And it’s done! The new website is up!

The new site is up! And before the end of the new year! The new products have been added. But I’ve set it up where you don’t immediately buy. Why is this? Because I want to make sure you’re getting the right product for your needs. Everyone’s needs will vary. There is no one-size-fits-all solution, […]

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A Rebranding and Pricing Model Change is Happening!

Hi everyone! A rebranding is happening right now! First, a name change is coming. In the beginning of the year, Joey Cagle Web Solutions will be Cagle Web Solutions. Furthermore, I’m changing the pricing model a bit. I’m still implementing the progressive design method. However, I am taking more of a subscription-based, productized, approach. Essentially, […]

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Why I Haven’t Been Using Codeable Lately

At one time, Codeable was a place for me to find the majority of my clients. It was a great place. I still have my Codeable profile. But I’m not really seeking any new work on it.  Part of that was because I took a much needed break, but there are other reasons too. So […]

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Getting back in the game

So basically at the end of last year and the beginning of this year, things kind of crashed with web development for me. On top of that, my father passed away at the end of January. I’ve had to move a couple of times and I took on two different retail jobs in the span […]

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It has been a while. What’s going on?

Hi everyone! It has been quite a while since I’ve done any kind of update to the website. Well, back in February, I was re-hired by Target. In April, I left Target for The GRID: Powered by Goodwill. That is an electronics store that is part of Goodwill Industries of the Southern Piedmont. I’m in […]

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Ending Codeable Exclucivity

For the past few months, I’ve been trying out working exclusively through Codeable. Codeable provides some great clients, but there have been a recent string of clients who have caused some problems too, albeit unintentionally. While I will still get some work through Codeable, I’m going to focus my efforts on finding more local clients […]

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The Clients That I Avoid, and How To Avoid Them

In employment, especially in a bad economy and for someone who doesn’t have much money and is unemployed, the advice is often “take what you can get.” It’s easy to apply the advice to freelancing too, but you really shouldn’t. I know from experience. If you settle for a lesser price or a lesser type […]

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Moving Exclusively To Codeable

Due to the way things have gone the past couple of years, and the fact that I have had my best clients come through Codeable, I have decided to work exclusively through them from this point on. It came to my attention that, though I had a set up similar to how many web designers […]

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