2017-06-15T14:06:00Z

What is your primary use case for WordPress?


How do you or your organization use this solution?

Please share with us so that your peers can learn from your experiences.

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Top 20Real User

We use WordPress for both of our websites, www.mainemusicnews.com and www.jolesphotography.com. WordPress has allowed us to maintain our own website at a reasonable cost, giving us the ability to reach people worldwide with our concert photography.

2019-05-21T15:53:00Z
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Top 10Real User

In my company, we are using WordPress for the development of our website since it is much easier to upload content and does not require expert programmers.

2019-02-22T17:23:00Z
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Real User

WordPress is the only Content Management system which I am presently using for building professional websites and blogs. It is a great application which gives an all-in-one solution for creating stunning websites. There is no need for experience in hard coding. Although, some expertise is still needed for customization.

2018-06-04T05:22:00Z
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Top 20LeaderboardConsultant

WordPress CMS is used on a variety of website projects internally and for our clients. It is used for static websites and numerous projects, including booking systems, review sites, job boards, and portal sites. It is also used for marketing activities in conjunction with a number of other tools.

2018-05-17T08:44:00Z
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Top 5LeaderboardReal User

Our primary use case is for marketing our product and make sure we are always able to be found by the right people - converting visitors to leads. Because Wordpress has so many plugins and the ability to integrate different analytics, SEO, and even social apps, we can track all the data we need to make real decisions about page, messaging, blog, content performance.

2017-06-15T14:06:00Z
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