5 reasons why WordPress is better than your traditional Html website

#5 SEO Friendliness – WordPress are constructed with SEO in mind with a structure that Google finds very inviting for indexing. Plus, with an additional plugin plugins (All in one SEO for example), you will be able to customize every page or post you make to give you the highest possible probability of getting your pages in high search results positions.

#4 Well…it’s free Unlike traditional Web site software like Adobe Dreamweaver, PhotoShop or Flash, the CMS and all the upgrades to WordPress blog software are free, and extremely easy to perform

#2Blog & Website..all in one.

WordPress as a website.

WordPress can do so much more than just blogging… with the built in Pages feature you can create standalone pages for your website in addition to your blog posts. The content management features built into WordPress make it easy to create pages and child pages, embed video, manage your media assets, and more.

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.

#2The best time management – You can add content anytime and then schedule those posts to publish on your site on whatever day and time you want.

#2 Save Money

Wordpres sites are cheaper to build and maintain. No longer do you need to send the most basic text changes to your designer or even have your designer add new pages for you. Make the edits yourself whenever you want and save the money you would’ve paid your designer for more important things by adding new pages on your own.

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WordPress turns 10!

WordPress was started 10 years ago by Matt Mullenweg and Mark Little, when they release were attending the University of Houston.

A decade after its creation, WordPress powers over 15-18% of all sites (according to Mashable), and it is the most popular CMS our there powering some of the highest-profile sites on the Web. Some major users include The New York Times, CNN, Reuters, Forbes, Mashable, TechCrunch, GigaOM, AllThingsD and many, many more.

Why is WordPress so popular?

WordPress is popular because it makes online publication a breeze. Users can do amazing things with this free software, which is infinitely extendable and supported by a remarkable community of bright and creative developers. It’s safe to say that WordPress has been a major influence in the growth of the Web as a whole.

Nearly 70 million websites run WordPress and it’s hard to understate the impact that the software has had on the world of digital publishing.


Why you should update to WordPress 3.5

The new version of WordPress, named “Elvin” was just released and it come with major updates.


The new Manager makes it easier and feaster to view and organize the images and files stored in the CMS. It shows thumbnails of each image, and loads older images as you scroll down. In addition, it has a side-pane for entering information such as Alternate text and Caption for your images. All images, audio and videos are listed in a grid/gallery format. The right panel allows you to change details such as title, caption, alt text, link, description, alignment and size. The major difference is that multiple items can now be selected. This allows you to insert multiple items into your articles at the click of a button. The old method required you to insert each media item into your articles one by one. Very cool addition.


WordPress 3.5 comes with Twenty Twelve as its default theme. Twenty Twelve is a brand new responsive theme that looks great on iPads, iPhones, Desktops, and any other device and resolution. In sum, the theme is clean, responsive and has already gained a good deal of popularity among the users.


The new Dashboard is now all prepared for high resolution screens. No matter what device you are using: iPhone 5, iPad, Kindle Fire HD, Nexus 10, or Macbook Pro — your WP Dashboard will look great.

In addition:

  • 1. Multisite Improvements and External Libraries
  • Color Pickers and Accessibility





WordPress powers now almost 25% of U.S websites

Last year the tech blog Techchrunch described the significant growth of the wordpress usage in the U.S for for blogs and websites. By the end of 2011, WordPress was powering ” 14.7% of the top million websites in the world, up from 8.5%. And 22 out of every 100 new active domains in the US are running WordPress.”

Today, WordPress is powering just over 26.9% of blogging services sites and 25% of all websites in the U.S.  Why is that? One reason WordPress is so popular is that it not only allows you to easily create out your own blog, but the CMS can also be used to run anything from a forum to full scale eCommerce store. The time of development is usually significantly less than the required for Drupal or even Joomla.

It is also the platform of choice for new portals and some of the biggest names in US media have WordPress running under the hood.

WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg revealed that each month, 287 million people account for 2.5 billion pageviews on WordPress.com blogs.