Blogger Week in Review EP24: Why Use WordPress as Your CMS

 

You may be wondering about why use WordPress as your CMS (Content Management System).

In this week’s edition, I included five of the best resources that will answer this question:

  • 101+ Logical Reasons Why WordPress is the (BEST CMS) in 2017
  • Why Use WordPress? A Deep Dive Into 10 Good Reasons
  • Why Use WordPress – 5 Ways to Convince Your Client
  • Why You Should Use WordPress?
  • Why WordPress is The Best Blogging Platform For you

 

In his excellent article, Nirav Dave of Capsicum Mediaworks outlines over 101 reasons why WordPress is the best CMS. He categorized them as follows: Easy User Management, Fluidity of Design & Flexibility, Robust Security Features, SEO Benefits, Simple Content Management, Social Media Features and others.

101+ Logical Reasons Why WordPress is the (BEST CMS) in 2017

https://capsicummediaworks.com/why-wordpress-is-the-best-cms/WordPress is a simple and free Content Management System with numerous features and ample customization possibilities. It can be used to develop any kind of website, be it for a small business or for a large enterprise. Thus, if you are planning on building a new website or if you are considering switching your current website to another CMS, then we recommend that you use the WordPress platform.

Via capsicummediaworks.com

 

In his stellar article, Brian Jackson of Kinsta goes in detail and explains why use WordPress in 10 good reasons — a must read.

Why Use WordPress? A Deep Dive Into 10 Good Reasons

https://kinsta.com/blog/why-use-wordpress/Updated on November 08, 2017 If you find yourself wondering, “Why use WordPress?” you’ve come to the right place. Therefore, we’d like to break down the benefits of using WordPress for you, giving a clear view as to why it’s the most popular content management and website building software in the world. For average business owners, names like WordPress, Joomla, Shopify, Magento, and Weebly might sound like alien names.

Via kinsta.com

 

Brian Jackson of Woorkup highlights five ways to articulate the benefits of using WordPress. You may wonder, is it the same Brian Jackson as above? The answer is yes. Brian works at Kinsta and also owns several WordPress sites. Woorkup is one of them. I follow both blogs with my Feedly reader.

Why Use WordPress – 5 Ways to Convince Your Client

https://woorkup.com/why-use-wordpress/With an increasing number of website CMS platforms available on the market, why should your clients choose WordPress? You’ve probably had this experience — when you enthusiastically went into the nuances of how the technology works and why it’s the best option for your clients, their eyes glazed over and after your 15-minute monologue they continued to ask you about the 7 other options they came upon in their research. To make sure your clients understand the benefits of using WordPress, you need to step out of the “bubble” and articulate the benefits from your clients’ perspective.

Via woorkup.com

 

Wpbeginner guides beginners about why they should use WordPress.

Why You Should Use WordPress?

http://www.wpbeginner.com/why-you-should-use-wordpress/Often beginners ask us: Why should I use WordPress? Why do I need to switch to WordPress? In this article, we have compiled a few reasons why you should use WordPress, in what ways you can use WordPress, and who is using WordPress.

Via wpbeginner.com

 

Harsh of ShoutMeLoud is a high profile blogger. He explains how he started blogging and why he uses WordPress as a CMS platform.

Why WordPress is The Best Blogging Platform For you

https://www.shoutmeloud.com/why-you-should-select-wordpress-as-your-blogging-platform.htmlWordPress Powers 20% of the websites in the world and this is a huge number. WordPress was started a blogging platform and now it’s competing to be the best CMS out there. As a blogger if you have been looking for the right blogging platform for yourself; I would recommend WordPress.

Via shoutmeloud.com

 

 

Why Use WordPress as CMS Wrap Up

How did you like this week’s articles on WordPress?

Please feel free to write a comment below.

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Until next time,

-steve

 

P.S. In case you missed it, here is a link to our previous episode:

 

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Thumbnails credit capsicummediaworks.com, kinsta.com, woorkup.com, wpbeginner.com, shoutmeloud.com

 

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