I recently read an article by Danny Richman from seotraininglondon.org and it got me thinking about WordPress’ current performance capabilities and the community’s ability and willingness to implement the best possible solutions for both performance and SEO.
Struggling to make the decision between WordPress vs. Joomla vs. Drupal? Choosing a content management system (CMS) is one of the biggest decisions facing your fledgling website. It’s the foundation that will power your site for years to come – so you absolutely need to put in the research time before you make a decision.
CMS2CMS is an automated, web-based CMS migration service that moves your website or forum to a new content management platform, without the headaches of manually doing it yourself.
There are countless reasons that WordPress is currently the most popular content management system. Using WordPress, you can easily, and within minutes, set up a sharp-looking and fully hosted website from its collection of templates: a happier option compared to creating your own site from the ground using coding and self-hosting.
If you look through the history of website management tradition, you’ll definitely find something consonant with classics and modernity. More than a decade, the vast majority of content management systems have been breaking the new ground of transparent and multifunctional website creation. It was like a transition from static HTML website to the contemporary CMS software.