Who I Am? Need Help?

Struggling to setup your website? Shoot me an email.

I get around 50 emails every single day, and I try to respond to them on the same day. If I miss your email, and don’t respond within 3 days, feel free to shoot me another – things can get lost, after all.

When you’re filling in the form below, let me know your domain name and your hosting provider. If you haven’t chosen these two things yet, I recommend Bluehost for both.

Finally, please be as specific as possible. This helps me to solve your problem much faster.


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Some of my most viewed guides

  • WordPress Guide – Best for beginners, most popular platform.
  • Joomla Guide – If you don’t like WordPress for some odd reason, check this guide.
  • Drupal Guide – More complex and robust than Joomla and WordPress.
  • CMS comparison – Differences between WordPress, Drupal and Joomla.

 

Few words about me…

I’m Robert Mening, and I was born in Sweden, Malmö 27 years ago. I’ve been interested in computers, tech and the web since I can remember. I built my first website in 2004 and have been a full-time web developer and designer ever since.

I’ve helped various bloggers, small businesses and start-ups with their online presence, and I have no intention of slowing down!

Some not so interesting facts about me:

  • I have two brothers and one sister.
  • I studied media and marketing at Malmö University.
  • My hobbies are skiing and fishing.
  • I’m a coffee addict (seriously, send help!)

Here’s my Twitter account (@RobMening) and here’s my Google+ account.

 

Why I’m doing this?

One of the reasons that forced me to put together this website was quite simple – I just didn’t want to see people spend thousands of dollars hiring web developers and designers. I’ve been involved with many different designers and developers in the past 10 years and I can truly say that 90% of them just install a premium WordPress theme and ask $500+ for it – not magic.

When you follow my WordPress guide (homepage), you’re doing the same thing they did – only for free. That said, if you can’t find few hours to put together your own website, it’s best to hire someone to do it for you.

But Robert, what’s the catch? Another reason why I’m spending a lot of time improving my guides and answering emails is that I’m actually earning some money from it – no secrets between friends. Some of the services that I’m suggesting people to use (mostly web hosting) pays me commission fees for referring new clients. It’s nothing huge, but it’s enough to cover the domain name and web hosting costs, which keeps this site online and the information available for all.

Keep in mind that all the information on this website is free to use. You can share it with your friends, colleagues and so on.