Apologies if I offend any other webmasters out there, I’m about empowering my clients to take care of simple tasks on their own while I help them with better functionality or other more technical assistance. So by saying Are you still paying for changes to your website? I’m letting them know they can if they want, though most don’t.
As I say on this website, I’m about empowering my clients to be in charge of managing their own content using a CMS. CMS stands for “Content Management System“. Not all that many years ago, getting a website done like this was many thousands, often tens of thousands. Now that can be set up as your website for a whole lot less. Your webmaster only has to install, configure and work with you for establishing what look and feel to use. The database and code development is no longer necessary. Hope you didn’t pay that much recently and still not have that ability?
If you see the other info on my site here NamasteWebsites.com you know I build WordPress websites for my clients. The ones who couldn’t appreciate what WordPress could do for them, decided to discontinue. I said, I wish you well. Those who trust my experience as a Webmaster since the Internet became available to the public in 1995 I say hop on for the ride as WordPress has become and is expanding as the most used platform on the Internet. There are two other contenders for this distinction. Joomla and Droopal. Those are both good systems, however I’ve found Joomla terribly difficult to manage. I as one of the webdesign pioneers saying that means bad idea. That’s not to say that it’s not powerful. I just find it a pain, so why would I want to suggest my clients us it. Drupal is worse. But don’t take my word, take a look at this link for a comparison of the 3.
For ease of use, maximum SEO performance and support popularity, why use any other. It cost the same as the others, $0.00. The cost to you as my client is my time to set it up and guide you in it’s use, and maintenance.
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