About David F. Carr
Freelance writer, editor, web consultant
Former Editor at Large, InformationWeek (education tech, healthcare, government, social business), former Technology Editor at Baseline Magazine and Internet World Magazine
Author, Social Collaboration for Dummies (Novemeber 2013)
Technology blogger for
Creator, WordPress for Toastmasters
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David F. Carr

Please do not expect limitless free tech support on free plugins. I do my best to respond to email and comments on the blog, as time permits, particularly if I get a report of a bug or other error in the software. (If you write to report a bug or suggest a change, put the name of the plugin in the subject line). Even if you don’t hire me, consider making a donation via my PayPal tip jar if I add or tweak features in response to your request.

Professional services (web):

  • Internet strategy
  • WordPress design, programming, and implementation
  • Custom plugin development or modification
  • PayPal integration
  • MailChimp email template design and campaign management
  • Facebook business page tab development
  • Converting existing websites to WordPress

Professional services (writing, editing, SEO):

  • Copywriting for web or print
  • Writing/editing for Search Engine Optimization
  • Keyword research
  • White papers
  • Case studies / success stories
  • Ghost writing books and articles

Speaking and Events:

  • Presentations on WordPress, web strategy, and digital business
  • Organizer, moderator of conference panel discussions
  • Active in Toastmasters District 47 (Former President Club Awesome, Area Governor, District Social Media Chair) and founder of the WordPress for Toastmasters project

2 thoughts on “Consulting”

  1. I can’t remove the “Show Attendees” button from the form. When I uncheck “Display attendee names and content of note field publicly,” and update the page, the box is always rechecked. When clicking on the button, nothing happens.  Any suggestions?

  2. Hi Guy’s,
    I am very new to word press and need a little help to get my wedding website completed.

    I have installed RSVPMaker and created an event with the required information. When I publish and view the event there is some default links on the left unrelated to my event or webpage. If I try to edit the event in a similar fashion to a new page, it doesn’t have the normal settings a page has in terms of custom editing the side bars,full width page, background images etc. I can’t remove the custom links on the left as there i no option available. Do I need to create a page and embed the event into it?

    Sorry if I have not explained the issue very well i am not familiar with the correct terms. The photo shows the information on the left which i wish to remove.


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