So, you’re interested in setting up a WordPress site.
Who can blame you? WordPress is enormously popular, to the point of being the most popular content management system.
It’s popular because it’s very flexible/customizable, is generally user-friendly, and is free (WordPress.org is, anyway—WordPress.com is another story).
What’s the problem?
Well, although WordPress has been getting easier, it still involves setup. Depending on your host configurations, you may need to mess with WordPress settings.
Plus, you have to set it up/install it on your host in the first place. WordPress also gets updated all the time, and so do the plugins and themes—it can be a pain having to update all those things.