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The Straight Facts: What Should My Small Business Website Cost to Build?

I’m a small business owner who wants to reach a wider audience, but I have no idea where to begin. Is a website even necessary for a good online presence?

Fact: Small businesses need a website.

For any small business, having a website is important, and even more so if you don’t have a large customer base. This is the very tip of the iceberg when it comes to digital marketing.

Of course, it’s easy enough to slap a website together for others to see, but you want to make sure you’re communicating the right messages to those potential customers. That means you’re going to want a pleasant, functional website that makes your customers feel comfortable, reflects positively on your small business, and gives them the information that they came to find.

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Bellingham WordPress Services

Although there are many web design companies in Bellingham, there are few which specialize in WordPress. We have focused our efforts and vision on WordPress web services since 2008. Our skills have been honed through the years by supporting not only our client’s websites, but our own websites as well.

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What is a WordPress child theme and why should I use one for website?

What is a WordPress Child Theme?

What is a WordPress child theme?

The WordPress team has done a great job of summing it up in their codex: But I’ll dispense the knowledge in my own words just the same.

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Local Businesses and Online Success

Back in the early days of the internet simply having a website online could be enough effort to guarantee that your business would be found. The primary reason being that competition was very thin. Potential clients and customers were clamoring to use the internet for all purposes, including finding service providers. As we all know, the dot-com boom was followed by a sharp collapse. As more and more competition entered the marketplace, in the form of new websites offering new services, the easy approach of ‘set it and forget it’ quickly disappeared.

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