WordPress powers over 43.3% of all the websites on the Internet. Yes – more than one in four websites that you visit are likely powered by WordPress.
WordPress – my platform of choice and here’s why …
WordPress Is Flexible
WordPress is one of the most flexible, widely supported, scalable, easy to use and SEO friendly website building platforms available today. It lets you create pretty much any type of website and better yet, your website can also evolve with you and your business needs.
You’re never locked into a specific set of functions – you can always adapt and evolve.
In my view, it is hands down the best way for businesses of all sizes to get online.
What Kinds Of Websites Can WordPress be used to create?
Many years ago, WordPress was primarily a tool to create a blog, rather than more traditional websites. That hasn’t been true for a long time, though. Nowadays, thanks to changes to the core code, as well as WordPress’ massive ecosystem of plugins etc., we can create any type of website with WordPress – that’s why it is our platform of choice!
For example, not only does WordPress power a huge number of business sites and blogs, it’s also the most popular way to create an eCommerce store as well! With WordPress, you can create:
- eCommerce stores
- Social networks
- Membership sites
- …pretty much anything else you can dream up.
Who Uses WordPress?
WordPress is used by individuals, big businesses, and everyone in between! On an immediate note, we use WordPress! So the very site that you’re looking at right now is powered by WordPress. Lots of other well-known entities use WordPress as well.
In fact WordPress powers over 43.3% of all the websites on the Internet. Yes – more than one in four websites that you visit are likely powered by WordPress.
SEO comes first
Not only is WordPress the most widely used content management System in the world, it automatically generates title tags and meta descriptions for pages and is search engine friendly by default, which means you can rank better in search engines. Advanced Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) features are available with plugins which take WordPress to the next level.