Root802 is thrilled to partner with Five Star Roofing, a full-service roofing contractor serving central Vermont and parts of northeastern New York. Together we designed and built a website with the goal of generating potential leads, and a secondary goal of educating users of common roof issues to watch out for.
No one wants to be hacked but you see it in the headlines all the time. While you may only hear of larger corporations getting hacked, it happens to businesses large and small. Keeping your business secure can be a huge task in today's digital world, but you can take some relatively simple steps to start protecting your business.
When we meet with clients to talk about new website projects or redesigning existing sites, one of the first points we ponder is "WordPress? Or not WordPress?"
The WordPress content management system (CMS) can be a powerful and affordable way to build a website. And for many business people it's top-of-mind as a path toward putting their business online. But WordPress isn't the ideal tool for every site. (No single CMS is.)
Here are some thoughts on when WordPress might be a good solution for your business website — and when a custom-built site might be a better choice:
Content management systems (CMS) such as WordPress and Drupal have changed the nature of web development. We specialize in these popular CMS platforms, harnessing the power of these great tools to work to your advantage.
If websites were meals, web developers would be chefs. And we wear the tall hats.