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Intro to WordPress

This is the slideshow that I use when I introduce users and new site owners to WordPress:

Some ways that WordPress gives you what you need:

Lead Generation

Build and design your landing pages with easy to use WordPress forms. Our tool of choice is “Gravity Forms:” a leader in functionality, flexibility and integration. Let’s go the extra step and integrate Google Analytics into the mix to track the popularity of your landing page.

Automate Marketing

A sales funnel’s broad mouth may capture good leads and not so good leads. Through marketing automation, we can capture leads, pipe them into your email marketing and through to your CRM integration with a minimum of effort on your part.

WordPress supports your selling cycle. Quickly connect your WordPress website to robust third-party software solutions like MailChimp, aWeber and Constant Contact.


Your returns and your costs are linked. Your design will be built with return on investment at the forefront of our attention. The ease of use for both visitors and administrators alike will improve your management and the attraction of your leads. WordPress provides a feature rich web presence.

Low support requirements makes WordPress’ total cost of ownership a small percentage of what it would be with other CMS solutions.

Content Management

The primary role of WordPress is to manage content. It makes that management task very easy to accomplish. By adding levels of access into the mix, your management tasks can be delegated while still letting you have the final say on what messages get out and what messages get refined before release. Do you want help with content management? We can provide WordPress Maintenance Services


Our WordPress sites are mobile ready. That’s more than just re-formatting the look and feel: your site can be administered on the go. Its functionality can be optimized mobile users and site management on the go.


We follow Google’s best practices for B2B website design when it comes to responsive designs. A responsive design will keep the same content on the page, but make it look ideal for phones, tablets, computer screens and screen sharing to large displays.

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