For a good reason too. It is free, there is a huge level of support and it is relatively easy to build which is why it powers nearly a third of the internet.
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Most self-built designs can be identified at a glance too. Using free themes and a lack of knowledge, they look cheap, are unstructured and offer little quality and a poor user expreience for visitors. This together with no SEO knowledge, millions of websites sit invisible to Google in a black hole in cyberspace. Without professional help, this is where they will stay.
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