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Jonathan Silverman http://www.bionicsquid.com
Excellent service at good rates from Neil on my recent multi-language project. He was quickly able to complete WPML set up and help troubleshoot some issues I was having, helping to keep the project on schedule. He was accessible, easy to work with, and efficient. I’ll be back in the future.
Michael Max http://yongkangclinic.com
Neil Mathews is my secret weapon when it comes to WordPress. He has pulled the charred, smoking wreckage of my website from the digital jaws of death on more than one occasion. Mostly because I know just enough about WP to be a danger to myself, and tend to blow it up at rather inopportune moments. Neil is always there when the smoke alarms go off and the databases on my server are spinning themselves into a state of frenzy.
Judi Knight http://newtricks.me
I have a boutique WordPress website development and marketing company and once we complete websites we usually have a contract to continue to maintain them. This is fine for the most part but there are things that are is hard for me to track down and fix. Neil just tackled one of my tech support conundrums by helping me get a clients site to read 100% https on all browsers. Read full testimonial…
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