Interesting article in The New Yorker about historical business productivity:
Converted custom admin website to WordPress. This project involved exporting the contents of a custom database, creating custom post types, matching fields, and importing the CSV files to WordPress.
Converted Naturopathic Physician’s website to WordPress. This project involved exporting the contents of a custom database, matching fields, and importing the CSV files to WordPress.
Vermont Arborists providing full service tree care, pruning, removals, new planting design.
Modernized existing WordPress website, April 2019, https://www.whitneytreeservice.com/.
This project involved converting the Big Picture’s database-driven, custom coded site to WordPress, maintaining the easy addition and movement of featured posts via widgets.
Climate and Non-Climate Controlled storage units in the Farmington Valley of central Connecticut serving the towns of Avon, Canton, Simsbury, Farmington, West Hartford, Granby, and Plainville.
Converted to WordPress 2/25/19, https://avonselfstorage.com/
Physical therapists who specialize in rehabilitation for injuries sustained in sports, accidents, or while working, as well as treating individuals rehabilitating after surgery. Athletic training and sports performance services provided. Holistic approach involves full postural assessment to identify muscle imbalances as well as integration of all system imbalances including respiratory, visual and neurological.
Modernized existing WordPress website, Nov. 2018, https://www.elevationpt.com/.
Mad River Valley Vermont Bed & Breakfast
WordPress site launched 10/26/18, https://swansoninn.com/
Mad River Valley Timber Framer
Converted to WordPress 8/30/18, https://www.madriverpostandbeam.com/
A client recently shared their concern that WordPress with WooCommerce might not be a sufficient platform to support their own growth. A bit of research yielded the following sampling of robust WordPress websites.
Winning WP summarizes a list of WooCommerce sites, noting it’s been estimated “WooCommerce now powers over a staggering 30% of all active eCommerce sites.” Understand that any of the sites mentioned can change at any time.
Better yet, let WooCommerce users tell you themselves in the showcase.
A few non-eCommerce sites worth noting display WordPress’ utility:
BBC America the site, and rationale explained in a case study: “Being a part of the WordPress and open source community in general has allowed us to accomplish things that could have only happened with great difficulty if we had to build another proprietary CMS.”