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A powerful CMS Solution to power your business website
What Is WordPress
Website Design & Development?
WordPress is a popular choice for many small businesses and enterprise level companies – 23% of the web is reported to run on WordPress.
WordPress is classed as a CMS – a content management system. It was originally used many years ago as a simple platform for bloggers to post articles and content to the web, quickly and easily. As the internet has evolved and grown, so has WordPress as a system. It runs on a database backend with technologies called MySQL and PHP. You don’t need to know about these however as that more complicated backend, was able to be skipped by the website owner. This allowed developers and designers to control the complicated website elements, whilst also giving those without coding knowledge to update the website on the front end.
As a result of this relationship, developers began working to expand upon the simple blogging elements available to make it better for SEO, for more complicated functionality such as ecommerce and booking systems.
WordPress can now be used for a multitude of different businesses and reasons whilst being able to be updated and managed by those without the technical knowledge that would be required if the website was a standard HTML website for example.
Companies that use WordPress
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Why Is WordPress Our Go To System?
Holmes Design use WordPress as its CMS of choice because of its speed, SEO and ease of updating for our clients. WordPress over the past few years has evolved significantly from its blogger origins with the majority of CMS websites on the internet being WordPress. If updating your website is important to your business but you don’t have much coding knowledge, this is exactly what the system is used for today.
We handle the WordPress website design and development as well as the search engine optimisation, visitor conversion metrics and page speed. Once the website is live and running, you will be able to log in and update parts of the website with for example, events, news or product launches/updates. It gives you a large amount of flexibility and control over your website without having to overly rely on a designer to make updates for you.
There are still management and maintenance that is recommended as time goes on. The internet changes and so do the systems people operate on. Keeping these up to date is important both from usability and security perspectives.
What kind of websites can you make with WordPress?
We can create a multitude of different types of websites using WordPress. This includes eCommerce solutions, fully integrated forums or managed membership websites where users can create and login to their own accounts.
If there is a specific type of website you wish to create and update for yourself, we can create a beautiful design that looks beautiful and brings results for your business. All of the websites we create are responsive. This means that whether your potential customers visit your website on a mobile, laptop, tablet or desktop computer, the website will dynamically change to fit that specific device.
Our custom WordPress website design and development projects are something we are well versed in. This experience helps us to deliver on time and on budget. As a company who know SEO and the importance of the user experience, our goal is to give you a website that delivers on the best ROI possible. The benefits of a good website can be incredible. Generating sales and revenue can be a game changer for your business when done properly.
How Much Does a WordPress Website Cost?
The cost of a WordPress website will depend on many factors. Those factors might include the number of pages, the functionality and scope of content required. A professional, simple website in the UK tends to start at £2000 and upwards depending on what’s required.
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