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WordPress FAQs

Q. What type of pricing plans does WordPress offer?

WordPress has the following pricing plans:
Starting from: €4.00/month
Pricing model: Free, Subscription
Free Trial: Available

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Q. Who are the typical users of WordPress?

WordPress has the following typical customers:
Freelancers, Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business, Non Profit, Public Administrations, Small Business


Q. What languages does WordPress support?

WordPress supports the following languages:
Arabic, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian (Bokmal), Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian


Q. Does WordPress support mobile devices?

WordPress supports the following devices:
Android, iPad, iPhone


Q. Does WordPress offer an API?

No, WordPress does not have an API available.


Q. What other apps does WordPress integrate with?

WordPress integrates with the following applications:
Vtiger CRM, Wufoo, Remarkety, ConvertKit, Tapfiliate, HubSpot Marketing Hub, Clkim, SwiftERM, Constant Contact, Groove, CallRail, Omnistar Affiliate, Cloudflare, WooCommerce, PayPal, Google Analytics 360, edgar, simplebooklet, Microsoft OneNote, Piwik PRO, DailyStory, Mailrelay, Dropbox Business, Dzinga, MailMunch, Zoho CRM, Net-Results, Message Mate, SessionCam, Zoho SalesIQ, Campaign Monitor by Marigold, ActiveCampaign, Ptengine, ShareASale, Pixelshop, MailerLite, MailUp, InTouch CRM, AfterShip, Sellfy, Bullseye Store Locator, Sumo, Feedly, REVIEWS.io, Sarv Email Marketing, ReachEdge, CallPage, Tidio, Moosend, Instapage, 40Nuggets, Google Docs, Survicate, SALESmanago Marketing Automation, Pinpointe, Tealium Customer Data Hub, Gmail, SocialPilot, BrightInfo, StoreYa, Unbounce, Airtable, TriggMine, Netcore Email API, Conversational Cloud, Talkspirit, Marketing Optimizer, LiveCall, Teamleader, Benchmark Email, ClickFunnels, Queue, Woobox, Trello, Google Drive, Poptin, Square Point of Sale, Landingi, Userlike, Agile CRM, ActiveTrail, ReferralCandy, Buffer, Appointy, Acunetix, Microsoft Viva Engage, SendX, rapidmail, Brandfolder, User.com, DirectIQ Email Marketing, ActiveDEMAND, Yext, Stackla, Chatfuel, Pixlee TurnTo, Zoho Campaigns, iZooto, Drift, Sarbacane, Brevo, AllProWebTools, Toonimo, Broadly, Twitter/X, bookingkit, Gravity Forms, Jumplead, BenchmarkONE, HappyFox Chat, Woopra, Stripe, Arlo for Training Providers, Lodgix, Heymarket, Genoo, Jotform, YellowSchedule, Salesforce Marketing Cloud Account Engagement, Zoho Forms, Freshchat, Salesforce Sales Cloud, Acquire, Wigzo, SendPulse, SugarCRM, Callmaker, SendGrid, Wistia, Slack, Klaviyo, Google Contacts, Microsoft 365, Getsitecontrol, Typeform, zenloop, Canva, CakeMail, Drip, Scoop.it, GetResponse, LeadFox, Zoomph, Rebrandly , Provide Support, LiveChat, Ecwid, Feefo, GoTo Webinar, LinkedIn for Business, Ticket Tailor, Teamgate, Eventbrite, Meta for Business, miniOrange, Post Affiliate Pro, QuickBooks Online, Justuno, Carts Guru, Opinion Stage, Mailgun, Yotpo, Donorbox, Device Magic, Toky, SurveyMonkey, LiveHelpNow, Weclapp, Octopush, GreenRope, CM Commerce, Google Calendar, Mad Mimi, Bitrix24, OptinMonster, RescueTime, Interakt, Infer, JivoChat, vcita, Mailchimp, Voucherify, Braintree, Twilio, Wrike, Instagram, ExpressPigeon, Mailjet, Beeketing, Google Maps, CoSchedule Marketing Suite, emfluence Marketing Platform, AB Tasty, SocketLabs, Wishpond, Promo.com, Answerbase, AWeber, Thinkific, Evernote Teams, HelpCrunch, Intercom, Sendloop, Contentful, GoDaddy Website Builder, Shopify


Q. What level of support does WordPress offer?

WordPress offers the following support options:
Email/Help Desk, Chat, Knowledge Base

WordPress product overview

Price starts from

4

Per month

What is WordPress?

WordPress is a website and blog creation and publishing platform with tools for aesthetic designing, visitor tracking, content storage and upload, and more. With WordPress users can get a blog or website, or both, started in very little time, using only an email address. Users get their own WordPress.com address (like you.wordpress.com), 3 gigabytes of free file storage, and a selection of pre-made, free, and customizable designs for the blog, and many other features.

Key benefits of using WordPress

  • Integrated stats system: Gain insight into website visitors such as where they're from, when they visited, and what they viewed.

  • Built-in themes and templates: Choose from hundreds of customizable themes and adapt them to suit business needs.

  • Drag and drop editor: Add images and other content to pages, directly from the desktop or stored within WordPress, using the drag and drop editor.

  • Social sharing: Allow posts and content to be shared on social media, and add sharing buttons to the website in order to spread the word.

