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comment When Should we NOT Recommend a Client use WordPress?
My point is that WordPress isn't a poor mans solution. Yes it can be low cost, it can also be very expensive, it depends on what you want to do/have done. But it's not some second best "poor man's" solution, it is not somehow automatically inferior to another solution that costs more. My reply was in response to your statement "In short: don't recommend WordPress to those who can afford something else" which makes it sound as if WordPress is only of value and only suitable for the budget conscious. The value of WordPress isn't in its price, or at least not in that alone.
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