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Is WordPress Still the Most Popular CMS?

Author: Adam Mathewz
by Adam Mathewz
Posted: Jan 31, 2020

WordPress has always been the number one content management system in the world. Even now, it continues to support over 34% of the web. It is available in fifty-six world languages so that people from all over the world can access the platform with ease.

One of the primary reasons for WordPress' immense popularity is its ease of customisation. A self-hosted WordPress site is customisable like no other. There are plugins for everything you can imagine. These plugins are almost always free or come at a low price. There are about forty thousand plugins in all for implementing various features and functions in a website. They can be used directly just as they or they can be further customised by writing codes. WordPress gives complete control to the user.

Here are some things you can do with WordPress plugins: 1. WP-DBManager, WP Optimize and Database Browser are some of the best database plugins with which you can maintain your site's database.

  1. BulletProof Security, All in One WP Security and S.A.F. are some of the best security plugins with which you can keep your website safe from security threats, malware and also scan other plugins to ensure they are safe to use. The plugins also enable you to perform live monitoring.
  2. Plugins like StatCounter, WP Meta SEO, Jetpack are some of the best one to SEO analysis. You can use them to make your site search engine friendly and ensure that they are visible some of the popular search engines.

Here are some things you can do with WordPress' SEO plugins: -Use permalinks with keywords -Add RSS feeds -Create tags for your posts -Create categories for your posts -Optimise images -Pin new posts and articles that you upload

Just like plugins, there are also thousands of themes and templates to choose from. Out of these, at least two thousand are free. These themes and templates also make it easy for users to customise their site in a matter of only a few seconds.

One of the best things about WordPress is that it only takes five minutes to launch a site. The process is so simple that it does not even require the expertise of professional WordPress developers. WordPress automates much of the work that is involved in developing websites, and therefore, anybody can build a site on this platform. Translating a website into a different language is also quick and easy. WordPress content gets published in more than a hundred languages. It is made easily accessible to people over the world who want to read about this CMS and stay informed at all times.

WordPress supports about five hundred well-known brands. Some of these include TechCrunch, TED, CNN, CBS Radio, Best Buy, and so on. It is trustworthy and therefore more, and more companies want to use it for their site.

WooCommerce is WordPress' most popular e-commerce software. More than thirty-nine percent of all online stores today run on this software. WooCommerce powers more than a million online store and almost all of these stores are well-known.

Both and are highly cost-effective. While is a basic package, offers more high-end features and functions. The former is most suitable for personal blogs. The latter is more commonly used by business farms, both large and small. It gives you the option to host your site and also choose a domain name for it. The hosting services and the domain name are paid, but the amount is almost negligible.

WordPress continues to be the best CMS for large companies where running a website requires surveillance and maintenance. It has six user roles by default including Administrator, Contributor, Author, Editor and Subscriber. Different individuals can be assigned different roles within a single organisation, and the site owner can decide what a user can or cannot do on the website.

Lastly, the WordPress community is a place where you can easily find help regarding anything. There are thousands of people readily available to help you with any problems that you may face with your site. It is one of the privileges of the platform and perhaps yet another reason why it will continue to be the most popular CMS in the years to come.

Also Read - Top ways to make money from online blogging.

About the Author

Adam Mathewz works as a Content Marketing Manager at Global Employees. Global Employees is a Offshore hiring solutions provider company. Global Employees let's you hire expert professionals for various technologies like web development, web designer,

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