3 Advantages of WordPress Websites

Have you had a look at our portfolio lately? We’ve made some pretty rad websites. WordPress websites.

PS: If you haven’t yet taken a look at the creative masterpieces, take a look at some of our work here: https://concept-inc.co.za/concept-inc-design-portfolio/

Did you know that WordPress powers more than 24% of the web? That’s a pretty big deal when you consider just how much information is actually out there online (estimated at 1.2 million terabytes, and one terabyte is 1,000 gigabytes).

Here are our top 3 reasons why we love creating beautiful, effective WordPress websites:

1)    Google LOVES WordPress

If you want your website to stand a good chance of making in onto that coveted first page of Google, the odds are in your favour if your site is powered by WordPress.

‘Why?’ you ask?

Over and above looking great, WordPress websites are geared up for all the technical back-end SEO requirements that your website developer should be utilizing when creating your site. This helps Google understand what your website is about so that it can actually show it to the people searching for your products and services online.

2)    It’s just so versatile

Some of the biggest companies in the world have WordPress websites – across all industries from entertainment, to business and technology.

Ever heard of Sony Music? Representing some of the world’s most successful and popular music artists is no small job, and those guys clearly know what they’re doing because their website is a WordPress site! (And so is Beyonce’, Katy Perry, and Ariana Grande… if you’re into that music).

And on the business and tech side, Bloomberg Professional has used a very modern design for their information site: https://www.bloomberg.com/professional/

3)    Compliance

Each WordPress website has been designed to be compliant with the standards set by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

Why does that matter?

It means that your website will work and look great in today’s browsers like Chrome and Firefox, and still be compatible with new updates and versions that happen regularly. That’s a pretty big deal, because you want EVERYONE to be able to see your website.

 If you’d like to find out more about getting your business up and running with a WordPress website, contact us .