Setting up a website back-end administrative area at yourcompany.com/login. After entering your username and password, you will find there is a very easy to edit system with pages and posts which function similarly to Microsoft Word. You can input text, import images and press "save", forcing all new edits to be updated on your live website. It is easier than it looks and is very search engine friendly. A listing in the UK business directory can help to boost your business' profile on the internet.
Content Management Systems have intelligently structured linking between pages and content, making it extremely search engine friendly. We have found for ranking purposes this method tends to be better than regular HTML or Site Builder options. Often, a blog is going to be automatically bolted onto a CMS based website providing you with a section where you may feed updates. We cover the importance of creating consistent updates and blogging regularly.
Another benefit of content management systems is being provided with a variety of plugins you can choose to incorporate on your website. You can easily pull in your social media feeds, YouTube Videos and check-ins. You may also syndicate your website to automatically post any new updates to your social media profiles. You can add map integration where people can click to either get instructions or view a map to find out the areas which are served by your organization. There is a surplus of features available in a CMS that you can't necessarily do with a non-CMS type option.
Whether you are looking to build a website from the ground up, you are just getting started, or you feel like you simply need a redesign, I highly suggest that you do so with a CMS, ideally in WordPress. WordPress is a fantastic platform and very easy to use.
It's the most adopted website platform available with many developers using it. It's constantly being updated and improved and I have found it to work very well for the interior design and kitchen and bath industry. You have my stamp of approval to go out and build your website on a WordPress platform.