Intuitive Open-Source Content Management System

When you develop a mobile website application with Choice you benefit from the work of the thousands of open-source developers who maintain and continually improve WordPress.

Quite simply, WordPress is the most straightforward and easy to use website application management system available. Currently it powers over 60 million websites very popular 74,652,825 sites out there are depending on good ol’ WordPress. That’s one site per person in Turkey. Around 50% of this figure (close to 37 million) is hosted on the free WordPress.com. In the realm of self-hosted sites, WordPress accounts for 18.9% of all websites. (as of Feb 7, 2014) worldwide. WordPress allows you to quickly and easily login to your website from a desktop or a mobile device. It’s very easy to update and and maintain content, ensuring you always have what you want on your site, when you want it.

WordPress is a web application framework. It provides user account management, access controls, and it is highly extensible. Most importantly, WordPress is not just software, it comes with a thriving international community of developers and support.

Toss The Tech

Don’t you hate how IT people and Geeks all of the sudden assume they know marketing because they know how to build a website? It’s quite ridiculous in fact. Would you trust your conventional marketing plan to the guy who installs your printer?

With WordPress you’ll never have to worry about time consuming (and nerve racking) coding, or technical jargon. The system takes care of the behind the scenes programming, allowing you to focus on strategy and creativity, rather than technicalities.

Your online marketing strategy should be driven by conventional marketing principles and creative communications, not by a geek. In the event that you do need tech support, you have so many options and we are here to support.

This is a term of endearment – geeks are valuable, cool, and in this day-and-age it is a respectable title.

Resources Galore: Plugins, APIs, Design Themes, and Applications

Every website developer worth their weight is well versed in the art of WordPress — and more and more regular folk are using it on a daily basis in the workplace. With progressively more ordinary use, developers continue to build free and paid WordPress plugins that serve almost any purpose a website could ever need. Because WordPress is so widely adopted, the plugin repository has over 1,449,541,193 plugin downloads (as of Oct 31, 2016).