Top 5 Reasons To Use WordPress
Do you have a website? Does your website simplify your business process? If your answered no to either questions you need a WordPress site. There are many ways to build a site out there. But your business needs a business solution, not a website. You can choose many of “cookie-cutter” options available, like Wix or Shopify, but they are not built around your business. WordPress is flexible enough to adjust to a variety of business needs. Where no two business are the same, their website should not be the same either. Here are a few things to consider as you build your site. Setting should be simple, maintenance should be easy, creating content should not be difficult, SEO should not be rocket science and you should have options to improve the look and feel of your site when you want.
Setting up is Fast and Easy
Right out the box, anyone can follow on-screen instructions to install a WordPress installation on their hosting account. The default WordPress installation is the beginning on creating a unique website.
Maintenance is Easy with Plugins
Updating a WordPress site does not take an IT Professional. The dashboard allows you to know when there are updates available for the WordPress installation and plugins.
Creating Content can be a Team Effort
You do not need to write all the content yourself. You can assign others to write, edit and approve content to be publish.
Search Engine Optimization is Easy
With plugins like Yoast SEO, you can add search engine optimization to all your posts and pages at once. The dashboard allows you to see what posts and pages need more optimization. This save you a lot of time and you know if its optimized.
Theme Templates allow for Easy site Redesign
Changing the site to look completely different for holidays to special events is easy with templates. WordPress allow you to store various templates that you can switch to for any occasion. Without losing any content, you can change the look and feel of your website.
There are a lot more reasons to use WordPress, but these are some of the most important. A large number of site today on the internet are built off of WordPress. It has a solid support structure and is continually updated.
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