As with many things in life, not all things are made equal. The same applies to website design and development too. When deciding on needing a new website the very first question is “what type of website do you require?” In this post, we will talk about the 3 main types of websites that each …
It is no secret that in recent months Elementor has seemingly had a decline in users wanting to either use the WordPress plugin and looking for alternative such as Oxygen due to the ‘bloat’ that is happening under the hood. However, in some cases it isn’t just a case of switching page builder because the website is too large and would be far too costly to just switch over.
Whenever you start a website, you’re faced with the same question – what platform to build it on (In this case WordPress vs Wix). For those people how have built lots of websites in the past, they probably have a go-to platform they’re comfortable with, but for everyone else, there are lots of options to choose between.
With the huge rise over the last couple of years with tools such as Wix, Shopify, Wordpress.com (Not to be confused with Wordpress.org) and so on there is this elephant in the room as to why you should still be hiring a web design professional or web team to design and develop your website vs the do it yourself approach.
Let me open this up by just saying that not just in the digital marketing space, we are all currently facing so many uncertainties in the world of business big or small. At NRCM we have had to witness some of our clients in certain industries close their doors not knowing if we will ever be working with them again, having difficult conversations with others who have had to strip back their spending to scrape past the 3 months from the initial lockdown. And here we are, it looks like the UK is slowly starting to get everything up and running by whatever means necessary.
Regardless of the size of your business, building and maintaining a consistent brand should be one of your top priorities. With a consistent brand in place, you will find it easier to not lose your business’s message, you’ll be able to unify disparate units within your business, and you’ll be able to establish a strong identity for yourself in your market.