WordPress started as as a blogging tool; but pages, themes and custom post types have made it a “best practice” for all your organization’s content.
We rarely recommend starting a microsite or separate blog. Your time and money are better spent on your primary site. We analyze 3 exceptions.
According to the United States Small Business Administration, small businesses, with fewer than 500 employees, make up 99.7% of all employer firms in this country. It is a huge part of our economy-in fact, over the last few decades, the majority of new jobs have come from small businesses. That being said, with all the competition, it is difficult to succeed.
Websites are often the public’s first glimpse into an association. In fact, websites are often referred to as today’s business card. Visitors will often form their first impression of your organization from what they see on your website.
Good website designs takes time and expertise. 5 rules to follow when starting your blog: be current, be an expert, study your keywords, write good content, and incorporate a good design.