WordPress is number one

Web Development
05 December 2019
Nicky Doe
Nicky Doe

Why would you want a bespoke WordPress site?

What is WordPress? WordPress is an online, open source website creation tool written in PHP. It is arguably the best CMS in the world and it powers 32% of the entire web. The best part about WordPress is that it’s easy to use and flexible enough to make different types of websites, many of the top brands use WordPress including Time Magazine, Facebook, The New Yorker, Sony, Disney, Target, The New York Times, and more.

Why should I have a bespoke WordPress?

There are many great reasons why having a bespoke WordPress site is for you. You will have a constant theme that is unique and meaningful to your audience. By building a website from scratch you will have features you want and can utilise keeping your website focused and stylish. On a technical level, WordPress uses less plugins which keeps the integrity of your site stronger and reduces the changes of things going wrong.

Search engines LOVE it

Searchability is key to ranking high on Google and other search engines. WordPress sites tend to rank high for their keywords, largely because they’re constantly being updated and because WordPress includes a variety of tools and plugins for optimising content for SEO (search engine optimisation).

It's mobile responsive

This is also a factor in Google rankings, so websites need to look good on any device. WordPress offers a variety of responsive theme designs, and users can also make a static site responsive with plugins and adjustments to theme files.

It's safe and secure

WordPress is developed with security in mind, and it is considered to be a very safe and secure platform to run a website. However, just like the real world, the internet can be an uncertain place.

MWB Agency are a passionate agency creating websites with a purpose and user centred meaning. Always bespoke.

To have a website review or if you want to schedule a call to discuss your website or a brief, we would be delighted to hear from you. Check us out on the UK Business Directory.

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