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Wordpress vs. Hubspot

5 Reasons Why You Should Ditch WordPress for Hubspot COS

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 5, 2017 | by John Pate, Chief Marketing Scientist

As of 2017, we made the decision to ditch WordPress for Hubspot CMS. We are no longer building new websites on WordPress. If you insist on WordPress, we’ll point you to some links to show you how to get a totally free WordPress website. But that new website will do nothing to help grow your business. (BTW: You get what you pay for.)

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5 Things You'll Love to Hate About WordPress as a Website Platform

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 6, 2017 | by John Pate, Chief Marketing Scientist

If you want a high-performance website, just go buy the Hubspot COS and forget WordPress as a website platform. 

You'll pay a little for a Hubspot website whereas WordPress is free. But as the saying goes, you get what you pay for (or don't pay for).

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WordPress vs Hubspot: How to Deploy Templates and Pages in 5 Minutes

[fa icon="calendar'] May 31, 2017 | by John Pate, Chief Marketing Scientist

One popular question we get all the time regarding WordPress vs Hubspot is, “which is easiest to use?” 

“Set up” is relative. If you only had 5 minutes to begin to launch a website, how would you rank the WordPress vs Hubspot platforms?

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WordPress vs Hubspot: A Curation of the Top 8 Reviews

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 25, 2017 | by John Pate, Chief Marketing Scientist

A Website platform is a mission-critical choice if you’re planning a website redesign because that one choice will drive everything you do from there on.

The WordPress CMS (Content Management System) and the Hubspot COS (Content Optimization System) platforms are among the more popular choices today.

While I have written at least one thorough article on the topic, it’s always fun to see what everyone else is saying. 

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Choosing Between WordPress and Hubspot COS: Platform and SEO Shootout

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 18, 2017 | by John Pate, Chief Marketing Scientist

With any website dated from about 2002-2005 on, both the visual portion and the backend portion relies on the so-called “theme.”

In my mega review covering choosing between WordPress and Hubspot, I mentioned most websites have not one, but two themes: The first theme displays what everyone coming to the Internet sees—the frontend—and the second, the part you can edit, is normally called, "the backend." All edits, pages changes, settings changes, and coding changes occur under the hood, on the backend.

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Why Loading Smaller Images for Mobile Devices Will Improve SEO

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 28, 2017 | by John Pate, Chief Marketing Scientist

How to improve SEO should be one of your deciding points in trying to choose between popular platforms like WordPress or Hubspot

One of the most overlook SEO metrics is page load speed.

You may be aware that slow loading pages can impact search engine rankings negatively, especially on mobile devices. Focusing on ways to improve SEO page load speed can help your ranking and help your visitors not become annoyed by your slow loading website as well. 

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Wordpress vs. Hubspot: Which Platform Is Best for SEO?

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 21, 2017 | by John Pate, Chief Marketing Scientist

You know the importance of SEO and why it's important to have the website platform that's best for SEO. If you don’t do  SEO correctly, your potential customers won’t find your website.

If visitors can't find your website, why do you even need a website?

SEO only works according to the sum of its parts. Basically, what I’m saying is that to get top ranking in Google, you need to do everything right, not just some things right.

The WordPress and Hubspot platforms differ on how you execute SEO.

With WordPress, SEO relies on the theme you choose and on an SEO plugin. With Hubspot, all SEO features are is built in.

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