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We recommend the WordPress platform for our clients.
Here are just some of the reasons why.
All of the power with none of the headaches.
The best content management system (CMS) is the one you can actually use to keep your site up to date, and the WordPress CMS is the most popular among small businesses by far. WordPress has an intuitive interface that lets you make edits in much the same way you edit Google or Word docs. If your site is on a more complicated platform, you’ll probably have to pay a web developer for even minor changes. We know you have better things to do with your money.
WordPress comes with several SEO best practices built in and it has easy-to-use tools for managing SEO. Some of the most important SEO factors—such as headings that help search engines understand your content and keywords in page titles—are simple to set up and change. WordPress also supports SEO plug-ins that further simplify SEO tasks.
It’s built for SEO success.
WordPress makes your site easier to find.
It can be tailored to your needs.
Adaptable. Customizable. Flexible. You get the idea.
You can choose your own theme, add functionality with plug-ins, add extensions and more to customize your WordPress site to your company’s needs. You can turn off features you don’t want, and expand the ones you do want. You don’t have to have a coder, but you can change or add code to make WordPress do almost anything you need.
Most people looking for a business like yours are searching on their smartphones and Google, of course, knows that. Having a mobile-friendly site is clearly a ranking signal, which is one of the best benefits of WordPress. The majority of WordPress themes are automatically responsive and the ones that aren’t offer the choice of viewing websites in a mobile view format.
It’s mobile friendly.
Google loves mobile. WordPress does, too.
We Know Our Stuff and Others Agree.
We’ll get your website working as hard as you do.
Our first step in building your new, responsive WordPress website is to crawl your existing site to identify potential issues with internal and external links, forms, page URLs and much more. We also make sure to preserve your current SEO rankings.
Our detailed optimization process takes us through a comprehensive list of tasks, including optimizing your site for speed, ensuring images are compressed, verifying that URLs match, correct 404 errors, implement redirects as needed, and more.
After launch, we perform a full review of all of our work, ensuring that everything on the new live site works as it should, including website contact forms, tracking phone numbers, responsive elements on the website, and more.
Everyone at DAGMAR is an expert in their specific field, with great ideas and attention to detail.Stacy McKinney, Director of Marketing
Great company. Shows great competency for digital marketing. Easy to work with and a knowledgeable staff.Chris M., from Facebook
Professional, knowledgeable, and thorough!! This team does a great job for us! You can really trust what they tell you!Online Church Directory, from Google
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