The slideshow below features a dozen websites I’ve built over the last year or so. I’ve been in business for 15+ years and worked on over one-thousand websites. One client that I worked with, over 10 years, had 300+ websites. Many of the businesses I’ve worked with had multiple websites.

A lot of the work I’ve done wasn’t just building websites. There was a lot of backend work like creating and managing custom scripts, email broadcasts, list management, shopping cart work, and even setting up MX records and installing SSL certificates.

In other situations, my team worked as part of a group of developers for multi-million dollar businesses. Each team was responsible for managing or building part of the whole project which consisted of multiple websites, multiple shopping carts and email providers. Needless to say, I’ve gained a lot of experience over the years.

I’ve turned down a lot of jobs and clients over the years. I’ve known website developers who take on more work than they can handle. If I’m real busy and can’t see myself getting to a potential client’s job in a reasonable timeframe then I have to refuse them. If I can’t serve you well — I won’t serve you at all.

I’ve been concentrating on more WordPress website development this year. This can be a real money saver for small businesses who can easily learn how to manage their website themselves. You don’t have to have any programming knowledge to work with it; it’s as easy as using Microsoft Word to write a letter. And, if you have a sale or special announcement you need to get out to the public, you don’t have to wait for anyone to update your website — you have the means to do it yourself.

On my blog (on this website) there is a category with WordPress tutorials. There is fantastic information there to help get you started. If you get stuck with anything, call me at (780) 232-5993. And if you would like to hire me to build your WordPress Website, please have a look at how we can work together.