24 Oct Why Not WordPress? It’s SEO Ready

As you surf the internet you’ll find hundreds of articles on why WordPress, but why not WordPress? It is by far one of the best content management systems packed with amazing features that prepare your website or blog for SEO.

For readers who are not familiar with the history of WordPress—originally WordPress was created to use as a content management system (CMS) for bloggers. Over the years it has become the most efficient free online software for managing content for websites and blogs that are SEO friendly.

WordPress is a CMS that allows non-technical users to upload or place content, media, free or purchased plugins, widgets and website templates. It also functions as a secure FTP. The website templates, plugins and widgets that are supported by WordPress are coded to be responsive. WordPress was coded with search optimization tools that have the ability to use .htaccess for creating permalinks, pinging capability and blogrolling.

The future of SEO is going to be all about responsiveness, conversational searching and more visuals. WordPress is prepared to do their users a solid by supporting and creating templates that are capable of integrating social media and video hosting platforms such as YouTube, Vimeo, Flickr or Vevo, which are the type of elements that will be very important for websites to have for moving into the future of SEO. Most importantly WordPress manages your content in an intuitive manner. It also helps you place your content in appropriate areas for your visitors to process what they are reading and find your brand or services through organic search results.

The benefits of using WordPress as your CMS are immeasurable. Here are some of the reasons why WordPress is a great tool to use for staying SEO ready as much as possible. 

Quality Coding- WordPress produces as semantic markup and follow written standards compliant high quality coding.

Mobile Friendly- WordPress automatically adjust to viewing preferences on mobile devices

Multiple Admins- Multi-user accessibility is optional for businesses that need to manage several pages for frequent updates.

Free Updates- Plugins can be upgraded for free when updates are available to maintain responsiveness

Media Library- Photos can be archived in the CMS, cropped and scaled to fit templates.

Autosave- While you are entering your content WordPress automatically saves your work.

Immediate Editing- Any changes you make such as adding or deleting content, those changes update immediately.

Layout Changes- You can change your layout as much as you like for a fresh look depending on your template choice or if your site was customized by a developer.

Ecommerce- WordPress is efficient enough to support and retain content for a ecommerce site and consistently function responsively.

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