How do you find good developers who know Wordpress? (specifically marketplaces?)


November 6th, 2016

How do you find good developers who know Wordpress? specifically marketplaces?

Thank you.

C J Information Architect with eCommerce, Business Transformation & Business Acceleration Expertise

November 6th, 2016

One way to do that is finding a proper market place theme or theme supporting woocommerce and contacting the original developer.

Other option would be popping in to freelance work places like upwork and posting a private job and inviting the WordPress resources with decent rates and job successful rates.

Maria Petra HR Specialist – Adoriasoft

November 9th, 2016

I would fully agree to Jonny. Any freelancers' platform similar to UpWork can be helpful

Ricardo Collison Co Founder at Elluum

November 7th, 2016

We used a company called https://www.dreamztechusa.com/, they did a great job building our recruitment platform https://www.elluum.com/
Let me know if you want an introduction.

Jennifer Fortney 20+ years’ experience in PR & marketing comms; Founder of Cascade PR, Chicago firm for small business & startups.

November 8th, 2016

I have a fantastic referral for you. Shoot me a note. jfortney@cascadecomms.com


Chipit Promotions Software Architect

November 7th, 2016

There's an excellent resource called Codeable that hires only the top 2% of wordpress experts that apply. You can have them look at your project and provide free estimates with a quick form from here:


Jonny Avik Digital Marketing Analyst #Blogger #SEO #Analyst #SEO #ContentMarketing #Marketing #SocialMedia

November 7th, 2016

You can list your offer at Upwork or use other good platform, for more information on wordpress, get in touch with me..

Karen Straus Strategic Thinker: excellence in Product Marketing/Management, Graphic Design, Website Development

November 13th, 2016

There are local Wordpress meetup groups all over the country. Visit one. The "regulars" usually know who's got the skills for a particular project.

WordCamp conference organizers can be another good resource.  (At a recent WordCamp conference, speaker Cody from modeeffect.com seemed especially knowledgeable and experienced.)

If you're new to WordPress, you should keep in mind that WordPress sites require constant maintenance updates/testing to remain secure, in addition to any content mods you may want to make.  You'll want to find someone who can be a good ongoing partner, not a "done and gone" UpWork coder.

Jeet Doshi Love helping businesses & investors with accounting & bookkeeping and managed IT services

November 14th, 2016

Hi, i would recommend Analytix, Boston based with offices across US, they offer much more than just Wordpress expertise, you may visit them here www.analytixit.com

Jonny Avik Digital Marketing Analyst #Blogger #SEO #Analyst #SEO #ContentMarketing #Marketing #SocialMedia

November 12th, 2016

Thanks Maria..

Tony Vinayak Building and Monetizing Software Products & Services

November 13th, 2016

If you are looking for a well-defined, rather finite job then marketplaces like Upwork might be  good place to look for freelancers. If you are looking for a longer-term engagement, then a good option for getting quality work at a lot more affordable price would be to look for a DEDICATED virtual employee. Feel free to ping me directly if you need a hand with that option.