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Custom WordPress Development
With the ever quick death of static websites, CMSs (Content Management Systems) have given even the most code-deficient person the chance to change out and update websites on their own.
CMSs have existed for years now--ranging from cheap, expensive, good, bad and everything in-between--but the advent of WordPress has truly been a game changer.
For many, WordPress started as a blog engine, because that is exactly what it was intended to be. It was created in 2003 by Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little; and as of 2009, Open Source CMS Market Share Report reached the conclusion that WordPress enjoys the greatest brand strength of any "open source" content management system.
With WordPress being open source--and powered by PHP, HTML and MySQL--it has a massive community of both users and contributors. It's ease of use and plug-and-play plugins have moved WordPress past its "blog" roots and into the website world.
One of our favorite elements of WordPress would be the SEO value it gives. Since it was created as a blog engine, it is laced with features that make it easy to find for the search engine gods we aim to please: Google, Bing, Yahoo! and others.
And WordPress's user interface is a home run. It's easy to navigate and obvious in use. In all honesty, this is why we think WordPress has taken off the way it has. Nothing drives consumer usage like a piece of technology we "get." (Isn't that right, Apple?)
WordPress sites are often less costly than custom websites and are great alternatives to template websites. So before you buy a template website, give WordPress a solid look and hit yourself with a hammer - both are better experiences.