Why does Onecorn use WordPress to build websites?

WordPress is the world’s most popular content management system (CMS)—almost 43% of all websites on the internet. To give you an idea, big websites such as TechCrunchSony MusicThe New York TimesThe Walt Disney Company, and Katy Perry are using WordPress.

It would help if you didn’t confuse wordpress.org with wordpress.com. In Onecorn, we use wordpress.org because it gives you full access to all WordPress features and freedom. 

With wordpress.org, you can create any website without coding, including marketplaces, eCommerce, landing pages, institutional, and much more. It’s open-source software, which means you can use it for free and customize it as much as you like.

Although, for every website, you need to register a domain name and web hosting. You may need to purchase a premium theme or integration based on your needs.

What Are The Pros and Cons of WordPress?


  • WordPress is free and gives you complete control of your website—you aren’t tied to any company.
  • It gives you access to many extensions, add-ons, and plugins to extend your website capabilities. 
  • You can make your website super fast and use all the neat SEO best practices to bring new users.
  • Super easy to customize with thousands of website designs and templates to choose from.
  • Due to its popularity, almost all popular third-party tools already have integrations available for WordPress. So your email marketing software, lead generation tool, SEO tools, CRM software, business phone services, and payment gateways will all work with WordPress.


  • You are in charge of your website, which means you are also responsible for security, making backups, and installing updates. 
  • WordPress does not come with a built-in drag and drop website builder. It takes some time for most beginners to get familiar with it and learn the basics.
  • Configuring the initial settings can be difficult if you are not techy.

In Onecorn, we take care of all the cons so you can enjoy your freedom without any struggles. 

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