CMS's (Content Management Systems) are all the rage. Wordpress has lowered the bar of entry to the CMS world, and made Web developers of us all. But what are the drawbacks? What are the hidden costs? Do you even need a Content Management System or are you asking for one because your neighbors kid told you it was the only way to go?
Hubspot is a tool we truly believe in. It's not just about the software and the great results we've seen, either. It's the Hubspot culture. Everyone there wants you to succeed and are more than happy to do whatever it takes to get you there. We're realistic, however. We know that spewing our love and appreciation for Hubspot won't convince everyone. We've discussed how great the software is, from the insanely awesome blogging tool, to the social media integration, to the email campaigns. What we haven't talked about yet, is the stuff that Hubspot does to support you outside of the software. The following, admittedly, is another post about why we can't get enough of Hubspot. Hey, at least we're consistent, right?
Your website is one of the most critical components to the success of your business. The Internet has turned into the go-to-place to look up information about a business, and if your website does not accurately reflect all you have to offer, you are losing valuable opportunities. A website is composed of multiple elements that will determine whether or not a customer chooses to use your business. It not only has to look nice, but it has to have solid content, be search engine optimized, have a fast load time and more. If you read this post and think of your website, it's probably time to consider a redesign.
Topics: Lead Generation, website redesign, web design, website development, internet marketing tips, Web Developers, cms, Web Marketing, website traffic, CT web design, Content Managements Systems, Web Content