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5 Reasons Your Business Needs WordPress

By Jamin Andrews
5 Reasons Your Business Needs WordPress

If you’re one of the few businesses not using WordPress for you company website, below are 5 key reasons your business should take advantage of the world's number one CMS platform.

Reason #1: No Need for a Web Developer

The best thing about WordPress is you don’t have to have any web developer experience to create your own website. These days most web hosting companies provide you the ability to install WordPress with just a click. The dashboard is simply designed and allows for easy upload of images, pages and blogs. You no longer need to go back and forth between web developers for site changes; you can do just about any change yourself in a matter of minutes.

Reason #2: It’s Never Been Easier to Redesign Your Site

Remember when updating or redesigning your website was a massive headache? It would normally involve all work being started from the ground up again and be a very costly project. With WordPress there are thousands of themes or templates to choose from and once you’re ready to move onto a new design, you simply install a new theme and BAM there’s your new website, with all your existing content! There are always new templates being created so you’ll never run short of the latest designs.

Reason #3: There’s a Plugin for Just About Anything

WordPress comes with thousands of plugins all ready to be installed and used. These plugins do just about anything and can be installed in no time at all. From contact forms to SEO packs, these plugins are designed to provide your website with all the features to improve its functionality. To see a list of the most popular plugins click here.

Reason #4: Makes SEO Easy

When building your site you need to keep both your intended audience and Google in mind. It should be written in a way that makes it easy for visitors to understand the purpose of your site, and also for Google to be able to rank you for what it is your site features. WordPress utilises different functions to make it search engine friendly. It allows you to create categories for your posts, assign ALT tags to images, clearly define your H1 and H2 headlines, and assigns tags to your posts.

Reason #5: Endless Support

With a growing, dedicated WordPress community there are substantial resources available to help you along the way. There are a number of WordPress communities that offer free advice and tutorials from basic to advanced. If you ever get stuck look into some of these community groups and make the most of these free resources.