Choosing the right tools to build your website is one of the most important business decisions you will make.
Arguably, the best place to start is with something known as a content management system (CMS). A CMS helps you publish content to your website without writing any code. If you’re not a web development expert, a CMS is almost essential.
This website is meant to be your online e-learning resource for (open source) WordPress and other web related software and tools. The online digital world is growing every day and this resource should be of help to navigate through some of the most popular tools when creating and expanding your online presence so it should include not only website technologies but also (not limited to):
- Landing pages
- Email auto-responders
- Corporate training resource
- Non-profit resource help
- Expert advise and consulting
- One-on-one coaching
WordPress has been a proven and an extensible CMS widely used on the internet with a huge support base and user communities.
Let’s see some stats about WordPress CMS (images: bloggingexplorer.com & barn2.co.uk):
WooCommerce is an e-commerce extension (plugin) of WordPress making 22% of the top 1 million sites using e-commerce technologies:
Given the popularity of WordPress CMS and its e-commerce version – WooCommerce we can see why it makes sense to invest into learning and using it for your own needs as well as for business opportunities such as developing websites for clients or consulting.
To better understand why WordPress may be the right choice for you, please check the notable users page.