I’ve been using and creating websites on the WordPress platform for a while now. I love it and think it’s a great solution for any size of business. WordPress is easy to learn and use, and puts control of your website in your own hands. No more having to pay your web guy an hourly rate to make little text changes here and there. Now you can build and change your own website, on your own time, at your convenience.
WordPress offers themes that can be customized as little or as much as you like. But you won’t find drag and drop web templates here (thank goodness). Drag and drop templates are limiting and inflexible. WordPress is extremely flexible, and it takes just a little training and some trial and error to get yourself up to speed. And once you understand the WordPress editor navigation and can find your way around it, you’re on your way.
Entrepreneur magazine recently published an article, “25 Reasons Your Business Should Switch to WordPress.” One reason is, “