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WordPress Plugin Developer For Hire!

The internet runs on WordPress, with more than 59,000,000 blogs & websites running on WordPress.com (as well as potentially 100′s of millions of self-hosted blogs) you can’t deny that the well-known publishing framework is a substantial force in digital publishing.

Alongside the fantastic growth of WordPress an industry has risen up to support its users; people, businesses and organisations that are using WordPress to directly connect with their target audiences.

Many Millions of Us use WordPress Today

Image Courtesy of WordPress.com Stats

The WordPress Industry

The WordPress industry I’m referring to is that of Themes, Plugins and Services created specifically for WordPress, a world of communication customisation. As with all fledgling industries there is still an inefficiency driving its inhabitants out to the long tails, new Themes and Plugins are popping up hourly, it’s becoming a very, very busy marketplace.

Amongst all this hustle there is some fantastic software being produced, but unfortunately also a lot of mediocre, quick-buck chasing, unsupported bad code-work.  This is a shame and a common pain point I heard numerous times last year. The industry is young, it needs to build better ways to rate & moderate its content.

In this busy marketplace StormGate offers you a calm, bespoke solution: Professional WordPress Plugin Development based in the UK.

Get Your WordPress Plugin Developed Here

“I need WordPress to do X but I can’t find a solution…”

First up it’s probably a good idea to check out a marketplace which sells existing plugins (try CodeCanyon) – here you may well find something which does 50-75-100% of what you want. Great, if you have a small budget and potentially hours to spend stressed and trying to manipulate it into place [some do, just work]. Still, there is value there (like our Social Gallery.)

If you need something special or want Your Own Plugin, I propose a solution: Drop me your email address via the form below and let me take care of it.

Getting the WordPress Plugin you want:

1) Check if it already exists and buy it if it does (cheaper for you)

2) Get us to custom-build your plugin

We Develop WordPress Plugins [UK]

Having developed many WordPress plugins, from private releases to popular ones, I am confident we can build something which is 1) Totally bespoke to your needs 2)  Easily marketable to profit (if desired). Yeah – we have you covered, whether you want to create a WordPress plugin which you intend to market & sell or you just need something solved in WordPress. Our service is second to none.

I must admit though, we aren’t super cheap.

Quality, Communication and Innovation are three principles here – we don’t do “bad” or “cheap” work – if you’re looking for a cheap developer you will want to look elsewhere. We do, however, complete outstanding jobs, promptly – as many of our clients have agreed:

 ” Woody did a seriously high quality job in an unbelievably short space of time, without cutting any corners. Don’t hire another developer, hire Woody, they’ll under quote to get your business and take longer to do it, Woody [StormGate] gets it done on time and on budget ”

David Whitehouse

” Woody came up with a great solution for us, he implemented a system which enables us to take leads from our [WordPress] website and automatically add them to our CRM system for our sales team to follow up. Woody produced the work on a tight deadline and met the specification perfectly; I would not hesitate to use him again and will certainly be recommending him to my business associates ”

Tom Smedley, TJS Marketing

” Honestly what you have managed to do there in such a short space of time, considering from the other people I contacted all told me it couldn’t be done, is incredible! ”

Marius Fermi, Tactical Sales Training

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With turnarounds as fast as 24 hours and prices from under £800 you could see your WordPress plugin professionally developed in no time at all! Contact us now – Get Your Plugin Made!

 

Requests for WordPress Plugin Development

WordPress plugins can add or enable almost any feature you could imagine to WordPress – from complicated statistical analysis to crafting the supreme content management system. Here are some ideas of the plugins we have been asked to make:

  • Unique Google Maps Plugin’s
  • Custom Contact Forms & Mailchimp/Aweber Integration
  • Custom Lead Generation Plugin’s
  • Custom Mobile WordPress Plugins
  • Custom Slider WordPress Plugin
  • Bespoke WordPress Social Media Plugins & Integration
  • Custom WordPress Plugin for Search & Sharing

… but the sky is the limit – let us know what you need and I am sure we will be able to develop your dream plugin!

Our Most Popular WordPress Plugin

Social Gallery is The Ultimate Lightbox Plugin for WordPress

Social Gallery has been very well received, here’s what some users have said about it (read the full list of customer quotes):

 

” I’m very happy with the plugin. I think its genius, this is the most incredible plugin I have ever seen ”

Heather Wood, Ravenous Raven Design

” Really happy with this amazing plugin ”

Waisen

” It worked perfectly! It’s amazing plugin! Congratulations! ”

João Paulo Pereira

” This is by far the best gallery plugin for wordpress, because as it stands right now there’s no way to pin individual gallery photos from wordpress to pinterest, and this makes it extremely easy to do so. ”

Brandon Schlichter

” Thanks for your hard work on this wonderful plugin. Works great in WordPress. ”

Tonda

 

Common typo’s include “Plug in’s, pluggins, etc.” – we refer above to WordPress Plugins (add-ons for WordPress.)

