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WordPress Services Cheshire

WordPress Services Cheshire

We use WordPress as a content management system (CMS) because it allows us to create great looking, high quality websites for a cheap price – One of the most basic ranges we offer is our small business website packages. In addition to this We can also create more bespoke websites to suit the needs of your business and make it easy and manageable for you once the website is created.

Some of the WordPress services we offer

  • General website design and web build services
  • Shopping cart (WordPress e-commerce) – This allows you to start selling your products online.
  • SEO (search engine optimisation) – we offer basic SEO on your website with all packages, but also offer monthly packages to help your business grow on the internet.
  • Fixes and improvements on existing WordPress sites
  • Performance reviews and optimisations on your WordPress site

WordPress FAQs

What is WordPress?

WordPress is a very powerful open source Content Management System which is why MySite Designs uses it for developing high performance websites on both a small and big scale.

Why does Mysite Designs develop websites using WordPress?

Having been involved in numerous projects that have involved creating websites we strongly believe that, Wodpress is the best CMS on the market today and we pride ourselves on providing the best for our clients. Due to it’s flexible and scale-able nature, wordpress CMS provides great quality in developing websites for business on any scale.

Who else uses WordPress for their website?

Due to WordPress being one of the biggest and most used CMS, it has be used to by some of the largest and most creative of companies. There are millions of websites that have been created using wordpress CMS but some of the more note able companies making use of wordpress are; The New York Times, Sony, Playstation, Ebay, TechCrunch, GM, UPS and many more.