WordPress is an open-source content management system (CMS) that is 100% free to use for anyone looking to build a website. WordPress was developed in 2003, and its popularity has grown from being a blog platform to a full-blown website solution used by over 43% of the world’s websites! Big brands like Angry Birds, The Rolling Stones, Time Magazine, Toyota Brazil and Canada.com.
WordPress web design has allowed small businesses to have cutting-edge websites that compete with big companies that spend millions online. If you want a specific functionality in your small business website, chances are, it’s been done. This means expensive custom coding and development aren’t often needed for specific requirements. Browse the website features we’ve built into clients’ websites.
WordPress integrations are what makes it so robust. There are over 50,000 WordPress plugins available which provide a level of customization for small businesses that no other platform has. Below are some of the more popular plugins and integrations that can take your WordPress web design to the next level. Don’t see an integration that you need? Try a search on the WordPress plugin directory or message our team of WordPress experts for more information.
Getting discovered online can be challenging, but our WordPress SEO services make it easier. WordPress’ SEO features are second to none, and when implemented correctly, we can help your small business dominate your local industry online.
WordPress is an incredible open-source website platform, but being popular means that more hackers look for ways through your website’s security. When you subscribe to our WordPress maintenance services, we perform monthly updates to ensure your website is stable and secure with all the latest features.
Looking for a WordPress web design but aren’t sure where to start? We’ve built hundreds of websites for small businesses over the years. Here are our three most recent websites. For more WordPress website examples, visit our portfolio page. Want to see WordPress projects that are in a similar occupation? We also have them organized by industry too.