Do you know what to look for in a web developer? (Hint: The answer is not the cheapest price).
Hiring a credible web designer and/or developer is critically important to any business and should not be taken lightly. If you think a free or cheap website will serve you well, then you should not be wasting a legitimate web developer’s time.
Today on the podcast, I talk with David Somerfleck about how to hire a web developer. David owns and operates Sudden Impact Web Design and DenverWeb.us. He is a branding expert, social media strategist, developer, entrepreneur and trainer focused on business development and internet marketing.
David has more than 20 years of marketing, branding and PR experience. He is a former teacher, professor, and journalist with a strong background in positioning, project management, integrated marketing, new product launch, website development and online community management.
David’s goal is to inspire and encourage business owners and entrepreneurs while giving them the tools needed to successfully build their overall ventures both online and offline through workshops, mentorship, online courses and one-on-one consultations.
He enjoys learning new languages, practicing aikido, and hiking in his spare time.
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