7 Reasons Why A WordPress Website Is Great For Your Business

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How would you rate the online presence of your business? If you want to stand out in today’s digital climate, a great website can make a world of difference. WordPress is the most popular Content Management System (CMS) in the world, and here are the top seven reasons why we believe a WordPress website would be great for your business.

1. WordPress is easy to use

Being tech savvy is no prerequisite to using WordPress. When you consider that most of the system is designed with ease of use in mind, it is little wonder that over 74 million websites are currently using WordPress.

Interested in making blog posts? With such a user-friendly interface, you’ll learn how to in no time. How about customising a page, or experimenting with a new colour scheme? Easy as digital pie.

2. There are countless themes and plugins to choose from

When somebody stumbles upon your website, you want them to stick around for a while, right? WordPress offers a wide variety of attractive and user friendly designs, and you’ll no doubt find one that appropriately represents your business and keeps potential customers engaged.

If you’d like to add an online store to your page, there are plugins out there that will make it possible. If you’d like to have your website linked up to your social media, there are plugins for that, too. If you can think of something you might want to add to your website, chances are that WordPress already has the solution waiting for you.

3. WordPress offers superior security and peace of mind

WordPress is frequently updated to ensure that your website is secure. When security problems are found, they’re quickly fixed up by the developers. Along with these updates, we keep your website safe from the hands of hackers by implementing sophisticated tools that protect your content. With this peace of mind, you can focus on the important stuff – like adding terrific content!

4. Google loves WordPress

If you’d like people to easily find your website using Google, then WordPress is the obvious choice. WordPress is the most SEO friendly content management system available. Keep your website flowing with great content and Google will handsomely reward you for it.

5. WordPress is mobile-friendly

Considering that customers will often be visiting your website on their mobile phone or tablet, it’s important to ensure that your website looks great on a wide variety of different platforms. All good WordPress themes are responsive, meaning not only do they look great on a computer, but also on smartphones.

Tip: If you’re out and about and need to make a quick update to your website, the WordPress dashboard is also responsive, so you can make the update from the convenience of your mobile phone!

6. WordPress is great For Social Media

WordPress is excellently integrated with social media. You can easily add share buttons to your content so that people can share your content on their Facebook, Twitter, Google+ etc. More shares mean more people visiting your website. As you get more traffic, Google grows more fond of your website and the door opens wider for new potential customers.

7. WordPress will continue to improve

WordPress is an open source project, so at any given time there are hundreds of people working to improve it and maintain its status as the best Content Management System on the internet. If it’s important to you that your website is modern, professional and equipped with the finest technology, then WordPress is the way to go.

We’ve been using WordPress since its inception in 2003. If you have any questions about WordPress, we’re the ones to ask.

Thomas Lutrov
Thomas Lutrov
Thomas studied at RMIT University and lives in a small room in Melbourne Australia. He works as a experienced and curious digital analyst and SEO professional for Net Solutions.

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