Reader commentary about OnlineBusiness.com Recommends WordPress as the Preferred Choice Among Business Owners in Setting Up A Website, originally published by Marketwatch.com.
According to OnlineBusiness.com, those looking to start an online business can use WordPress to set up a website.
According to W3techs.com, 43.3% uses WordPress for its websites and 65.3% as its content management system. There are several ways to build a website with it, and it is versatile.
In addition to having a large variety of plugins, platforms like WordPress are very adaptable and flexible. You can install and use it even if you are a beginner.
As WordPress is a free, open-source platform, it continues to be the top CMS for website owners. The starter websites offered by OnlineBusiness.com use best practices.
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Jan 28, 2022 (AB Digital via COMTEX) —
New York, NY – OnlineBusiness.com, a resource for those looking to start or grow an online business, continues to educate its readers on topics such as ‘What is a Starter Site’ and how to set up a website for a business. Recently, they have rated and recommended WordPress to be the preferred CMS for those looking to set up a new website.
WordPress is used by 43.3% of all websites on the internet and occupies a 65.3% market share of the total content management systems (CMS), according to W3techs.com. The CMS continues to be the top choice among website owners who are setting up a new website and OnlineBusiness.com sees no slow down in that trend. WordPress is diverse in its capabilities and is suitable for building many different types of websites such as a blog, e-commerce, lead generation, and others due to its features, community support, available customization, and zero cost.
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