So you’re ready to launch a website for your business! Well if we’re being honest, it’s probably more accurate to say you want or need a website but aren’t necessarily feeling *ready* to put yourself out there. I get it – it can be a daunting undertaking and one that’s easier to dread and put off than plan and accomplish. Creating a website (and all the supporting items you’ll need to go with it) is no small feat. There’s plenty to do and even if you’ve got some help from your team or ours at Wildernest, there are a lot of assets to collect, decisions to make, and communication and feedback required. Read More
From the image’s mood and quality to the dimensions and file size, the images you choose to represent your brand can make or break (literally and figuratively) your website. Here is a simple guide to the basic elements to consider when curating and embedding any image for the web. Read More
We all want a website that leaps off the screen. But sometimes, especially in the early stages, hiring a professional designer isn’t in the cards (or the budget). You can make your end product infinitely more beautiful and professional looking by playing with the following 5 easy-to-use, completely free online design tools and programs. Bonus: they’re not just for elevating your website design – you can use these tools to make social media graphics, marketing collateral, promotional materials, and pretty much anything your little budding creative heart desires! Read More
Which Content Management System (CMS) is right for my business?
Should I use WordPress or Squarespace or Shopify?
These are the most common inquiries we get here at Wildernest from people starting their businesses. If you’re planning on selling things directly from your website, I’ve got you covered in my last post: Squarespace vs Shopify: A Simplified Comparison for Small Businesses.
But if you’re not planning on selling things, your best options shift to a choice between WordPress or Squarespace. Below I’ll cover the highest level points you should consider when making your decision:
If you’re looking to sell products on your website, two main e-commerce Content Management Systems (CMS) fare at the top of the list: Squarespace and Shopify.
Sure, there are many other options, especially if you need a robust solution for a large-scale e-commerce operation. But as far as bang-for-your-buck choices for small businesses, Squarespace and Shopify are your best two options.
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