Hi, I’m Tommy Oddo— a WordPress web developer in Austin, Texas who designs, develops, and maintains user-friendly websites for growing businesses. Since 1995.

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New Custom Websites


Get a new, one-of-a-kind WordPress website that’s thoughtfully designed to meet your strategic objectives; differentiate your products and/or services; and deliver an exceptional user experience.

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Website Customization


Get your existing WordPress website user-experience-optimized to improve conversion rates; reduce visitors’ frustration; and improve your workflow. From complete makeovers, to custom landing pages; custom graphics; and more.

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Get your website hardened and monitored to protect against security threats; have WordPress and plugins safely updated on a regular basis; and ensure rapid access to fresh, offsite backups for a rainy day.

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Supplement your in-house capabilities with support from a U.S.-based WordPress pro— whether you need to migrate to a new web host; bring a downed website back to life; one-on-one WordPress training; consulting; etc.

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New to WordPress?

It’s the most popular content management system (CMS) in the world— by far.* This free, open-source “engine” empowers you to self-publish and manage content on your website—  without the limitations and performance penalties imposed by DIY website builders.

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Featured Work

Autistic Fraternal Twins

Walker County Ace Hardware

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FAST and Mobile-friendly

All Oddo websites are custom-designed using a lean, high-performance, mobile-friendly, built-exclusively-for-WordPress framework called ThemeOddo. This framework also speeds up the design and development processes, and in most cases, renders the use of predesigned Themes (a.k.a., templates) pointless.

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Recent Articles

In Design:

Measuring Engagement: Bounce Rates and Why They Matter

When a visitor leaves your website after viewing just one page, it’s called a “bounce”. Your “bounce rate” may be an indicator of a poor user experience, which can lead to frustrated visitors; poor conversion rates; and less search traffic. Let’s take a look.

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In Marketing:

Your Google Analytics Reports Are Probably Wrong. Very Wrong.

If you use Google Analytics (and you should!), you’ll want to know that spammers have found yet another way to make our lives miserable— by posting enormous amounts of fake traffic to our Google Analytics reports, rendering them practically useless. And it’s getting worse. In this article, I’ll show you how to identify the problem and what you can do to alleviate it.

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