Our sites are affordable
We know you don't want to spend too much on a website! That's where recoveryArea can help. recoveryArea employs the use of design templates, pre-made scripts, off-the-shelf open source software, and pre-made websites all with the goal of saving you money on your next website. Looking for a low-cost alternative to traditional full-service website development? Contact us now!
Our sites are scalable
Whether you want a simple three page brochure type website, or a site enhanced with with many cool features such as a calendar, survey, forum, blog, picture or media gallery, and even document management tools, everything is possible with our websites. On a tight budget? You can even get a simple site now and get those nifty features later. No problem!
Our sites are findable
Websites delivered by recoveryArea are well structured and semantically correct written websites. Why that's important? Because search engines will understand and spider your site better, and your users will find you faster on relevant keywords.
Our sites are user-friendly
And last but not least, our websites are easy to use. Your customers will not only love the design of your site, but its ease of access too. And that's important if you want your customers to pay future visits.
Why you want a recoveryArea site.
So you want a website that is fully functional and easily manageable from anywhere? And you want this site to be affordable?
recoveryArea uses highly extendable and easy to use Open Source Content Management Systems (CMS) like SilverStripe and Joomla!. We can convert your existing website into a completely manageable website and extend it with many cool features such as a calendar, survey, forum, blog, picture or media gallery, the list goes on!
You receive a package of features with your recoveryArea site and we offer extra, customized modules and plug-ins to meet your specific needs.
recoveryArea: Content Management for everyone!
We believe in Open Source
Software whose source code is published and made available to the public, enabling anyone to copy, modify and redistribute the source code without paying royalties or fees. Open source code evolves through community cooperation. These communities are composed of individual programmers as well as very large companies.