  • Custom domain: Benefit from a custom domain name either with or without the WordPress branding depending on subscription type.
  • Typical customers

    Freelancers
    Small businesses
    Mid size businesses
    Large enterprises

    Platforms supported

    Web
    Android
    iPhone/iPad

    Support options

    Email/Help Desk
    Chat
    Knowledge Base

    Training options

    Documentation

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    Rating breakdown
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    • Features
    • Customer support
    • Likelihood to recommend8.64/10
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    Pros
    Great solution to build landing pages / small & big websites with low budget - but if you got the money the results will be amazing.
    If you are a person who has many thoughts that you would like to publish or perhaps you like fashion and want to show that interest, then WorldPress is your best friend.
    WordPress is really an amazing content management system, that allows you to build stunning and amazing websites within few hours.
    Cons
    We've found ourselves stalled out badly with problems at times because a theme or plugin had terrible support.
    The biggest problem with WordPress is the lack of understanding that it is a blog software.
    As a result, I'm forced to disapprove and delete spam comments individually, and when you get hundreds of these kind of spam comments each week, you can imagine that it can be frustrating.

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    Nazmul H.

    GA

    Education Management, 501-1,000 employees

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    WordPress Review: Wordpress Platform is Easy for Beginners!

    Reviewed 2 months ago

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    Jon T.

    Cofounder

    E-Learning, 1-10 employees

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    WordPress Review: Industry Standard for A Reason!

    Reviewed a month ago

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    Jonathan T.: Hi, I'm Jonathan. I am the owner of a creative and web design studio, and my review of WordPress...

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    Justin S.

    Computer Software, 51-200 employees

    Used daily for 2+ years

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    • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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    There is a reason it is the most commonly used

    Reviewed 5 years ago

    I've been on teams that have built and managed sites doing tens of millions of visits a month on heavily customized instances of WordPress, all the way down to personal pet projects that get single digit visits a month. It's the only CMS I consistently recommend.

    Pros

    The ecosystem built around WordPress is second to none. Every front end developer is familiar with WordPress. There are multiple plugin options for just about anything you could ever want to do. Most importantly, it's open source and therefore free. Some people are deterred by open source, but WordPress powers a third of the Internet, it isn't going anywhere.

    Cons

    It can be a bit of a pain in the butt to do certain things. For example, if you want to use it as a CMS for a larger site and not just a blog, the out of the box configuration needs customization. Also, they recently switched to a fundamentally new way of doing things "Gutenberg" and it is not without its warts. Over time this will improve.

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    Ngala Emmanuel S.

    Graphic Design, 1-10 employees

    Used weekly for 2+ years

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    • Customer support
    • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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    It's free, easy-to-use and ideal for building great websites

    Reviewed 9 months ago

    WordPress helps me to design websites for my customers on Fiverr and in my location easily. It's a time-saver.

    Pros

    WordPress as per my experience offers the best website content management solutions for individuals and large businesses to set up professional websites even with no skills in PHP, CSS, or Javascript. It's easy to use and very flexible too. It's fully translated into more than 60 international languages among which English and French are my primary languages. With its multi-language support, I can...

    Cons

    There is not enough support for users (other than answers from the WP forum itself).

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    Rachael P.

    Marketing and Advertising, self-employed

    Used weekly for 2+ years

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    • Likelihood to recommend6/10

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    Increasing Costs and Website Sub-products

    Reviewed 4 years ago

    I have built many WordPress websites for clients, as well as helped other clients update or upgrade their sites and/or add new content and features.

    Pros

    Since it is rather ubiquitous, hosting platforms have created ways to work with WordPress sites more efficiently. Also, WordPress offers a vast array of options for layout, design, features and functionality due to its open source format.

    Cons

    WordPress made a significant leap in software offerings and hardware demands, beginning in 2018, but advancing in 2019 that have led to many websites breaking, being quite out-of-date and unstable, and/or incompatibility issues between hosting platforms, PHP versions, WordPress core, theme, and plugins. Altogether, the WordPress platform has become too complex and too costly for the small business...

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    Mike D.

    Marketing and Advertising, 1-10 employees

    Used weekly for 2+ years

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    • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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    Easily setup and manage your website

    Reviewed 2 months ago
    Pros

    It's a very robust platform with many years backing up its technology. For everyone seeking to create a nice looking website quite easily, it's definitely worth your time to learn how to use WordPress. There are tons of plugins that help you easily setup different parts of your website with just a few clicks.

    Cons

    Not as easy as some of its competitors, especially if you're looking into a very basic website without future content management etc.

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    Roldan A.

    Information Technology and Services, 1-10 employees

    Used daily for 2+ years

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    • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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    WordPress is getting better, but they might need to be the best!

    Reviewed 2 years ago

    Great! Overall, I would still gladly recommend WordPress to my peers and friends. Despite discrepancies, WordPress is still worth recommending.

    Pros

    - The very thing that we like about WordPress is the fact that is is FREE and Open-Source. You cannot have one great deal with that.- It is easy to use. Gone are the days where you build your website from ground up - no any other options. If money is an issue, you do it yourself - learn to code. If money is not much of a concern - you hire designer and developer at once. WordPress just dust it off...

    Cons

    - As always, WordPress native builder, though free, is still ugly. Riddled with User Experience Issues. It's confusing where and when the widgets appear when you need to add them.- Some of the affiliated theme/plugins are just so darn expensive. Use WooCommerce and a very simple functionality is at a hundred bucks at least. You'd be better off learning how to code PHP.- Lacks User Experience sentiments. WordPress needs to employ user experience to there website. It is still not user friendly even though it is a CMS-Based website builder.

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