As a web agency you are obsessed with creating value for your customers. The longer the relationship with the customer, the more value you need to bring to that customer. Value comes through the creativity you bring to projects, the speed of delivery and the ownership costs of the project. Beyond the essential creativity part, the success of each project is depending on the technology choices made. Most web agencies have abandoned in-house custom built Content Management Systems (CMS) and have opted for third-party developed, mostly open source CMS System, i.e. Wordpress or Drupal or Concrete5 to name a few. The most popular and the most widely used (it powers +30% of all websites in the world) is Wordpress. It has a solid foundation, a large community of developers and an ecosystem that is bursting with solutions, paid and free.
So why bother, go with the winner and you will be able to have the right technology platform to give out all your creative ideas as an agency into work. Or not? What goes against going with the winner
So if you want to have a super fast, secure, scalable and custom made Wordpress site, it is going to affect the cost of ownership for your customer. And be of less value to your customers compared to newer technology Stack like the JAMStack.
Let’s dig a bit deeper
At WebriQ, we have invested heavily in building a Jamstack application for creating, building, content updating, maintaining and hosting Jamstack websites. You can go and test run this on http://app.webriq.com/account/create — just create a FREE account and hack away.
We have worked very hard in the last months, to give writers, editors, and basically anyone that is involved in updating and managing content on a website the chance to experience a Content Management System (CMS) for the JAMstack.
Go to WebriQ Sandbox invite. You will receive an email with all the login details for your WebriQ Sandbox account. The Sandbox account is an exact replica of what a live website will look like, and it is an exact replica of how you will be able to manage, update and publish content on your website. All this without the stress of breaking the code or breaking the bank. Just write away, and let us know what you think.