WordPress Content Management System
WordPress as a Content Management System
WordPress is commonly known as a blogging software, but it’s actually an easy to use content management system, too. What we like most about WordPress is that it allows our clients to take control of their websites. They don’t need to hunt down a web designer to make changes or add or delete pages. They’re able to post new products or special offers and communicate with their customers easily and efficiently.
These are some benefits to building your site on a WordPress platform:
Although there are many great WordPress themes available, you don’t have to stick to a WordPress theme, we can customize your website to look exactly the way you want.
WordPress is an open-source software, which means hundreds of developers have contributed to making the system the best it can be, and updating it for improvements. WordPress has thousands of plug-ins which are small software modules that extend the capabilities of WordPress. You can install various plug-ins based on the functions you need your website to provide. Because WordPress is open-source, developers create and share plug-ins, making complex computer code free (many of them are) and easily accessible, which reduces the cost of building a great site.
WordPress software is FREE. There are no monthly or annual fees. You need to have your site hosted somewhere, like GoDaddy, which depending on your needs should run about $100 per year.
WordPress is commonly used. In fact, there are over 25 million sites using WordPress. So, if for some reason you are not happy with our services, you can easily find another WordPress site expert.
WordPress has many search engine optimization features built in, making it easier to climb higher in those search engine rankings.
WordPress as a content management system is so simple and easy to use, most clients can make basic changes with only 10 minutes of instruction.
If you’re happy with your current website, but want the benefits of a content management system, ask about our WordPress migration packages.
September 25, 2011