WORDPRESS DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
Although it was initially created for blogging purposes, over the years, WordPress evolved and improved a lot and rapidly became the most used CMS (Content Management System) for website development, with more than 70 million websites created using the WordPress Platform. Even though there are many advantages of using WordPress to build your company's website, what makes it stand out, outranking the competition, is that WordPress was built around the idea that the content should be easily edited and updated by the user. That's why it has, probably, the best visual content editor among all CMS platforms and the most intuitive and easiest to use administration panel.
Features of Wordpress
As already stated before, WordPress comes with a very intuitive and easy-to-use admin panel, which makes it easy to update the content even for the non-techie guys. The visual editor allows you to format the text, create links, add images, videos, links to document downloads and much more with just a few clicks, no web design experience being required.
Wonderful SEO Capabilities
When it comes to Search Engine Optimization, WordPress is by far one of the best Content Management Systems that offers out-of-the-box On-Page optimization. And besides that, with just a few settings you can make sure your website has user-friendly URLs, all the pages have the proper title and description and search engines will "navigate" through your site easily.
With the new additions of custom post types and taxonomies and with the "assistance" of the thousands of advanced plugins and themes available, WordPress is no longer "just a blogging platform", it is a fully-featured CMS with great flexibility, offering to the user the possibility to create almost any type of website: e-commerce, portfolio, wikis, questions and answers, membership sites, forums, directory listings, real estate or any other kind of portals.
Multiple User Levels
WordPress offers multiple user roles and capabilities, which makes it easier to allow your team to edit the content. For example, you might not want to give your employees full admin rights. Instead, you only give them Author roles, so they can write and publish their own posts. Then, to your copywriter you can assign the Editor role, which can modify and update all the articles written by anyone and keep the Administrator role just for yourself or for the web developer, so only you can make any changes to the site settings, structure, design, etc.
Fully Customizable Menus
The website usability is essential for your business because you want the users to find all the information they need with ease. WordPress allows you to create custom menus with hierarchy support, so you can list there all the essential info for the client, making it easy for them to navigate through the site.