Running a business is no mean feat. There are a lot of things one must consider to make it run smoothly, especially the marketing aspect of the business. It is something that cannot be neglected. Marketing, after all, plays a vital role in the growth and success of any company.
Modern trends in website design are making things easier than ever for business owners. Whereas once they had to face the nightmare of old-fashioned, self-hosted websites, owners can now enjoy the many benefits of hosted platforms, taking the stress and cost out building a site and giving them the time and space they need to focus on running their operations.
The new year is a time when website business owners set out their goals and challenges for the year. It's a great time to build a new website, but which platform should you use, and why?
Great news! You've chosen WordPress as your CMS platform to build your fist website. It's one of the most widely used systems online today and is capable of building both small websites for start up companies as well as website design for growing SMEs.
WordPress is the platform used by millions globally to set up websites for business use, personal use and online shops. In fact 27% of all websites online in 2018 use WordPress (Whoishostingthis.com).
Blogging for a small businesses is an essential online marketing tool, similar to email or social media marketing. But because it takes a very different form to most marketing practices, it can be hard for business owners to see benefits immediately.
With that said, there are some big advantages that many companies miss. Let’s take a look at what your business could achieve if it started blogging today.
I started building websites in 1998, the internet was in its infancy and few companies had a website. There were even fewer web designers around. We were all about to start using Google for the first time, and companies were starting to spot the potential of getting found online. SEO was here!
If you’re looking to design a modern user-friendly WordPress website, then you’ve come to the right place. This blog will go through everything you need to know about bringing your new website to life. As the title suggests, we’ll be focussing on WordPress sites only.