I wanted to say how impressed we all are here with your team – great support, quick answers, and our rating on Google is higher than it’s been in a long time for several of our key words/phrases! You’re all doing a great job, thank you!
Donna Pritchett, CTR Future Ltd
Freetimers has its own in-house programming team, unlike many smaller website design businesses. Because of this we can offer first rate support to our clients, who if necessary can actually talk to the programmer working on their site, if they need to. Believe it, this is somewhat unusual!
We do our own web and website programming, and have developed a wide range of web related applications which are second to none. Whether server-side programming, or client-side programming, our website programmers do it, and we do it here.
Our programming experience and expertise is extensive, and as a result we also provide programming services to a growing number of partner design and marketing firms who wisely have chosen to work with a proven and reliable external partner rather than stray into an area in which they have little experience, or to rely on individual contractors who may not be able to be relied upon to support the work after the job is done.
These partnerships have proven their worth, time and time again, to the benefit of the designer/marketer, Freetimers and especially the ultimate client.
Almost every week, Freetimers’ programming team comes to the rescue of a client who’s programmer has vanished or has proven unreliable. So we say, don’t re-invent the wheel, go straight to a professional firm and you won’t be sorry later.
Our programming work usually comes in two forms:
We program in most of the major web languages, including PHP and ASP..
If you would like to find out more about our programming capabilities and service, please phone our MD Greg Poulson for a free of charge initial discussion of your requirements on 01604 626477.
Results Summary at end November 2012
10 of 10 most important phrases in Google Top 10
1 Million page views per month, 17 pages per visit