WordPress is the most popular Content Management System (CMS) used for building websites.
It acts as a go-between of your site’s visitors and the code that is used to develop your site. By using a CMS like WordPress, it allows for anyone who can use a word processor to change the content of their site with ease.
WordPress has a ton of benefits over “static” websites and other CMS systems. Here are some of our client’s favorites:
From a small “one-sheet” style site to sprawling franchise websites, we follow a process that puts results first. When working with Aces, here’s what you can expect:
There are a ton of reasons, but here’s our top 5.
You might’ve heard that WordPress is only for blogs. At one point, that was certainly true!
Over the years though, the CMS has become the most popular platform to build websites on because of its customizability. With a flexible code base, WordPress lends itself to a number of site development projects, from small business websites to eCommerce shops.
Default WordPress doesn’t come with support for eCommerce, but a number of plugins make it a cinch to upgrade to an online shop.
We don’t hold onto the hosting or domains for our clients. We will definitely help you to register them both on your own though, and can make accommodations for already purchased domain names.
It all depends on your project and the agency you work with.
If you’re looking for a basic site though, our pricing typically ranges from $2,000 to $3,000.
Not-so-basic projects end up in the $4,000-$6,000 range, and more advanced projects are custom quoted.
Our standard pipeline for creating a website is about 4-6 weeks, depending on the level of input, content, and complexity of the site.
If you have a project that absolutely needs to be rushed, we can hit a turnaround of 2 weeks depending on our schedule (though this typically costs more, and we’ll have less time to collaborate on a design).
You can! And If you’re business isn’t already doing $300,000/year in revenue, we recommend that you do.
For smaller operations, it’s more cost effective to put a theme up instead.
If you’re starting to grow beyond that point, a customized site will start to outweigh the reduced cost of themes quickly when it comes to revenue.