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The sad or sweetest truth is that most clients do not care how their websites is built – all a client wants is an excellently built and/or designed website. Nonetheless, some clients understand how dangerous it can be and therefore demand for details. Whichever group you fall in, it is highly important to know and understand why WordPress is the best CMS website for small businesses. Read more

A variety of factors affect your website conversion goals. One factor that is often overlooked is website loading times. You will need to understand the role load times play and take measures to reduce them. Read more

WordPress is a content management system (CMS) that was founded in 2003. Over the past 12 years, it has become the preferred CMS for countless websites around the world. Here are some statistics that you should be aware of. Read more

Every small business needs an online presence to grow in the digital age. Unfortunately, according to research from Forrester, 49% of businesses still have outdated websites that provide a poor user experience. If you own a local business, then you should host your website with a content management system (CMS) such as WordPress, Joomla, Drupal or Magenta.

You need to put some time and thought into choosing your CMS. One of the biggest mistakes that many business owners make is choosing a CMS because it has a nice looking theme or cool plugin. You can certainly take this into consideration, but there are a number of other variables that you need to focus on as well. You can always hire a developer to create a custom plugin or template, so make sure that you choose the CMS that is best for your business first.

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Your website is perhaps the most important marketing tool in your arsenal. It’s crucial to make sure that it’s updated regularly, not only for the search engines, but to encourage repeat visitors. Think of your website as your “home base” for your marketing plan, as any advertising you do will undoubtedly link back to it. Here, we will discuss some things to ensure that your website is doing the most work that it can for you. Read more