WordPress has become the “Go-To” resource for website designers, and for us who are exclusively using WordPress in Columbia, SC. Over 30% of ALL website out there are using the WordPress CMS platform for their online presence.
In the realm of self-hosted websites, WordPress, as a Content Management System (CMS), accounts for 18.9% of all websites in the world. WordPress themes (themes are website templates built to work inside of the WordPress CMS) offer a plethora of unique designs for you to choose from. There are thousands of WordPress themes readily available to choose from.
Why choose a WordPress theme? Choosing to use a WordPress Theme can save thousands in development costs, especially when you consider how much time is saved when not having to build or develop a new website from scratch in HTML, CSS and PHP code… not to mention having to build an SQL Database. We help you choose a WordPress theme, then all we have to do is customize it by changing the content, like images, text, video, color schemes, etc. Plus, with all of the WordPress plugins (WordPress Plugins are ways to extend and add to the functionality that already exists in WordPress) that are available to easily add extra functionality to WordPress websites, creating online shipping carts, online payment gateways, forums, email marketing systems, security, membership websites, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and so much more.
You can see why we have decided to stop coding so much from scratch and use one of the best business tools available for getting websites up, active and online much faster. Thus enabling us to be so much more cost-effective and efficient.
Below are images of two client’s working websites. They are clickable so you can view display videos of them for your review. Each is made in WordPress. Take note of the difference between each site and how they are used to do very different things. This is just a tiny example of the possibilities made available with WordPress, WordPress Themes and WordPress Plugins… and the cost to each client was fractional. Take a look: