Your WordPress Development Questions Answered
WordPress Development shouldn’t be a huge process or something to fear. By asking the right questions and supplying the right information your new website should be up and running quickly without any headache.
- What do I need to provide?
This is one of the most important questions to ask before you start a new WordPress project. If you are expecting your project to be hands off and not provide the required content, then you can expect it to go off-track at some point.
These things include:
– Website Assets (ie. logo files, images, text)
– Current Domain & Hosting login
– Social Media Account Information
– Google Analytics login
- When do I get full access to my new WordPress site?
Once final payment is made and the site goes live, you will get full access to everything. The website is yours and we hope you login, update it and use the training we provide to grow it.
- What plugins will be included in my initial build?
We do things a bit different when it comes to plugins. We figure out what you need and then have you purchase them, we factor this into the initial quote. The reason for this most plugins have yearly licensing for updates, and we want you to be in full control of your site.
- Will my website be mobile-friendly?
Yes. Every website we build is fully responsive, we know that over 70% of all websites are viewed from mobile phones and we want to make sure your site looks great on mobile.
- What (if any) SEO is included on my website build?
This is another thing we do differently. Every site we build has Yoast SEO installed and setup on it. We even keyword your main pages as we build the site (with the content you provided), this way they are ready for you soon as your new website launches.
No matter how big or small your project is, we take great pride in building lasting relationships with our clients.
You might wonder why we don’t say we are 100% proficient below on Web Development, Web Design, and User Friendliness. Well that is because we feel there is always more to learn and you need to keep learning to push the envelope.