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The Start-up Priority Pyramid

It’s easy to get caught up in the “business machine” around your start up, I mean it’s not a real company if it doesn’t have business cards, a posh website, a full CRM and 50 social network accounts is it?

Actually, it is. A REAL company has the minimum “business machinery” it requires to produce the maximum return it can. The truth is – if your business idea is sound and you have what it takes, all that stuff can be brought in later, when necessary. Focus on is your Minimum Viable Product (Marius covers this a bit in last weeks Why releasing early is great for startups.)

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Why Releasing Early is Great for Startups

In this guest post by Marius Fermi of Tactical Sales Training, Marius explores the benefits and pitfalls of releasing your minimum viable product early, both as a boot-strapped start-up and as an established business.

Enter Marius

Normally everyone would say that before you launch or release any product or service, you need to make sure you’ve got yourself a die-hard set of metrics to back everything up. Take no notice, its better if you release early.

When it comes to this day and age of new start-ups, especially in tech, there is an increasingly small chance of delivering a great project on your first attempt. It never helps that our need for speed is increasing and our attention span seems to last no more than 3 seconds, getting easily distracted by a pretty word or colourful banner or button.

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Stand up if you have an App idea – Web Developer Innovation

<- Who remembers when the internet looked like this? Websites were ugly, slow and static. Interactivity meant hover-over menus and the occasional animated .gif banner. This screenshot is from Yahoo in 1997 – that’s now 15+ years ago. How have you changed in the last decade and a half? I’m guessing you have changes cars, houses and probably grown up a lot. Hopefully things are better for you now; certainly they are for the internet.

 

The internet has all but escaped the CRT monitor, it’s moved on to flat screens, touch screens, mobiles and tablets. Along with this new technology, new methodology has grown; interactivity is now assumed, efficiency integral and from a technology standpoint the internet is in a much more mature, stable state. I digress. Here’s the point: If you have a web app idea, now is the time to get it made.

You see this moment right here is ideal for getting your idea developed. The metaphoric planets of developers and markets are aligned. You have an app idea, website idea or a generally cool software idea and the market wants you. The software development market has grown at an incredible pace, it’s become bloated with capacity and developer talent and the business side hasn’t completely innovated to use up this overcapacity. Companies are recruiting like mad because they know that it’s a land rush period for Apps and Web Apps, it used to be great to get the first .com, now it’s the time to get the first service providing App.

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5 Crucial Points to Hiring a Developer

Disclaimer: I am a developer/director who has worked on both sides of the developer-client relationship. I write this with the sole intent of guiding those who are looking to get an early-stage web app or website prototype built. Do let me know what you think at the bottom.

Developer-client relationships go wrong. It’s a fact. Developers that weren’t up to the job, projects that get abandoned, whole web-apps get written that never get used. Hopefully you haven’t experienced this yourself; if you have I am sure that there were some deep lessons learnt from the experience.

The “Win-Win” of web development
It’s not good for either side of this relationship for it to end out of turn, aside from the “cosmic karma” of wrongdoing to others it’s not good business for either party if a software project doesn’t make the cut. To this end, producing a new website or app should be a shared goal between the client and the developer, that’s what the following 5 crucial points try to help you accomplish, a joint vision of a web based outcome.

 

All the points are crucial, but you can jump here:

  1. Have a clear vision
  2. Developers will
  3. Validate developers and test them
  4. Clients will
  5. The three crucial documents

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Top 5 Festivals 2012

As we continue to develop ChooseFest we are going through lots of festivals, reading, learning and improving our site all the time. In the mix we come across lots of new ideas, new music and new festivals as you would expect in such an industry, which is fantastic. We have had some really great feedback from several early adopters who we won’t forget as we grow. While we endeavour to improve our user experience and add more and more value to ChooseFest we have realised a few early assumptions we had made were wrong, for example how many festivals would you say run in the UK every year? We didn’t think it was as many as we have now added, we were really surprised at just how many festivals are established and regular, even more so at the healthy crop of  new festivals. A major learning curve.

How about which festivals are most popular? You would be surprised how everyone has a different answer to this one. As our knowledge grows through these little realisations we will share more and more of our festival statistics with you here, for an industry so seemingly disconnected from our financial turmoil there seems to be far to few shared statistics. ChooseFest will be open in this way, with an API on our roadmap we intend to share our lists and this information freely.

So what are the Top 5 Festivals of 2012?

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