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The advantages of WordPress for your pest control website.
It makes keeping things fresh easier.
WordPress is easy to update. That’s one of the many reasons it’s an extremely popular choice for small business websites. With its intuitive interface, WordPress makes website revisions a breeze. If you can edit Google and Word docs, you can edit your WordPress website. You can even assign specific permissions to multiple users. That way, you can delegate website editing to a member of your staff. No need for an expensive web developer to make necessary revisions.
Google’s algorithms are notoriously complex. But the core requirements focus on delivering accurate search results with links to well-designed, high-performing websites and web pages. WordPress delivers on these criteria with SEO best practices and management tools. It also works with thousands of plug-ins that further enhance SEO performance for your pest control website.
It’s built for SEO.
WordPress makes your site stand out.
It can be customized.
Features can be tailored to your pest control business.
WordPress is versatile and flexible. It has thousands of themes, numerous optional features, and open source coding for virtually unlimited personalization. Your site won’t look like all the other pest control websites. With WordPress as the platform and DAGMAR as your web design firm, your website can do and be everything you need to help your business grow.
Part of Google’s ranking method addresses responsiveness and mobile-friendly design. It’s a must-have if you want to be found online. Most WordPress themes have built-in responsive design. If you prefer a theme without the automatic responsive feature, you can opt for a mobile view format instead.
It’s mobile friendly.
Mobile counts now more than ever.
We Know Our Stuff and Others Agree.
This is just some of what goes into your new pest control website.
Our pest control web design services begin with a comprehensive audit of your existing site. We crawl your website to uncover potential problems, such as performance issues or barriers that keep potential customers from getting what they need from your site.
Once the issues are identified, it’s time to eliminate the problems, optimize site speed and page load, tackle any bad links and 404 errors, and make other corrections and enhancements as needed. If you have a decent SEO ranking, we preserve it as we work to improve it with a high-performing pest control website.
Our QA team reviews your new pest control site after we launch. We look at every aspect of its performance once it goes live to be sure everything is working properly.
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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