Benefits of WordPress

Benefits of WordPress

Let’s start with a few stats of WordPress usage:

  • 74.6 Million Sites Depend on WordPress
  • 37 Million WordPress Related Searches per month
  • 40 Translations of WordPress
  • 22% of New U.S. Registered Domains Run on WordPress
  • 29,000 WordPress Plugins to date
  • 46 Million Downloads of WordPress.org (Hosted on Unique Domains)

 

Now that you see how powerful WordPress is, lets go through a handful of benefits of using the open source platform.

  • Save Money – Now you can self manage your website without needing to hire a developer/designer to update a team member or make content changes.
  • Design – WP has endless opportunities for every business type and the specific design to fit their needs. Need a clean corporate look or a slick ecommerce store, our team can design up whatever you have in mind.
  • Accessibility – Make changes from anywhere in the world, simply login to your admin dashboard.
  • Communications – Due to the fact that there’s no need to wait for your designer to make changes, your customers can see live news/updates right away!
  • Go Social – Integration of your website/blog with your social networks has never been easy. Simply post content in one place and it gets updated on all sites.
  • SEO – The development of the WP platform is designed in a way to keep the simplistic structure so search engines can index your site quickly!
  • Growth – Many Fortune 1000 companies use WP to power their websites. Just starting out? WordPress can grow with your business, simply add pages and users.
  • Learning Curve – WordPress is a user friendly CMS (Content Management System) that our team can easily train your staff in a few hours and away you go.
  • Blog – Blogs are a must these days and with WordPress you can have a very powerful Corporate or Mom & Pop website with the blogging platform built right in!

Learn more about our WordPress Design Solutions or start with browsing our WordPress Designs.

Contact our team with questions about getting your website switched over to WordPress or updated with a new design.

 

 

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