Looking for SEO aware WordPress developers

I’ll make it quick and easy: I’m getting too much requests for WordPress related work (plugins, themes, etc.). I don’t mind because I love to cherry pick, but I’d like to have a few people whom I could refer too. So please, if you’re a WordPress developer and you’re aware of SEO (hey, if you read this blog you’re on the right track ;) ), drop me a line with your credentials so I can forward some work to you.

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14 Responses

  1. HendrikBy Hendrik on 20 February, 2008

    I knew your’re a very busy man. ;). Pleasy, stay active with your blog!

  2. Joost de ValkBy Joost de Valk on 20 February, 2008

    @Hendrik: that’s why I’m asking for other people ;) I need to focus on stuff that makes me even more money and brings me more joy :)

  3. John WisemanBy John Wiseman on 20 February, 2008

    I might be interested depending on the budgets. Check out our web site and drop me an email if you’re interested. Cheers!

  4. Patrick DalyBy Patrick Daly on 20 February, 2008

    Joost, I do all things WordPress except custom plugins – I wouldn’t mind getting a few projects here and there.

  5. Gab GoldenbergBy Gab Goldenberg on 21 February, 2008

    Funny, I was just coming by to email you for a quote on an original WP plugin. I’ve searched high and low for WP developers but there seems to be a real dearth of them, unfortunately! That said, I’ve got some real original stuff to ask you about – really, there’s nothing like what I want out there. Please email me!

    On a related note, check this out: http://sphinn.com/story/30026

    p.s. I found a plugin for selective dofollow; might be a nice midway ground between nofollow and dofollow.

  6. bochgochBy bochgoch on 21 February, 2008

    Just as I was considering ramping up my WP developments, I came across this post … email on its way…

  7. Damian ManifoldBy Damian Manifold on 22 February, 2008

    Hi Joost, I’m a prolific developer of WordPress plug-ins which I try to make freely available through my site. Feel free to check them out and contact me if you like what you see.

  8. SEO BlogBy SEO Blog on 22 February, 2008

    On the moment i’m also kind of busy.
    But im always interested in some seo work.

    Normally I work for dutch sites, but some international work would be also a good start.

    More information about me on http://www.libertes.nl

  9. Chris CagleBy Chris Cagle on 27 February, 2008

    I would be more than happy to try and take on some of your extra work. Let me know!!

  10. Vladimir PrelovacBy Vladimir Prelovac on 8 March, 2008

    Doing SEO and Wordress plugins is taking biggest part of my day. Credentials: few days ago I released SEO Friendly Images for WordPress (you can guess what that one does) http://www.prelovac.com/vladimir/wordpress-plugins/seo-image

    I’d be happy to put some new ideas to life.

  11. Joost de ValkBy Joost de Valk on 8 March, 2008

    @Vladimir: funny, I had already put that on the list for my next newsletter!

  12. Vladimir PrelovacBy Vladimir Prelovac on 9 March, 2008

    Small, small world :)

  13. Scott FrangosBy Scott Frangos on 20 April, 2008

    Hi Joost -
    Nice blog — thanks. We do a “Max-SEO Service” for WordPress Blogs and CMS installations, and will be happy to give quotes for SEO consulting projects. Keep up your great plugins.
    - Scott

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