Today, we’re launching over 400 new template-themes that make publishing a polished, professional, mobile-friendly website as easy as you can possibly imagine. But as we do that, we thought we’d write about templates and why our approach is different -- and better, at least for our audience.
We take a slightly different approach to our templates.
Because we've built hundreds of political campaign websites, we have considerable knowledge of what content needs to be displayed and how. For example, a series of standard calls-to-action, a donate visible button, upcoming events, a list of endorsements, to name a few. We use that knowledge and build it into the templates and this saves our clients a lot of time and money.
Then we enable webmasters to have full control over the template files. Yes, it’s important to enable small campaigns with no technical expertise to have great websites but it’s just important to enable a webmaster to take much more full control where necessary.
Lastly, we complete the circle by providing all the support services around setting up, hosting, and supporting your website. This is critical for campaigns that normally don’t have resources to manage technology and deal with the inevitable technical issues that pop up.