Updating and maintaining websites


Let me know and please contribute to this important post.

Now, Word Press is the content management system all websites and blogs are compared to.

Before we get into the meat of the actual reasons why we feel Word Press is so great, let’s clear up another myth while we’re at it: A blog is a website…a website is a blog. Blogs just have a few more cylinders under the hood, if I was to use a metaphor.

In fact, I wrote a blog post a few months ago that suggested your Word Press website is the very heart of ALL of your Internet marketing efforts.


Owners could easily learn the basic operations of adding and changing content on their websites. Here are 35 reasons why Word Press websites are better than traditional websites for authors, speakers and business owners today in a very trying economy. There are just so many reasons why Word Press is a great fit for practically every situation.

Did I miss any benefits of Word Press blog sites over traditional websites?

That was soooo limiting to the true power of Word Press back then and such negative verbiage has pretty much left the conversation when Word Press comes up, thank goodness. Still today, after all these years, we use Word Press for the entire Here Next Year website…including the blog part.

Yes, the website you’re on right now is using Word Press.

You’re in the blog section where this particular post has commanded a #1, #2, or #3 search position on Google since about 20-minutes after we published it 7 years ago for the phrase “Why Word Press.” So much for the theory that blog posts get pushed down after time.Go to any of the main pages of this site showcased in the top navigation and, yep, still Word Press.



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