Migrate your website from Ghost to WordPress for a captivating user experience
WordPress started as a blogging platform. Despite the emergence of new publishing players like Ghost, it remains popular. In addition, WordPress has spread its roots into other areas, including e-commerce, intranets, extranets, event microsites, etc. There are a few reasons why Ghost to WordPress migration is a smart choice for your website needs.
WordPress is far more flexible.
As a leading WordPress agency, many companies have approached us to migrate their website from Ghost to WordPress. The reason behind this is straightforward—WordPress offers more flexibility and extensibility. The options are endless, most notably in its ever-expanding repository of the themes provided on its website and via third-party marketplaces. With greater feature extensibility—your chances of creating or finding a design you want for your website. While Ghost also comes with a library of themes, templates, and plug-ins, the range is nowhere close to WordPress. Moreover, customization on Ghost is easier said than done as the platform requires more professional support.
WordPress is more than a blogging platform.
WordPress’s appeal has skyrocketed thanks to its eCommerce model and strategy. WordPress enables one to build a robust sales funnel—from setting up plug-ins to uploading media to adding extensions. Through our WordPress migration services, we help businesses scale up and sell products and services online. Ghost also provides a membership-centric eCommerce feature. In other words, you can’t sell products but give access to your content via membership subscriptions. The concept is geared more towards fostering a community than selling physical products. While this isn’t a problem, the platform lacks WordPress’s community-cum-commerce ability. Creating a storefront on Ghost is possible through Shopify integration. While it’s an excellent way for bloggers to widen their monetary scope, it ties them to Shopify. While not a lousy eCommerce platform, Shopify, unlike WordPress, isn’t cost-effective.
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