I want to give a big “thank you” to Jesse Distad who helped me with my blog’s migration to a new server. Jesse also helped upgrade the blog to the newest version of WordPress, made sure all of the plugins were updated, and went through the site to make sure the coding was clean and not going to cause any downtime.
I hesitate to write anything about great coders and/or designers because the moment I do, they become inundated with work for other people! However, I really appreciate Jesse’s help, and if you need a WordPress expert, you may want to get in touch with Jesse. His company is AdminDaily.com.
I was referred to Jesse by Morgan Linton and Chef Patrick, who have used him for their own website projects.
Thanks Elliot, I really appreciate the mention and it was a pleasure working with you on these projects. It’s a small world and I firmly believe that developing a solid, positive reputation goes farther than any paid advertising ever could. Thanks again for the recommendation and the kind words, I sincerely appreciate them.
Also so people are aware, Jesse did not ask me to post this nor am I getting anything for referrals (nor do I want anything). I appreciate when people give me good service and go above and beyond.
Jesse is not only a WP expert, but a good person and friend. I’ve used Jesse for almost 3 years, with our main works being ChefPatrick.com and ScienceFiction.com.
I trust in him 110%!
Thank you for sharing this, Elliot. Based on your recommendation, I just used Jesse for a quick project. Quality, professionalism and responsiveness were all exceptional.
How is he on mini websites with all the plugins and a user friendly set up?
does he have any sites that are mini sites or how his prices are? are sites expandable from 5 pages to whatever content i want to add?
looking for a good wordpress person and someone that does good work but wont take people to the cleaners like wannadevelop or epic
I don’t really buy into the “mini-site” theory of site development. I approach every site individually and provide the needed content and functionality for that site based on the owners needs and charge a fair price. I feel the term “mini site” is nothing more than a catchy and shorter version of “whipped together” or “partially completed” and so on.
Simply putting up a WordPress installation, adding a $50 header image, making a few pages of poorly researched and written content then slapping some adsense ads on it does not make a lot of sense to me as doing so is likely to result in a half baked site that will probably earn $2 a week if you are lucky.
I’m not familiar with the other companies pricing structures that you mentioned so I won’t comment on that but if you would like to shoot me an email outlining your needs I would be more than happy to give you an estimate and some very fair pricing to get you where you need to be, my email is jesse at admindaily dot com