Rob Binns

Rob's Short Bio:

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Hi, I’m Rob:

I’m Website Builder Expert’s Content Manager, which means I cast my eye over everything that goes up onto the site, as well as penning my own posts, too.

I come to WBE off the back of almost three years writing and editing for a renowned B2B brand. I’ve also spent time ideating and executing content plans for popular B2C sites: whether they’re focussed on entrepreneurs, ecommerce, or the environment.

I built my first website in 2016 with Wix, in a last-ditch attempt to get a friend’s ailing rock band some gigs. Since then, I’ve experimented with Squarespace, GoDaddy, and Shopify, and dabbled in hosting and email marketing tools, too – with far greater levels of success!

I trust you’ll find the wide range of articles on our site helpful, and please don’t hesitate to shoot me a message with anything else you’d like to see on Website Builder Expert.

You can find me on Linkedin here.

More About Rob

Rob previously worked as a Senior B2B writer before jumping at the chance to link up with Website Builder Expert in June 2021.

Rob is WBE’s Content Manager. As well as writing his own articles, it’s his job to read and edit each and every article Website Builder Expert’s wonderful writers produce, and ensure that we’re always offering the best possible experience to our readers.

Website Builder Expert is the number one resource for getting people online, and he’s proud to say that every single article that you read here is researched, written, checked and double checked with precision and passion.

When not wearing his website builder-shaped hat, Rob can be found writing about topics as diverse as blockchain and biometrics to invoicing and loans – and everything in-between! Whether it’s predicting the downfall of high street ATMs, or waxing lyrical about the importance of trademarks, Rob’s probably written about it!

Away from his desk, Rob enjoys caressing a cold, crisp (and sufficiently socially distanced) pale ale, and shamelessly sharing runs on Strava. On sunny days, you’ll find him curled up on a grassy patch, with a battered copy of Crime and Punishment for company.

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