1. SEO – WordPress provides excellent search engine optimization (SEO). Make a few adjustments and you’re on your way. See what Matt Cutt’s from Google has to say about WordPress and more here>>
2. Content – updating content is as easy as using a word processor. No need to learn complicated website software or calling your webmaster every time you want to update or create a page. HTML knowledge is an option. Uploading images is a breeze. Embedding YouTube video is simple as copy-and-paste. After WordPress is set up you’ll be using the text editor the first hour.
3. Extensions – The WordPress Community is a user-driven project and over the years developers have created themes and plug-ins – imagine free design themes, or the ability to offer polls, contact forms and hundreds of other features without having to hire a web developer.
4. Support – When problems arise or you want to add custom features, visit the WordPress Support Forum to find support from other users and developers. There are thousands of WordPress developers out there and so many users that your problem is usually solved with one Google search.
Contributing to WordPress can come in many forms. You don’t have to be a developer since your feedback and reporting of bugs help in the strength and progress of the project.