Why do I need to switch to WordPress?
WordPress has evolved through out the years into a versatile content management system (CMS). While you can still use WordPress to create a simple blog, now it also allows you to create fully functional websites and mobile applications.
The best part about WordPress is that it’s easy to use and flexible enough for just about anything. Want a website that’s as easy to update as writing and sending an email? Look no further – WordPress powers over 75 million sites on the web, a number that grows every single day.
Creating a new post or page in WordPress and uploading some images is simplicity itself, to the point that real technophobes can use WordPress without feeling intimidated.
At the same time, however, there’s loads of functionality at your fingertips. It’s easy to ignore things you don’t understand, and then gradually learn more and more.
WordPress empowers you to make changes to your website whenever you want – including at 2 am on a Sunday morning, without necessarily requiring our intervention or a bill from us. Still want help and don’t want to learn a THING? No problem shoot me an email and i will bill you at $15 per hour.
Your website can grow with you – even if you end up building out to 1,000 pages. The big boys, like CNN, use it, as well as the landscaper down the street. Big or small, WordPress can handle it – especially if you have a well-thought out design.
your website can keep moving forward as the Web does. And since all of your content lives in a database, you can keep updating your design without having to worry about transferring every page you ever created by hand, and ending up with broken links. Just drop a new design on that existing chassis and keep creating.
WordPress is ready for the mobile web. If you assume your customers are visiting your website from a full-sized computer, think again. Mobile website usage is exploding. If your website doesn’t look great and work well on a smartphone or tablet your customers will skip your site and go somewhere else.
Many WordPress themes are designed to be responsive (aka mobile-friendly), meaning your customers won’t be challenged to use your website on their smartphones. And the WordPress dashboard is designed to work on smartphones as well as full-sized PCs — so you can easily manage your website from anywhere.
WordPress is mature. WordPress is over ten years old. During the past decade WordPress has been refined, tested, and enhanced. In the process it has evolved into a world-class web publishing system.
WordPress is open source. Unlike other website building tools WordPress is open source and free from commercial restrictions and limitations. That means you can use the software anyway you choose and host your website anywhere you choose. All without fear that changes in someone else’s business model will have an adverse impact one of your most important business assets.
When you choose WordPress you have complete control over your website. As a business owner that may be the ultimate reason to use WordPress.