WordPress Blows The Competition Out Of The Water
WordPress Content Management System continues blowing the competition. Since WordPress is free almost anyone can get into the CMS game and great fantastic websites with a blog. But, to push WordPress to its design limits one
In doing a bit of research you can find that WordPress powers approximately 34% of the web in 2019, a 4% rise from 2018. If you count only the CMS-built sites, then about 60% of them are WordPress, and over 400 million people visit WordPress sites each month.
But WordPress is not only for bloggers – almost 28% of all e-commerce goes through WooCommerce, the free WordPress Shopping Cart plugin. Also, 300 new WooCommerce shops appear on average every day and over 600 WordPress sites also created daily.
Plus, there are over 50,000 plugins, many free, and thousands of themes.
Wildlife Pest Control Web Design Loves WordPress
First, WordPress’s versatility allows me to use my programming and design skills when I work with my theme of choice. I never feel that my design insights can’t be implemented using WordPress.
Second, I can quickly teach the client how to blog.
WordPress Not For A Complete Beginner, Unless…
I always discourage a client who runs a business from taking over the content of the site. But a technically competent person can learn WordPress if he or she has the time. But there is so much more to WordPress than learning WordPress basics.
If you plan on running a WordPress site you should know HTML basics, CSS and absolutely know how to format content for SEO. And, then there is learning how to work with a WordPress theme. Remember, WordPress cannot function without a THEME which must be implemented into WordPress.
As an aside, I do not train people how to work with WordPress and an associated theme. To repeat, I do teach all my clients how to use the blog feature in WordPress. Also, I do inform my clients what Theme I use for building there WordPress site.