Category: WordPress

  • State Of The Word 2023 in Madrid

    State Of The Word 2023 in Madrid

    Both the summary of 2023 and the sneak peek into what is planned for 2024 reinforce my belief that WordPress is on an exciting path and thriving. Clear goals on the horizon and the swift implementation of various improvements are solidifying WordPress’s role as a market leader in CMS… My full summary you can find…

  • The WordPress Community Needs to Raise Standards, Not Play the Victim

    The WordPress Community Needs to Raise Standards, Not Play the Victim

    There’s a recurring narrative within the WordPress community that suggests some mysterious entities—be it individuals or companies—are out to get WordPress. However, my observations tell a different story. The issue isn’t that people are against WordPress; it’s that they don’t give it the respect it deserves. Let’s delve into why this is the case. The…

  • WordPress and Webflow: A Car-Based Comparison

    WordPress and Webflow: A Car-Based Comparison

    Often, I come across comparisons between WordPress and Webflow that seem to be made without much context or consideration. It’s a bit like comparing a VW Passat Alltrack to a Mazda MX5 without acknowledging their different purposes. Yes, they’re both cars, but they’re designed for different scenarios. As someone who frequently uses car analogies to…

  • Unlocking Cost Efficiency and Flexibility: Why Your Department Should Consider WordPress

    Unlocking Cost Efficiency and Flexibility: Why Your Department Should Consider WordPress

    Looking to trim down your department’s budget? Whether you’re a marketing manager, an HR manager, or whether you’re in the financial sector or consumer electronics industry, have you thought about migrating the specific section of your website that you’re accountable for to WordPress? I can almost hear the collective gasp 😀 WordPress? Really? But consider…

  • Debunking the Myth: Why Startups Shouldn’t Shy Away from WordPress

    Debunking the Myth: Why Startups Shouldn’t Shy Away from WordPress

    I often hear that startups shy away from using WordPress as a CMS for their websites. The reasons? Founders don’t like it, have had bad experiences a decade ago, or simply find it not ‘fancy’ enough. Isn’t the primary goal of an early stage startup to find the shortest path to product-market fit? In many…