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B2C website design with WordPress
In the last ten years WordPress has grown from a basic blogs application to a high-performance web based CMS. The CMS suite is perfect for B2B website development by complementing the high-performance kernel with over 30,000 plug-ins that provide countless additional capabilities and functions. The WordPress is strong and we want to help you take advantage of this power and use it to maximise your online advertising activities.
Jointly we can produce a nice and practical B2B website for you. Use WordPress templates to quickly and simply generate and layout your destination pages. Choose your boxes, set your preferences and simply embedded your form on your own pages tailored to your catchwords or your targeted area. Using premier plug-ins, WordPress can provide extended form capabilities with conditioned field, tagged contents, downloadable files, website registration, and even Google Analytics targeting.
For some B2B businesses, the selling cycle can be very long, requiring a lot of maintenance over many years. With WordPress, this can be easily supported through leads acquisition, e-mail and CRM integrations. While WordPress helps your selling processes, it allows you to quickly link your WordPress website to rugged third-party applications such as MailChimp, aWeber, Permanent Contact or Infusionsoft.
Wordprocessor is engineered to enable true global publishers to build and maintain rich media assets in a user-friendly desktop environment that is simple and simple to use. Each of our B2B website redesign engagements includes one-on-one tutorials, hands-on video dashboards, and hands-on walk-throughs.
Our aim is to strengthen you and we want you to like WordPress as much as we do. Wordprocessor helps Google's B2B website best practice by delivering a Web site that responds mobilely and adjusts itself intelligently to tables and phones. The WordPress website offers a feature-rich web site without the large amount of costs associated with using your own designs and technology assets.
Constant upkeep and low levels of customer service make WordPress's TCO a small percent of what other CMS offerings could achieve.