When you outsource your project to WebLanced you're hiring a web/marketing professional with 15 years of experience. I've worked in USA, the UK, and France and have extensive experience managing international projects with clients and team members from different countries.
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I now live in France - although most of my work is done with the US, and UK - where I manage and build websites and web related projects for various clients. In particular I specialize in Wordpress sites built with the incredible Catalyst theme framework.
Feb 18, 2015|Web Programming|Private|Working
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When you post a project on Elance you're going to get lots of responses at very competitive prices. So how do you choose which provider to go with?
Price is obviously an important factor, but more importantly you want a provider that
*understands what you want
*that you can communicate with clearly
*that you can trust
*that is straight with you - i.e. they aren't just saying 'yes, yes' to win the project
*that gives you the results you want on time
As a business owner myself, I've outsourced more than 20 projects on Elance and I've learned from my own mistakes that reliability, clear communication, and having someone that really 'gets it' is the most important thing. There are a lot of providers that are so eager to win your business that they'll tell you anything you want to hear. They'll quote you a fantastic price without properly understanding the scope of the project. They are 'winging it'. The result? You may get a very cheap project, but its likely to be delayed and quality can be really awful.
If you hire WebLanced, I give you my assurance, based on 15 years of getting the job done, that you'll be working with someone that you can trust, that will communicate clearly, that will be realistic and that will give you quality results. I may not be the cheapest but I'll be competitive, and I'll save you the worry and headaches of working with unreliable providers.
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