Dreamweaver vs WordPress: Which One’s Best For You?
Last updated on June 16th, 2018. Posted in Business Tools & Services, Web Design For Business, WordPress.
If you're not sure if you should be using Dreamweaver or WordPress to build your business website, then you're definitely in the right spot! Here, you'll get an objective and very thorough comparison to help you decide which web design tool you should use -- Dreamweaver or WordPress. Admittedly, these two tools are difficult to put side by side because they're so different. But here, we'll compare their functionality, how they work, how easy they are to use, and costs. I'm looking forward to combing through all the details with you, so let's get going!
Here are some additional resources to help you along. Enjoy!
- During the video, I mention how relying on a software subscription to be able to work on and update my business websites violates my rule of control and autonomy. Your temperament might be different, but I strongly encourage you to take a look at post, My Number One Rule. It outlines the foundation for everything I teach here on Ten Ton, and how I run my sites and businesses.
- If you're still unsure if either Dreamweaver or WordPress are a good fit for you and your business website, you can check out some older tutorials I did on each. These'll give you an idea of what each is like to work with. Here's one I did on WordPress, and here's one for Dreamweaver.
- I have some other posts related to using Dreamweaver versus WordPress for business, if you're interested in digging further. There's 5 Reasons To Drop Dreamweaver And Use WordPress For Small Business, Methods For Building Your Business Website: Dreamweaver vs Website Builders vs WordPress, and finally Which One, Dreamweaver Or WordPress?
Hope you enjoyed this comparison of Dreamweaver and WordPress. See ya next time!
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