Chapter 3: WordPress Optimization
by Tonino Jankov
According to Builtwith.com, WordPress holds close to 50% of the CMS share of the world's top 1,000,000 websites. As for the ecommerce sphere, we're at 33% with WooCommerce. And if we cast a wider net, percentages go higher. Although we may complain that WordPress can get bloated, resource-heavy, and its data model leaves a lot to be desired, there is no denying that WordPress is everywhere.
WordPress can thank its simplicity and a low barrier to entry for this pervasiveness. It's easy to set up, and requires next to no technical knowledge. Hosting for WordPress can be found for as little as ...
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