WordPress has grown in popularity exponentially within the last 5 years, simply because it’s the best website platform available today. It’s easy to use, widely supported by developers, and has the most friendly administration area for content managers. Customers like it because if they need to change something on their website, they can simply log in and make the change themselves.
WordPress is not for every business though. If you’re looking to sell 100 or more products online, we wouldn’t recommend WordPress. We would recommend a platform specifically designed for ecommerce. Head over to our ecommerce page for more details.
Below are a few things that WordPress is commonly used for:
There’s no doubt that you’ve probably heard of a WordPress based website. It’s the most popular website platform by a long-shot at the moment, and there are many reasons why:
Every WordPress website we build is properly secured by the best security plugins available for WordPress. We use security plugins that provide a web application firewall, block brute force attacks, and regularly scan your website for potential threats. View a complete rundown of what we do to protect your website from hackers.
WordPress will often automatically update your website to the newest released version to provide usability improvements, security patches, and more. Every now and then WordPress requires a manual update, which usually only takes about 30 minutes to implement. It’s the easiest website platform to keep updated.
WordPress includes a beautiful admin dashboard that makes it simple to update content throughout your website. Just log in, find the page that needs to be updated, and make your edits. Not looking to manage your website yourself? Hire us and we’ll make updates to your website for and work with your required budget.
With every WordPress website design, we include a website speed plugin that optimizes your website and makes it lighting quick.
Our WordPress SEO services are centered around ensuring that each page of your website is properly optimized for your target keywords. Title tags, heading tags, image alt tags – these are just a few things that we look at when optimizing your WordPress website for Google and Bing.