The easiest and most powerful blogging and website content management system (or CMS) in existence today.

People often make the mistake of classifying WordPress as just a blogging platform. Although that used to be true in the past, WordPress has evolved through out the years into a versatile content management system (CMS). While you can still use WordPress to create a simple blog, now it also allows you to create fully functional websites and mobile applications.

The most popular search engines actually prefer sites that are powered by WordPress because its framework is easy to crawl. In fact, Google’s Matt Cutts actually endorsed WordPress during WordCamp San Francisco 2009. His personal blog is on WordPress.

WordPress is supported by a thriving, engaged community. A recent study estimates that approximately 25% of the sites on the Internet are run by WordPress. 

 

 

Benefits of using Wordpress

WordPress is 
Safe and Secure

WordPress is developed with security in mind, so it is considered quite safe and secure to run any website. However, just like the real world, the internet can be an uncertain place.

Your Site Can Grow as Your Business Grows

WordPress sites are very scalable. You can have hundreds of thousands of pages or blog posts on your site and the performance of the site will not be compromised in the least.

Ease of Use

WordPress is very easy to use and has an intuitive interface.  Adding new pages, blog posts, images, etc. on a regular basis is a breeze and can be done quickly.  Because the technology is so simple, time spent on formatting is greatly reduced.

Highly customizable

WordPress is popular because it meets the demand of many users with its flexible framework to allow designers and developers to create and modify layouts and applications. Coupled with user-generated extensions, your website is no longer limited by extensions created by enterprises.

You can use WordPress to create (and easily modify) any type of website.

WordPress uses what’s called “open source” coding, which means anyone can view, modify or study the website’s source code.

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