When choosing WordPress as your CMS for your next website, you have many vendors and agencies to choose from. We have been developing on the WordPress platform since 2007. Our development lead, Bob Gregor, can be seen featured on the Code Poet WordPress Developers quiz. (We added his picture – the site didn’t support Gravatars for people who took the quiz using Facebook to login)
What does this mean for me, as a business owner?
Your business’s website will enjoy increased uptime, speed, and conversion rates. Visitors will be more likely to return, and when they do, they’ll view more pages and purchase more items. We know this because we’ve been around WordPress, and know the do’s, and dont’s, in terms of the WordPress API. We’ve tried _doing_it_wrong(), and found out why it’s wrong. We’ve broken ( & fixed) themes, sites and servers. After all of that, we know how to make things great.
We’ll spend less time troubleshooting future WordPress Updates, Theme Updates & Plugin Updates. It also means that we know what a bad plugin or theme looks like, and can help mitigate potential problems.