So how can you have the website you dreamed of, at little or no cost, with a fully integrated CMS (content management system) and thousands of ready to use, free or paid templates?
Every business owner knows the importance of having an up to date website. You may also know that getting a new website developed for your business can incur great costs not to mention the money you pay each time you want to update your site.
Well, in case you haven’t heard, WordPress is the way to go! In fact my site, and many sites I have built for clients are all powered by WordPress.
If you want a website that features;
- Thousands of free site templates
- Seamless social media integration
- Standard blog format and integration
- Professional, mobile responsive templates
- Awesome Media Library and gallery formats
- Built-in Comments system
- In-built Search Engine Optimization
Then WordPress is the easiest way to get up and running. When it comes to easily manageable blogs and Websites, WordPress is a fantastic tool to use.
This tutorial series will go more deeply into WordPress later– how to use it for your business website and for your marketing.
Today’s post will look at what WordPress is, it’s basic functions and how it works.
WordPress Lets You Create Your Blog and Website
WordPress is a content management system that allows you to create a blog or website easily without having any technical training.
People may create blogs for different topics ranging anything from a web design and development to cosmetic and baby product reviews.
Blogs are a great addition to any website, and very important for content marketing and keeping in touch with your audience.
Not only can you create and maintain a blog with WordPress it also allows you to create fantastic websites ranging from very simple, basic personal or business websites right through to very complex e-commerce and membership sites.
Once you have installed WordPress , it’s very easy to set up your blog or website. You can fix your basic site settings instantly. You can easily add new content to your blog or website.
In addition to the standard features offered by WordPress, there are hundreds of plugins and widgets – little snippets of code – that can greatly add to the functionality of your WordPress website.
When you install WordPress it comes with two free themes. You can choose to use these, search for other free templates available or you can look to buy other themes that are right for your business niche.
With WordPress it is very easy to manage your blog or website; add or remove content whenever you want, create a new article or blog post, add images, remove images, create new pages or posts. With a hosting account and a domain name you can start creating your first WordPress website instantly!
Watch out for new posts in this category as we explore WordPress more deeply in later posts.
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