Can I Use WordPress to Power My Entire Website?
Yes! That’s What ContentRobot Calls a Blog-Powered Website!
While it looks and acts like a regular web site, blog-powered websites allow you to easily extend functionality (like e-commerce, calendars, and newsletters) at a fraction of the cost of traditional web site add-ons. We take advantage of WordPress software, along with its many plugins and 3rd-party tools to add and customize features.
The Top 5 Features of a Blog-Powered Website
- A well-designed WordPress theme can easily brand your site (with your logo and colors) and can be updated and/or changed more easily than a traditional website.
- Customizations are limitless: you can easily install any theme, plugin, 3rd party add-on, or widget to add functionality.
- Content can be organized and displayed in a variety of ways just by using categories and tags.
- The ability for authorized users to add, edit, and delete content on EVERY page – including text, images, audio, and video – with minimal HTML knowledge.
- Google rewards fresh content, so your blog-powered website is more likely to appear in search returns — and higher in them — than static or flash-based sites
Some Popular Features You Can Easily Add to Any Blog-Powered Website
- Make money by adding e-commerce, advertising, content sponsors, and/or Google ads.
- Social media integration allows you to feature your content on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and more.
- Slideshows and galleries can provide great visual impact for offerings.
- Blog comments encourage feedback and interaction from your readers.
- Contact forms allow visitors to easily reach out to you.
- Website forums allow your fans to get involved in the site.
- Visitors can keep up with your news by subscribing to your site via RSS.
- Sending newsletters via email to showcase your latest offerings.
- Fun elements like contests and surveys can be featured without design constraints.
Blog-Powered Websites Are ContentRobot’s Expertise
Did you know we have been developing blog-powered websites since 2006? Before it was popular knowledge that WordPress could (and should be) used as a CMS, we saw the benefit in using WordPress as your website’s platform.