Webflow Vs. Wordpress

Written by Ash Blankenship

July 27, 2021

When Kisi rebuilt their website on Webflow, they saw a 300 percent increase in search engine traffic. And when Upwork moved their website to Webflow, they were able to improve efficiency and streamline their whole marketing team.  

Similarly, in an effort to give their marketing team more control over their site's content, Freshly moved their blog from Wordpress to Webflow. As a result, the Freshly team now has a more efficient, faster workflow.

The success stories by companies that have moved their websites from Wordpress to Webflow seem to grow by the day.

"Now that we’re building in Webflow, we’re much faster to a live prototype that we can review across browsers and devices. That means it’s a lot cheaper for us to make changes on the fly."
Christopher Patota, Product Manager at Freshly

There are good reasons why Webflow has become the most efficient and powerful platform for building and designing websites.

I've been a huge fan since I began building on Webflow, and my clients are loving the outcome because they're more easily able to make edits, add blog posts, and more, within minutes.

That said, here are a few key points that show why Webflow is a game changer.

  • Reliable, easy to use content management system (CMS). Webflow offers an easy to use CMS that allows content collaborators to add new dynamic content to the site using a method that's as simple as filling in a form.
  • A built-in site editor. Content collaborators have access to an easy to use Site Editor, allowing them to make edits to their website's content directly from the live web page.
  • There's nothing to install. Unlike Wordpress, with Webflow, there's nothing to install and updates to the platform are handled directly by Webflow.
  • Hosting is included, and it's awesome! Webflow hosting is included with all website plans and is hosted on over 100 servers worldwide. This means sites load fast no matter where your visitors are.
  • Amazing integrations. With Webflow, you can connect to over 750 third-part integrations through Zapier.

I could go on with nearly endless features and benefits of Webflow, but if you'd like to view more, here's a full list of features.

In addition to the powerful features built into Webflow, here's a condensed list of popular businesses that use Webflow.

  • Dell
  • Upwork
  • Lattice
  • Petal
  • Ideo
  • zendesk
  • Hellosign
  • Kisi
  • and many more.

Still want to know more? I'll leave you with this overview video you can watch while you contemplate the awesomeness that is Webflow.