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Topic # 85948 28-Jun-2011 17:13
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Hay all,

I don't know if this is the correct section for this, but here is what i am offering.. I have a bunch of NZ websites that I have coded and am awaiting advertising on..

So what im planning to do here is offer my service as a PHP, HTML, CSS, JAVASCRIPT slicer/coder to anyone with a decent website that will advertise mine in exchange..

Usually to slice into php/css3 a normal static page i would charge around $20-$25 NZ a page, but would be willing to do it for free in exchange for the equivalent value in advertising either on that or a different website in the form of banners/text links/blog posts or whatever

 As i expect free coding will be an overwhelming task for me.. I ask that only sites with ~1k+ visits a week (or less for smaller jobs) contact me for the offer.

Thanks in advance!


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  Reply # 487022 28-Jun-2011 17:15
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Side note,

My specialty is designing facebook login/like features for websites that dont already have or are willing to incorporate a new user management(registration/login) system!



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