It used to be that the most expensive part of doing your website was hiring a web developer. Using free software like WordPress has brought this cost down significantly, to put non-custom WordPress websites in the range of $2000-5000. You still need to pay hosting and domain purchase charges.
But Google didn’t prefer this “free push” or views it as a bit of a cheat.
Google is now prioritizing the quality of content on your website above all other website tactics.
What does this mean for your business?
For a free white boarding session about how you and your team can start assessing your website, contact Tangible Words to set up a virtual meeting with your key sales and marketing team members.