I strive to build beautifully simple, yet fully-featured things. Projects include open-source contributions, pro-bono non-profit work, mom & pop shops & Fortune 500 companies — I can & have done it all.
Porpoise Plumbing is a newly founded Dallas/Fort Worth company handling a wide range of plumbing needs. I was contacted to help them brand, design, development, host & provide SEO consultation for their site, porpoiseplumbing.com.
Track & store where users come from for enhanced reporting in Google Analytics, on-site statistics, conversion tracking & more. Referrer Analytics allows you to make qualified decisions based on facts & figures, not conjecture.
Building a performance-driven, standards-enforced project requires constant checks & balances — meet gulp-starter. A light-weight Gulp framework to automate slow, repetitive workflows and compose them into efficient build pipelines.
Quit forcing users to prove they’re humans by filling out confusing captchas & having to pick the right images. Make the bots and spammers prove they’re worthy of submissions with the WordPress Zero Spam plugin — just install, activate, and enjoy a spam-free site.
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👋 Howdy! My name is Ben Marshall & I’ve been developing websites for over 20 years. I specialize in WordPress development, SEO strategy & LOVE what I do. Familiar with CSS-Tricks? … you should be, my site’s design was heavily inspired by it — hope you like it.
I build websites for both small mom & pop shops to large Fortune 500 companies. In addition to freelance work, I also have a full-time position at the New York-based Entermedia agency. Need a site, help with an existing one or a boost in search engines? I’m your guy, contact me today!
Are you a non-profit or organization helping the community and in need of a site? I offer heavily discounted services — sometimes free — to worthy causes.