Website Design on a Content Management System

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To be successful with Inbound Marketing, being able to update your website with new content, and being able to optimize your content for the best search rankings is crucial. We build all our website designs and redesigns on a Content Management System (CMS) for this reason.

Designing your site on a content management system means that you can make edits to your web pages any time you want, without the hassle of having to call (and pay) your tech guy every time you want to make an update.

We can recommend several different content management systems based on your project needs and budget, all of which offer tools and features that are simple to follow even if you've never worked on a website before. Your CMS will make it easy to add, move around and make changes to pages, create forms, add photo galleries and slideshows, create calls to actions with special offers, add downloadable whitepapers and maintain a company blog. It will also give you full access to your web pages' meta tags for search engine optimization without ever needing to know any coding.

What is "Responsive" Website Design?

It's been a while now since you had to be sitting at your desk to access the internet. Now you can search the web from anywhere with a phone, tablet, gaming system, etc., and they all come in different sizes and shapes. A "responsive" website is styled so it can automatically adjust to display its best on whatever kind of device you're using. Your visitors won't need a magnifying glass to read your pages, and there's no need to create (and pay for) a separate "mobile" version of your site. All of the websites we build are responsive.

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While we recommend building your site in or moving it to a content management system, we can also work with what you have. If your website was built in PHP or just plain old HTML code, and you just want to make some updates without a whole redo, we can help!

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