Sep 15, 2020

3 Tips for Using Wordpress as a CMS

WordPress is now the world’s most popular CMS, powering 22% of the web. I've been using WordPress for the past 8 years for almost all of my sites.  Even Forbes backend is WordPress. In an interesting post, Jonathan Allen from L&T analyzed the popularity of different SEO plugins for WordPress in [...]

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