Why WordPress is Hotter than Jennifer Lawrence

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There isn’t much in this world hotter than Jennifer Lawrence. I mean… come on. She’s amazing! But when compared to WordPress, the world’s most popular CMS, she doesn’t stand a chance. Here’s why…

Disclaimer: This post is intended as humor and in no way meant to degrade Jennifer Lawrence as a person or actor. She’s a brilliant performer and passionate activist.

WordPress Plays More Roles

Not to minimize the number of amazing roles that Jennifer Lawrence has played, but WordPress’ open source nature ensures that it can basically do anything. From running single page sites to major blogs and online stores, WordPress is everywhere.

WordPress Won’t Shoot You with an Arrow

Jennifer Lawrence probably wouldn’t shoot you with an arrow either, but she could if she wanted to. You’ll never have to worry about being shot with an arrow by your WordPress website. It doesn’t even have hands.

Everyone can have WordPress, but not everyone can have Jennifer Lawrence

While we can view her in movies and films, Jennifer Lawrence is pretty inaccessible to the average person. WordPress, however, can be used by all of us. It’s widely available and any hosting company worth their salt has WordPress support.

But Seriously

Ok so comparing WordPress, a web CMS, to Jennifer Lawrence, an A-Class actor, doesn’t make a ton of sense. Why? Because both of them are great at what they do.

If you have a movie to shoot, you probably want Jennifer Lawrence in it. If you have a website to build, it’s probably a good idea to use WordPress.

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3 thoughts on “Why WordPress is Hotter than Jennifer Lawrence”

    1. Blogging isn’t dead but there’s definitely more competition out there than there used to be. More importantly, WordPress has come a long way from being just a blogging platform, it’s a full content management system. The large majority of WordPress sites out there don’t even have blogs. I’m running 25 different WordPress sites and only 2 of them are full-fledged blogs.

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