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Custom WordPress Websites, Themes, and Plugins — The Power of WordPress

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WordPress — it’s the talk of the web development town (and really, it’s kinda becoming king). WordPress is the platform we build all our websites in, and for good reason — this open-source CMS makes building websites primed for growth (and able to add unlimited functionality) a viable option for businesses large and small.

(Oh, by the by, scroll down if you want to skip the jibber jabber and watch the video).

Custom WordPress Website Solutions

But what other options are available? And why are WordPress folks just so dang passionate about WordPress? We wanted to find out (well, we already had our own opinions anyway 🙂 ), so we caught up with one of our favorite persons in the whole wide universe — Alex Vasquez of DigiSavvy.

Alex has extensive experience, not just with WordPress itself, but with web development in general. He knows him some code, and he his partners in crime at DigiSavvy are marketing phenoms in their own right. PPC, SEO, content strategy — these are just a few of the services that they offer at their complete-solution marketing firm.

And that’s what WordPress is — a complete solution, great for businesses large and small. We sat down with Alex and talked the ins and outs of WordPress, website builders (and why they’re not always horrible), the WordPress community, and Magic: The Gathering.

We laughed, we cried, we hugged, we became bros — it was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the WordPress of times.

But here, look for yourself.

Want to learn more about Alex and DigiSavvy? Here’s where you can find them both.

On Twitter: @alexjvasquez, @digisavvy

On the interwebs:

Adam Fout

Adam might be a little crazy, but we love him anyway.   Weaving beautiful paragraph-baskets into blog posts ain’t easy, but we couldn’t think of a better job for a recovering tech writer.   Follow him on Twitter @adamfout2, LinkedIn, Facebook, or our blog if you like valuable information accompanied by snarky simplifications of complex subjects. If you're feeling adventurous, check out Adam's fiction and poetry on his author website at

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