If your plan is to keep the site somewhat small and easily manageable, then your best bet would be to use WordPress as the foundation for your site.
Moving on, WordPress is a free tool for managing your content and building your site. Although it began as a way for people to build and manage their own blogs, many small companies have begun to see the value in using WordPress as a basis for their entire site—whether or not they have a blog as part of it.
There are three great things about using WordPress to build your site:
Consider using a WordPress site if you're planning to launch a blog or media site on which to sell advertising, if you want to sell a product to a somewhat limited audience, or to promote your services.
Getting a WordPress site up and running is fairly easy, even if you're not a tech person:
Search for the plug-ins and widgets you want to include on your site (your WordPress dashboard will make it easy to search through available plug-ins, and show you the most popular topics among other WordPress users), and install them onto your site.
Obviously, this will take a little bit of time, and you'll probably find a few more minor steps you'll need to cover along the way. But in general, building a WordPress site is fairly easy. It can be so easy, in fact, that it's worth noting that WordPress development can be a money maker for you as well. If you can master building WordPress sites, you could do quite well building these sites for small businesses, charging hundreds or even thousands of dollars per site, while only spending a few bucks for a pre-designed template and a day or so worth of work.