The business landscape has drastically changed with the onset of high Internet penetration rates across the world. Websites have become an integral part of doing business and statistics show that consumers start their search for products and service online then contact the business to make the purchase. There are over a billion websites in the world, and website developers need to stay abreast of the trends and tactics that attract and retain visitors. Here are few important things to consider when building a website for yourself or clients.
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Being the robust CMS that WordPress is, alike is its popularity among beginners and experts. Following the recent survey result by W3Tech, WordPress has been ranked as the ‘Fastest Growing CMS of 2016’. With all the money involved, the greatness that this awesome community carries and its generous attitude, WordPress is a must try for all educated people who like technology like we do.
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