WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems among website owners globally, and according to, WordPress currently powers more than 26.4% of the web.

Given how popular WordPress is, it unfortunately becomes a likely target for potential hackers. If you use WordPress for your website, you’ll want to do all you can to secure your WordPress website, so that sensitive data is protected from getting into the wrong hands. Here are 10 simple tips you can use to secure your WordPress website:
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There is no shortage of website software solutions out there, and in fact there are so many available options out there to choose from, it can be a real challenge deciding which software platform to select for designing your company website.

In a sea of options available, there are a handful of content management solutions which seem to be preferred among businesses, one of them being WordPress. Here are 10 good reasons to use WordPress for your next company website project:

WordPress for Your Company Website
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Having a website serves as a platform for you to market your business brand, but it also serves as a means for you to expose and sell your products and services to potential consumers. When it comes to choosing a web development software solution, you need to consider the benefits and features of the available platforms, before committing to one particular solution. Continue reading

Everybody knows it is important to make your website look great in order to attract website visitors, but even more importantly, it is crucial to design a website that is also usable to website users.

In order to ensure your website is usable and functional for those who visit it, make sure to consider these 4 ways of designing your site:
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Before moving forward to build your business website you should first determine whether you want to build your site using basic HTML, or use a CMS, such as WordPress. In order to fully understand why you would choose one over the other, you must know the difference between the two options.

WordPress Vs Basic HTML
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If you have an upcoming website project to tackle, but you’re on the fence when it comes to choosing which website platform to go with, you probably aren’t alone, as there are a ton of options out there when it comes to web design software solutions, all ranging in costs, features and levels of complexity.

WordPress Website
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WordPress which was introduced as an open source CMS platform 13 years ago, has become one of the most popular web design solutions for businesses of all types and sizes. Over the years, WordPress has matured from being a basic blogging platform to being a complete website software platform, which can effectively support websites from simple to complex.

WordPress Calypso

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In the digital world, online security is always a concern, however many of us do not take proactive steps to protect our E-Commerce website from malicious activity, until, unfortunately, it’s too late.

If you are one among the many who use WordPress as the foundation for your E-Commerce website, there are ways to tighten security, so that your site remains safe from potential hackers. Here are 4 ways you can lock down your WordPress site:

E-Commerce Website
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Technology has advanced immensely over the years and continues to do so at a rapid pace. This continuous evolution in technological advancement has been the driving force behind changes in web design practices, software, and design elements.

Why WordPress is the Best Option For Your Web Design
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Several years ago, online business owners were only able to design their websites using basic HTML which involved time-consuming effort to build and maintain each page.Fortunately, advances in technology brought forth the first Content Management System (a.k.a. CMS), around 1992, and it was during this time that content publishers were able to create and modify digital data dynamically, instead of statically.
Drupal Vs. WordPress
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