The Internet is an ever-expanding wealth of information and it is imperative that your business’s website not only stands out visually to your potential customers and users but structurally to search engines as well. Technology always moves quickly, but some of the new developer tools, plugins, and coding languages we have allow us to create things we never thought possible before, and for an affordable price.
Make a bond with your customers that lasts a lifetime.
Great design at an affordable price? That’s spells value with a capital V.
Don’t worry about your project timeline. Really. We’re that good.
We go where no man has gone before. It’s about the small stuff.
Reach farther than you thought before. It’s easier than it seems.
Connect directly with your customers. Work with them one on one.
As WordPress developers, we’re part of what’s called an “Open Source Community”. The community represents people and businesses from all over the world, each contributing to a larger collection of resources for all developers. These resources, such as plugins, templates, themes, 3rd party integration tools, are free to us, and “ready to be tailored” to fit your brand.
The simple act of not having to create the plugins and tools we need from scratch for every client app or website, allows us to lower the cost substantially, and focus on what’s most important to you, which is quality and value.
What is a WordPress plugin?
A plugin is a piece of software containing a group of functions that can be added to a WordPress website. They extend functionality or can add new features to your website without having to start from scratch every time. Everything from contacts forms, interactive sliders, to eCommerce capabilities and everything in between. There is one rather large inherent problem that comes from plugins: anyone can write them.
The problem with plugins, is that for every 1 awesome plug-in, there are 20 that aren’t so awesome, and can actually have a negative effect on your websites page rank, or can even shorten the life-span of your site.
How can you tell which plugins are safe to use or not? Experience. And we have it.