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  • Freelance
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  • Job
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  • +91 84 37 234560
  • till Now
  • 7 + Years
  • Project Manager
  • Pandasofts
  • bhavdeep1988@gmail.com
  • Ahmedgarh
 

Skills

Html5
CSS3
Javascript
Bootstrap
Google Materialize
Asp.Net
C#
Sql Server
Ajax
Web Services
Photoshop
Digital Marketing

Skills

Work Experience

2013 - Till Now
2011 - 2013
2010 - 2011
2009 - 2010
Pandasofts
Project Manager

Manage projects for domestic and multinational clients from development to production including website desiging, redesigning, maintainance and other issues. Using technologies like Html5, css3, asp.net, c#, angularjs, databases as sqlserver, mysql, sqlite. Responsible for maintaining and gaining ranking & traffic in big search engines like Google, yahoo, bing of clent websites using Digital Marketing.

Gauvasofts
SEO Executive cum developer

Responsible for maintaining and gaining traffic of Guavasofts's inhouse websites. Also responsible for backlink profile cleanups for websites hit by Google's Penguin updates. Keyword research and SERP position monitoring with regular reports. Rewriting the meta content for websites and providing suggestions for on page, including content creation, site speed issues, html corrections and suggestions.

CreativeMinds
Faculty cum developer

Right after I graduated, I start working for Crativeminds solutions, a full service internet agency. I worked here as a web designer cum faculty. I also did a lot of custom made websites. Later on I also started teaching web designing.

Freelance
Web designing & SEO

As an seo and web designer freelancer, my duties was to analyze the niche category, perform keyword research using google adwords research tool, assess competition and find the best and relent web assets for building valuable links to the website. Moreover I also resposible for designing websites and redesign websites.

Work Experience

2013 - Till Now
Pandasofts
Project Manager

Manage projects for domestic and multinational clients from development to production including website designing, redesigning, maintainance and other issues. Using technologies like Html5, css3, asp.net, c#, angularjs, databases as sqlserver, mysql, sqlite. Responsible for maintaining and gaining ranking & traffic in big search engines like Google, yahoo, bing of client websites using Digital Marketing.

2011 - 2013
Gauvasofts
SEO Executive cum developer

Responsible for maintaining and gaining traffic of Guavasofts's inhouse websites. Also responsible for backlink profile cleanups for websites hit by Google's Penguin updates. Keyword research and SERP position monitoring with regular reports. Rewriting the meta content for websites and providing suggestions for on page, including content creation, site speed issues, html corrections and suggestions.

2010 - 2011
CreativeMinds
Faculty cum developer

Right after I graduated, I start working for Crativeminds solutions, a full service internet agency. I worked here as a web designer cum faculty. I also did a lot of custom made websites. Later on I also started teaching web designing.

2009 - 2010
Freelance
Web designing & SEO

As an seo and web designer freelancer, my duties was to analyze the niche category, perform keyword research using google adwords research tool, assess competition and find the best and relent web assets for building valuable links to the website. Moreover I also resposible for designing websites and redesign websites.

Work

deep dhillon
laptop

EDU

Education

Web designing & development
2011-2012

Website designing and development course from Pandasofts, Dugri Phase 1, Ludhiana, Punjab

Computer Science (B.Tech)
2006-2010

Bachelor of Computer Science (B.Tech), LCET Collage, Punjab Technical University, Punjab

Higher Secondary
2006

Higher Secondary Education from PSEB in Non-Medical

Matriculation
2004

Matriculation from Punjab State Education Board (PSEB), Punjab

Hire Me

$ 110

One time cost
Static Website
4 to 5 pages Responsive Design One Domain for One year One Year Hosting

$ 200

One Time Cost
Dynamic Website
Unlimited Pages Responsive Design One Domain for One year One Year Hosting

$ 120

per month
SEO Standard Plan
Upto 10 keywords Top 10 ranking in Google is 4

Testimonials

 

Featured Blogs

Digital Marketing 6/4/2017 12:00:00 AM

15 free tools for SMEs and startups to help in digital marketing
Every small business owner is well aware that, it is expensive to build an online business without the help of digital marketing tools.

