If you’re considering launching a website using WordPress or making the switch to WordPress, you’re probably pretty curious about the benefits. To make the choice easier for you, we’ve created a quick list of the pros and cons of WordPress, but first, let’s cover what WordPress actually is.
What is WordPress?
WordPress is currently the most popular, free content management system (CMS). It’s an open-source solution that is great for portfolios, blogs, e-commerce sites—almost anything you can think of.
There are two ways to utilise WordPress. You can create a WordPress site to host on your own domain or you can utilise WordPress hosting and have them host your site on a WordPress.com sub-domain for free or (for a fee) on your own custom domain.
While a great solution for many website needs, WordPress isn’t for everyone. Here are some of the cons we’ve dug up.
Making A Decision
For many people, the pros outweigh the cons, making WordPress a great solution for their CMS needs. If you still aren’t sure, or would rather have an expert help you craft your online presence get in touch to discuss your project in more detail.