You may notice something a little different around here. Yep, I look like a grown up blogger now. I was in desperate need of a website makeover.
Like most of us do, I went searching for people who could help me. I found a lot of great information, but not really what I was needing. Then, like an angel from the skies, Paul Crowe appeared.
Who Is This Genius?
This genius is the creator of spiceupyourblog.com. Not only does he post regular tips and tricks related to Blogger platform blogs, but he is available for hire as well.
If you read any of his posts, you will see clearly that he is an expert in this stuff and makes it very easy to understand and implement. Oh, you want an example? Okay, well one of the big complaints with Blogger is the lack of a “reply” button to comments. Paul will have none of that! In an easy to read post, he explains exactly how to add a reply button to your Blogger comment section. Cool huh?
My Website Makeover
Let me start by saying here that I was more than willing to listen to the suggestions Paul offered me. I knew I needed a website makeover and asked for his help. I stumbled onto his hire me page and was absolutely blown away by how much he would do to help.
You know I always try to bring you free or inexpensive ways to enhance your blogs and I stand by that with Paul as well. The honest to God truth is that what he did for $20.00 bucks changed the whole appearance of my site.
I now have a more professional, clean looking website. This guy knows his stuff and I was so pleased with his work,,,and he is now going to be my go to tech man! Because I am techie challenged. Seriously.
If you are on the Blogger platform and you want more options with your blog, you need to contact Paul Crowe. He did it all in a day and did everything he could to make sure I was completely satisfied with all of the work.
You should know I don’t recommend anything I have not personally tried or used. This is no exception. When I find good honest people or products, I promote them. So, if you need a website makeover and have been wondering where to turn, I highly suggest Paul Crowe.