WordPress is a Content Management System (CMS) used by bloggers, business owners, and pretty much anyone in need of content management. In its younger days, WordPress was primarily/exclusively a tool for blogging. Today, in its glow-up stage, WordPress can foster the creation of online portfolios, arcades, community forums, and, true to its roots, blogs. And, of course, awesome websites! But did you know there are job and career advancement opportunities from using this skill well? This is why you should learn WordPress. It is uncommon knowledge that there are two branches to the WordPress tree. There is wordpress.com, a free site hosted by WordPress. Then, there is wordpress.org, which you can download and install and host yourself. Different levels of squeeze, different flavors of juice. Currently, WordPress is the most popular CMS on the block. And by block, we mean internet. It powers almost 27% of the internet and commands 60% of the CMS market share. WordPress 4.9 has been downloaded more than 49.1 million times. It may be more by now. Basically, it’s the popular kid on the internet block, so why not learn WordPress?