WordPress – 5 reasons why you should use it

Here are some of the top reasons for using WordPress as the Content Management System (CMS) for your next website project.

Popularity
WordPress is the most widely used CMS in the world.  Roughly 20% of all websites build use it’s development platform. As a result, many users are already familiar with the WordPress CMS, requiring less staff training when building a new site.

Open Source (Free)
At the most basic level the product absolutely free.  You don’t even need hosting to get started as it can be hosted on it’s free shared hosting platform.  There are tons of plugins to extend it’s capability for free and there are thousands of free design templates to get you started immediately.

Development Framework
For those who want to dig below the surface and develop their own unique design templates or application, WordPress offers a development approach that if followed correctly, ensures their applications will be speedy and will continue to operate successfully through successive core upgrades.

Simple to use
WordPress was initially designed as a simple blog posting tool.  As such, if all you want to do is post a blog, it’s simple to use straight out of the box.  As the application developed in a CMS that was suited it more complicated projects it’s developers stayed true to the original administration environment.  This means that it’s as easy to use the fully featured rich CMS as it was to use the original simple Blog.

Low maintenance costs
Because it’s a mature product, incremental upgrades are simple to implement.  In fact automated updates can be set up so that the core files are always up to date.  And, because of it’s popularity its easy to find trained designers and developers at competitive prices.

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