WordPress is one of the most popular blogging platform around since it was launched in 2003 and it has gained popularity as Content Management system. There are so many benefits of using WordPress for building your website up. Some of the most common reasons people choose WordPress these days are:
Easy to use
It has a very easy to use interface and adding new pages, crating blogs, images, etc. can be done in no time.
there are a lot of pre-designed themes to choose from and the customization is easy to do if you want to make any changes to the existing theme.
WordPress websites are well structures and have a clean and simple design. You can easily define your own URLs, meta tags for each page and can also write ALT tags and meta tags for individual images. And so you can get a WordPress site rank more rapidly than a regular static site.
There a are developers who design WordPress plugins for almost everything, some are free while some can be paid. These plugins are easily available on the plugins sections and all you need to do is “activate” them and you are good to go. Plugins range from anything to SEO tag generators, social sharing, backup generator, etc.
All the WordPress themes have built-in blogs as the when WordPress was first launched it was a blogging platform it has in built blog which only needs to be integrated with newsletter subscription feature, commenting system, XML generation and RSS syndication.
Full Control over your website
you can manage your WordPress website or blog from any internet based computer as there is no need for any FTP software or any coding to be done. And so you dont need to look for a web developer to manage basic changes on your website.
It has become the most used content publishing platform and with the increase in content marketing strategies it is gaining popularity. But sometimes the most web savvy people are prone to making mistake while using WordPress themes that might make them look silly. Here this infographic shows th e15 most silly mistakes people make while using WordPress and the ways to avoid them.