Wordpress Websites that Work

Websites need to be:
  • easy to use
  • easy to find
  • easy to make contact
  • easy to share
  • easy to change/add content
  • Wordpress Blog
    Derbyshire Business & Derbyshire Retail Help

    Derbyshire Business & Derbyshire Retail Help

    Almost a year long project started when Dina Holland asked me to have a look at one of her websites which was attracting mega amounts of spam comments and report back. She was aware that it was on a Wordpress Theme which was not responsive and so would get demotes in search rankings. Before...
    Peak Business Insight - Derbyshire

    Peak Business Insight – Derbyshire

    Responsive WordPress based business website using Wordpress. Dina is a consultant in digital marketing and so the site needed to demonstrate the current best practice for using social media and digital marketing to sell her services and workshops. The chosen theme has so much functionality and lends itself perfectly to her objectives.
    Ski Breezy - Catered Chalet Chamonix

    Ski Breezy – Catered Chalet Chamonix

    Revamping an old business website with WordPress and incorporating a weblog Breezy had an existing website which was working well in terms of performance on search engines and in terms of generating traffic and business.  However the content management system was one developed by a programmer and was never supported, was exceptionally limiting and very...
    Trainer and Facilitator alunbarrett.com

    Trainer and Facilitator alunbarrett.com

    Business website and blog based on WordPress When the time came to put up a personal business site I was already sold on the potential of WordPress.  Now I fall into the category of people who don’t like talking about themselves, so developing a site for myself is really hard and to tell you the...
    Radicalfish - A Project in the Pyrenees

    Radicalfish – A Project in the Pyrenees

    A WordPress weblog based on WordPress Years ago my wife, Breezy, and I bought a place in the Pyrenees. It’s completely off grid and a big renovation project. So that we could keep family and friends “up to date” with progress we started a blog. At the time my brother suggested using WordPress and uploaded...