WordPress is turning 13!
Tomorrow, May 27th marks the 13th birthday of WordPress, the most popular CMS on the market today. If that isn’t enough reason to celebrate, the fact that WordPress runs 25% of the web should definitely get you in the festive mood.
We know that a good Content Management System is indispensable to any company’s website, so we celebrate all the fabulous benefits WordPress has to offer with each new site added to our growing portfolio. But for those who still question this powerful platforms capabilities, we’re sharing 13 pieces of information you can use to help wish WordPress a very happy birthday.
Who loves WordPress?
Well for starters, we stand by WordPress and consider it the best CMS in the race.
Don’t believe that WordPress can power your enterprise website? It surely can. Find out why the enterprise loves WordPress and why you should, too.
WordPress is so popular that even Google favors it, find out a few reasons why Google loves WordPress here.
Don’t consider yourself a ‘content marketer’? According to Seth Godin, content marketing is the only marketing left. Thankfully, WordPress was made for content marketers. That might explain why your fellow marketers love using WordPress.
Need help producing consistent, engaging, and measurable content? It’s a common challenge among enterprise marketers. See how WordPress can solve your enterprise content marketing challenges now.
Do you want to continue growing your business online? Your ability to do so is dependent on delivering your website visitors with a seamless user experience and providing relevant and up-to-date information at the right time. This can be challenging, but have no fear…WordPress is here. Here are 4 ways WordPress solves your B2B website challenges.
What’s to know about WordPress?
Start here… 10 Things You Didn’t Know About WordPress
June 20th marks the official first day of summer. If you haven’t already done so, it’s time to start spring cleaning your WordPress website.
Roles are designed to give the site owner the ability to control what users can and cannot do within the site. This is a great breakdown to follow when defining User Roles in WordPress for your B2B website.
One of the greatest features of WordPress is the extensive directory of 38,963 plugins readily available to help you extend and expand the functionality of your website. But before you hit the install button, make sure to ask these 4 questions before installing that WordPress plugin.
But what about the he said, she said?
Yes, WordPress was made for blogging, but that’s not ALL it was made for. It’s time to break that silly WordPress stigma.
Think your website is safe from malicious attacks because it’s NOT on WordPress? Think again. No website is 100% from hackers. But for WordPress users, follow these tips to keep your WordPress website secure.
There’s really no other way to say it, WordPress is the secret ingredient to your success.