It is estimated that a third of all websites on the internet use WordPress - because it is easy to use, SEO-friendly & open source (allowing for full code customisation).
This also shows that WordPress has a huge level of trust & support, great security features and is fully scalable - even some of the most visited websites in the world use WordPress. WordPress is an award-winning CMS (content management system) that WE LOVE!
Accessible & Easy To Use
It is easy to see why WordPress powers so many websites with businesses of all shapes and sizes opting for the open source CMS giant.
The ease of use for the business user is a key factor to why WordPress is loved by so many - once set up, adding new content such as pages, blog posts, images & video is a quick, painless process.
WordPress is also browser based - meaning you can access it from a computer anywhere that has access to the internet and there is no need for specialist software.
There is also no need to worry if you ever need help - with WordPress being the world's most popular CMS, you wont find a shortage of developers that can help you out!
SEO & Blog Ready
WordPress was initially created as blogging platform, making a news feed as an easily integrated feature, if required. A blog makes your website more dynamic & interactive - all good for Search Engine Optimisation.
WordPress has developed over the years from a primary blog platform to a feature-rich, fully customisable workhorse. But one thing that has always been maintained by WordPress is its clean code - making it simple for search engines to read.
The customisable nature of WordPress also allows for precision with how your web page is optimised for specific keywords.
If you work in a team, delegate your content creation to someone else or want to invite guests to post on your website, you can create as many users as you need - and they can all have varying levels of access to your website.
Grow Your Website
WordPress websites are scalable to ensure your website can grow as your business grows from day one.
You can add extras such as a blog to keep your customers up to date with the latest goings on or an online shop to capture a wider audience & increase sales.