8 Places to Hire WordPress Designers or Developers
There are literally thousands of WordPress themes out there to change the look and feel of your WordPress-powered website/blog. However, even with all the abundance of themes out there, it is very rare that you find one that you do not have to modify in one way or another. Even if you finally find one that matches your needs, eventually the time will come when you want it to be unique, whether that is in design or more advanced features.
To meet a satisfactory result, you will have to hire a designer or developer who specialized in WordPress, and can get the job done 100%. Based on your budget, a WordPress expert can offer you something absolutely unique to compete with your competitors. Many website owners have been stung by people telling them they can do anything and just to find out that they can’t. Hiring a WordPress expert, either as a developer or designer, will remove the hassle and the large number of wasted hours in dealing with amateurs.
In this post I listed the Top 10 job board sites which are check regularly by WordPress experts (in no particular order).
1. Freelancer.com WordPress Section
Freelancer.com has 108,907 freelance WordPress developers in their community. WordPress Projects start at $30 with the average project completing for $200. It is a great to find experienced developers that know the ins and outs of WordPress. Tips: Pay attention to the feedback score and reviews, and do not forget to ask for a full portfolio.
At WooJobs, you can find quality WordPress designers and developers that can help you out with modifying an existing WordPress theme or website, or developing a custom theme or plugin. If you are building a business or a web design & development agency, you can post your jobs – full-time or part-time, working remotely or working in your offices – for designers and developers there.
3. Smashing Job
Smashing Jobs is a job board that will help you find the right person for your job opening. Smashing Jobs is integrated into the award-winning Smashing Magazine, with more then 4 million monthly users, one of the most important magazines for creative professionals. Job openings are featured within Smashing Magazine’s sidebar as well as in the Smashing Newsletter, which is delivered twice a month to over 100,000 subscribers. They also spread the word about fresh job openings to their 540k + Twitter followers and 81k + Facebook fans.
4. Freelance Switch
FreelanceSwitch has one of the best freelancer communities around. Place an advert on Freelance Switch job board for absolutely nothing! You’ll get talented freelance professionals contacting you to discuss your project immediately.
WPhired has been created by Jerome Degl’innocenti, a WordPress fanatic, who wants to make it easier for employers and people searching for a job alike to find what they are looking for FREE. WPhired is a WordPress Job Board offering and searching for WordPress talent. Whether you are looking for a WordPress job in design, plugin development, theme development, SEO or copywriting, this is the website to visit.
6. WordPress Jobs
Jobs.wordpress.net is the official WordPress job board. This job board is updated daily and has a huge wordpress experts audience.
Krop is a creative industry job board and portfolio hosting website used by the most talented candidates at all experience levels, and the globe’s most respected creative brands. Krop is the best place to find top-notch wordpress professionals for your high-budget projects. Krop.com is visited by over 1 million times a month
8. Sensational Jobs
Sensational Jobs was born out of our desire to have an easy and simple platform that can connect both job seekers and employers. They actively market and promote the site to a very targeted and niche group of talented creatives in the web development industry. The job listings are seen daily by thousands of potential candidates on our website as well as affiliate and partner sites, Twitter, RSS feeds and targeted instant email alerts.
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