We all have come across at least one website built in WordPress at some stage of our daily web browsing routine. Perhaps, WordPress is simply the most feverishly used blogging tool in its own respect. The open source nature of WordPress makes is absolutely free of cost to use and is available to one and all, whether for an individual use or corporative use. Such simple, convenient and easy-to-use is the interface of WordPress that even a person with middling technical capabilities can create, modify and post content through this extremely useful facility.
The reliability facet of WordPress when coupled with its power-packed and option-rich features, spells a beyond-par blogging tool that can be used to run complete websites, online publications, interactive web media, high-end graphical data and any latest web plugins that emerge onto the world scene. Thus, all these extremely usable options make WordPress an unrivalled pioneer in the world of content management system and a prime choice for most of the people in setting up their websites.
Such flexible and convenient is the use of WordPress blogging tool that a website built through it can easily be integrated into any supportive online platform to enhance its overall worth and presence. For instance, the integration of WordPress into the world-famous blog editing tool Windows Live Writer is quite apparent to everyone related to the world of blogging. By simply selecting the ‘WordPress integration’ option on Live Writer menu, you can take all the content of your website onto this immensely efficient blogging tool and that too in its full essence and without any glitches. Similarly, WordPress has easily been integrated into several other website building tools, content management tools and social media sites; a few of them are listed below:
- Social Networking Sites (Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr etc.)
- Other Content Management Software (Joomla, Drupal etc.)
- Microsoft FrontPage
- Macromedia Dreamweaver
- And many more…
What The Future Holds
Despite showing massive improvements in coming up with brand new web-building ideas, themes, techniques and plugins, WordPress still has a great potential to capture an even bigger market share of online businesses as well and privately run websites. The idea of turning a simple, dull and dead looking blog into a top-notch, interactive and user-friendly website is what serves as the USP of WordPress at the moment and something that would really help it progress on the rungs of internet galaxy.
It is almost needless to mention that with the rapid growth of online web-building tools and a consistent emphasis placed on incorporating these latest trends into their setup, WordPress has no intentions to look back. With the latest news of CogniDox (a leading software company) amalgamating two of the latest web-building tools WordPress and Joomla, the signs of future progress are looking very promising. In fact, in the coming days, chances are that as more and more people resort to using WordPress as their premiere online web-building and CMS tool, many well-reputed online networking and database companies would be interested in joining hands with them to take the world of websites to brand new heights.