CommonPlaces Institutes New Program Designed to Support Freelance Web Developers

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Freelancers looking for a helping hand can take advantage of CommonPlaces’ Freelance Support Program

Freelancers, grab a hold! CommonPlaces eSolutions has implemented a new program that is designed to aid freelancers looking for mentoring or tasked with a project beyond their skill set.

CommonPlaces Freelance Support will provide freelancers the assurance that best practices are carried out, complicated requests are completed in a timely fashion, and techniques are provided to improve efficiency. In general, CommonPlaces can act as a second pair of eyes for code reviews, conduct ‘heavy lifting’ for specific tasks and provide training and technical recommendations.

Typically, CommonPlaces works directly with clients, deploying a project from inception to completion. The firm has an on-site staff of engineers and project managers dedicated to providing the best experience possible to clients. Now, CommonPlaces will extend that same level of service to freelancers. The program will allow freelancers to receive help with projects that are not yet started, or that are partially completed.

“Our team is excellent,” commented Ben Bassi, CEO of CommonPlaces. “They bounce ideas off each other and generate the best solution. If one person is having difficulties, he can easily consult another engineer to collaborate and brainstorm. Freelancers typically don’t have such a support network. Recognizing that there’s a need, we’re happy to step in and create a win-win situation.”

To find out more about CommonPlaces Freelance Support, visit

For further information please contact:
Emily Murphy, Marketing Coordinator
CommonPlaces e-Solutions, LLC
603-329-6760 x 102
Emily (at) commonplaces (dot) com


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