The primary types of websites today are those coded by hand (generally using HTML) or those built on a content management system (CMS). CMS platforms allow users to log into an interface, upload content or make changes, and keep content separate from how it appears to website visitors and users.

WordPress Logo © The WordPress FoundationOne of the most popular platforms today is WordPress, which currently powers more than 20% of the internet (which translates to more than 60% of CMS sites). Once just a blogging platform, WordPress has become a powerful content management system capable of handing just about any website need—static pages, blogs, ecommerce and shopping carts, discussion boards and social networks, and more. As an open source system with more than 30,000 plugins (both paid and free) available, the platform costs are much lower than some competing systems, and the customizations seem endless. The investment can then be directed toward development, and not software.


  • Domain registration and hosting setup
  • WordPress installation and configuration
  • WordPress theme and plugin installation and configuration
    • Free and premium themes or frameworks
    • Backup solutions
    • Security
    • Caching for speed
    • SEO and rich snippets (structured data)
    • Ecommerce (such as WooCommerce)
    • Email list integrations
    • Membership and subscriptions
  • Initial search engine optimization (SEO)
  • Social media account integration
    • Sharing buttons
    • Google+ authorship
    • Twitter cards
    • Facebook Open Graph
  • Ongoing site maintenance plans available

Related Services

  • Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
  • Pay Per Click Advertising Management (PPC)
  • Social Media Marketing (SMM)

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