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Hello there: Once upon a time Pagelines had a page with external individuals who we could hire to do some work on our pages. I used one, and it was great. I have since lost their contact and now cannot find the page link here. Can you help?

 

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Frank

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Rob

Frank,

 

If you email me, via robert@pagelines.com, with all the details of the project and your contact info I can pass it on to our manager who can help find you someone.

 

Thanks for your cooperation.  I look forward to alerting our manager about this.


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