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There’s a lot of support within the WordPress space, with time and energy given voluntarily by contributors to the WordPress project. It’s the beauty of open-source software, and yet, I’d argue that those good intentions get misplaced after the contributions are done – when it comes to deciding how to spend our money.
Agencies have some of the best-looking websites, often looking much more polished than the designs they produce for their clients. But how well do they perform, bearing in mind that 37% of visitors bounce when websites take over five seconds to load?
When you’re publishing content, whether a blog or a fully fledged publication every second you can shave off the publication process helps.
With website builders like Wix and Squarespace becoming more sophisticated and adding features, founders have more options for building their websites.
WordPress was released in 2003, and it’s gone through numerous changes since then. Major releases come out every 4 to 5 months, and minor releases can be even more frequent.