WordPress case studies

WordPress websites we developed and optimized

WooCommerce store conversion optimization

Handmade leather goods


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Furniture products

WooCommerce course store development

Psychology training/seminars


WordPress WooCommerce store conversion optimization

Dental supplies


WordPress landing page development

Interior design / furniture production


WordPress SEO site for lead generation development


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WordPress business website branding & development

Green renewable energy

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Food and household goods


WordPress site with product tables branding & development

Lubricants wholesale


WooCommerce store development

CBD products


Sage inventory and order automation with Make

Grills and accessories


WordPress services website development

B2B product sourcing


WooCommerce SEO and speed optimization

Stone processing / construction


WooCommerce landing page development

Electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure


WordPress lead generation site development

Door manufacturing


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What is WordPress?

WordPress is the simplest and most popular way to create your own website or blog. In fact, WordPress powers over 42.7% of all websites on the internet. Yes – likely more than one in four websites you visit are built with WordPress.

On a slightly more technical level, WordPress is an open-source content management system licensed under GPLv2, which means that anyone can use or modify the WordPress software for free. This content management system is essentially a tool that allows you to easily manage important aspects of your website, such as content, without needing to know anything about programming.

WordPress Advantages

Over 42.7% of all websites use WordPress, including giants like Microsoft.

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But what about you? Why should you use WordPress?

Regardless of the type of website you want to create, there are numerous reasons to use WordPress. Here are some of the biggest:

  1. WordPress is free and open-source: One of the biggest advantages of WordPress is that it is free, open-source software. While you’ll need to pay a bit for hosting, you’ll never have to pay just to use the WordPress software itself, unlike with Shopify. Plus, you can find many open-source plugins and themes to change your site’s look or functionality. Speaking of which…
  2. Extensive range of plugins and themes: Even if you’re not a developer, you can easily modify your site thanks to WordPress’s vast ecosystem of themes and plugins:
    themes primarily change your site’s look, plugins alter your site’s functionality. Plugins can be small, like a contact form, or massive, like e-commerce functionality (WooCommerce). Currently, there are over 50,000 free WordPress plugins and 5,000 free WordPress themes, as well as countless premium options. This means creating an e-commerce site can be more affordable and manageable.
  3. Optimized for SEO: It’s not enough just to create a site. It’s also important that people find and visit your site via search engines like Google. Using WordPress SEO plugins, such as RankMath, you can easily and conveniently improve your rankings.
  4. WordPress supports all media types: WordPress does not limit any major media types. Thus, you can use any combination of text, images, and videos on your site. In this competitive market, the creative freedom offered by the WordPress platform is crucial.
  5. Security and reliability: Security is a major concern for businesses. With many data breaches occurring annually, you want to be confident that your data (and your customers’ data) is protected. As long as plugins are updated and passwords are secure, WordPress is one of the safest CMS platforms. The platform offers several additional features to protect your site, such as logging out inactive users and adding two-step authentication.

WordPress Disadvantages

  1. Security risk: WordPress sites are widely used and face security threats such as hacking, malware, and other attacks. To minimize this risk, it’s important to regularly update your WordPress site using the latest security trends. Unfortunately, if cybercriminals attack, it can lead to data loss, website downtime, and other serious problems.
  2. Performance and speed: WordPress sites can load slower than some other sites, especially if you use many plugins or functionalities. This can directly affect user experience and SEO, as slower sites are penalized in search engine rankings. Speed is a direct ranking factor for SEO and user experience. Therefore, our recommendation is never to use too many plugins.
  3. Maintenance and updates: WordPress requires regular updates and maintenance to remain secure and function smoothly. This can be time-consuming and complex for those not familiar with website maintenance. Updates come regularly, and it can be challenging for beginners to manage them.

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