lorax - 11:28 pm on Jul 11, 2012 (gmt 0)
Personally, I like WordPress because it's easy to get setup, skinned, and to teach the client what they need to know to get going. A solid tool for getting any business started online. But it's not the end game by any means in my way of thinking.
In fact, I often school my clients this is just a waystation along the road in their growth. When their cash flow and online activities support it, we'll advance them to the next level. What that level looks like depends upon several factors but I can tell you at each level there is an evaluation of both the tool to be used and the staff that will be involved with it.
WordPRess has many advantages as a tool for getting started but it also has it's limitations. How do you view WordPress in the larger context of the web and the advancement of your clients or your own websites?