Why Your Website Should be Built on WordPress

There are 28 million SMB’s in America Alone. 14 million of those businesses already have a website.  By 2020, as many as 4 million more businesses will need a website and 2-4 million will need their website redone.  If you are one of the 6 million small businesses that is looking to have a website created in the next 5 years, consider a WordPress website.

graph of number of small businesses with websites by year - webmadeclear

More and more businesses are realizing that they need a website.  With over half of SMB’s online now, it is easy to wonder whether this year is the year to establish your own online presence.  There are many reasons for your business to have a website, from providing basic information to selling items online.  In any case, having a WordPress Content Management System (CMS) has huge advantages.  WordPress is a software that allows anyone to update their own website with a simple interface.  Updating business information, company personnel, pictures and videos, and store items is now within the power of the not-so-computer-savvy.

According to a 2013 National Small Business Association survey, 19% of SMB’s decided not to get a website because they thought maintaining it would be too difficult, and 68% of SMB’s with websites think that keeping a website updated is the most difficult part of owning one.  So why aren’t all websites built with a CMS?  Good question!  WebMadeClear believes in empowering our clients, which is why we develop fully customized themes that are professionally designed and can be updated by anyone.

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