WordPress For Small Business: Managing Content Made Easy

June 28, 20117 Comments

To geek or not to geek?

This used to be the question when it came to creating and maintaining a decent website.  WordPress for small business changed all that.

In the early days of website design, once you’d figured out your needs you’d hire someone to do the work of designing and coding your site from scratch.

Then when you wanted to update your site, you’d need to have geek skills or you’d need to have a geek on staff.

Thankfully, times have changed.

Today there are numerous Content Management Systems (CMS) including WordPress for small business, Joomla and Drupal to name a few.   Good CMS makes it easy to update your website whether you’re technically-inclined or not.

You no longer need to have a degree in computer science to build and maintain a stellar website.  CMS allows your site to shine even if your tech budget is small

You’ll first need to determine your needs, just like in the old days.  But once you’ve incorporated a good user-friendly CMS, you’ll be able to update and tweak your site easily.

There are two benefits to being able to do this:

  • -You’ll be lean and quick and able to make changes on the fly
  • -By constant testing and adjustment, you’ll optimize your conversion rates

An added bonus is that CMS simplifies the process and puts the website back into the hands of the content creators.  This means that your content doesn’t have to be filtered through another person’s interpretation before making it to the website.

Never forget, content is what really matters when it comes to demonstrating to your site visitors that they’ve found the right place.

Wordpress for small business has proven itself to be a robust, user-friendly CMS that’s flexible enough to work for nearly any functionality requirements.

It’s another essential element for any lead generating website.  You can learn more by clicking here.

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7 Responses to “WordPress For Small Business: Managing Content Made Easy”

  1. Ahmed says:

    より:I was wondering if you ever thugoht of adjusting the layout of your website? It is well written; I love what you have got to say. But maybe you can add a a bit more in the way of content so people might connect with it better. Youve got an awful lot of wording for only having one or two photos. Maybe you can space it out better?

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  7. Cette « analyse », fut ce dans un blog associe, n’a pas sa place dans mon quotidien de reference. C’est tellement nul que je ne releverai pas. Les principaux « arguments » ont deja ete balayes par d’autres lecteurs. Audrey est deja formattee, c’est triste a cet age, (je suppose qu’elle est bien jeune, elle ne maitrise pas son sujet).

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