Since its launch in 2003, WordPress has become the go-to platform for bloggers and websites around the world, with over 18% of the top 10 million websites in existence using it. Over the past decade, WordPress has matured into one of the most elegant and robust open source content management platforms available and is perfect for business.

In the past, most content updates were handled by the web design company that built the website. Of course, in some cases it remains that way, but with the advent of the Content Management System (or CMS), taking control of your website content is something that you can do yourself.  It’s easy to add new pages and posts, adjust your website content or write and share articles that inform and entertain your customers. Keeping your customers up to date with your latest products and services has never been easier.  Out of date information such as news articles or price lists let a potential customer know that you are behind the curve, especially when your competitors have a website that is up to date.