In 2008, I learned about WordPress when I was hired as a travel blogger and travel writing blogger with a travel company. In fact, using WordPress for your small business is the smartest decision you can make!
When I first started learning how to use WordPress, I was nervous. Why? Because I wasn’t a techie like the president of the travel company. And I have a confession to make: I didn’t know anything about blogging. Thank goodness I’m a fast learner.
For some reason, I thought I’d have to implement a bunch of HTML coding. Yikes! But, I soon discovered that WordPress.org was super easy to use. And the HTML coding that I had use, like target=”_blank”, was easy to learn.
After I got my feet with WordPress, I bought my domain name, Savvy-Writer, and created my own WordPress site.
There was a steep learning curve because I wasn’t familiar with taking care of a self-hosted website. But with help, once again, from the president of the travel company I blogged for, I learned the ins and outs of uploading files.
I get it if you’re scared about using for WordPress for your small business. I was. And on top of that, I read blog posts about people accidentally deleting their websites. But I pushed away from the fear and kept working at my website.
By the way… Don’t let website horror stories stop you from creating a website for your small business. If you need help, you can always hire a web designer.
If you’re ready to take your business to the next level, check out the infographic below to see why WordPress is the best content management system in the world.
Why Use WordPress for Your Small Business?
Over to you. Do you use WordPress.org for your business? Let me know what you like about it in the comments below.
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