A Back-End Web Developer is responsible for server-side web application logic and integration of the work front-end web developers do. Back-end developers usually write web services and APIs used by front-end developers and mobile application developers.
Designs and creates website – Designs and creates a professional website for each product and service of the business via different web tools such as Google Sites, Wix, Squarespace, WordPress, and RealGeeks.
Plans and executes SEO strategies – Plans and executes SEO strategies to grow website traffic, increase engagements using chat boxes, and provide a high-quality user experience.
Collaborate with Designers – Collaborate with internal teams to create high-quality webpages and engaging content.
Generate Reports – Captures and engages leads from web traffic or visitors and submits daily report generations.
Maintenance and Security – Maintains the organization’s website by ensuring full compliance with all website laws and regulations, keeps up-to-date with industry best practices,
monitors competitor websites, and keeping brand consistency.
Provides customized features based on what the client needs