WordPress is a content management system that lets you create a blog or website without any coding knowledge. A content management system is a platform like Blogger, Squarespace, or WordPress that gives you a framework to put your content in.
When it comes to CMS’s there are a lot of options out there, but WordPress is by far the best. I recommend WordPress to all my readers and clients because it has the most capabilities. It’s user friendly if you’re a beginner, but also has endless functionality that makes it customizable for more advanced users.
Despite how much I love WordPress, I do know that there is a learning curve, and it can be challenging for beginners to get the hang of. That’s why I have created WordPress 101, a series of posts dedicated to helping new users get to know WordPress. If you follow my series, you will get the hang of it in no time at all, and WordPress will undoubtedly be the best content management system you have ever used. My WordPress 101 series takes you from deciding which kind of WordPress to use, to setting it up, to mastering how to use it. I continue to add to this series over time as I find more information that is relevant, so if you have a question that isn’t answered in this series, let me know below and I’ll add it to my pipeline of WordPress content coming your way!
This post was originally publishing on February 7, 2016 and has been updated to better serve you!