According to W3Techs, WordPress is now powering about 39.1% of all websites that are online in January 2021. This figure is up from 35% of the sites in 2020.

As for the sites that just use a Content Management System (CMS) WordPress has 64.1%. This just goes to show that WordPress has grown from just being a blogging suite. The only CMS that comes close to it is Shopify with only 3.2% of the market-share.

With WordPress’ wide array of add-ons, site owners can turn their website into anything they want it to be. Although there is a bit of a learning curve and some coding skills involved in developing modern websites, WordPress provides a tried and tested secure way of interacting with visitors and customers online.

The most popular WordPress add-on for online stores, Woo Commerce powers up to 28% of all online stores. Although a first time site owner will have an easier time setting up a website with Wix or Squarespace, these lack the much needed features that provide seamless interacting with visitors and will have potential customers looking elsewhere because of the ‘cheap looking’ layout of their designs.

If you are someone who is experienced in web development and know your web programming, you would surely appreciate the customization capabilities offered by WordPress. This makes it ideal for businesses and putting together novel ideas that have never been attempted before.

If you are a numbers type of person you will also enjoy pouring through your website stats and SEO, not to mention how you can make mobile friendly sites that are secure and speedy.

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