WordPress is the world’s most popular content-management system. In fact, 41% of websites are created in WordPress. If there’s one platform your recruits are familiar with, it’s probably this one.
Lots of businesses opt for WordPress because it’s user friendly and easy to manage. Plus, it’s created using standard-compliance, high-quality code and produces semantic makeup, which makes it easier for your site to rank on Google and other search engines. And there are mountains of plugins and extensions that allow you to personalise your website in different ways. This means WordPress is suitable for any kind of website, from brochure sites to e-commerce sites and even event-booking sites.
WooCommerce is the official WordPress e-commerce extension. 30% of all e-commerce sites use the plugin, making it the most popular online-shopping tool on the planet.
Mage Rage can use WooCommerce to customise and optimise your WordPress shop. The plugin offers a secure payment system, configurable shipping options, and a smooth checkout experience – perfect for virtually any small online business.
Interested? Get in touch and Mage Rage will guide you through the rest.
Running a larger biz? Magento could be the solution for you.
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Alan’s knowledge of Magento was key to our decision to go with Mage Rage.
Alan is a highly skilled magento developer. His technical ability and helpful advice continues to help us meet our complex technical needs.
I took my website design ideas to Alan, who completed all the development work necessary to bring these ideas to life. Not only was Alan able to help me achieve everything I wanted for my website, but he also made suggestions to help me craft the site in ways I hadn’t thought of. As a highly skilled developer, Alan built various custom components, transforming my WordPress template into a unique website.