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CreativeMedia says

Five Plugins for Using WordPress as a CMS

Considering WordPress’s popularity and huge user base as a blog platform, it makes perfect sense that people are pushing and testing its limits. I’ve been seeing creative and new uses for WordPress everywhere. Photo galleries, job posting boards, e-commerce sites. The list goes on and on. Once you learn what WordPress can do, the sky is the limit.

Read more at the ThemeForest Blog

Enjoy! :)

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stanstudio says

i use Wordpress for some of my websites, very useful plugins, some of them i’ve used and it works great. thanks for info.

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