I've tried some content managers before but none I liked as much as WordPress, this service has many factors in its favor.
The things that I liked the most are:
- Manage the content that you upload to your web page in a dynamic, simple and easy way, so much so that anyone could do it.
-You can manage the users within your web page, such as administrators, publishers, publishers or only users.
-The infinity of plugins with which the platform counts, these allow you to improve the possibility of conversion of your page, identify all the web traffic you receive, design subscription templates, integrate shopping carts, among many more things!
- I love the integration you have with other platforms like sendinblue, aweber, google adsense, woocommerce, shopify, among many more, you can actually integrate with practically all the tools you need!
wordpress also presents a simple and easy to use, when I started on the platform I was really a little disoriented, but once I got familiar and learned more about the platform, it was really easy to design new pages
There are few things that have displeased me, one of them is that if you make some mistake within the configuration then you will have to fit it through the cpanel and it is really a bit complicated to do this, also sometimes I have some problems with some users who can not visualize the website
I recommend the use of wordpress for its ease of use and its simplicity, second for the incredible web designs it offers, third for the integration with other platforms and fourth for the infinity of plugins offered
We have solved the problems of web design of the page of our company, customer management, sales and content management