were pushed out to the live site. It made me nervous thinking he might make changes on the live site. On this project, Josh and I had a different idea about what "Finished" means. When he told me he was finished, I opened pages. All I could see was coding (my initial problem) and not the WPBakery Editor (the thing I wanted to be fixed). In my experience, when a developer tells me the work is completed, it's obvious on my end. Instead, after I told him I still couldn't see the editor, he sent me a video of how to get the editor to show up on my end. Thankfully, the second option he provided worked. Responsiveness: Though not his fault, the 6-hour delay between us tends to drag things out. Thanks for giving me the opportunity for feedback. I hope it was constructive.

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Troubleshooting a difficult issue is painstaking but Josh persisted and took our issue seriously. We'd hire him and his company again.

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Once again, Josh has done a spectacular job. He always goes above and beyond. Can't recommend highly enough.

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