Optimizations are incredibly easy to implement and in any way you can imagine, from SEO to hosting, where most of the time there’s a "one-click" install and configuration option.
WordPress certainly has flaws and it’s always a work in progress like any major tech project. Like anything else, it’s not a perfect fit for every situation but it’s the most powerful and flexible option for the vast majority. It does this without high monthly fees, development costs or limitations to what you can add with some of the world's best developers supporting it, while being extremely easy to train and find people who know how to use it.
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WordPress powers such a high percentage of websites on the internet that it’s the de-facto standard. That means pretty much every software builds an integration with WordPress directly because they don’t want to exclude 40% of all the websites out there from using their services.
This also means it’s incredibly easy and affordable to find courses, training and professionals to manage your site. Websites are constantly evolving as your business evolves. Eventually, you’re going to need someone to help you scale it up or manage it. The majority of professional designers, developers, content managers, social media strategists and admin assistants are at least acquainted with WordPress and in plentiful supply.
1) A website isn’t static; it’s dynamic . It’s ever-changing. The moment you accomplish something, you can add it to your website. When you complete a project, you can put it in your portfolio for all to see. You don’t need to print new copies of it and send it out to your contacts over and over; you just update it. People can continually come back and see what you’re up to.
2) Having a website makes you more findable. If all you have is a resume, you have to go out and hand it to people to get your name out. If someone wanted to look you up on the internet and you didn’t have a website, all they might get is a Facebook or Twitter profile.
However, if you have a website, you can be found by a much wider audience and control what it is they see first. This is key for establishing your personal brand and for highlighting your accomplishments.
I’ve been offered jobs, met clients for my web design work, and gotten interviews simply because I have a website. If I didn’t take the time to create one, I’m confident that I wouldn’t have been found.
Low code and no code are widely defined as visual approaches to web development.
With low code and no code, website building platforms can automate nearly every step of the development process and streamline builds, drastically increasing development speed for web professionals.
There are two main areas of low-code and no-code development:
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