Content Management System (CMS)
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28% of the web uses WordPress, from hobby blogs to the biggest news sites online.
WordPress is an Open Source project, which means there are hundreds of people all over the world working on it. Whether working to improve functionality, add new features or implement bug fixes, WordPress was created by and for the community.
WordPress started in 2003 as a blogging system for a few users that you can count on your fingers and toes, it has since grown to be used on millions of sites and seen by tens of millions of people every day.
It has evolved to be used as full content management system because of its ease of use and ability to be customised. WordPress is limited only by your imagination. (And project budget).
Why we use WordPress?
Ease of use
The content management system of WordPress is very user friendly, with a quick training session most clients become very comfortable navigating and using the back end of the site.
Control your own content
With access to the CMS you are in complete control of adding/changing your content on the website. Need to add a paragraph or change a word – easy to do. Being able to make these changes yourself will save you money that could otherwise cost you to have an agency make the charge.
WordPress is very flexible in terms of being able to extend or change functionality of what the website can and can’t do.
WordPress can be extended to add e-Commerce functionality allowing you to sell products from online direct to your customers.
WordPress can easily be extended with plugins offering various functionality such as Multi language support, or displaying posts from your social media account.
Development time and cost
By developing our websites in WordPress we can provide our clients with a faster turnaround time, leading to a much more cost effective development charge.
The alternative – to develop a custom built CMS from scratch where the development time involved would be astronomical – would end up costing thousands of dollars for the same result.