Who is WordPress NOT for?

I hate to suggest that WordPress isn’t a good choice for someone, because I love WordPress. I love the community, love what it stands for—love it all. But, no: downloading WordPress, finding a host and installing your own site is not a good idea for everyone. Evermore takes so much of the complexity out of…

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Do you need a custom WordPress site?

It’s common for small businesses to have a website budget under $3,000 or so. They either don’t have a site yet, or have the equivalent of a ‘96 Ford Taurus: running, but not necessarily making any lasting impressions. These small businesses want a better site, but don’t need a BMW or Mercedes. Rather, they need…

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Recently, Khuram Malik, a marketing strategist, wrote a blistering takedown of WordPress. He basically called it a relic, an unwieldy clunker, vulnerable to competition once people realized it sucked. Chris Lema, an authority in the WordPress community and someone whose blog I read each week, responded, defending WordPress. Both posts resonated with me. As in…

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One of the actual bears I saw.

The other day, a friend learned that I worked in WordPress, the technology that powers Evermore. They said they loved WordPress except for that one time their site got hacked. She and her husband started a WordPress blog together shortly after they were married to share their lives with family and friends. Their site was…

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Kyle Bowman

For our first post, I’d like to share a little bit of the heart behind Evermore and the people we are trying to serve. First of all, we believe in WordPress and its ability to empower people. It’s an incredibly powerful platform that can do so much. There’s one small problem: it can do so…

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