WordPress Pros and Cons

WordPress Pros

Ashish
content writing manager at a tech services company
It is a stable system which offers a wide variety of themes and templates.
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Christopher Joles
Disabled House Elf
We use WordPress on two different websites and it solves all of our website issues.
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reviewer807813
Consultant at a tech services company
As WordPress is such a popular product, there are many designers and developers available to work on projects.
Ready-made themes speed the design process; a huge number of quality themes are available from several sources.
Good for rapidly turning around all the elements required for online sales funnels.
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It has a vast array of themes which could be applied to make the website visually look more appealing to the target market.
This program has made it possible for our company to advertise all around the country, instead of keeping it local.
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WordPress Cons

Ashish
content writing manager at a tech services company
The system should be more informative.
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Christopher Joles
Disabled House Elf
I would recommend dumping the Gutenberg interface, as that is horrible.
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reviewer807813
Consultant at a tech services company
The basic product is becoming less usable by end users for site maintenance post delivery.
Backups and moving sites could be handled better.
WordPress sites do require quite a bit of maintenance: Constant updates to both WordPress and all the various plugins that it requires.
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It may be useful to have a downloadable program that you could have on your desktop that allows you to create and maintain the program while offline.
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