Beginner-Friendly WordPress

WordPress may be ranked second to Google’s Blogspot, but WordPress’ capability to cater to new bloggers is a sure deal. I am not sure if WordPress was intentionally designed for new bloggers, seo white label dashboard but, as per my own experience, this blogging platform helped me a lot when I was just starting out.

WordPress allows new users to choose the template they want among hundreds of templates that don’t compromise the blogger’s individuality. These ready-to-use templates are customizable; elements such as backgrounds, headers, and color theme can be changed according to the user’s preference.

The blogging platform also offers a spam detection tool called Akismet. This useful plugin is pre-installed in all blog templates. Spam comments are automatically detected and flagged through the plugin, leaving you with fewer comment moderation duties. As a newbie blogger then, these spam detection tools saved me from spammers who wouldn’t leave my blog alone.

What is great with WordPress is that it lets you categorize your posts in a wider aspect. Tags are categorized into labels, allowing you to organize your posts. This makes your blog more visitor-friendly, as site visitors can easily access similar posts.

The Paste-from-Word option available in the text editor helps make your post’s font size and style uniform. This allows you to stick to a certain font style and size, and gives your blog posts a cleaner and more organized look.

Tracking your blog’s visitor traffic through WordPress’ daily, weekly, and monthly stats gives you the overview of your site stats. The ‘website referrals’ feature helps you view which links lead to your blog or to a particular blog post. ‘Search Engine Terms’ refer to words, keywords, and phrases that search engines use to match user queries with your blog.

Another great thing with WordPress is its simplified dashboard. A WordPress blog’s dashboard is designed so that beginners can use the blog’s features as if they are using popular social networking sites. Because of WordPress, even my 15-year old son just recently started his own blog!