In speaking with businesses there is often a misunderstanding that a WordPress website is for blogs and not the right solution for their new or redesigned business website.
Although the blog is where WordPress really began, it has certainly evolved into a content management system capable of handling the most tasked website.
The benefits of WordPress as a foundation to your website in controlling design, content creation, structure, and simply ease of use are numerous, and any one of them could make WordPress a smart choice for your next business websites.
However, in this video, we explore 3 key reasons why we often recommend a WordPress website to our clients.
Design – going beyond just a new nice looking site, we discuss the benefits of structure, flexibility, inexpensive yet high-quality designs, and probably the biggest point being the ongoing development of WordPress.
Features and Capabilities – the ability to control your own content is massive, furthermore through utilizing plug-ins, adding new components is simply “just for dummies” easy!
Search Engine Optimization – Although we could talk a lot about why SEO should be in the top 2 of importance when designing your website (the other being functional design), WordPress alleviates a lot of this concern with SEO friendly coding, and plug-ins that help automate the SEO process.
What do you think; comment below if a WordPress website is a good solution for your business?
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Peterborough Web Development says
Gill media is more informative media among the people.i like this blog.
George Gill says
Thanks for the positive feedback. We try 🙂
Cameron Fairbairn says
I’d be a lot happier if I didn’t see a spelling mistake in the first sentence I see
George Gill says
Spelling normally I’m good with. It’s grammar that kind of kills me. Hopefully you get something positive from the content. Since I always like to see whose coming by here is a tip for you to makeup… fix your domain (your webmaster should be able to do this easily) so that your domain (http://domainname.com) redirects to your http://www.domainname.com as it currently errors out.