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Not everyone needs a WordPress website, but a profitable business does.

I know what you’re thinking, “I tried WordPress and it was really difficult!”

Not All Themes Are Created Equal

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In reality, what you tried was likely a bad theme. WordPress is just the engine.

If Lamborghini made the world’s best engine and then put it into a car that didn’t have wheels, you would think it’s a really bad car.

The power is in the engine, the usability is in the theme.

We build all of our websites on proven, tested, and reliable technology.

A Specific Theme For a Specific Purpose

On theme forest (the world’s largest theme marketplace) there are more than 18,000 to choose from. This can quickly become overwhelming.

Luckily, there is a system for finding very good themes. When you use this system, you’ll eventually come to the conclusion that there are actually just a couple themes that really stand out:

Avada & Newspaper.

Why these themes?

Product-driven Design vs. Content-driven Design

Product-driven design means that you first want people to learn about your product or service and then you want them to see your content (ie. posts).

Likewise, content-driven design is where you want your content (posts) to be front and center and your products are secondary.

That’s not to say one is more important than the other, this simply means the design should reflect your content marketing priority and how dedicated you are to creating new, engaging content.

Knowing when to use either is the key to understanding a big part of your overall marketing strategy.

Product-driven Design

With product-driven design a robust page builder is paramount. Having complete flexibility and control with your content and design is essential.

This will be most important when we begin to market your business.

Content-driven Design

With content-driven design a robust page builder is not as important. Rather, post-display options are more important.

With content-driven design you want to create a structured layout and have your content fill the “post areas” designated in the layout.

The Opportunity Cost of a Slow Project

Big brands know a secret…

Brands like Amazon, Netflix, and Facebook know something that maybe you don’t.

With their billions of dollars in research, they’ve figured out something profound. Something that most business owners and entrepreneurs wouldn’t even dream of!

Do you want to know their secret?

There’s a Cost To Waiting…

Here it is. What do big brands know that you don’t?

They understand the price of opportunity. They understand that something is better than nothing. And that getting something live on the web brings in extremely valuable feedback about your business.

This is how they grow so quickly. It’s not their big budgets. It’s not that they have better marketing agents.

It’s because they’re able to act fast, and make changes even faster.

So, what does that have to do with you and your website?

Skip the long, expensive, and outdated studio process, and get your website online in less time than it takes to choose your next Netflix movie…

Wasting time can be a costly mistake.

The average website project takes about 6 to 12 months using the old, outdated agency model.

That’s 6 to 12 months that you’re losing traffic, losing money, and not learning a damn thing!

The truth is, it shouldn’t take that long to build your website. With today’s technology, getting a professional, marketable website can be simple and easy and can be completed in less than 6 weeks!

Every moment your site hibernates in development is a moment your site isn’t making you money.

Only AFTER you launch your site can you begin marketing and generating income from selling your products or services.

This is wasted time and missed opportunities.

Launch your website in about a month, and start driving traffic now!

Imagine where your entrepreneurial journey will be 6 months from now, and take action today.

Perfection is the killer of progress. Start where you are and build into beauty.

This is what the big brands are already doing, why can’t you?

What Drives Your Business?

Are you a content-driven or product-driven business?

Are you ready to start your growth today?