5 Reasons You Should Use WordPress for Your Business, Number 5 May Shock You.

Questions we get asked regularly: Do I really need a new website? Why, is WordPress better than Wix or Squarespace? Can I switch my website from a different platform to WordPress? But isn’t WordPress just for blogs? If you’ve asked any of these questions, fear not, you’re in the right place. In this article, we are answering these questions and discovering 5 reasons you should use WordPress for your business. 

Our two cents:

We love WordPress because of the tremendous flexibility to make different types of websites. Due to the incredible features, top brands use WordPress for their website. WordPress powers over 30% of the websites in the world. The New York Times, Bloomberg Professional, Walt Disney Company and so many more trust WordPress to power their websites.  We trust that it’s the best option for your website because well, Disney uses it. WordPress allows us the ability to customize your website to be fully optimized and ready to send your product/service to the world.

1. Customizable

Say goodbye to being frustrated by the limited functionality of your website. WordPress offers incredible plugins and tools that allow you to perfectly customize a website. 

Your business website needs to be unique and functional to stand out in the market. Everyone is fighting over the top keywords, and website searches. Having a website that is customizable allows you flexibility to create a unique website that stands out in the market.

2. Easy to use

“We focus on taking the stress away from you, so can focus on what you do best.”

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The heart behind our business is taking away all the stress and confusion for you. Because we want to see you do what you do best. WordPress doesn’t have the website jargon that leaves you confused. They have a simple layout that allows you to easily navigate. 

3. SEO friendly

WordPress is set up in a way that makes Google and search engines love their websites. It’s easy for you to rank well because WordPress cares about the consumer – YOU. 

On top of being a friendly platform, you can download powerful plugins to assist with SEO. Our top recommended plugin is Yoast SEO. It’s easy to use and helpful to move your website up in the rankings. 

4. Free, Free, Free

WordPress is FREE. No catch – no gimmick – no hidden fees. You can download and customize it to the exact specifications you are looking for.

The only costs that come with a website are hosting and purchasing a domain name. Top list of hosting companies we recommend are flywheel and WPEngine.  We personally use Flywheel and found them to be insightful and ready to assist with ANY questions. Their customer service has been outstanding and prices are reasonable.


WP Engine is a more expensive version of hosting. Their amazing customer reviews speak for themselves. WP Engine is a great service for businesses with a high volume of traffic. 

5. Secure and Safe

Safe and secure, do you believe it? WordPress got a stigma several years ago for not being secure. We are here to debunk the theory that WordPress is unsafe for your website.

WordPress keeps their software up-to-date and has hundreds of plugins that help protect your website. Technology is changing and websites need to adapt with the changes. If your website isn’t updated it will become outdated and at risk to security hacks. Examples of this include but aren’t limited to broken links and out of date software. Care plans protect your website from being a security risk.

So, first things first, you need a care plan. What’s a care plan? We are glad you asked. It’s a car mechanic for your website. We hope you regularly take your car in for oil change and maintenance. Your website deserves that same level of maintenance. We offer care plans that will keep your website updated and safe from hacking ninjas. Building a website is not a one-time thing.

There are hundreds of reason we love WordPress, but these are the top 5 reasons we love working with WordPress. Please note, this article is written based on wordpress.org, not wordpress.com. 

If you use WordPress, we would love to hear in the comments why you love it or dislike it. 

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