We recommend WordPress as it the most popular CMS system worldwide.
There are over 70 million website worldwide (Jan 2014, source www.wordpress.com/stats) using it. So it must be good!
It is the world’s largest open-source Content Management System (CMS) and forms part of the Open-Source Initiative project. This guarantees it is reliable, secure, versatile and easy to use. WordPress is continually being enhanced to support new technologies, like smartphones and browsers. It has to be to keep 70 million businesses up to date!
Many of our customers like it because there is no licence charge!
By adopting the most widely-used open-source CMS product you can be assured there’s no risk to your business compared to a proprietary product from a software company.
WordPress is an open-source project managed by the Open-Source Initiative (OSI) which does not charge a licence fee. The OSI is a not-for-profit corporation with global scope formed to educate and advocate the benefits of open-source solutions. A zero charge CMS licence will save you typically 20% or more in licence fees each year.
Give it a try! Over 70 million others have.
It is the most robust and feature-packed platform we’ve ever tried, and we’ve reviewed and installed many Content Management Systems looking for the perfect package for our clients. It is not only easy to use, but also, very user friendly.
WordPress even provide a free training website WordPress.tv if you want to keep up to date with new features after your training session included with our CMS website package.
We know you want your website to be listed in the top 10 search results. With WordPress, you can automate many of the manual processes you’d usually have to go through to ensure your page is correctly titled, layed out and optimised for Google without user intervention.
Business Brochure websites, Portfolio websites, eCommerce websites, Galleries and Photo Blogs, Magazine or News websites, Article Libraries and a lot more. CNET, Ford, ZDNET and various other popular sites have used WordPress as their choice of CMS.