Why use WordPress?

¡500+ sites are built each day using WordPress!

It’s completly customizable and user friendly.

Why use WordPress?

¡500+ sites are built each day using WordPress.!

It’s completly customizable and user friendly.

This is Why!

We build all our websites with WordPress. Why?, Well, we have plenty of reasons. For example, WordPress is the most popular open-source CMS on the web and have a strong comunity of thousand of users, developers and small bussines behind wich keep upgrading and updating new content every hour. This means that this platform is always evolving and will never stop growing.

We could also point out that WordPress works perfect with WooCommerse, wich powers 22% of the top 1 million e-commerce sites in the world and we could also talk about how great works with Goolgle Analythics and mention all of the top brands that use WordPress to power their websites like Time Magazine, Facebook, The New Yorker, Sony, Disney, Target, The New York Times and many more, but the main thing you need to know is that WorsPress is SEO Friendly!

SEO is an acronym that stands for Search Engine Optimization.

It’s a strategy used by website owners to get more traffic by ranking higher in search engines.

Search engines are often the biggest source of traffic for most of the websites.

It is really important for all business owners to make their website search engine friendly, so that they can maximize their traffic.

WordPress websites tend to rank higher than others in search engines, especially in Google. So think about it. When a potentiall client is searching for the product or service that you offer, you want to be on top of that search.

That’s the power of WordPress.

Faqs

1- What is WordPress?

WordPress is the most popular content management system (CMS) used to fuel websites around the globe. It makes creating a blog, landing page, online store, forum or other website possible for users.

2- Why is WordPress so popular?

As an open source software platform,WordPress gives users complete freedom and full control of your website and content. Also it’s easy to use and flexible enough to make different types of websites.

3- What is WordPress mainly used for?

In the beginning, WordPress was primarily used to create blogs. Fast-forward to now, the software has improved and you can make any sort of website you need. You can build hobby or lifestyle blogs, professional portfolios, business websites, e-commerce stores, mobile apps, membership sites and more.

4- Why is WordPress so successful?

While WordPress started as a blogging tool, it has evolved into a powerful website builder and a robust Content Management System (CMS). Another big reason for the success of WordPress is that there’s a plugin for just about everything.

5- Why do so many websites use WordPress?

It enables users to build websites for business or blogs, allowing people to quickly take their ideas, products, or services online. Among the many reasons for WordPress’ popularity is the versatility it offers to users as a powerful content management system.

6- Could I make small changes on a WordPress website?

Indeed you can! When you purchase any website from us you will get a -step by step- guide on the most easy and fast method to do all the modifications you need.

7- Do I need to know how to code to use WordPress?

Absolutely not! Most WordPress users are not developers or coding masters since there’s no need to learn complicated CSS or PHP when there are plenty of feature rich themes and plugins to make changing your website easier.

8- How many posts can WordPress handle?

WordPress itself has no limits in terms of the amount of traffic it can support. However, your choice of web hosting and on-site performance optimizations can make or break your site’s ability to withstand heavy traffic. For example WooCommerce can handle 1 million products & WordPress can handle millions of users.

9- What is web Hosting?

After we have created your website with a series of files, images and HTML code, you’ll need a place for all this information to stay in. Without an internet based home [web Hosting], your files would simply sit on your PC and no one would ever see them.

A hosting provider will provide a place on a web server to store all of your files and keep them safe and ready to be used in your domain.

We can help you to get the best web hosting provider according to your website needs and specifications.

10- What is a domain name?

Basically is your company’s address on the internet. Whenever someone types in your domain name, it is converted into an IP address. The hosting company then locates all the files connected to your IP address and returns all of the pictures, videos, and words that make up your website.

Very much like each street address is unique, so is every domain name. Whenever you start a new website site, you get the valuable chance to pick a name that impeccably reflects your brand.

Whenever you choose NOBOX’s Complete Branding package we do all the hard work for you. In other cases we will guide you to get the best domain name according to your needs and specifications.

11- Could NOBOX find out if your current website is made on WordPress?

Yes we can. There are many ways to review the code that allow you to see what language the website is written in. The most used is to inspect browser elements.

12- If I already have a website on a different CMS, can I swap to WordPress?

Yes we can.We can edit any type of website. We can clone any site to WordPress.

13- Is WordPress SEO friendly?

WordPress is SEO friendly but it will not do all the work for you. WordPress is setup to make it easy for you to manage and improve your SEO but just moving your website to WordPress likely won’t change your search engine rankings. That’s where NOBOX steps in and saves the day!.

We’re SEO experts and have plenty of experience in the field.

14- What is SEO?

SEO is short for Search Engine Optimization. This affects how you rank in search results on search engines such as Google, Bing and Yahoo. There are many factors that SEO takes into account including content quality, backlinks, structured data, sitemaps and more.