Tonnes of options
Because of WordPress’ vast array of plugins, themes and other options, we can build a website that not only looks good, but has a great user experience and all the functionality you can imagine (and plenty of functionality that you can’t).
WordPress has some really robust SEO features.
Its high-quality code makes WordPress websites highly searchable (search engines can read the code easily, meaning they’re more likely to recommend WordPress sites). There’s also a whole host of third-party plugins that you can add in to help optimise your content for SEO, too.
As an open-source software, you own the website and all the code when you build in WordPress.
You’re not tied to licence fees or specific developers once the initial live site is live. Other CMS use proprietary software with costly licence subscriptions. WordPress frees you up to work wherever you please.
There’s a whole host of ecommerce integrations in WordPress (such as WooCommerce) that allow you to create an ecommerce-friendly site.
These integrations are relatively easy to set up and manage, after a little guidance.
A new website for workspace specialists built in WordPress.
Learn a little about how we boosted Rhino’s growth.
increase in lead generation
Rhino deliver stunning workplaces for businesses across the UK. Their existing website wasn’t showcasing their incredible work, and they needed more marketing hands on deck to take their digital strategy to the next level.