I have tested several CMS and website builders over the years and now work entirely on Weebly. Why? While Wordpress, Wix, Squarespace, etc. work for others, I found them incompatible with my clients' goals. After 5 years of using it nearly daily, I am now known as a Weebly expert.
WEEBLY or WORDPRESS
Note that if you are thinking of starting a Wordpress site, you may want to consider Weebly instead. Wordpress.org websites are self-managed and need quite a lot of time and skill to keep up. You will need to know how to constantly secure, back up, update plugins and and deal with technical issues of your site. Often Wordpress sites incorporate many coded plugins for necessary functions that you need to pay for, but that are easy for hackers to seize control of and hack your website. Lately, countless Wordpress websites have been the targets of hacking. This has not been a problem with Weebly, since users have shifted security, plugin updating, and other risks to Weebly's experts, and they will be updated automatically.
The managed, ready-template based Wordpress.com sites are far too limiting, inflexible, have cookie cutter designs and do not allow us to do custom work & coding.
We are experienced in producing highly effective press releases with multimedia content and microsites, which are essential elements for successful news releases today. See the chart below about the huge benefits of a rich presentation.
Here are excerpts from a study by the PR Newswire company. We highly recommend that you download the entire report.
According to a recent survey, 68% of journalists count press releases among their top sources for stories. These days press releases are also an effective way to reach a much broader audience that includes influencers, consumers, investors, analysts, and prospects.
Since today’s press releases have to reach a higher bar to get people’s attention, they often can’t afford to be the static documents that they once were. Instead, they not only have to be as interesting and engaging as possible, but also easy for time-constrained journalists to use."