Founder of webdev.com
Michael Fied is the founder and CEO of webdev.com and SpamBurner. In addition, he’s an internationally top-rated and award-winning website advisor and website architect with a global team of 55. You can find Michael on LinkedIn below.
Michael Fied is the Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Web Lakeland; Central Florida’s Premier Website Design & Development Agency, and runs all subsidiary companies under its umbrella such as but not limited to, Web Lakeland, Web Restaurants, Web Roofing, Alpha Brands, Lakeland Shields, and TruNeb. Web Lakeland is a full-service, customer-focused, results-driven website design & development agency based in Lakeland Florida.
Michael Fied has over ten years of experience in the web dev space, starting in 2010 with his first website, an Amazon affiliate site. His passion for business web solutions started there. He soon after acquired a search engine optimization company, ignited its massive growth, and sold it two years later. He then accepted a prestigious position as VP of a marketing agency out of Orlando. There he thrived in the legal space and helped law firms acquire new accounts through digital marketing and web design & development. He implemented lead generation techniques through effective conceptualization, design, and execution for high-level US-based law firms. During Michael’s time with the agency, they experienced a 6,250% growth in revenue while he managed over 500 websites and sizable teams of designers & developers.
Michael founded Web Lakeland in 2018, with a simple mission of providing value first — which is unheard of in the oversaturated market of web development. He genuinely believes and testifies that Web Lakeland offers superior services, results, and customer service. His mission and model has proven to be a selling point for clients: “We invest in you before you invest in us.” Web Lakeland now manages over 400 websites and counting across a plethora of industries and has a team of over 55 globally.
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