They also know that these various digital marketing tools greatly help them with their everyday tasks.

Startups are all about getting the most bang for their buck, particularly when it comes to marketing. Hence, they should have sufficient expertise coupled with a sold digital marketing strategy.

I have shared below 15 such free digital marketing tools that will prove very useful in the implementation of an effective digital marketing strategy.
SMEs and startups entrepreneurs can easily learn to master these free digital marketing tools, and it will only boost their productivity. .
Keyword Planner
BuzzSumo
Hootsuite
SimilarWeb
Boomerang
SEMrush
Hotjar
Canva
SimplyMeasured
Charlieapp.com
SocioBoard
Wistia
SlideShare
Rapportive

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Digital Marketing
Ways to Design at Lightning Speed 6/12/2017 12:00:00 AM

Some of the world’s best designers – and even the best designers where you work – all have something in common: Many of them know how to work at lightning speed. And the work is still good.

While part of this speed work comes with experience, some of it is comes back to solid work habits and great time management. Working quickly and efficiently can be great for helping you make good with the boss, and for freelancers, taking care of tasks quickly can result in the ability to take more jobs (and increase your earning potential).

So how do you get faster without sacrificing quality? Here are seven tips that you can start using today.

1. Create Shortcuts and Styles

No matter what software or tools you prefer, a set of basic libraries, styles and presets will make your life easy. That’s not to say you use the exact specification for every project, but it establishes a starting point so that you can switch fonts, colors or layouts with just a click.

 

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One of the first things you can do is establish a set of universal quick, or shortcut, keys for all programs you commonly use. (I love the “Duplicate” function, but every piece of software uses a different keystroke combination; I always create my own cmd+d, so that the command is universal and not clunky.)

Take this a step further and create basic styles for common text bits – body text, headlines, subheads, captions, quotes – with quick keys. Then when you need to change a font, size or color, styling is universal. (This can make work in Adobe products a breeze and can dramatically speed up the prototyping process before the first line of code is even written.

2. Organize Consistently

There’s no right or wrong way to organize your design files. (We aren’t getting into that here.) What matters is that you have a consistent system for how you do it.

If you organize files in the same manner every time, using folders, layers or labelling, then you will always know where to find things as you move through iterations of the design. Other members of your team will appreciate this consistency as well, because it will make it easier for them to use your projects as well, while understanding the filing system.

This applies both to how you organize objects and information within files and how you create and use folders outside of the actual project file.

3. Have a Go-To List of Typefaces

For the projects that don’t come with a set of typography specifications, it can help to have a short list of go-to typefaces to jumpstart projects. Your arsenal should include a couple of serifs, and few sans serifs and one or two novelty or script options for special use.

 

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You won’t always end up using typefaces from this “de facto palette,” but it will get you moving quickly on the overall design outline. It will help provide a starting point for font pairing combinations that you can actually show a client almost immediately (and get a feel for how they react to those type styles).

Bonus tip: This concept works great for color palettes, too.

 

4. How to Use the Right Tools

Using the right tools for the job can make all the difference in the world (and prevent a lot of rework later). Think of how many times you’ve come across a logo in a raster format when the right tool is vector-based software, such as Adobe Illustrator.

This applies to every aspect of design work, both for online projects and printed materials. As a general rule, anything that’s part of a branding scheme or might be needed for multiple uses (logos, characters, iconography) should be designed in a vector format. You can also scale it down or save other files types, but you can’t go from a gif to a scalable image. One time use objects and elements can be designed using small, raster formats or with CSS tools.

Remember, no matter what file format you need for the final version, save everything in a native file for easy access later. Native files are a lot easier to edit and adjust.

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You want to learn HTML, right? 6/12/2017 12:00:00 AM

You want to learn HTML, right?

Having a proper cheat sheet will make your life a ton of easier.

When I started out with web development, I used have a cheat sheet, too. Now it’s all in my head, though. 

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 You want to learn HTML, right?

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