Your Website Should Be Built on WordPress

Wordpress

You probably heard this name for a while now. Maybe you’re searching for blogging tips and tricks on Google and you stumble upon various sites suggesting WordPress as the site of choice. It’s normal to be bombarded with WordPress all over your gadget’s screen. So if you’re a person who’s a newbie in site-building and you’re curious what’s up with the ruckus about this “WordPress” stuff, then you have come to the right place. So hold your horses as we explain why your website should be built upon the foundation of WordPress.

A Trip Down Memory Lane

Remember Google’s BlogSpot? No? Me neither. Joking aside, back in the days, BlogSpot is like the holy grail of all blogging sites. Early bloggers have flooded Google’s servers just to get a hand of BlogSpot for their blogging needs. If you take a deep dive into the web, you can see some aging websites whose posts are like about 4 to 5 years ago have a familiar UI that everyone used to know back in the days. And that UI is BlogSpot’s UI. Of course, BlogSpot is still alive and well these days. However, as time goes by, WordPress has risen to the top as the number one content managing system (CMS), and blogging website of choice. But how, and why?

WordPress? Enlighten Me More!

So what really made WordPress better than its competitors? To start, it’s free and easy to use. You can learn its basics in a matter of minutes or so. You don’t need to go on a labyrinth of instructions just to make a post or use a specific feature and the like. Next, PLUG-INS! If you ask a person that has been using WordPress for years, they will surely talk about how user-friendly its plugins are without the need for a flood of timely frequent updates. WordPress has a LOT, I mean a LOT of plugins for you to play around. These plugins are essential to your site and give you the freedom to create whatever content you like. And don’t get me started with its customization. WordPress has a lot of themes for you to choose from. If you want to go overboard, they also have paid themes as well if that’s your cup of tea. And it doesn’t end with themes, this ranges from plugins as well. Getting the right combo with themes and plugins and you have yourself a beautifully crafted website in no time. Lastly, WordPress is also easy to maintain and troubleshoot just in case things aren’t going your way.

You see, WordPress really defined and paved the way for building a site. Be it a business site, or a blogging site, about 75 million websites on the web are built from WordPress. That’s why it’s no doubt that WordPress is the talk of the town by various websites inside the web. So what are you waiting for? Start creating your dream website on WordPress today!

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