The WordPress platform has been a huge success and powers millions of websites and blogs across the globe so what’s the fuss about? WordPress is now a version 3 and since its latest release it has more than 10 million downloads and counting no fuss about the fact that it is without a doubt the world’s most popular platform. WordPress is a full blown content management system built with ease of use with the minimum amount of fuss. There are good platform bloggers to name a few but WordPress far out weight the rest Built with bloggers in mind.
Why is WordPress such a blogging sensation? Well the answer is simple it does what it is supposed to do. I might sounds a bit over excited here, but there are two things about WordPress that you just can’t ignore its Power and its flexibility and to add to that its ever growing community of developers and that what’s makes us feel compelled to hop on board the band wagon if you have not already on board. Blogging with WordPress lets you get on with writing content and marketing your website the behind operation is taken of. After all you are a blogger not a programmer.
Digging into WordPress 3 users can now enjoy the previously unprecedented freedom and customization. Thanks to custom headers, custom backgrounds, menus and custom posts, whether you are a newbie WordPress user, a developer or seasoned blogger WordPress has made it so easy to create, build and publish a blog in no time with its five minutes installation. WordPress has become not only the best blogging platform but it is now in my views the best content management system adding to its ease of use and flexibility it is free. Free to use with a ship load of free themes and premium templates you are sure to find one that fits your needs.
There are widgets, plug-ins, themes and automatic update available at your finger tips. The fuss gets better version 3.0 brings with it multi-site, multi-blogs support. So what does that means to you the blogger? a single installation is capable of managing multiple blogs from one single admin panel. For those of you running WordPress may have notice that the default theme has disappeared and is now replace by the new and improve Twenty Ten which is very easy to customise.
In Summary what is the fuss about WordPress? It is a full blown content management system very simple, ease of use and very flexible. So get on the band wagon, I have only one regrets and that is I did not start using it sooner. WordPress what is the fuss? No fuss, speak your mind and spread the love.