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Show 93: All About WordPress

Monday 09 June 2014 / in podcast / by Site Strategics / 0 comment

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Show 93: All About WordPress


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Since 2003, WordPress has become the go-to content management system for web developers.

In fact, WordPress has been downloaded well over 60 million times since its existence and 409 million people view over 14 billion pages from WordPress websites each and every month.

So what makes everyone from CNN to TechCrunch to the NFL to Site Strategics use WordPress each and every month? Find out this week on the edge!

ALSO : What are some of our favorite WordPress plugins!

Show Links:

Why WordPress is the Best Choice for a Website in 2014

The Ten Most Popular WordPress Plugins



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