Do you get out the trusty Web Posting Mart old HTML editor, roll up your sleeves, and begin writing the HTML code from scratch? Well, if you have the skill to do it, and you have the time to do it, and you have the patience to do it, that is one way to get it done.
Or maybe you get out the trusty old checkbook and write someone a hefty check to do it for you. Well, if you have the money, then that is definitely the easiest way to do it. And then, when you need something added or changed, you can get out the old checkbook again. What if you need it yesterday, not a few days or weeks or months from now?
What if you want a website that is easy to add pages and content to, and you want to be able to do it yourself, quickly and easily, and without having to get out that trusty old HTML editor or the old checkbook for that matter? What if you want a website that search engines love, and you want to start getting some traffic without spending a fortune on SEO and then waiting and waiting to see the traffic?
What if you want a website that you can change the look and feel of with just a few clicks of a mouse, and if you don’t like the new look, you can change it back with just a few more clicks? Well, partner, it sounds to me like you need WordPress! More specifically, you need to learn just how powerful WordPress really is!
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And before you roll your eyes and say that WordPress is just for blogs, you better take a closer look.
In fact, WordPress, along with all of the readily available plugins and custom themes, can do just about anything you want, and it can do it either at no cost or meager cost, and it can do it very quickly. You can have a WordPress site installed, configured with basic settings, and some popular plugins and themes installed in just a few hours and for zero cost. How’s that for fast and cheap?
– You can create a WordPress site that is a traditional WordPress blog.
– You can create a WordPress site suitable for the smallest business right on up to the largest corporation.
– You can create a WordPress site that is a membership site where members pay for your content.
– You can create a WordPress site that is an internet storefront to sell your products.
– You can create a WordPress site that is a content management system.
– You can create a WordPress site that is a combination of any or all of the above.
You can install plugins that do SEO for you, backup your database for you, create Google compliant sitemaps for you, handle product sales and delivery for you, handle membership signups for you, and on and on and on. Do you begin to get the idea that I like WordPress and think WordPress is a great way to create a website?