It’s been over a year since I last posted. In this year we’ve welcomed a lot of new clients, and some clients have moved on for one reason or another. We’ve been keeping very busy though, to the point that we are looking into ways to manage our workload better.
WordPress has continued to be a source of work for us. It has eclipsed our work with our own content management system for several reasons.
- It’s faster: WordPress requires less custom coding, and the custom coding required is easy and fast to develop.
- It has a large community of developers: This allows us to troubleshoot problems easier, since any bug we run into has no doubt been dealt with by someone else.
- Our third reason is closely related to the second reason: it is easy for our clients to transition from us to another WordPress developer if needed. We can also form a symbiotic relationship with another WordPress developer to serve our clients better.
For the above reasons, we are slowly phasing out work custom content management system work in favor of WordPress.