WordPress is the best!
June 26, 2021

WordPress is the best!

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with WordPress

I have used WordPress for over 10 years building websites for our companies and clients. We manage all of our sites with WordPress and always recommend that others use WordPress as well because of the simplicity of programing and managing a website. We often create a website and hand it to the client to manage. In some cases they aren't experienced enough or have enough time to manage it and we have to help. But in many cases, clients are able to manage the website through WordPress on their own. WordPress is so useful for individuals who do not know how to code a website and even if they do, I would still recommend using WordPress without question.
  • Simple interface
  • Lots of options and plugins
  • Website management layout pages/posts, etc.
  • Settings are easy to update
  • Everyone uses it so there are lots of templates and companies with WordPress integration
  • With so many plugin options, there are many that don't work
  • There are always lots of spam comments on blog posts
  • Many plugins have a free version and charge for any reasonable functionality, and it's difficult to know that without testing the plugin out first, which is annoying.
  • WordPress has saved our company a lot of money. Since it is free, it is so nice to use!
  • I can't say enough good things about WordPress. I love building our company websites with it.
  • It used to take a web developer to build a website. With WordPress it is so much easier.
WordPress is free and so easy to use. I would recommend it over any competitor except for e-commerce. For an e-commerce website in most cases, I would recommend Shopify because of their shopping cart and processing speed. Shopify does charge monthly, as opposed to using WooCommerce on WordPress. So if the store doesn't get a decent amount of sales, I would stay with WordPress.

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WordPress is the most widely used and possibly the simplest website editor. I wouldn't recommend anything else except for Shopify in some e-commerce situations. Managing a simple one-page website up to a very complicated website or blog with hundreds of pages is very doable with WordPress. If you have too many pages, it does get cumbersome but so does every other editor with that many pages on a website.

WordPress Feature Ratings

WYSIWYG editor
Code quality / cleanliness
Admin section
Page templates
Library of website themes
Mobile optimization / responsive design
Publishing workflow
Form generator
Content taxonomy
SEO support
Bulk management
Availability / breadth of extensions
Community / comment management
Internationalization / multi-language
Not Rated
Role-based user permissions

Using WordPress

4 - Business manager, content writer, and clients