COVID-19 changed many things about our world, but one of the biggest was the way we work. According to a recent study by Stanford University, 42 percent of workers now primarily work from home, and in many cases these work-from-home scenarios are producing better turnaround times and more productivity for companies. The primary motivating factor in these numbers is the type of communication software used by the employer.
According to Google’s John Mueller, WordPress is “not significantly better” for creating websites that rank highly in Google searches. If this is the case, why use WordPress for your website at all? Mueller offers the answer: WordPress saves a significant amount of time and effort involved in writing code or a CMS for a website, thereby allowing the user to spend more time creating rich, responsive content.