I happen to enjoy working on the design of my sites – but when it comes to programming, after more than 10 years in business, I'm still at a loss.
Create a plugin? Pull a feed? Place an ad after every 3rd forum post?
Forget it… I have no clue how to program those elements and don't want to spend the time to learn.
So, what I've done many times is outsource that type work to programmers who KNOW how to do those things quickly…
The services that I use to find programmers are listed in no particular order below.
Outsource your programming projects at Freelancer. The process is simple. Describe your design, writing, programming needs; receive proposals and prices from professionals and review samples and ratings, then pick the best.
If you require professional programming or website design for your business, whether its a long-term job or just a single project, you will find the help you need, at the prices you want to pay… gigs start at just $5.
No matter how big or small your budget is, freelancers from around the world will compete for your business at Fiverr.
Visit Fiverr now.
Keep notes about your experiences with individual programmers that you hire. In some cases, you'll find that you work together so well, that you will post projects and invite JUST those specific programmers to bid.