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#260215 15-Nov-2019 21:39
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A couple of years ago I was at a loose end and did a website for a friend. Now I have close to 40 sites, some on shared hosting with JoneSolutions in the US some on two Vultr servers in Sydney. Most are WordPress with some being html/css, some have php pages to mysql databases.

 

It's been a great journey and I've learned some great things. There has been some great advice on here and so far everything has gone really well.

 

But I'm at the stage where I want to be sure I'm doing right by my clients before considering new ones. Other than my own site, I don't advertise what I do, people come to me through word of mouth.

 

I know I will have made mistakes and there will be things I can improve on.

 

So is there anyone here who is willing, and more importantly trusted and able, to cast an eye over how I currently have things set up ? I'm not precious about being told what I've got wrong, I just want to know what I can improve on and what to look for.

 

I'm more than willing to pay someones hourly rate and prefer it be someone who does the same sort of thing, perhaps on a bigger scale.

 

Let me know if you think you can help, or if you can suggest someone.

 

Discretion is obviously something I value greatly with this.

 

 


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  #2354480 15-Nov-2019 22:37
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Give @danielfaulknor a bell. He does Wordpress hosting as a business so knows what to look out for.





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  #2354488 15-Nov-2019 22:50
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Thanks for the ping @michaelmurfy

 

I'd be more than happy to help, if you wanted to send me a message @martyyn we can work out the details :)





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  #2354562 16-Nov-2019 09:52
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Awesome thanks Daniel.

I'll be in touch in Monday, don't know what I was thinking posting on a Friday night !

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