For the most part, WordPress is widely regarded as one of the most user-friendly CMS’s out there, especially amongst the ones that are open source. There isn’t an overwhelming number of technical terms you need to understand to get started. The learning curve is very gentle. This is not to say that WordPress is simple, which brings us to the next point.
Of all the CMS’s out there, WordPress has the largest group of supporters, developers, and contributors. What’s great about this is that if you’re running into a problem, chances are someone else has had the same problem before you, and there’s probably a support forum with your exact question in it. Obviously having a developer on hand to make changes on a whim would be lovely, but that’s not always realistic for businesses. Luckily, WordPress gives you enormous amounts of control, without any programming skills required. Themes are what dictate the look and feel of your WordPress site, and there are countless themes available for purchase. Many of them offer incredible control over both the appearance and the functionality of your site.
Features that would take weeks or months to develop come right out of the box with WordPress. Trust us, it’s the way to go!