WordPress itself has an intuitive and easy to use interface that most employees will find easy to use. In comparison to other cumbersome website and eCommerce CMS interfaces, WordPress requires little training and is easy to roll out to team members who will be updating the website on a regular basis. The well known WordPress plugin called SEO by Yoast is renowned for making on page search engine optimisation (SEO) user friendly, which means your team of employees can confidently manage your business’ day-to-day SEO services and strategy in-house.
WordPress also provide a wealth of knowledge to help business owners understand how to manage and update their websites. WordPress avoids the overwhelm and confusion that has previously meant the job of updating a business’s blog or products have been left to the few people in the business who understand how. This intuitive and easy to use interface has meant that all businesses – from a local restaurant to multinational brands – have been able to roll out WordPress successfully to their teams. This flexibility is something that very few competing content management systems are able to offer.
WordPress has truly outgrown its roots as a blogging platform to become the leading content management system available to businesses and leading brands today. The explosive growth of its range of functionality, along with its widespread use is testament to its ability to cater to a wide variety of businesses.
The ability of WordPress and WooCommerce to be able to adapt and support a variety of complex requirements means that they will continue to pave the way for the future of web development.