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Victoria Dunckley http://drdunckley.com
I’ve used Neil’s services twice now and have been very pleased, especially in comparison to other consultants I’ve used ( who were either incompetent/poor communicators/slow to respond, or exorbitantly priced.)
He is super fast, very reasonably priced, and always answers all my questions. I just had him move my hosting and improve the performance (loading time) of my site and wow! what a difference.
Can’t say enough good things about him:)
Andrew Mann http://tropicalimaging.com/
I don’t want to tell you about the wpdude because then he will get too busy -if I have a WP problem – he is now my gotoguy..he’s simply that good at what he does.
Our website was hacked.
It took a week for the hosting company to “scale it up” to the senior support staff and then two days to say our site was ‘all clear”.
Except it wasn’t – it was slow, buggy, but the hosting company didn’t want to help. The three other security and “WP” experts I googled, either didn’t get back to me or could not solve the problem.
WPDude found the problem and sorted it out in 24 hours….
Mary Beth Gaiarin http://siemawines.com
Neil does good work, is fast and responsive.
He understood my problem and fixed it.
I highly recommend him!
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