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WordPress Plus Points

WordPress as a custom install or a hosted solution, provides easy access and setup for a personal blog or a profession website. Large organizations can even use services like WordPress.com or WPEngine's price plan solutions.

The plus points of WordPress Content Management System (CMS) are:

  • Easy Setup for personal blog, professional portfolio, or a business website.
  • Manage Users with role permissions of Administrators, Editors and Contributors.
  • Publishing options for drafts, review, approve, and scheduling.
  • Easily manage your media files, as well as manage them using slideshows or featured images.
  • Great selection of themes to purchase or use few of the free default themes.
  • Plugins to extend and add features
  • Auto Upgrade Feature
  • Search Engine Optimized right out of the box
  • Available in more than 70 languages
  • Licensed under the GPL.

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