A colleague who owns solar power systems company wants to beef up his online marketing with blogs. He wants write and post 2-3 blog posts per week. He asked me if there is a template that will make the writing easy for him.
The blog must integrate with his website -- not a stand-alone blog.
Operative words being easy (template will guide his thinking so blog articles more or less write themselves) and easy (template easy to post to, easy to integrate with main company website).
I was thinking Wordpress.
What do the experts here say?
What's his current site built in? If the whole site is Wordpress it's easy to add a "blog" category, but generally Wordpress sites are stand alone sites on their own?
I can't tell from looking at the site what it's built in.
Don't WordPress sites usually say that at the bottom?
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