I have been a huge fan of teaching people since I was very young. I love technology, and plan to become a teacher once all my problogging job opportunities dried up (though I hope that never happens).
I have since realized that I can teach online, and really enjoy it. It is with this in mind that I remind you all of my consulting options. Do you have an underperforming blog? Worried about WordPress security? Want to learn more about WordPress?
I have also been instrumental in converting xhtml/css templates into WordPress themes on many of the blogs I write for, and could help with pretty much any WordPress related questions you may have.
Testimonial from Vandelay Design:
After I changed the database password I was still paranoid that someone would be able to access it, but fortunately I was able to get some valuable help. David Peralty from Extra for Every Publisher was kind enough to take a look at things for me and give me some security advice. Thanks Dave.
If you’re not familiar with Dave’s blog, Xfep, it is one worth visiting. Last week he wrote an article about his process for creating a post (and he does plenty of blogging, so he knows what he’s talking about). Another post worth checking out is How to Build a Web Design Around a Logo.
It’s nice to be able to get help from someone during a situation like this. Dave, I know you gained at least one loyal reader as a result.
I still have about two hours I can set aside this month, and about four in December. Book early if you are in need of my talents, as my time is limited, and fills up fast. Please check out my consulting page for more details, and don’t hesitate to contact me.