The WordPress Difference
WordPress has been around for a long time as a cost effective content management system that is built using an open source framework. This has resulted in WordPress being used on over quarter of all websites globally – that’s nearly 60 million websites with over 100,000 new WordPress websites popping up every day.
What do we offer?
- WordPress Services
- WordPress Design
- WordPress Customization
- WordPress Upgradation Service
- WordPress Bug Fixing
- WordPress Support
- PSD to WordPress Service
- WordPress Maintenance and Support
- WordPress SEO
General WordPress FAQ's
- How much cost? WordPress itself is a free, open-source website creation tool and content management system. However, running a WordPress website, at a minimum, requires the purchase of a domain name and monthly hosting costs. To have a WordPress website professionally developed will usually cost between £950 and £6000.
- What is a WordPress website? WordPress is an open-source website creation tool and content management system (CMS), written in PHP. It is free to use and supported by a large, global community of users and developers. The WordPress core files are available for download on the WordPress.org website, and need to be uploaded to the website’s root directory.
- How long it will take to develop the site? An experienced WordPress designer can install WordPress to their hosting account, upload a theme and add content to the website within a few days – maybe even hours. A fully customized WordPress website, on the other hand, will take much longer – typically around 6-14 weeks from planning to completion. Like any project, the length of time it takes will depend on its scope and complexity.
- Is WordPress good for SEO? The short answer is yes. WordPress has developed a reputation for being an SEO-friendly platform, and has even been praised by Google as a “fantastic choice”. In addition to being a very good “out-of-the-box” product for on-page SEO, WordPress also offers thousands of plugins and themes that allow for customisation and adherence to SEO best practice. The author of one of the most widely used WordPress SEO plugins – Yoast SEO – has become somewhat of an authority on SEO himself.