There are many reasons to use WordPress for your web site, it’s becoming ever more popular across the internet as a robust web site platform. Here are just a few key reasons to use it.
- It’s easy to use and maintain for both a customer and supplier. For the customer content can easily be maintained and added without needing to involve the web site provider. Indeed a customer can over time achieve sufficient knowledge to maintain a site with little intervention or cost leading to a level of self sufficiency that would not traditionally be possible. For the supplier maintaining the site the ease of use is both refreshing and rewarding without the need for complex maintenance and monitoring schedules.
- Flexibility in styles and functionality. It’s unlikely a customer would be able to ask for a style or function that isn’t available with the vast array of plugins, themes and widgets.
- It’s open source. This means it’s free and the code is available to all for patching and review. WordPress has an incredible support community available. Your not tied into an expensive licensing and support agreement.
- It’s search engine friendly. This means the search engines like Google like it. The WordPress code is written to a high level of compliance to Internet standards. The are key plugins that provide excellent search engine optimisation guidance and support – Yoast SEO is perhaps one of the best. So you can be sure your web pages are going to be optimised to achieve the best possible results with the search engines.
- It’s safe and secure. WordPress is constantly tested and any security vulnerabilities are quickly identified and fixed.
Finally close to 24% of web sites on the internet are powered by WordPress.
Prepared by: The Buzz Blog | Buzz Web Consultancy
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