We convert your PSD to high quality cross browser compatible responsive HTML5/CSS3, W3C validated and SEO optimised WordPress. WordPress is one of the best blogging platform with high quality content management features. With lots of third party open source plugins, WordPress is greatly expandable and making it the most preferred CMS tools available.
What makes WordPress a good solution? Why is it so popular? Regardless of the question, the answer is the same, and it can be boiled down to three simple words: “Because WordPress Works”.
WordPress is famous for its five minute easy installation, its time saving abilities, and its professional image. WordPress is used by most websites that use content management systems. Here are a few more reasons why your website should be on WordPress.
1. WordPress is Easy to Use
WordPress is famous for its few minute installation and its simple interface.
2. WordPress Saves You Time
Did you ever worry that you would have to learn code in order to maintain a business website? With WordPress, you won’t have to worry about learning a single line of code, because WordPress will take care of all the technical aspects for you! It is well known for its numerous plugins that will take care of extras that you might need for your business website. As a business owner, all you have to do is provide the content, and you can leave your website as it is, or update it as often as you wish. Because WordPress takes care of all the backend, it frees up your time to focus on what’s important–your business.
3. WordPress as a blog
WordPress started as a blogging platform and has become one of the most widely used blogging systems in the world. WordPress combines ease of use with nearly unlimited customisation. Creating posts, approving comments, and customising your look and feel are all easy with WordPress. The customisation opportunities are endless and the huge number of available plugins and themes make it easy to achieve the look and function you want.
4. WordPress as a website
WordPress can do more than just blogging. With the built in Pages feature you can create standalone pages for your website in addition to your blog posts. Again the ability to customise themes makes your design possibilities limitless. Many websites you visit on a daily basis are powered by WordPress. The content management features built into WordPress make it easy to create pages and child pages, embed video, manage your media assets, and more.
5. WordPress as a blog and website
The best of both worlds. Out of the box WordPress lets users create website pages, and posts. It is extremely commonplace now to have a corporate blog running besides a corporate website. Multiple permission levels and the easy nature of publishing make WordPress ideal for any manner of websites.