Ruby on Rails developer required for Children's Medical Education Company

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We are a children's medical education company based in London who are looking for a Ruby on Rails developed to perform an the initial set of work with view to an agreement for ongoing maintenance of our website.

At the moment we need to make changes to our website to improve SEO. Our previous SEO advisor has given us advice which means we need to:

- be able to change the titles and meta-descriptions dynamically for each page of our medical encyclopedia (Med to Z)
- add a news feed feature to the front and include other dynamic content on the homepage
under Meet the kidz, each kid will need their own landing page.
dynamically updated sitemap.xml
non-Ruby: make all H2s into H1, and H3s into H2.
add a new field to the Signup page for entering a promotional code
Add a new opt-out tick box to the Signup page for marketing purposes
several bug fixes
include a feature to ban users from the social network and the tool added to the admin panel

Relevant Information:

social networking runs on insoshi open source system
database is mySQL

Could you give a time and cost estimate for the changes in Ruby, there maybe more changes required but an estimate for these initially would be most helpful.

We are looking for an ongoing relationship for maintenance of our website by a Ruby developer which can be done around an existing work schedule. Some of these changes we want to implement in a quick time frame (ideally most of the SEO-related Ruby changes done within the next couple weeks) and we can negotiate a suitable arrangement with yourselves the rate for this initial amount of work.

Please get back to us as soon as possible with time and cost estimates plus any additional information you require.

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