Analysis is critical before any development commences. We will investigate your niche and competition. We’ll also carry out social listening and market research. We can do this using our software, Apollo Insights, which analyses every piece of data about your website. Then we’ll pass your site designs over to the development team to be actioned.
Our experienced team of WordPress agency developers will ensure that your website moves through each stage on budget and without delays. We’ll make sure you’re kept in the loop at all times. There’ll be no surprises! Our iterative process means you’re involved throughout the project rather than only seeing it once it’s already complete.
Our work doesn’t stop when you sign off on your final product. Our team will remain active to migrate data, implement your new website and ensure a successful launch. We can provide support once it’s live with one of our WebCare retainers. We can also help with further staff training and documentation.
This depends on the scope of the project. A simple brochure site will be much less costly than a complex eCommerce site. For a bespoke quote, contact us on 02392 830281 or [email protected].
A WordPress developer specialises in building WordPress websites. This ensures you get all the backend functionality of the platform with a fully customised website. Instead of building a website from scratch, WordPress developers install and customise a theme to match the design brief.
WordPress developers may also build their own themes and plugins for use on the CMS platform.
The backend CMS system is the big advantage of having a WordPress website. This allows you to log into the system and manage your website without working with core files and raw code. For example, you click a button to create a new page or post, type your text into the post editor and hit publish. Without a CMS, you would have to create a new page file and add your content with HTML markup. You’d also have to upload the finished file to the correct location on your server.
This is the primary reason to have a WordPress website, especially if you’re publishing content on a regular basis. You can easily create new posts, update old ones and optimise pages. With WordPress, it’s easy to manage your content and make basic changes to your site without writing/editing code. You won’t need to call in developers for every minute change.
More than 455 million websites use WordPress, making it the world’s most popular CMS platform – by a mile. That accounts for roughly 30% of all websites currently online and new WordPress sites are going live every day.
This depends on how the website is designed and developed. WordPress comes with some SEO challenges that have to be managed. An example is the heavy volume of code which can impact loading times. For this reason, you should always work with reputable, experienced WordPress developers. They will know how to build websites that perform for search engines and users.