Podcast Episode

004 – Top 10 Reasons to Use WordPress for Small Businesses

Episode Outline:
In this episode, I am going to share with you
– Why I like WordPress
– Top 10 Reasons you should use WordPress

You no longer have to shell out thousands of dollars to establish your business online.

As a WordPress developer, I have been telling anybody and everybody that, when it comes to building your first small business website, WordPress is the only way to go and of course this is a biased opinion.

Wordpress is used on millions of websites world wide, which should be a good enough reason for you to use WordPres.

Wordpress is highly rated by so many successful small business owners. Here are just a few of some example sites that use WordPress as their website software

  • Wakeforest University
  • The University of Maine
  • Kobe Bryant, personal site
  • Dan Cathy, Chick-fil-a
  • Coach Mike Krzyzewski
  • Andy Roddick
  • Techcrunch
    If you are new to WordPress and looking for reasons to use WordPress as a CMS (content management system) in your new website, let me give you the top 10 reasons

01 – WordPress is the Most User-Friendly CMS in its Class
02 – Great Content Management System
03 – Themes Support
04 – Plugins Extend Functionality
05 – Standards Compliant
06 – SEO Friendly
07 – Large community Support
08 – It’s Completely Open Source
09 – E-Commerce Solutions are Available for Any Sized Business
10 – It’s Free

There’s no need to re-invent the wheel. WordPress is open source and many of the features you’ll need have more than likely already been built for you. The cost of implementation is very low and you won’t have to spend thousands of dollars to make the platform SEO-friendly or scalable. Professional WordPress experts can provide you with the tools you need to get your brand powered by the most popular open source CMS available. If you have any questions about what WordPress is capable of, let us know and we’ll do our best to help you find exactly what you’re looking for.

Call to Action:
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    • David Reply

      links to your podcast are broken!

      Jan 13, 2011

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