Why we love WordPress

We are specialists in using the WordPress content management system because it allows us to build great websites at an affordable price.

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We love it! And so should you.

But we are also experts at getting the best out of WordPress for you and your business and many of our customers come to us with WordPress sites that have been sadly neglected.

We can fix that for you and give your a site a complete makeover using the system you already have.

Why WordPress?

WordPress is one of the most popular ways to build a website in the world – never mind Shropshire – and with good reason.

  • It’s free to install with no licence fee to pay
  • It’s future proof as it updates to keep up with the web – your site can grow with you
  • It’s easy to extend and customise, meaning your site can do whatever you want it to
  • Google loves WordPress and gives your site a strong SEO basis to build on
  • WordPress lends itself to displaying on mobile phones, especially responsive sites

The possibilities with WordPress are endless. We can use it for:

  • Blog-based sites
  • Simple brochure sites to more advanced sites with hundreds of pages
  • Web shops
  • Directory sites
  • Online learning sites

It keeps us honest!

Another factor is that WordPress does not tie you to a particular host or web design company.

That means that if you want to move to a new provider you don’t have to start from scratch with a new site.

We see that as a good thing because web companies like us have to pay more attention to customer service and not hold customers to ransome.

Moghill and WordPress

When we start to plan a new website, usually we only need to consider WordPress as our solution for how to build it.

We pride ourselves on not being geeks but in the case of WordPress we’ll make an exception: We love WordPress!

But now we’ve got that out of the way we also work with Joomla and Magento! If we have to.

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