We offer custom WordPress design and development services ranging from custom WordPress theme design to custom plugin development. As a Tampa WordPress development company, we specialize in designing WordPress content management systems (CMS) for businesses who want to be able to easily manage and update their content in-house, and want to differentiate their brand by not settling for the same cheap, pre-designed WordPress template that thousands of other businesses are using.
More and more, companies are relying on content management systems (CMS) to power their websites. Why? Well, when compared to a basic HTML site, content management systems are easier to update, easier to upgrade, and easier to extend. They are also cheaper to maintain and manage over time because companies do not need to have an expert web developer on staff in order to maintain a CMS. That being said, some CMS platforms are more user-friendly than others, which is why we choose WordPress as our CMS of choice for clients. WordPress is arguably the most user-friendly CMS platform available, and allows our clients the option to manage their websites’ content in-house.
The top 5 benefits of using WordPress as a CMS are:
1. No licensing fees.
2. Unbelievably user-friendly and intuitive back-end makes it easy to manage and update content.
3. Relatively inexpensive to develop and maintain when compared to other CMS platforms.
4. Very search engine friendly.
5. Thousands of plugins available that make it simple to add new functionality.
You bet! In fact, WordPress is search engine friendly right out of the box with clean code that makes it easy for search engines to crawl your pages, and a customizable URL structure that allows you to include keywords in your URLs. WordPress plugins can be added to make it even more search engine friendly and easier to optimize. These range from plugins that make it a cinch to add meta tags to each page of your site to plugins that create dynamic site maps which update automatically each time a new blog post or web page is added. In short, search engines love WordPress!