1: WordPress is used on over 54 million sites, making it the most popular content management system in the world. WordPress is not only your CMS, it’s used to build the entire site. There’s nothing else to master.
A Content Management System (CMS) is a web-based application for creating and managing (i.e. editing) the content of a website.
2: As a publishing platform, WordPress is simple, intuitive and elegant to use. That means you’ll quickly be able to edit the content all by yourself. To help with this, you have the option of professional video tutorials to help you master all of the basics, including Woo-commerce and Yoast SEO plugins if you have those installed.
3: Instead of having a handful of developers supporting your website, you have got over 10,000 developers who are part of a community working to constantly improve the product. You are not going to be stuck with a CMS that only one company can use. We hope you’ll always come to Togethernet but if you decide to ask for help and support from a different company, at any time, you’re free to do so.
4: Flexibility allows me to build sites faster, meaning more of your budget is focused on design and user experience rather than programming and debugging. The community has made it extendable, meaning that pretty much everything you can think of has already been built, which speeds up development and saves money.
5: Microsoft recently decided to stop development on its own blogging platform and move its 30 million users over to using WordPress. Apple recently ditched their own iWeb system and left users with no option than to try and follow these complex instructions if they wanted to salvage their website. It just can’t happen with WordPress.