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Powering more than 43% of all active websites globally, WordPress is arguably the most popular and widely used CMS and website builder used by businesses of all sizes across all industries – from solopreneurs, startups, SMBs, and big Fortune 500 enterprises. Both novice users with no coding knowledge and highly experienced web developers can benefit from WordPress’ long list of features including ready-made yet customizable templates, thousands of easy-to-install add-ons and plugins, built-in and custom-made functionalities, and robust content management features. Highly flexible, WordPress promises its users that they will never outgrow their website built on its ecosystem as it’s easily adaptable as their business needs grow and evolve. WordPress is also downloadable as an app and available to both Android and iOS users enabling marketers and content creators to manage their websites across all devices. WordPress is arguably one of the biggest website builders today. With WordPress, users have the option to use their web host or install WordPress’ own hosting. The latter lets users design and build their blog or online store, and access the Jetpack plugin for improved SEO, as well as security and analytics. Depending on your needs, it’s fairly easy to set up your WordPress site, and maintaining it is even simpler on this platform. You also have the option to install third-party plugins to add more features to your website and boost functionality. WordPress offers a free plan for anyone who wants to try out the service first, but if you want to subscribe, plans start as low as $4 a month for the basic plan.
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