WordPress provides the best admin user experience with a user interface for the WP dashboard panel built using Bootstrap–a mobile responsive framework–allowing authors, editors and admins to manage a site using their phone, tablet or desktop without any additional setup requires. Furthermore, WP has a very well organized nav system and User Interface. A great feature is  the CMS’s auto-save and preview capabilities which can reduce the frustration associated with other CMS alternatives. The WP team has gone to great lengths to keep the admin friendly to both novice and pro users–balancing rich, powerful features with an intuitive design.

Of course, it does not hurt that WordPress is the most popular CMS on the planet. This is a pretty relevant fact,  because there is an incredible and growing amount of support for the CMS from developers around the globe. 

WordPress for large  Non Profits Organizations:

WordPress is used by Non for Profit Organizations around the globe, from small to large, from simple to very complex multi site networks with E-learning and E-commerce features.  Many large organizations rely on WordPress as a Content Management Systems, because it contains a number of enterprise scale features which are open source and therefore free to use . It’s enterprise-scale features include multi-site management, easy publishing workflows, improved security features,  API,  as well as a very well-written developer Codex, which allows experienced developers to expand the platform to any desired scale and functionality.

WordPress for small Non Profits:

WP can be a very powerful and affordable solution for small nonprofit organizations. It is an amazing development platform that allows web developers to rapidly build new features, plugins, custom themes and scale sites to fit the needs and goals of small and growing organizations. It can also be a great way to quickly launch a brand presence using themes and widgets.

WordPress is an adaptable and scalable platform:  Experienced developers can build their own functionalities, or expand existing apps and user interfaces for both backend and front end. Above all, WordPress is a platform, and as such it can be used for a wide-range of web categories, including fundraising / donations, e-Commerce, landing pages, online courses, news and magazine sites and informational sites.

Other features and benefits of WordPress for Non Profits:

  1. Automatic updates – schedule regular updates reducing costs 
  2. Multi-site capabilities – use one install of WP to manage and update multiple websites from a single locations
  3. User Permissions are easily customizable 
  4. SEO-friendly CMS ( Search engines love WP)
  5. Mobile-responsive layout CMS
  6. Powerful media library with easy to use search engine with sorting capabilities, which allows for style control, media management and easy access for for writers and editors
  7. Yoast SEO plugin provides great tools for better SEO performance and management