Advantages vs. Disadvantages

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Apparently, WordPress has its unique, powerful functions servicing a incredibly large user community. However, it’s also an obvious fact that WordPress is losing their young and teenager users to Facebook and Twitter. If we are planning to promote library information and resource as well as building a new communication channel to them, we’d better figure out the pros and cons of utilizing WordPress.

More information about advantages and disadvantages about WordPress can be accessed below:

WordPress-pros and cons:

http://www.pragmatic-web.co.uk/wordpress-pros-cons/

Advantages and disadvantages of a WordPress website:

http://www.digitalpod.co.uk/blog/advantages-disadvantages-wordpress-website/

Disadvantages to using WordPress to build regular sites:

http://wordpress.org/support/topic/disadvantages-to-using-wordpress-to-build-regular-sites

Advantages and disadvantages of a WordPress website:

http://www.designedtoconnect.com/the-advantages-and-disadvantages-of-a-wordpress-website/

Advantages and drawbacks of using WordPress as your CMS:

http://cmsreport.com/articles/advantages-and-drawbacks-of-using-wordpress-as-your-cms-4065

10 Benefits of Using WordPress to Power Your Business Website:

http://aspireid.com/web-design/10-benefits-of-using-wordpress-to-power-your-business-website/

Which CMS to choose:

http://whichcmstochoose.com/wordpress.html

WordPress pros and cons:

http://mediarealm.com.au/articles/2013/04/wordpress-pros-and-cons/

 

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