Each option has its own advantages and disadvantages and some might be more suitable to your businesses’ needs than others, so it’s important to decide what you want from the new site before you pick your solution. 

Not sure what to look out for? Don’t worry, CuCo’s awesome digital experts are here to offer you some insights: 

In our previous article, we’ve talked about CuCo’s own customisable CMS solution and its benefits, so today we’ll be focusing on the advantages of a bespoke website to help you decide whether it’s the right choice for your business. So, let’s begin. 

What is a bespoke website? 

A bespoke website is designed and built from scratch and is completely unique to your business, and it’s built specifically with your business goals in mind. This means, that you can have the site tailored exactly to your needs in terms of its functionality, design and features.

What are the advantages? 

A bespoke solution is great, especially if your site requires some complex features, integration between services, you want it to follow your branding as close as possible or you are expecting a lot of traffic on your site. But one of its biggest advantages over its counterparts is its flexibility. Whilst every web solution will provide some customisation capabilities, but there will inevitably be limitations – but not with a bespoke website! As the site is uniquely built for your business, it can be designed with your customers and business needs in mind, giving you a huge advantage over your competitors. It also gives you a ‘future-proof‘ design, as the site can be modified as and when your business grows.

It’s not only about giving your visitors an easy-to-use site but also about making the site easy to manage. We will give it a simple to understand back-end, content split out in a logical way (e.g. all case studies in a dedicated area) and structure the site in a way that makes it easy for you to maintain.

A bespoke build means streamlined code – we only write what the site needs to function to meet your requirements and nothing more. This means lower ongoing maintenance and development costs, plus because of the lack of bloat, it will mean page load speeds increase which as well as being beneficial to the user it will also give you a better page ranking.

Finally, bespoke solutions are more secure than their counterparts. In a bespoke website, the developers themselves write code and know what is working on the site and how to resolve any issues that may arise, ensuring effortless maintenance. There are no third parties to rely on. Everything on the site is your own. 

Interested in talking to us about a bespoke website for your business? Our digital experts are here to help! Get in touch today.