Great question. Here are three equally great answers.
Over the years, WordPress has very much outgrown its initial purpose as a blogging platform to become a full-fledged, bona fide website-making and hosting, content-managing, business-expanding machine.
WordPress is now the most popular content management systems (CMS) on the planet, driving more than 50% of all websites using a CMS, a trend that is not likely to slow down anytime soon. And that shows in search engines.
Maybe that’s why many of the most reputed companies in the world turn to WordPress in order to engage with their customers and promote their brands.
You want names? Here are just a few: eBay, Ford, Wired, The NY Times, Sony, and Ben & Jerry’s (Mmmmmm… ice cream).
Thanks to an open-source approach and an ever-growing number of plug-ins (over 20,000 as of today), your WordPress website can be easily customized to fit your current needs, and adapt swiftly to reflect your expansion in services and clientele, not to mention the evolution of your brand.
That means lower setup and maintenance costs, which means higher margins, which means a happy you.
Speaking of security, WordPress is one of the most secure platforms available, and can be monitored for a fraction of the costs incurred by other systems. Might we suggest you consider our monitoring services, which provide you with yet another layer of peace of mind?
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