Wordpress is handcrafted with a very neat and simple coding. So search engines bots do not have to struggle much in reading and indexing any WordPress website's content. The on-page SEO which includes adding meta tag keywords, descriptions, and titles for each and every page can be done via Yoast plugin.
Since WordPress has its own various inbuilt editors, one can perform all the backend operations right from your website’s Dashboard panel. No need to pay for or use any external code editing writers such as Dreamweaver or Notepad++. Easy drag and drop type features make even the client's life easy.
Wordpress entered this digital market as a blogging platform and did very well in this department. This platform became so popular that some top web hosts will allow you to install it with just a few clicks. If we compare WordPress with blogger we will see former has a lot more options than the latter. Setting up RSS / email subscriptions, commenting capabilities, adding the most recent blog posts to other pages of the site make this an outstanding blog lovers CMS.
Whether you need a custom event calendar, a social page feed, a custom sign up page, membership feature or any other functionality on any part of your website, it can all be done easily with the use of a plugin, which you can find in the WordPress Library which has a collection of millions of plugins.
The main administrator of a WordPress website have rights to set up multiple users for the website. Moreover, they can also be assigned different access levels and roles capabilities by the admin. This helps one to have a team working on one website with specific rules and regulations. This helps when one has a big E-commerce store and want to hide the sales.
Wordpress has been designed in an extremely easy to use and intuitive interface. Its called a client-friendly interface as small changes can be done at client's end. One doesn't have to keep bugging a developer/designer for minor changes like updating content, changing an image, etc.