If you are looking to build a website yourself you need to use a Content Management System or (CMS) to make your life easier. This way you don’t have to worry about coding and html. If you are wondering what a Content Management System is, then take a look at WordPress, Drupal or Joomla. The question is which is the best one to go for? To me the answer has always been WordPress and here are a few reasons why.
1 – Ease of use
One of the most important factors for a CMS product that is promoted toward bloggers is that is simple to use and WordPress has to be one of the most intuitive. It’s also incredibly easy to use this same blogging platform to create very powerful websites. In fact most installations of WordPress are website, landing pages, squeeze pages, eCommerce sites, Membership sites and social platforms. Some of the biggest companies in the world use WordPress as the backbone of their corporate web presence.
2 – Free To Use
The platform is free to use as it’s an open source project with thousands of contributors. This means that the platform is ever developing and some of the best programming minds are working on it to improve the functionality, performance and security.
3 – Themes
If you are creating a basic blog there are plenty to choose from. If you are looking to build a basic Website then you need to try quite a few out before deciding on one that suits your business. There are also lots of companies that offer themes for sale.
4 – Plugins
Plugins for WordPress are really the secret to it versatility. The WordPress Plugin Directory has over 30,000 free plugins to choose from.
5 – Easy To Optimize
Optimization of your content is critical to being found in the Search Engine Results Page and there are some great plugins to help you get the best chance of ranking and the best thing is these plugins are free. They do have premium versions but most of the time all you need is the free version to do the job you need it to do.
6 – Blogging Made EASY
Adding content to a WordPress site is so simple. It’s one of the reasons why I use it for my clients. In fact if you can use MS Word you can write and post a blog.
7– Mobile Ready or compatible to all screen size
Over 40% of web visits are done through mobile devices so it’s important that you site can be viewed on these devices. Most if not all the themes that are being released now are what is called “Mobile And Tablet Responsive” this simply means that if you view the WordPress website on a mobile device it will organise and resize the content so it looks great whatever device you’re using.
Conclusion :- WordPress is best blogging and content management system as compare to other platform.