Are you familiar with installing dozens of plugins to get the functionality the CMS itself should already have, just to end up with a front-end cluttered with different styles and a bumpy experience? If bending Wordpress to your will belongs to your scariest nightmares, you are happy to read that I have built many successful blogs, e-commerce sites and other website projects based on ProcessWire. Not only do I get the flexibility for all different types of content, I am capable to use the settings for my fields and pages on the front-end.
Content is the holiest entity, when it comes to building websites. For every word and sentence, I reason how that content will help to fix the readers problems and how it conveys the worldviews and values of that business.
I use Markdown for technical documentation for the open source projects I maintain. I used Atlassian Confluence to write large-scale documentation and Scroll Viewport to serve the documentation over beautiful front-ends like k15t.com or help.k15t.com.
Most believe, that SEO is a ritual to be better found by robots. SEO is only here to cater to us - the humans. Hence I prefer writing in a natural and personal style. While I use the jargon of the group I am writing for, I avoid cluttering everything with keywords. The required markup is one of the fundamental skills required to convey the content to both humans and robots. I prefer to implement standards such as opengraph and microformats.