Over the past few weeks, I’ve been helping someone who owns a website development agency.
He brings in new business and manages all the projects for his agency. But he’s not a website developer himself. So he contracts out that work. And he’s had some really bad luck.
He hired another agency’s developer who committed to the work but produced a crap website with problems the developer couldn’t fix. They were stalled because the website was far from being ready for client viewing.
My agency friend was then stuck looking for a WordPress expert (that’s me!) who could finish the job quickly and without drama.
That’s exactly what happened.
I accomplished the tasks the original developer said were impossible. No magic tricks. I just applied my expertise and experience.
Then I handed the finished product back to the agency owner so his developer could go live with the website.
A week later, my agency friend returned with a message from the original developer’s agency.
We can’t launch the site because of her changes.
Now, based upon this response, you might be wondering if I performed some sort of witchcraft on the website. Some crazy customizations that no one but me could decipher.
But I didn’t. No custom code. No new plugins were added. I just figured out how to use the tools available within the website dashboard.
So what do you think is going on here?
Here’s what I think. [Read more…] about Clowntown, we have a problem