What is WordPress? WordPress is the world’s most popular CMS, and website builder. The platform allows users to create, manage, or modify a website. Install plugins, customize your theme, and curate blog posts all from a easy to use dashboard.
With common functionality being, scheduling blog posts to go live, photo and document libraries, contact forms, and even ecommerce capabilities.
There is no limit to what you can use WordPress for. A few alternative ways to use WordPress are: a business directory, a CRM, appointment scheduler, knowledge base, forum, or a social network. The list goes on. However, the primary use of WordPress is delivering the feel of a custom website with all the advantages of ‘turnkey’ website. (Check out our blog on Turnkey websites!) A great example of a directory multifunctioning as a website is Zillow. You are able to browse hundreds and thousands of real-estate listings, while remaining on a website rather than a web application.
This isn’t quite a WordPress tutorial. However, we’ll provide you with some basic information to help you get started.The SEO tab on the dashboard allows users to run SEO audits on their web pages, supplies a checklist, and displays errors for the user to correct. WordPress is written using semantic mark-up, which means Google and other search engines love WordPress. [WP Beginner]
Utilize themes and plugins to get the most out of your WordPress site. Adding plugins can improve user experience and add additional intrigue and functionality such as displaying your social feed, utilizing Google tools, enabling document uploads, fillable forms, and security protocols. A theme will give your website a general layout, which you can customize to match your branding. A custom header, no problem. Custom fonts, no sweat. For more in-depth walk-through, visit the WordPress Learning page. If you want your website to really standout, with a custom design, custom plugins, and technical and on page SEO handled for you. Reach out to our team for a quote. The basic starting price for a static one-page marketing-oriented WordPress website is $1,000. Depending on scope, features, and timeline the pricing for a custom WordPress website will be customized
There are several reasons a business should choose a WordPress website over an entirely custom site. What are you planning on using your WordPress website for? Here are a few reasons your business needs a WordPress website:
Nexrage Studios has extensive experience building WordPress websites to fit the specific needs of various clients across many industries. Once your website had been built and launched, our team continues to communicate with the client to ensure transparency andkeep their website running in top condition.
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