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Dorset based Webdesigner required


lemoncakeuk

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I have an idea and I desperately need advice but I want to do this face to face and brainstorm etc!

If anyone is interested please please get in touch as I need to move quickly!

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lemoncakeuk

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Thank you for your help - but I'm broke! lol Like most of us - I only want to talk to somebody and see if my idea is possible but without being ripped off for my ideas, it is so hard to know where to go. Basically I need a really good techno geek, who knows social media like the back of his/her hand and the workings of the web to talk to. (If he is male and gorgeous it helps lmao!!) Seriously though it is free advice I'm after but holding out little hope. x

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"it is free advice I'm after but holding out little hope."

Free advice is our speciality, and we can certainly advise on "the workings of the web", but you want a face to face discussion,and that rules us out.

One thing worth remembering is that a web designer is going to be in business to sell a service and, human nature being what it is,any advice may well be biased in that direction.

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