WordPress was created in 2003, and within a decade became a serious tool for business websites.
In 2020 it’s the most popular way to run a website in the world.
It’s not just the preserve of small business and hobby websites any more – see below for some examples of big players who rely on WordPress.
So why has it been such a success?
- It’s free. There’s no licence fee to pay, and the cost of your project is only the cost of our time to configure and customise it for you
- It’s designed to be easy for you to publish your content (and we make it even easier)
- It’s adaptable to do almost anything you want a website to do and scaleable for big sites with high traffic
- It’s search engine friendly because it structures data properly, loads quickly and makes for easy to use websites
- It’s supported by a massive community of web developers, with tens of thousands of extensions available
WordPress also keeps up with the times, and especially with the latest trends of integrating seamlessly with many popular web based apps.
But that’s not all – thanks to WordPress you can have your website do things that only a few years ago would have cost tens of thousands of pounds – for a fraction of the price.
WordPress is the most popular website content management system in the world, thanks to its:
- Extraordinary flexibility
- Enormous developer community
- Ease of use
- Security and scaleability
But that’s just the tip of the iceberg
WordPress is used by many high traffic commercial websites, such as: