Why we love to use WordPress
Here’s why WordPress continues to be one of the best options for business owners, web designers and developers.
Search engines love WordPress
WordPress is very SEO friendly, with well-written code, SEO plugins and permalinks. Search engines such as Google and Bing love it because of this and tend to rank these websites higher than others.
WordPress’s extensive features and plugins
With a database of thousands of plugins, ranging from Google Analytics, galleries to social sharing and SEO, you can easily find features that meet your website’s needs.
If you were to build these features, it would be time-consuming and expensive, and there is the possibility of the technology or trend becoming outdated in a couple of years. Whereas plugins are constantly updated. With plugins, you can easily find what you need and update your website without the need for a complex redesign.
Our job is to stay on top of the latest developments in WordPress plugins. So, we can offer you advice on what to implement, when to update and, ensure your website is always running efficiently.
WordPress is secure
WordPress was developed with security as a priority. For this reason, it is regarded as one of the top secure and trustworthy platforms for running a website.
Since WordPress runs 28.9% of the web, its infrastructure and built-in security are sound. Because of its popularity, there are many helpful resources around, including a huge support community.
WordPress is easy for our clients to use and understand
Whilst website management and maintenance is a popular service that we provide, not everyone chooses to use it as their website may just be a one-off cost. WordPress is a relatively easy platform to understand. This is great for clients who don’t have any knowledge of code and would like to make a simple update or upload new content.
Keeping your website updated, relevant and user friendly is essential. For more information, take a look at our article 5 reasons to update your website.
If you need any help setting up your WordPress website, feel free to get in touch, we’d love to speak with you.
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