Wordpress. If you have even step foot in the realm of blogging, then you’re sure to have heard of it. This little machine composed of gears ran by PHP power more than 25 million of the worlds blogs. Not only is WordPress as itself robust, there are millions of themes and plugins to make your blog as unique as a fingerprint. It is shown through WordPress meetups and WordCamps that occur all around the world on an ongoing basis and community support is strong and growing day by day. At least for my blogs and websites, WordPress is always the way to go.
I was recently reading an article (I like to read on my kindle, there is a chrome extension that lets me send posts to my kindle for reading. The computer screen just doesn’t do it. This is another one of the reasons that I prefer chrome to firefox.) that mentioned using GoDaddy as a blogging system. What? GoDaddy? I had to read it over to make sure I wasn’t missing something. I guess I can’t blame them – GoDaddy can be very convincing to unsuspecting folk. In my opinion, the only thing worth using them for would be domain registration. Actually, I prefer GoDaddy for domains than anyone else. But other than that, I’d avoid it like the plague for web hosting and such.
I guess people out there are intimidated by such a powerful machine. Perhaps others use other CMS’s that they like more. Whatever the reason may be, the question here is, can you – or anyone, miss out on the great things WordPress has to offer by not using it?
Let us know what you think – I’d love to hear your opinion.