When you hire AWGentry, you get personal service from a veteran Web professional. The owner, Adam Gentry, is a CIW Certified Web Design Specialist, freelance Web designer, online promotion manager, corporate Webmaster, and graphic designer with more than ten years of relevant experience.

Past Roles

  • Web Content Specialist: Administered the main Web presence of a 2,000-page college website using the Concrete5 content management system, HTML5, CSS and light PHP programming. Also designed graphics and edited photos using Fireworks/Photoshop, created and distributed a monthly email newsletter sent to over 5,000 members, and tracked advertisements with Google Analytics, among other duties.
  • Interactive Manager: Maintained four radio station websites with 12,000 monthly visitors, including graphic design, webpage updates, statistics analysis, newsletter content for 1,200 readers, XHTML and JavaScript programming, Facebook promotion, and more.
  • Freelance Web Designer: Built a one-man design shop, producing over $13,000 worth of services through website consultation, design, promotion, and other activities.
  • Webmaster: Created, revised, or updated over a dozen websites, from retail stores to college groups, using Adobe Photoshop, content management systems, and other tools.


Web Design
website project planning
domain/hosting setup
site design/redesign
HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, PHP
site template customization
content proofreading, editing
Web copywriting
email newsletters
print press releases
Web content management

Microsoft Word, Excel, basic Access
Concrete5, WordPress
Google AdWords, Analytics
Adobe Photoshop, Fireworks


search engine optimization (SEO)
keyword research
pay-per-click (PPC) advertising
social media promotion
online contest forms/pages
print advertisement tracking
website traffic reporting
content management systems
client consulting/service
business website maintenance
contact form creation/management
Graphic Design
Web graphic design/optimization
photo editing
Web banner ads
basic print graphics


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