Thanks To All My Wonderful Clients Who Have Written An Authentic Testimonial.
You Have All Been An Absolute Pleasure To Work For!
“ I was in need to do a migration for a client’s WP site and in researching on how to do it I found Brad’s website. After reading some of his very helpful articles I was sure I should contact him for help with this. He seemed to be very knowledgeable about WordPress and I knew he could help me.
So I did contact him and he was very nice and helpful. He did this job for me quickly and effectively. The site migrated with complete data, setup and layout with no errors or losses. I am very happy with the results and would recommend Brad to anyone for this kind of projects. Thank you Brad! ”
- Alicia G. California, USA faithandworklife.org
“ I can’t speak highly enough of Brad’s professionalism and skill. I first came across him when I watched a YouTube video of his. He has produced a heap of great videos for anyone building a WordPress site. A quick check of his own website convinced me he knows what he is talking about, so I Skyped him with my problem.
I urgently needed to move a sporting group website to another host and change its name. What would have cost me hours of toil and caused a lot of headaches, took Brad no time at all. He had the new site up and running smoothly in a couple of hours. He also guided me to a great backup plugin which gives me confidence that I can recover my site from a catastrophic event.
Best of all I have found a WordPress E.R. doctor I can go to for help in an emergency.”
- Paul Ransley newmarketracers.org
I’d been following Brad’s WPSites blog and his LinkedIn group for a few years, and he was always very responsive whenever I posted a question about WordPress. So, of course, it was a no-brainer that he would be the first person I would reach out to when I needed work done on my blog.
I’m really pleased because he’s professional, quick and he even did a few extra things I didn’t ask for, but were appreciated. I noticed within 2 weeks of asking him to help me with a domain name change that the new domain had already achieved the same page rank of 3 that the old one had.
Also, all of the sites that had linked to the old domain worked and there was hardly any drop in traffic on the new site. I never would’ve known how to do accomplish any of this. I’m so grateful I highly recommend him.
- Jenifer Mangione Vogt, Principal, Mangione PR and founder of the www.CosiBuono.com blog for Italian culture.
“ Without your expertise in WordPress I would have fumbled around a long time. You taught me the correct way to set up plug-ins, squeeze pages and landing pages, to help with seo! WordPress is a great platform, but having an expert like you at my side, teaching me all the ins and outs, increased traffic and sales.”
Thanks So Much
- Stephanie Garner nannycamsafety.com
“ I was in a tough situation with several mission-critical business websites running on WordPress, and needed them moved quickly. Luckily, I found Brad. He provided excellent advice on how to re-organize them, and went through the wall for me, professionally handling tricky issues with tech support at the new web hosting firm.
I highly recommend you give him the opportunity to help you with your website.”
- Teresa Lo Founder & CEO HedgeFundGuy.com
“ It was but a month ago that I was one of those people who have a “fear” of the cyber world. Fear of the unknown! Thank goodness Brad Dalton came to the rescue. I am still learning, but “Dr. Dalton”, my cyber space physiologist, has helped me understand new ways for an artist to present their work to the world, so to speak.
My word, I now have a domain name for branding and search engine optimization and I have Word Press on my side. Also, thanks to Brad I am now able to utilize social media in order to communicate about my work. A few more visits with the doc may be required, but I’m certainly on my way.
I was taking little steps and now with Brad’s help I’ve taken some rather large leaps. Thanks, Brad! ”
- Barry Walker songwriter/writer Boogeymanmusic
I am the poster child for a person completely uneducated and overwhelmed when it comes to launching a new website. I was trained in accounting and worked in project management for years, but for anything technically related to software, I gladly left to the experts.
When I decided I wanted to launch a WordPress blog, I was determined to learn it on my own. I knew that I had a steep learning curve in front of me – take one look at the mountains of information available on WordPress and you learn that very quickly! I also knew that I’m the stubborn person that never does anything halfway, and in the past that often has meant preparing for months, and after I have read (literally) books of information, I am sometimes so burned out (or overwhelmed) that I do nothing. In other words, I’m a stubborn perfectionist, and I very often don’t ask for help when I should.
I am also very frugal so I was (and am) determined to keep my start-up costs as low as possible. I knew if others could do it, I could too. I started reading blogs and the book, “WordPress for Dummies”.
During those first few months, I discovered Brad Dalton and his wonderful website called www.wpsites.net. His wonderful articles provide technical information AND they are written at a level that an extreme newbie like me can understand.
Articles include how to choose the best WordPress theme, how to set up custom sidebars for any theme, and how to change the height of a custom header in Genesis. He also shares his best practices and provides blogging tips such as submitting guest posts (and why you should) and monetization of a blog.
For a few months, I focused on educating myself, still determined to be totally independent, but I realized that it would take years to really be confident with WordPress. So I knew it was time to just jump in and get started. I had the information available to do it on my own, but I still felt crippled by my inexperience. What if I try, and I totally screw things up?
So I looked in the mirror and realized: I’m a practical gal. I learn by doing. I knew I needed to get started, and it didn’t have to be perfect on day one.
I needed to “just do it”.
I contacted Brad and spoke with him about his free set-up service, which truly is (amazingly) FREE, and truly a no-brainer for someone like me. Within a few days, my blog was up and running.
It was so easy, I wondered why I hadn’t done it sooner.
Kim – Living Vintage