Freelance Email Developer
Who am I?
My name is Sharon Jennings, I am a Freelance Email Developer with almost 10 years’ experience in the industry
How can I help You?
Coding emails with HTML & CSS
Hiring of new email developers – code reviews, interview questions etc
What am I not?
A front-end developer
I am available for:
What’s the difference?
- Remote work only
- A specific project or series of projects, with a pre-agreed deadline(s)
- Work to own hours, no set start or finish time
- Pre-agreed quote for the job, no overtime
- Work onsite with client or remote
- A specific project, or a series of pieces of work, passed over as each piece is completed
- Working to client’s hours, set start and finish times each day
- Pre-agreed daily or hourly rate
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