Your business could benefit from the world’s leading content management system.
Nearly 40% of the world’s websites are powered by WordPress, the Content Management System you’ve heard such great things about. That’s because it’s powerful, flexible, infinitely customisable and the software is free. It’s become the professional choice and because it offers excellent usability and SEO, and can be used for any type of website.
I’ve been a WordPress specialist for about 10 years.
What’s so great about it?
Search Engines love WordPress sites: The code behind WordPress is very clean and simple, making it easy for search engines to read and index a site’s content.
Cheaper to update in the long run: It’s easier and takes less time for a Web Designer to perform updates to a WordPress site, like change menu items, add pages etc.
Content can be managed by you: With a Web Designer in the background looking after the more complex tasks, it’s easy for your staff to edit pages, add photos etc.
Management is transferable: Don’t get on with your Web Designer? No problem, get a new one! The ubiquity of WordPress means there are plenty of specialists out there.
Stays up to date with modern technology and security concerns: WordPress is updated regularly by a large team of developers to keep up with modern web standards and updates are easily deployed to your website. Any security vulnerabilities are patched quickly and efficiently.
Easy to extend the functionality of your website: It’s very easy to add things like a blog, events calendars, eCommerce or video galleries with the thousands of add-ons or plugins that have grown up around the platform. A skilled developer can make a WordPress site do just about anything you can imagine.
Easy to grow: WordPress sites are very scalable. You can have thousands of pages or blog/news posts on your site and the performance of the site will not be compromised in the least.
Mobile responsive: Any modern WordPress Theme (that’s the ‘face’ of the website) will be mobile responsive from the outset, meaning that it will adapt on the fly to suit any device or screen size, and will always be easy to read on smartphones and tablets as well as desktops.
Bespoke Wordpress web design
There are many pretenders out there who will obtain a free or commercial WordPress ‘Theme’ (template design) and pass it off as their own work before selling it to you with a huge markup. They’ll come unstuck when you ask them to move a logo or change a menu, because they won’t know how.
I take a different approach. I’ll design a bespoke WordPress Theme especially for your website using your branding. So your website will be unique, backed by a Web Designer who knows what he’s doing when you want something changed.
Please contact me if you’d like to discuss getting your WordPress site up and running.