We decided to become WordPress experts because we believe it to be a great, cost-effective platform for small- and medium-sized businesses. It’s packed full of functionality and a great content management system – in fact, WordPress started out as a blogging platform, but developed into much more.
A selection of articles to help website owners and developers
Your website is critically important to your business, but when was it last backed-up? Could you afford the time or money to rebuild your website from scratch?
That could be what you need to do if you have a website failure and don’t have a website backup strategy in place.
Most website owners aren’t missing out if they don’t have live chat or chatbot on their website. For some businesses it can be useful. Here are some options.
Google are about to reward great websites, and make it even harder for those offering a poor user experience to rank well. Here’s what they are doing, and how you can improve your site experience.
With so many ways of publishing content, we often get asked ‘Do I need a website?’. Here we make a case for having a strong website presence.
To celebrate Safer Internet Day, which is in February, we’re going to share some hints and tips on how you might make your website safer for your own visitors.
We translated our website into French to attract more overseas visitors. Here’s why you should consider translating your business website too.
Our latest research article shows that during the first 3 full months of lockdown in 2020, many websites had more visitors than during the same period in 2019. Which sites performed well, and which performed badly? Were there good sectors? What made the good ones good?
A primary goal of most websites is to encourage visitors to get in touch. This would typically be through a combination of contact forms, comment forms, raw email addresses and telephone numbers. If it’s not clear how to contact you, or if the methods don’t work, your website may be largely ineffective.
As website platforms go, WordPress has stood the test of time, and has gone from strength to strength as competitors have struggled to keep up. So what does WordPress have that the others don’t? Read on to find out.