I can confirm that the companies that have a logo on our website are companies that use Webflow for several different reasons.
But here is a good list of points written by @waldo These may help you next time you talk to a client:
I've managed to talk the vast majority of my clients into using Webflow with the following points:
Why use Webflow?
- It's way easier to update content visually than within the post/page maker in most wordpress themes
- Speed to create things in Webflow has changed the game of site design/dev
- Webflow hosts on a Tier 1 CDN, Amazon Cloudfront and Fast.ly Webflow guarantees 99.99% up-time
- Security on Webflow CMS is great with an ISO 27018 compliance (aka privacy protection for all users, site visitors etc)
- Webflow community is incredibly helpful and awesome to work with/challenge with questions/troubleshooting
- Backups galore with Webflow
- Ability to 100% customize right off the bat, or work from a template
- It’s super easy to take a Webflow project that’s a year old… It makes your designer life easier, and gives you the abilitiy to say « Yes » to your client more often, or all the time.
- Because Webflow
Common reasons clients want Wordpress?
- Price sensitivity
- They think it's the best for their needs
- They've used it before and don't like change
- Somebody told them to use wordpress
- They don't know any better
Why Not Wordpress?
- Plugins will mess up your site eventually
- Templates like to break with all the WP updates
- Security threats on WP
- Confusion in the back-end for clients
- Installing a WP site requires knowledge, and time. And time for updates. And time for everything!
- Setup and maintenance for WP are so much more expensive and technical than Webflow.
- When you sell a WP site for not that expensive, you regret it a fex months later.
- It’s hard to work again on a previous WP site