5 min. read
5 min. read
Wordpress is ok, but in fact, it is not always the best solution and for every website.
Even though Wordpress is the most used website building platform, it is actually created for blogging and not all of the websites have reached their top success level with it.
Here are four reasons why Wordpress (read: open-source platforms) might not be for you, and what is the alternative to it?
Nothing is free today. And most of the times, the “free” services, end up very costly.
For example, you have everything planned for your new business, the last thing is creating a blog for the marketing purposes of your business. You are aware of costs for the content creation, but not for the:
At least not free support.
Like every other software, it has its own bugs that sometimes even small changes, like updating WP, or updating the theme or plugin can cause so-called “White Screen of Death”.
When this happens, it is very likely you will need a hand to fix this issue. But since WP is free open-source software, there is no real customer support that will help you get your website back.
You will have to go through forums and user groups or pay someone with advanced knowledge to get your website back.
This real issue has left many WP website owners without their website.
The design of your website is one of the most important aspects of building your online brand and presence.
Today there are many tools and builders that help you create some parts of a design if you are not a designer it is almost impossible to give your website the touch your visitors will turn into customers.
So, no matter what, you will still have to learn web design or pay a designer to do the job for you.
You can still have a stunning website, even without using Wordpress - with less time and money spent on creating and maintaining one.
Exai offers a fully managed CMS website builder, that provides one-on-one customer support and helps you focus more on growing your business, rather than worrying about the website.
We make your days easier by taking care of all the tedious work: updates, upgrades, plugins, issues, design, coding, and maintenance, etc...
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