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good idea as long as technical guy work on it. The moment content manager/creator comes in picture you may need to move to some CMS
I'd go even further than the landing page and make anything that is static by nature also static by technology. All the info, about, product brochure pages, FAQ and shit.
Plus that you don't need WP for forms either. The main thing where WP comes in handy is if you have a blog that is well maintained and enjoys new content frequently.
@OPM46 that's also possible without WP, using static site generators like say Hugo with markdown.
@OPM46 you have to teach them handling WP, too. CMS were sold en masse 10 years ago, claiming non-tech folks could update the content. Reality is, they still can't, but now the tech folks have also all the vulnerabilities, updates and breaking themes/plugins to take care of. And shit is slower than before.
well, it is all about preferences. I don't like anyone poking me every-time why his content is not align as he want too.
I prefer to give the tool and back-off.
Still in my whole carrier companies prefer word-press for any blog activity. They create this another subdomain and host their content on word-press.
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