When it comes to those of us that provide Web services, it is quite a hard thing to define the services that we offer. It is easy enough to come up with a few, but any list I give will always leave something out. It is not that I am a jack-of-all-trades, but there is so much that can be done online that I can offer.

But at the same time, a question you get asked all the time is ‘What do you do?’ So in order to make those people happy, below is a list (not comprehensive) of some of the services that I offer. If you don’t see it on the list, don’t fret. Chances are I can still help you out. I am always up for a challenge and love learning new things. So just contact me and I’ll let you know what your options are.

Web Development

The granddaddy of all my offered services. Web development can include creation of a website, web application, and more. My language of choice is PHP with MySQL. I also use quite a bit of jQuery.

Web Design

I consider myself a Web Developer, but I also have design skills. I can come up with designs, layouts, simple graphics, and more. I’m not a graphic designer, but I feel I have pretty decent design skills.

WordPress Development

All Web Developers should have experience in a CMS, and my CMS of choice at the moment is WordPress. From custom theme development, to specific tweaks to an already built theme, if it has to do with WordPress, I can probably get it done for you. View my WordPress services page.

Social Setup

I am not full-on marketing agency, but I can get you up and running on all major social networks. This could be as simple as setting up new accounts for you and teaching you how to get the most out of them, to more custom work. If you are looking for a full-scale social campaign, I highly recommend Star Moose.

Web App Setup

This one is a little more vague and far reaching, but basically it comes down to getting any external apps set up for you. This could be custom email, whether through your own serves or hosted through Google. It could be getting your ad system set up, like DoubleClick. Or it could be anything in between.

Ecommerce Setup

Lots of sites today want to be ecommerce sites, meaning they want to sell goods or services. This is something I can set up quite easily. I can setup a more advanced solution, like Magento, or I can set up something simpler, like WordPress with an ecommerce plugin.