I am a freelance web developer / programmer based in Brighton. My main services are:


Availability:
I'm booked up with existing client projects until Christmas. If you need web development or Adwords management in early 2015, please get in touch. If you need help before then, I suggest:

For development work done, you're best trying the freelancers at my networking group, the Farm.

If you need website promotion, please get in touch via Web Positioning Centre, where my business partner David will reply to your message & I can get involved where needed.



Currently Working On:
A site re-build of an international parts seller, with several other freelancers. Ongoing updates and SEO help for a local access firm. Ongoing Adwords & Bing Ads management for three local companies. Various small updates for existing clients.



Latest Client Work:
Helping a local company get back in to Google's search results after receiving a manual penalty by providing oversight of the restoration work by their existing SEO company and reconsideration filing. (2014)

Helping Brighton based electrician Sparktacus with promoting his website. (2014)

Managing the AdWords account for a local company in the medical industry. So far I have significantly reduced conversion costs and increased conversions for their primary campaigns. (2014)

Ongoing work for Facelift Access, helping with new features in their website, maintenance of content, HTML newsletter building and sending, and Adwords management. (2014)

Took over Article Epsilon from the client I built it for who has moved on to other projects. Potentially looking to turn it in to a blogging platform over the long term, but it may become something else. (2014, personal project.)

Site updates for book publishers Allison & Busby, including adding the ability to file books in to series, updates to how sorting in drill-down searches works, and lots of behind the scenes updates. Site tech: PHP & MySQL. (2013)

New website for ETRM recruiters EnRisk, merging the functionality of two other websites owned by companies in the same group. Site tech: ColdFusion and MS SQL Server. (March 2013)

Site updates for Jim Stoten, who wanted to reflect how his illustration work has developed over the years since he originally had his site built. Site tech: PHP & MySQL. (Dec 2012)

New website for Nicklin Builders in Worthing, using Perch as a Content Management System (CMS). Designs were by Megan Sayers.

New website for Financial Services recruitment company Arc Consulting, implementing designs from Nick Carter. The site uses PHP and MySQL to allow ARC's staff to post jobs, and a layer of extra interactivity using jQuery to make the site slicker to use. (2012)

Micro-site for training to gain an IPAF License for long-running client Facelift. (August 2011)

Rolling out of 'responsive design' version of existing client site Facelift Access Hire, the HTML/CSS were mainly by Danielle Huntrods of Angular Momentum, who are experts in making mobile apps and websites that work well on smartphones and normal computers. (August 2011)


Latest blog posts:
The Zopim chat widget and Google processing Javascript when crawling (25th September 2014)
A Google A/B test for Adwords adverts (21st November 2013)
My first Stripe integration, using PHP (14th October 2013)

Latest Personal Projects:
Saved Marks, a social bookmarking site. As well as wanting a place to store my bookmarks, I've been using this to try a project in Railo, the open source version of Adobe ColdFusion, and build example code for using various APIs. Started: Jan 2014


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