Top wishes for WordPress based on our experience with Webflow

WordPress is an excellent content management system that has been around for many years. It’s free, robust, and highly functional.

However, like any other CMS, it also comes with its share of shortcomings that can be frustrating for users. If you’re one of those people who find themselves wishing WordPress could do more to help your business grow, then worry not.

We’ve compiled a list of the top frustrations and how Webflow solved them.

Webflow is the Ultimate No-Code Website Builder

Webflow has a visual page builder that allows you to create beautiful pages without writing any code, making it easier for non-technical users.

You can also use our collection of design blocks and elements such as buttons or icons instead of having to insert images into text fields manually every time you need them.

Webflow gives the flexibility to build responsive sites from scratch with no coding required while WordPress is mainly used by developers who will end up building their own custom website anyway because the pre-made templates are too generic and don’t fit everyone’s needs (unless they outsource).

Anyone Can Design an Advanced Website Without Hiring a Developer with Webflow

Another problem that WordPress users face is the fact that they’re forced to hire a developer if they want a custom, advanced website.

The templates are not intuitive enough, and some of them require you to know HTML or CSS in order for it to work properly.

Webflow eliminates this need by offering advanced design tools right on your computer screen so you can build beautiful websites without writing code yourself.

You can even choose from hundreds of designs created by Webflow community members with just one click.

You Can Have Maximum Creative Freedom with Webflow

WordPress forces you to work within its confines, which means that there are some things you just can’t do because the platform doesn’t allow it.

Webflow gives designers complete creative freedom by not limiting them with pre-built templates or themes like WordPress does.

You get free access to our design blocks and elements library so you can build anything from scratch without worrying about whether your content is mobile-friendly or if your website will look good across different browsers and devices.

Basic SEO is Much Easier with Webflow

Webflow is one of the few website builders that offer SEO tools.

With WordPress, you have to install a separate plugin for each task because it doesn’t come with any built-in SEO options. This means more clutter on your site and less control over how search engines index your content.

On Webflow, all these are taken care of automatically so you don’t need extra plugins or worry about cluttering up your website with meta tags.

You can also reorder blocks easily without having them move around in the source code which will affect their positions in Google results pages (SERPs). There’s no coding required at all!

Ready to Make a Decision?

As you can see, there are so many benefits to using Webflow as compared to WordPress. If you’d like to start using Webflow for your agency, contact us today to learn more.

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