In case you might have missed it, last week we sent out a newsletter announcing that we are now building custom sites and doing custom work for Jamroom users.
For many of you this may not seem like "new" news - we've always done custom work on the side - but I thought I would write up a quick post here for those of you that may not have seen it or thought it was "no big deal"
This is something we've been debating internally for a while, and decided it was a good time to announce. While previously we would always do small custom jobs on the side, it was mostly limited to individual modules or skin tweaks that might take an hour or two here and there - basically "small stuff". This has been inline with our goal of targeting Jamroom to tech savvy web masters - i.e. you do the work on your site and just contact us for those things that really need to be custom.
With this new announcement however, we are now taking on much larger projects that include completely customized sites from the ground up consisting of custom hosting solutions, custom modules, custom skins AND custom mobile development.
One thing we've continued to see is there are a lot of site owners that have a great idea, but they just don't know how to technically make it happen and bring their idea to life. So it has become clear to us that there is a need in the JR community for a complete "end to end" solution where we take your idea and build your site from the bottom up.
If you're a motivated site owner that really wants to make your site unique and take it to the next level, make sure and contact us:
And give us an idea of what you're looking to have done. The response we have received from the newsletter has been tremendous and really validates that there is a need in the JR community for this type of service. We're a small team however, so if you have a great idea and are ready to make it happen then contact us ASAP to make sure we can help.
If you have any questions about anything related to custom JR work let me know - I'd be happy to answer.
Founder and Lead Developer - Jamroom
updated by @brian: 12 Oct 2017 11:09:04AM