2017-08-16 21:28:00 UTC

Instant Web Design Help


What is the best solution out there for on-demand website help? I know about Upwork, but that involves me needing to post a job, or got through candidates. Is there anything that lets me connect to a web designer or developer instantly and get help immediately?

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Vendor

I use freelancer.com. There is a large talent pool to choose from and based on community reviews you should be able to find a developer you can count on for a reasonable rate quickly.

2017-08-21 15:14:29 UTC
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Top 20Real User

One best way to have your support engagement running is pay as you go billing with a service provider. Here you can engage into a contract with a service provide for a fixed billing value/hour or per day. Then you can utilize the same service as per your need. So this can do way with the hassles, if you driving your organization as techno-sales entity and the backend can be your support entity on pay as you go model.

2017-08-22 09:41:43 UTC
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There are several options for you to get online instant help. Try Upwork, Remote.com and Freelance.com. Those are among the top online freelance services. You can also hire me if you want!

2017-08-22 01:01:10 UTC
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I would recommend an agency as they have several experts. They can supply you with a database expert, an HTML5 expert, a Network expert or Server expert, or automation integration. For Drupal development, I can recommend Isovera or Paxent, for PHP developments - Media Netlink in Oakland.

2017-08-21 23:54:27 UTC
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Top 20Real User

I recommend Fiverr. Fiverr is the world’s largest marketplace for services, where you can get everything you need the best place for lean entrepreneurs to focus on growth & create a successful business at affordable costs. You can see it for yourself here https://goo.gl/9u1NQ7

2017-08-21 23:45:00 UTC
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You can try posting to https://www.facebook.com/groups/910876378970170/
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2017-08-21 20:39:15 UTC
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There are always people around on the many IRC channels. You could always try to find someone there. Likewise, LinkedIn is a good option. Now that there is the messaging option, you might be able to find someone a lot quicker. Just look around and you will find a huge community of helpful people out there.

2017-08-21 16:20:55 UTC
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I’m not a web designer, but if I were going to seek free advice, I would google web designer forums. Here’s a few a quick search came up with:

http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/17-forums-web-designers-shouldnt-missed/

https://forums.digitalpoint.com/forums/html-website-design.16/

https://www.webdesignforum.com/

I hope this is helpful information.

2017-08-21 16:16:18 UTC
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Hi,

There are so many options to get your work done, upwork.com (formally called elance.com), freelancer.com, peopleperhour.com etc. But if it's an ongoing work I suggest you to get partnered with some small company or serious freelancers, the problem with freelancers I faced is seriousness and on time delivery, although they cost quite much cheaper then any partner company. I know quite some good freelancers if you want I can introduce them to you. They are excellent in their fields.

If you need small fixes, then I can help you too.

Regards
Abhinav verma
https://abhi.me/

2017-08-21 15:57:12 UTC
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There isn't any place like that, really; you could "try" Craigslist or Fiverr, but you need to know how to wade through the spam, or like Avelinto, above, said, Freelancer.com or similar would be your best bet.

You can also try searching "Web designer portfolio" and seeing whose designs you like, I suppose.

2017-08-21 15:55:08 UTC
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Top 20Real User

This is why I keep my site hosted with this company (my referral link) http://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=394686&u=228363&m=41388&urllink=&afftrack= I get INSTANT HELP and can also hire on the spot help when needed. Fantastic service! Never disappointed.

2017-08-21 15:47:01 UTC
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