Mr. WPress

Mr. WPress

5.0 (6)
3 employees
6 years in business

About this pro

We do custom work at a fair rate.  We don't cut corners or compromise the quality of the product.  Our quotes are well put together from the start which reduces any unexpected costs along the way.  Not only are we competively priced, but we have over 15 years of experience in WordPress and we are fast!  We are typically 75% of the total time another developer will quote you.

Your website should be an extension of your business.  It should act as a sales person that never sleeps.  We understand the importance of making sure that every page has a specific purpose.  If a page is not clear and actions for the user to take are not easy to follow, it can result in that visitor leaving your site.  A good website funnels a user along so they take appropriate actions to get to a goal.  A goal such as making a sale, signing up for a newsletter, making a donation, registering for a subscription; and nearly anything in between.  You have a purpose.  We work with you to help you define and achieve your goals.

Helping people.  People have ideas and desires and some people have real needs.  From helping the community to building fun websites, they all have a purpose and are all unique.  THAT is what we love about the job.  Never the same thing day to day.  Always something new.

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Credentials

Littleton, CO 80129
Email verified
Phone verified

6 Reviews

5.0

  • Michael B.

    The response time to answer my questions and deal with problems on my site is amazing. I rarely have to wait more than a few minutes for Mr. WPress to reply with solutions, which he mostly just fixes for me for a very reasonable fee.

  • Chris C.

    Chuck knows his stuff! I had Chuck help me with a seemingly impossible task and with no issues whatsoever Chuck handled insanely fast.

  • Aaron W.

    Amazing and super knowledgeable!

  • Khalil R.

    He is very knowledgeable in his field and easy to work with.


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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

Gather their ideas and goals and come up with a thorough and well thought-out scope for the project.  Break the project into sections for completion by date.  At the end of each completion period payment is due for that work.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

The owner of the company, Chuck, has more than 15 years of continuous, hands-on experience.  Working on various projects from government contracts to B2B down the line to end user platforms and start ups.  We understand the industry and continue to evolve with it over time.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

We charge $90/hr. for web development and $60/hr. for content writing and SEO.  We give discounts for early payments on invoices as well as for referrals.  If you refer someone to us we will credit your account 10% of their initial bill.  So if they spend $1000 there first bill, $100 goes toward your next bill.  No limits on referrals.  For early invoices, if you pay within 4 business days, we take 5% off the next invoice.  This is a good way to constantly keep your cost down each month.


How did you get started in this business?

As a younger man Chuck began his journey of web development and software engineering with a media company in Boulder, CO called "The BeyeNetwork".  After a few years there he spent various time in contractor roles throughout Denver and along the front range.  In 2013, Chuck started Mr. WPress and is very proud of it's success.


What types of customers have you worked with?

Customers of all types.  From mom and pop owners to big dollar online stores bringing in several hundred thousand dollars annually.


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I liked building stlheronetwork.com which is a network of "heros" (firefighters, medics, army and military, etc) that offer services in their community.  This is a membership driven platform.  A lot like this website where people can search for a pro.  Except these pros have prior civil service.


What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

Developers are hard to come by.  There are a lot of "fakes" out there.  Or what we call "power users" that put technologies together.  At Mr. WPress you will get none of that.  We author our own code, never outsource, and can extend any framework to meet your needs.


What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

What is their budget.  Regardless if they want to come out and say it out to the developer, they need to know what their limits are.  This helps to plan phases and aspects of the project that can be left out for phase one.  Projects are usually classified as MVP (minimum viable product) and then build off of that.  We will discuss what your short term and long term goals are so we can make sure that your solution will be scalable as you grow.  So thinking about what is important and necessary here and now, what you want to do as a bigger picture, and the steps you envision taking to get there over time are helpful things to have in mind before consulting a programmer.  Especially on big builds.  Lastly, be prepared to make a project scope.  Most developers will charge 10% of the expected project cost to draw this up.  This scope is your "blueprint" and should be done in such a way you could take it to ANY developer and get a quote on it.  A good scope will keep your project on track and out of the "weeds".