Why WordPress? Glad you asked.
More than 3 billion people access over 1 billion websites on planet earth.
That’s a lot of network traffic handling a lot of digital information and media, and it takes a lot of intelligent software to run the Internet and world wide web.
WordPress now powers some 27% of websites, with good reasons for that:
- Worldwide Community of Contributors
- Free WordPress Blogs for anyone
- Free Open Source Software for everyone
- Moderate Learning Curve
- 3rd Party Markets
WordPress may have started as a simple effective blogging solution, while over the years it has blossomed into a powerful Content Management System (CMS) platform. WordPress is the fastest growing publishing software in the world with 60% of the global market share for content management systems. From bloggers to small companies to Fortune 500 websites like TIME magazine and Sports Illustrated, WordPress makes the web happen.
Here’s Why WordPress
WordPress is open source software that’s free to use and expand, guided by an active community, and translated to more than 100 languages. WordPress is highly regarded for being easy to use, responsive on mobile devices, an agile development platform, and WordPress.org provides 10,000+ themes, 40,000+ plugins, and robust APIs, along with expanding third-party markets serving any possible web publishing need.