How to Meet Web Accessibility Guidelines

Compliance with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) is required by law in many countries. Until recently, the issue of WCAG was a complete niche, but this is slowly changing – it can be a great way to make sure that your website is accessible to every visitor. The guidelines exist primarily to help remove obstacles Read More »

Is Pixel Perfect PSD to WordPress Overrated?

Some of our agency partners ask us to build their sites pixel perfect. It’s a common feature mentioned online, that outsourcing agencies offer web development that is in pixel perfect agreement with their clients’ PSD files. Fun fact: only 3-5% of our partners care about pixel perfect PSD to WordPress. These are often agencies founded Read More »

How Much Does a WordPress Website Cost?

A WordPress website (like any website) is more than a pretty cover and a chunk of code. It’s a tool for marketing, and it’s an important one. By reading this post, you will learn about the costs associated with getting a new WordPress website, how to make sure it converts into more sales for your Read More »

Top 11 Reasons WordPress is the Best Platform for Your Website

WordPress is one of several modern content management systems, but it confidently takes the leading role. WordPress developers are happy to use this system since 13 years, from the initial release date of May 27, 2003. It has developed over the years, with an increasing number of available themes and plugins, and the version number Read More »

7 Best WordPress Plugins for Internet Marketers

If you are managing modern day internet marketing channels, these are the must-have WordPress plugins for you. They will give you the tools to generate more leads and land more conversions. #01 Jetpack Jetpack is a free plugin that lets you track how many visits your site gets. You can get such valuable insights as views Read More »

Social Media and the Future of WordPress

Matt Mullenweg, CEO of Automattic — the company behind the content management platform WordPress — plans expansion for 2016 and says that part of that growth will come from social media generating traffic to WordPress sites, increasing their visibility. While some have said that social media sites are replacing other webpages as “destination sites,” Mullenweg Read More »

WordPress.Org vs. WordPress.Com — What’s the Difference?

Sometimes our clients have questions about the difference between and and how much of a difference those three letter extensions make for the websites they want us to create for their customers. While and are related, they’re actually quite different entities. is a site owned by the web development corporation, Read More »