Having a website for a business is now a necessity, at least for serious business that knows the value of online presence. Having a website is not only a necessity, but it also gives you the opportunity to bolster your current advertising campaigns, take control of your brand image online and capture more business online.

Currently, most websites are developed with the use of Content management system or framework. WordPress is a website publishing Platform that currently powers more than 20% of the web. Here’s a list of reasons why we recommend using WordPress as your content management system for your upcoming web design project or redesign.

 

User-Friendly Interface: WordPress is constantly improving with updates rolling out regularly to enhance the user experience. The user interface is easy to use and makes the process of making modifications and edits without coding and HTML knowledge. Not to mention that 50,000 new WordPress websites are published every day, from small business websites to big media organization such as  CNN. The easy to use interface and scalability ensures that your website can grow with your business.

 

Built-In SEO Friendly Functionality: One of Google’s consideration when indexing your website is your HTML code. Google does not like excessive code. WordPress is already streamlined which creates a good basis for your future SEO efforts.

 

Scalability Without Compromising Performance: You can add hundreds or thousands of pages to your WordPress website without compromising the performance. Which makes it possible for your website to grow your business.

 

Mult-User Functionality: With WordPress, you have the ability to create user accounts and specify the level of access these accounts can hold. WordPress also comes with built-in blog functionality, that is ready for you to customize, design, and activate.Regardless whether you’re building your first website or re-designing your website, make sure that website is appealing to your consumers as well as search engines. Keep in mind that your website is an extension of your business and needs to receive the same attention as your storefront.

 

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