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WordPress Valuable Features

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Public Health Worker at a wellness & fitness company with 501-1,000 employees

I like how people are able to learn to tag.

It offers categories where you are able to search and go back.

I like how it gives the opportunity to have a discipline of input and discipline of letting people see how you're progressing and making things visible. The people that I follow on WordPress show their thinking and test it out.

I like how it integrates graphics and words, and more generally, the way people can develop the choices of spaces for different websites.

It creates beautiful spaces and some people are just great, in terms of being creative.

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Moses Nandi - PeerSpot reviewer
Teaching Assistant - Visual Communication in Marketing (Web and Interactive Design) at a university with 501-1,000 employees

The most valuable WordPress feature is the content editing. Sometimes I have to build a website from scratch and finding the right content management system can be a hassle. But, with WordPress, the built-in editing capabilities make the process a bit easier. 

Also, the themes are useful. They change the look and feel of a website with just one click. 

I also like the available plugins. They can be so powerful.  

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Christopher Joles - PeerSpot reviewer
Disabled House Elf at Maine Music News

The ability to upload photos and share them with people all around the world has really made my dream of photographing rockstars a reality. Prior to having WordPress, I had no ability to share my work and no credibility within the music industry. WordPress has opened many doors for me.

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