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What I Do

At HolisticNetworking.net, my mission is to provide your marketing campaign with all the online tools you need to be successful.

 

Web Development

My design aspires to be simple, sophisticated and effective. My sites are bold, look beautiful on any screen, and focus on getting your core message to your vistors.

Social Media

Coordination is key when it comes to social media. Make sure you have your ducks in a row before they sail off to the blogosphere.

Data Integration

Great! Your contact form is getting submissions! Is it talking to your CRM? Are there reports? CSV? Anything?

Let your team work smarter by letting your online presence work harder!

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Ann Maynard

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Tom/Holistic Networking helped us to create a dynamic user experience with intuitive navigation, whi…

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Larry Moss

Tom has been great to work with. He was able to transition a custom built legacy system into a clean…

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From the Blog

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Surviving the Social Distance 1: Trust Yourself

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ACF: Using Local JSON With Parent/Child Fallback

One of the most important concepts in the world of WordPress web development is that of the parent/child relationship between themes. The parent/child relationship is a scenario in which a “parent” theme represents the final source of all code: if you cannot find a given file in a theme declared a “child” of one parent, … Read More

Saving default theme mods in the WordPress Customizer

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