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The New Website

At the outset, the primary purpose of a website was to create a first impression. With the evolution of Web 2.0 and focus on collective intelligence, the New Website has evolved into an interactive, user-centric, information hub.

New websites have evolved into virtual command posts. They now allow prospective customers an opportunity to visit: engage, interact, and learn about the business. Today’s customers place a greater value on transparency. As a result, they now expect to participate in the corporate environment.

Think of a New Website or Content Management System (CMS) as a virtual storefront – When you walk into a store, how do you choose a product? Do you like to browse?  Do you like to analyze? Do you like to watch a video of the product in action? How do you figure out if that product will be right for you?

When building a new website or CMS platform, our objective is to create a platform as close to reality as possible. Our primary goal is to give the user the best experience possible; the better experience the person has in your store, the better opportunity you have of acquiring them as a customer.  We want users to learn as much about the product as they desire.

Our Goal is to build you an accurate, consistent, digital platform, one that will maximize the position of your organization for present and future growth.  We strive to put you at the top of every search, cross-market your business on multiple platforms, and help grow your overall trust and transparency across the web.  We use the Google Algorithm as our roadmap to success.

We build most of our New Content Management Systems in WordPress

WordPress is a free and open-source website tool, based on PHP and MySQL. WordPress is the most popular blogging system in the world, with more than 75 million websites worldwide. WordPress features include a plugin architecture (additional software components) which extends its features allowing us to add various tools and resources

WordPress has over 50,000 plugins available, each of which offers custom functions and features enabling users to tailor their sites to their specific needs. These customizations range from(i.e communication, payment, blogging, video, search engine optimization, to client portals used to display private information.

Do you want to know which big name brands are using WordPress? One of the common misconceptions about WordPress is that since it is open source, it may not be good enough for big brands. To disprove this myth, we have created a list of most notable big name brands that are using WordPress on their websites.

Top Brands Using WordPress

1. TechCrunch

2. The New Yorker

The New Yorker

3. BBC America

BBC America

4. Bloomberg Professional

Bloomberg Professional

5. The Official Star Wars Blog

The Official Star Wars Blog

6. Variety

Variety

7. Sony Music

8. MTV News

MTV News

9. Beyonce

Beyonce

10. PlayStation.Blog

PlayStation.Blog

11. Sweden’s Official Website

Sweden

12. Microsoft News Center

Microsoft News Center

13. Boingo

Boingo

14. Bata

Bata

15. cPanel Blog

cPanel Blog

16. Quartz

Quartz

17. Usain Bolt

Usain Bolt

18. The Walt Disney Company

The Walt Disney Company

19. Time Inc.

Time Inc

20. Facebook Newsroom

Facebook Newsroom

21. The New York Times Company

The New York Times Company

22. Marks & Spencer for Business

Marks & Spencer for Business

23. The Official Rackspace Blog

Official Rackspace Blog

24. ExpressJet Blog

ExpressJet Blog

25. Inside BlackBerry

Inside BlackBerry

26. Rotary Means Business – Rotary Club

Rotary Means Business - Rotary Club

27. The Rolling Stones

Rolling Stone

28. The Walking Dead – AMC

The Walking Dead - AMC

29. The Mozilla Blog

The Mozilla Blog

30. The Wall Street Journal Law Blog

The Wall Street Journal Law Blog

31. Wil Wheaton

Wil Wheaton

32. Snoop Dogg

Snoop Dogg

33. SAP News Center

SAP News Center

34. Wolverine Worldwide

Wolverine Worldwide

35. Reuters Blogs

Reuters Blogs

36. Katy Perry

Katy Perry

37. Vogue India

Vogue India

38. Mercedes-Benz

Mercedes-Benz

39. Staples Canda Blog

Staples Canada Blog

40. Harvard Gazette Onine

Harvard Gazette Online

41. Pulse by Target

Pulse by Target

 

Our Approach

Phase 1

Once we have gathered your insights, discussed the layout/design, we begin to build – Educational, Interactive, User-centric, Business Hub.

We either migrate, cut & paste, or simply rebuild your current website into WordPress. (If you do not currently have a website, that’s ok.  We love working with a clean slate)

Each Page we build is Optimized with the following:

  • 300 – 500 Words per page (Written >30 Flesh-Kincaid Readability Test) Digital storytelling is the process of enhancing user satisfaction: improving usability, accessibility, and pleasure provided by the interaction between the user and the business.  Digital storytelling keeps users engaged, creates a valuable experience while reinforcing a company’s expertise and credibility.
  • Videos and Images will be added to maximize engagement.
  • Meta Tags (Titles)
  • Meta Tags (Description)
  • Header Tag Optimization (i.e. H1, H2, H3’s)
  • Image Optimization – Create ALT Tags for Images (Anchor Text for Images), filename, title, description.

Phase 2

Training on Editing Your Content Management System – We schedule a quick 15-minute phone training on accessing your system, making edits, adding pages, etc.  If you need additional training, we will be happy to help. Adding new pages and making changes can be done with ease.

Phase 3 (Optional)

Where would you like your digital storefront to be located?  If you had your choice, would you prefer your storefront to be located in Nowhere, Oklahoma (Real Place) or on Madison Avenue in New York City?  

Having a well-designed CMS with a little web presence is similar to having an incredible superstore in the middle of nowhere.  As incredible as your superstore may be, if not strategically located, finding new customers will be a constant challenge.  We try to get every business we work with front and center, to get their virtual superstore on the internet’s Madison Avenue.

Our Google Strategy Package will increase your business’s ability to be found by prospective customers which will ultimately grow your business.

Mollify’s Content Management System Pricing:

Small Business Package

Includes up to 5 visually stimulating, purposefully constructed, well written, mobile friendly, optimized pages
(Typically can be built in 4-5 weeks or 160 – 200 working hours)

Cost of Small Business Package – $4999

Standard Business Package

Includes up to 10 visually stimulating, purposefully constructed, well written, mobile friendly, optimized pages
(Typically can be built in 8-9 weeks or 320 – 360 working hours)

Cost of Standard Business Package – $9999

Deluxe Business Package

Includes up to 15 visually stimulating, purposefully constructed, well written, mobile friendly, optimized pages
(Typically can be built in 12-13 weeks or 480 – 520 working hours)

Cost of Enterprise Package $12,999

A 50% deposit will get us working on your business. Remainder paid upon completion and 100% Satisfied!!

You may pay securely using any Credit Card or PayPal account.

Please use the form below to complete your payment. A confirmation email will be sent to you once the charge has been made.

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Mollify is a Software Development Firm. With the use of analytics and carefully crafted algorithms, we help companies bolster their digital business.


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