WordPress Verses HTML Websites

In today’s podcast we will look at WordPress verses HTML websites, that is, sites created using Hypertext Markup Language. We will teach you how to choose a domain name and a hosting company to set up your website.

Here at Fruitfulujah, we have always encouraged you to set up your personal or business website using WordPress. We have good reasons for that… Believe me, you will save yourself a lot of work when you choose WordPress for your site or blog. The advantages are many.

In case you are wondering if you have to do it yourself or not, do not worry. We are pretty good at helping people build their websites using WordPress. You are most welcomed to send us an email requesting our support. We charge reasonably for our services.

Deborah Nengemo will be your host on today’s show. In case do not know her, she is the Senior Production Assistant at Fruitfulujah Project, and enjoys helping people understand the web. She loves what she does because she always do what she loves. 🙂

She will answer your questions, and show you reasons  you should choose a WordPress blog over an HTML template website.

HTML websites…

HTML has its place in web development, I cannot deny that. But if you are not proficient in the language, or want to overcome some technical huddles, learning to work with WordPress is your sure way out. That is your ticket to a professional looking site within minutes.

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Happy listening.

Lead at Fruitfulujah Project. I consult, teach and help people build fruitful Internet projects. Every post I write, site I build, and podcast I make has 1# simple rule: “make it simple for everyday users”. Also, a regular guest on Radio Benue FM95 ICT WORLD Show.

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