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Do you use Wordpress for your website/s?

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Websites nowadays are being powered by Wordpress, around 25%, if I am not mistaken. So are any of your websites using it, or are you using a different CMS for it? Or still the good old static html site?
asked Oct 11, 2016 in Other Questions by projectnfinity IBO Guru (3,090 points)
Yes WordPress and the best theme wordsite builder ever.

You cant beat it
Using wordpress with your website makes life easier as you have loads of plugins you can use to optimize your webpage features and overall presentation.

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Yes- I don't know of another CMS that the average person can master relatively easily and certainly nothing as powerful as WP. There are THOUSANDS of WP themes available. After WP, you are in the territory of hiring a coder. The free site makers like Wix, Weebly, etc and other drag-n-drop services are simpler to set up, but offer nowhere near the functionality of a WP site.
answered Oct 11, 2016 by CryptoCat IBO Master (8,130 points)
edited Oct 20, 2016 by CryptoCat
Wordpress is a starting point, but Clickfunnels has been a much better and more professional option to host all of my pages, connect my autoresponder, integrate my payment processors, and even create my own affiliate plan while not having to know any coding or hire anyone to do any of it for me. Let me know if you would like to try it out at an 80% discount...
I'd hardly rate Wordpress as a starting point, neither would I compare at the same level as any mlm out there that I am aware of. They are worlds apart.

Question: What do the top online marketers use?

There is a multitude of top-class tutorials freely available to enable literally anyone to master Wordpress to the level that they choose- even if it is only to the level of sufficiently understanding the platform so that you can give clear instructions to a freelancer who could set it all up exactly how you want and "show you the ropes" to be able to take care of day-to-day updates and maintenance of your funnel.

However, mlm is mlm and if it floats your boat- then certainly you get a comprehensive "all-in-one" with websites like clickfunnels. The reality is that most people do not have the perseverance, patience or discipline to build an equivalent funnel with all the components on their own and this is where it has application.

For the same money, you could get more mileage though. As with any mlm, at least 50% goes to sales commissions, every month.
But like I said- if mlm floats your boat and you are prepared to pay a premium for an all-in-one then it could be the answer for you.

EDIT: Instasuite is also well worth taking a look at in this regard. One-time outright purchase and top features for anyone with a small/limited knowledge of WP. Good one imho.
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I'm using Wordpress on about 39 websites, HTML alone on 1, and PHP Scripts (CMS) on 2 of them.

Wordpress is very reliable and easy to add new features in the form of a plugin.

Please advise if you need further assistance.

Best regards

Hector J.
answered Oct 11, 2016 by espeas2001 IBO Specialist (15,360 points)
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I've been using WordPress for the past 5 years. It's the only CMS that I've ever used. I'm hooked on it because it's so easy to build a site and make it look exaclty how I want it to look thanks to all of the themes and plugins that you can use with it.
answered Oct 11, 2016 by Fred Williams (770 points)
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I started using WP 10 years ago I believe. I like it because I can put a site up test different themes and plug-ins

that help me get traffic. I also have a weebly site that get traffic.
answered Oct 11, 2016 by RikRodriguez IBO Guru (4,180 points)
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WP on blogs and the new Wealthy Affiliate sites I am building, and PhP for my traffic exchange as it is a purchased script. WP has good functionality, and a wealth of plugins that are very useful. It's also easy to use, a real plus when you have time constraints.
answered Oct 15, 2016 by fortunesfavorite IBO Guru (1,480 points)
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I use it and it is a must for me because I place my captures pages into it and it layers easily with my auto responder.
answered Oct 15, 2016 by PartnerWithSilas IBO Master (5,950 points)
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Yes I use one paid WordPress site, and 3 Free based ones, of course the free ones are limited

As I can't add plugin's as I can with the paid site, but it's still possible to paste HTML code which can help
answered Oct 16, 2016 by gray48 IBO Guru (4,940 points)
What is the price you paid for the wordpress site?
$49.95 ONE time fee, but I bought it through Worldprofit and it's hosted there as is my website Watch Listen Profit
As long as I continue there as a dealer member
I can set you up with hosting at around $3.50 a month paid by the year with Wordpress installed during setup if you select it, just let me know in a PM if this is something you are interested in.
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Yes, I use WordPress for my website.  I have tried Wix and Weebly, but I much prefer WordPress.
answered Oct 16, 2016 by linx2dmc (590 points)
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I have been building websites since 2004 and there have been many changes and the industry will change even more.

I find that I have used Wordpress as the foundation for most the websites that I have built for myself and for businesses. 

That is quickly changing to what I call a hybrid. I have been creating html websites and then I use Wordpress for blogging on that website. It is the best of both worlds. The website is faster using html, but one still can blog with ease. 

There are now a lot of drag and drop website builders that make it easier for a person with no tech experience, to build a great website. You can do some searching for them. 

Richard Mathiason

answered Oct 17, 2016 by richardmathiason (340 points)
I like your "hybrid" approach. A quicker-loading site has many advantages. Thanks for sharing.
Hybrid sounds nice on fairly simple sites but WP is now on HTML5 and has a lot faster loading times since the conversion you just have to find themes that also utilize HTML5 to maintain that performance. I love the fact I can add caching and image compression a full SEO suite and more within seconds and have a fast, well indexed site in short order.
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YES, I use WordPress!!!!

WordPress is a pretty awesome platform. Thanks to both its core functionality and its powerful suite of plugins, it’s possible to create a fully-functional, polished site without having enter a single line of code. Of course, that doesn’t mean it’s always the ideal choice for web development.

Even if WordPress is the most popular content management system from the Internet and has lots of advantages, it also has some disadvantages that can make you think twice if you want to use it for your website or not.

Each CMS has some improvements, updates and upgrades released in time that solves older bugs and comes with multiple new and various features, but some bugs remain unsolved for a really long period or are never fixed.

There are several WordPress bugs and disadvantages that you need to consider when you want to make a website with this platform: translation, security, bad programming, support, bad default configuration, source code, customization, updates and resources.

answered Oct 19, 2016 by ebest IBO Specialist (81,420 points)

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