Updated: Oct 28, 2022
Originally Published July 15th, 2018

Why WordPress Is The Best

WordPress is the best, Still! with marketshare of 43% of the websites online. that means almost every second website you see is WordPress. Said another way WorPress dominates of 1/3 of the internet and every single website built at Rad Wesites is WordPress, No exceptions.
WordPress is by far the most popular open source CMS (content management system) – around 43% of all websites use WordPress and for good reason. In fact, over 10 million websites use WordPress, with 500 new ones added each day, according to the latest statistics.
Rad Websites wants you to know why we use WordPress, we’ll go through the reasons why WordPress is the best over other CMS systems such as Shopify, Wix, Joomla or Drupal.

WordPress Is Easy to Use

It’s a simple system which you can use with only minimal coding or even no coding skills. It just takes a single click to install and website is ready to go. Once installed, you can start creating and publishing pages to your specifications. It’s possible to customize colours, design, and even features of a WordPress theme. If you still feel hard to use there are literally hundreds of tutorials out there for you to learn from.

Free and Open Source

As we mentioned, this platform is free to use, edit and redistribute. That’s why you can easily find its original source codes publicly available. Because it’s free it ensures there are plenty of options and support available if you need it. There are no monthly or yearly fees from WordPress – you just have to pay for a domain and hosting.

Create Any Website With WordPress

Today, this platform has a lot of versatility and gives you full flexibility to create any type of website. It has a wide range of themes and plugins increase its functionality to a great extent, giving you the ultimate flexibility.
You can build anything from an infomercial site to an Ecommerce website which you can use to sell your products online. This website builder gives you several powerful plugins like Woo Commerce and WP Ecommerce that make it easy to handle shipping and taxes.
WordPress is also quite good for supporting membership website. For example, you can sell subscriptions of any premium service or digital products that you have.

Lots of Troubleshooting Help Available

WordPress has a massive community of active users and developers. Its well-maintained support forum contains millions of queries and solutions to troubleshoot problems. You can also search for your query to get the answer to your question. Post your questions unhesitatingly, and you’ll get a solution almost immediately.
Apart from its official forum, there are a number of other WordPress dedicated forums run by developers where one can ask queries and get solutions if you have more complicated or specific problems.

WordPress Has High Security

WordPress has a high-security standard which is extremely important for any business. If your site is down, you lose money, customers, and potentially data.
Since WordPress is so popular it also makes sense that hackers are continuously trying to find loopholes to get into your backend. But not to worry. Regular updates provided by WordPress strongly protect you from this vulnerability. You should also ensure you have regular backups just in case.

Easily Integrated With Any Application

Default WordPress has a lot of built-in functionality but you can even make it more powerful with plugins. When you install Plugins, it will add extra functionality in your website. Some plugin and free and others are premium. There are around 41000+ plugins available at repository.

The Most SEO Friendly Platform

What’s the point of having an amazing, beautiful website if nobody can find it, right? Google and all search engines show and rank websites in search results on the basis of various predefined parameters.
The more parameters you fulfill, the better your website ranks in search results. And WordPress checks all those boxes. Things such as fast loading speed times, navigation, site maps, and social media integration are all things that are easy with WordPress.
One advantage WordPress has over other CMS’s is user experience. Of course, user experience is great for the individual user, but with Google concentrating on how flexible a CMS is, it gives an extra boost.

Published On: October 28th, 2022 / Categories: Ecommerce Tips, Rad, WordPress Tips /

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