WordPress allows bloggers and webmasters to quickly optimize your content with little knowledge about the HTML or code on the page. So it’s a perfect platform for even a beginner.
It allows you to do everything from maintaining a single blog with a single user to an running an entire blogs community with multiple users.
It should also be noted that Wordpres is can also be used to create professional sites with or without blog look and feel. So it is completely customizable.
What WordPress will provide, is a way to create more content, optimize and organize it as you publish it. It’s a multitasking workhorse that will surely increase your productivity.
But don’t get too excited. WordPress by no means automates the task of SEO. Improving your rankings, traffic and popularity takes a lot of dedication and patience. In fact now that the internet is bigger, the competition too is much greater that it used to be.
Over the years SEO has evolved from just “ranking” to site marketing and overall site usability. Traffic is one thing, but site conversion and sales are another. The job of an SEO is to coordinate all these aspects. With the complexities and the ever changing technologies of the Web, WordPress is certainly a SEO’s best friend.